Conference "Empirical approaches to the phonological structure of words"
October, 30th and 31st, 2014
Philipps-University of Marburg
Senatssaal 01, EG, Biegenstraße 12 , Room 707
Natalie Boll-Avetisyan (University of Potsdam): 'The use of
phonological structure for finding words in speech by infants and
Adamantios Gafos (University of Potsdam): 'Stochastic time analysis of syllable-referential intervals'
Mathias Scharinger (Max Planck Institute for Empirical Aesthetic): 'Phonological features and word-specific information: Insights from brain imaging'
Renata Szczepaniak (University of Hamburg): 'The growing relevance of the phonological word in the history of the German language'
Call for Papers
Understanding language requires investigating its fundamental categories. One of the basic grammatical categories in linguistics is the phonological word. Due to its multidimensionality, it relates to semantics, morphology, phonology and syntax. The phonological word is nevertheless a category that has only been an object of serious study since the prosodic turn in phonology and thus cannot be considered an established category of grammatical description. The aim of this conference is to bring together scholars interested in the complex relations of the phonological word, applying different empirical approaches and thereby to encourage communication and discussion about methodologies that can be used for the empirical study of the 'phonological word'.
Call deadline: 30th of June 2014
Please submit an abstract of one page in either German or English to the email address: email@example.com
No conference fee is required. We will organise a location for a conference dinner and participants will pay for their dinner.
A selection of papers will be published.