The Stanford Phonetics and Phonology Workshop (‘P-interest’) is a friendly forum for talks and paper discussions by members of the Stanford community and visiting researchers. We focus on issues related to descriptive, theoretical, experimental, and computational research in phonetics and phonology.
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Faculty advisor: Arto Anttila
Spring Quarter 2015 Schedule
April 3, 2015: Stephanie S. Shih (UC Merced) Constraint conjunction in weighted phonological grammars
April 10, 2015: Elizabeth Hume (Canterbury) The message shapes phonology: a unified account of strong and weak patterns
April 24, 2015: Junko Itô (UC Santa Cruz) & Armin Mester (UC Santa Cruz) Exploring Japanese Accent in OTWorkplace
May 1, 2015: Bodo Winter (UC Merced) Narrowing the gap between phonetic theory and the design and analysis of phonetic experiments
May 8, 2015: Laurel Lawyer (UC Davis) A neurolinguistic case for underspecification
May 15, 2015: Nick Kalivoda (UC Santa Cruz) Metrical optimization vs. syllable markedness: constraint interaction in Zapotec loan phonology
May 29, 2015: Simon Todd (Stanford) Pronouncing the Z's: Epenthesis in English plural possessives