NINJAL ICPP 2019 (6th NINJAL International Conference on Phonetics and Phonology)

December 13 (Friday) -15 (Sunday), 2019
Tachikawa Academic Plaza (located at the same address of the Institute of Statistical Mathematics) 2F Auditorium
10-3 Midori-cho, Tachikawa City, Tokyo
Cross-Linguistic Studies of Japanese Prosody and Grammar Prosody Group "Word Prosody and Sentence Prosody"
University of California Santa Cruz’s grant on SPOT (Syntax-Prosody in OT)
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Others : \1,000
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Day 1: FRIDAY, December 13, 2019

[Session 1] Investigating Syntax-Prosody in Optimality Theory (SPOT)

  • 10:05-10:20
    ITO Junko, Armin MESTER (University of California, Santa Cruz)
  • 10:20-10:50
    SPOT App Tutorial and Demonstration
    Jennifer BELLIK, Nick KALIVODA (University of California, Santa Cruz)
  • 11:00-11:50
    SPOT Case Studies
    1. Japanese and Basque Phonological Phrasing
      Jennifer BELLIK, Nick KALIVODA (University of California, Santa Cruz)
    2. Recursive Phrasing in Italian
      Nick VAN HANDEL (University of California, Santa Cruz)
    3. Pronoun Alignment in Chamorro
      Richard BIBBS (University of California, Santa Cruz)

[Session 2] Interface (1)

  • 13:10-14:10
    Issues in recursive prosody
    ITO Junko, Armin MESTER (University of California, Santa Cruz)
  • 14:10-15:10
    On the relation between syntactic and phonological clauses
    ISHIHARA Shinichiro (Lund University)

[Session 3]

  • 15:20-16:40
    Poster Session I

[Session 4] Interface (2)

  • 16:50-17:50
    [Keynote] Constituent matches from spellout, mismatches from Phonology
    Elisabeth SELKIRK (University of Massachusetts Amherst)
  • 18:00-20:00

Day 2: SATURDAY, December 14, 2019

[Session 5] Lexical Pitch Accent (1)

  • 10:00-11:00
    [Keynote] On the location of pitch accents
    Carlos GUSSENHOVEN (Radboud University / National Chiao Tung University)
  • 11:00-12:00
    Two-peakedness in Scandinavian – evidence from South Swedish
    Sara MYRBERG (Lund University)

[Session 6]

  • 13:10-14:30
    Poster Session II

[Session 7] Lexical Pitch Accent (2)

  • 14:40-15:40
    Lexical lack of accent and dephrasing in Northern Bizkaian Basque
    Gorka ELORDIETA (University of the Basque Country), Elisabeth SELKIRK (University of Massachusetts Amherst)
  • 15:40-16:25
    Accent shift in Basque
    José HUALDE (University of Illinois)
  • 16:45-17:45
    Tone and stress as agents of cross-dialectal variation: the case of Serbian
    Draga ZEC (Cornell University), Elizabeth ZSIGA (Georgetown University)

Day 3: SUNDAY, December 15, 2019

[Session 8] Lexical and Postlexical Prosody (1)

  • 10:00-11:00
    Dialect-specific prosodic phrasing in Japanese: With a focus on dialects without lexical tone contrasts
    IGARASHI Yosuke (Hitotsubashi University)
  • 11:00-12:00
    Interactions between lexical and postlexical tones: Evidence from Japanese

[Session 9] Lexical and Postlexical Prosody (2)

  • 13:10-14:10
    The interaction of tone and intonation in Uspanteko
    Ryan BENNETT (University of California, Santa Cruz)
  • 14:10-15:10
    [Keynote] Prosodic asymmetries in nominal vs. verbal phrases in Bantu
    Larry HYMAN (University of California, Berkeley)