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Phonetics & Phonology Workshop

A P-interest presentation

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.

Where and When

We meet on Fridays, 12–1 pm in the Greenberg Room of Margaret Jacks Hall (mapgetting to Stanford), and regularly at a local bar for P-int night.  All are welcome.

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2015–16 organizers:  Simon ToddSunwoo Jeong & Aleksander Główka

Faculty advisors:  Arto Anttila & Meghan Sumner

Autumn Quarter 2015 Schedule

September 25, 2015:  Organizational meeting

October 2, 2015:  Arto Anttila & Ryan Heuser (Stanford University) Phonological and Metrical Variation Across Genres

October 16, 2015:  Georgia Zellou (UC Davis) Individual Differences in Production and Perception of Coarticulatory Variation

October 17, 2015: Hike, Russian Ridge (12:45pm)

October 23, 2015:  Jared Bernstein (Stanford University and Analytic Measures, Inc.) Phonetics in the New Applied Linguistics

October 30, 2015:  Matthias Sjerps (UC Berkeley) Levels of processing in speech perception: Mechanisms of speaker normalization & The processing of masked speech sounds in human cortex

November 12, 2015, 7pm: P-int Night, Rose & Crown

November 13, 2015: Netta Ben-Meir (San Jose State University) Describing the Urban Jordanian Arabic Broken Plural without Iambicity

November 20, 2015, 11am-12pmHahn Koo (San Jose State University) Using sub-lexical statistics to find loanwords in unlabeled monolingual corpora: A case study in Korean

December 4, 2015:  Sunwoo Jeong (Stanford University)

Upcoming Events

Sunwoo Jeong
Margaret Jacks Hall, Greenberg Room (460-126)
Robin Dodsworth
Margaret Jacks Hall, Greenberg Room (460-126)