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CUNY CONFERENCE ON THE SYLLABLE

Sponsored by the MA/PhD Program in Linguistics at the City University of New York and the CUNY Phonology Forum

January 17th-19th, 2008 at the CUNY Graduate Center, 365 Fifth Avenue, New York City

Invited Speakers and Presenters

This page contains a list of all the scholars who will be presenting their work at the 2008 CUNY Syllable Conference. The first column contains the name and institutional affiliation of each presenter; in some cases, clicking on these names will lead you to the presenter’s web site (we will continue updating this feature as we receive people's URLs). The second column has the names of the presentations, with links to the abstracts. Information about where in the program the presentation appears is in the third column.

Invited Speakers

Syllabic Structure and Licensing. Thursday, 4:30 – 5:15
     
Weight and Length Saturday, 11:45 – 12:30
     
The Syllable in Speech Production Planning Friday, 10:45 – 11:30
     
Metrical Evidence fo an Interlude Theory of Weight Thursday, 11:15 – 12:00
     
Bert Vaux, Cambridge University The Morass Of Moras: Formal And Empirical Considerations Bearing On The Phonological Representation Of Timing And Subsyllabic Constituency Friday, 4:30 – 5:15
Bert Vaux's paper is cancelled because he learned that his airline had gone out of business when he arrived at Heathrow!

PRESENTERS IN SESSIONS

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Ali, Azra N.; University of Huddersfield Anglophone Perceptions Of Arabic Syllable Structure Paper Session 4
     
Syllable Structure And Sonority: The Case Of Russian-Speaking Children With SLI Paper Session 7
     
On The Relationship Between Codas And Onset Clusters Paper Session 5
     
Sonority-Related Restrictions On Unattested Onset Clusters: Evidence From Nasals Paper Session 4
     
Bertinetto, Pier Marco; Scuola Normale Superiore Unsupervised Syllable Based Behaviors In Phonology Poster Session 3
     
Are Branching Syllabic Constituents Really Necessary? Poster Session 1
     
Cairns, Charles; CUNY The Modular Syllable Poster Session 3
     
Calderone, Basilio; Scuola Normale Superiore Unsupervised Syllable Based Behaviors In Phonology Poster Session 3
     
Carando, Agustina; CUNY The Korean Syllable And Moraic Theory Poster Session 2
     
Carreiras, Manuel; University of La Laguna Syllable Production In Cued Speech Poster Session 2
     
Celata, Chiara; Scuola Normale Superiore Unsupervised Syllable Based Behaviors In Phonology Poster Session 3
     
Cholin, Joana; University of La Laguna Do Syllables Exist? Psycholinguistic Evidence For The Retrieval Of Syllabic Units In Speech Production Paper Session 8
     
Cholin, Joana; University of La Laguna Syllable Production In Cued Speech Poster Session 2
     
Syllable Structure In Korean Revisited Poster Session 2
  Handout Here and full paper here.
     
Allophonic Cues To Syllabification Paper Session 2
     
Côté, Marie-Hélène; University of Ottawa Syllabification, Variation And Perception Paper Session 4
     
Côté, Marie-Hélène; University of Ottawa The Impact Of Experimental Task On Syllabification Judgments: A Case Study Of Russian Poster Session 1
     
A Large-Scale Experimental Study Of English Syllabification Poster Session 3
     
Davis, Stuart; Indiana University On The Relationship Between Codas And Onset Clusters Paper Session 5
     
Dell, François; EHESS-CNRS, Paris Singing In Tashlhiyt Berber, A Language That Allows Vowel-Less Syllables Paper Session 1
     
The CVX Theory Of Syllable Structure Paper Session 6
     
A Large-Scale Experimental Study Of English Syllabification Poster Session 3
     
A Large-Scale Experimental Study Of English Syllabification Poster Session 3
     
C-Center And Syllabification In Moroccan Arabic Poster Session 3
     
Michaël Gagnon; Concordia University Rationalism and Empiriicism in Syllabification Paper Session 3
     
Gnanadesikan, Amalia E.; West Chester University Syllables And Syllabaries: What Writing Systems Tell Us About Syllable Structure Paper Session 7
     
Haugen, Jason D.; Williams College The Syllable As Delimitation Of The Base For Reduplication Paper Session 7
     
     
Ingleby, Michael; University of Huddersfield Anglophone Perceptions Of Arabic Syllable Structure Paper Session 4
     
The Mora or the Segment? Investigating the basic unit of spoken language processing through SOT data in Japanese Paper Session 8
     
Implementing And Testing Theories Of Syllable Structure Poster Session 1
     
Katada, Fusa; Waseda University Word Reversing By A Person With Williams Syndrome: More Evidence For The Mora As Structural Unit Paper Session 8
     
Syllable Structure And Sonority: The Case Of Russian-Speaking Children With SLI Paper Session 7
     
Kharlamov, Viktor; University of Ottawa The Impact Of Experimental Task On Syllabification Judgments: A Case Study Of Russian Poster Session 1
     
To Onset Or Not To Onset, That Is The Question Poster Session 1
     
Kuriyama, Keiko; Randolf College The Mora or the Segment? Investigating the basic unit of spoken language processing through SOT data in Japanese Paper Session 8
     
Unsupervised Syllable Based Behaviors In Phonology Poster Session 3
     
Lennertz, Tracy; Florida Atlantic University Sonority-Related Restrictions On Unattested Onset Clusters: Evidence From Nasals Paper Session 4
     
Reassessing Constraints On Complex Rhymes In English: The Phonetic And Phonological Status Of The Coronal Obstruents Paper Session 9
     
Allophonic Cues To Syllabification Paper Session 2
     
Nasukawa, Kuniya; Tohoku Gakuin University The Syllabification Of Syllabic Nasals Poster Session 2
     
Ndayiragije, Juvenal; University of Toronto Are Branching Syllabic Constituents Really Necessary? Poster Session 1
     
Nikiema, Emmanuel; University of Toronto Are Branching Syllabic Constituents Really Necessary? Poster Session 1
     
Peebles, David; University of Huddersfield Anglophone Perceptions Of Arabic Syllable Structure Paper Session 4
     
With Regard To Syllable Contact And The Sonority Scale Paper Session 2
     
The Sonority Scale: Categorical Or Gradient? Poster Session 2
     
Deriving Syllable Phenomena From Parallel Representations Poster Session 3
     
Reiss, Charles; Concordia University Rationalism and Empiriicism in Syllabification Paper Session 3
     
Geminates And Syllable Structure Paper Session 1
     
A String Theory of Syllables Paper Session 5
     
The Reconciliation Of Body And Rhyme: Bare Syllable Structure Paper Session 9
     
Sen, Ranjan; University of Oxford Diachronic Phonotactic Development In Latin: The Work Of Syllable Structure Or Linear Sequence? Paper Session 2
     
Phonotactic Influences In The Perception Of A Consonant Cluster By English And Polish Listeners Paper Session 3
     
C-Center And Syllabification In Moroccan Arabic Poster Session 3
     
Shaw, Patricia; University of British Columbia Constraints On The Sequencing And Syllabification Of Obstruents Paper Session 1
     
Sonority-Related Restrictions On Unattested Onset Clusters: Evidence From Nasals Paper Session 4
     
Smolka, Eva; University of La Laguna Syllable Production In Cued Speech Poster Session 2
     
Takahashi, Toyomi; Surugadai University ‘Minimal’ Template Satisfaction - A Prosodic Analysis Of ‘Initial Gemination’ Poster Session 1
     
Tchobanov, Atanas; CNRS Modyco Unsupervised Syllable Based Behaviors In Phonology Poster Session 3
     
A Large-Scale Experimental Study Of English Syllabification Poster Session 3
     
Úlfsbjörninn, Shanti; University of Cambridge (N′′′ = Domain) Syllables As A Type Of Possible Constituent Paper Session 5
     
Vago, Robert; Queens College and The Graduate Center, CUNY Geminates And Syllable Structure Paper Session 1
     
Wagner, Monica Palmieri; The Graduate Center, City University of New York Phonotactic Influences In The Perception Of A Consonant Cluster By English And Polish Listeners Paper Session 3
     

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