Program

9.30-10.00
Marzena Żygis (Centre for General Linguistics (ZAS) & Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin), Christine Mooshammer (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin) & Stefanie Shattuck-Hufnagel (MIT)
Segment-prosody interaction. An overview of perspectives.

10.00-11.00
Jelena Krivokapic (Yale University & Haskins Laboratories, New Heaven)
Prosodic boundaries:  Structurally induced variability

11.00-11.30
Coffee break

11.30-12.00
Michael Wagner & Meghan Clayards (McGill University, Montreal)
Syntactic effects on variable phonological processes and the locality of production planning

12.00-12.30
Nicholas Bacuez (University of Texas, Austin)
Phonetic variation of intonation contours. A quantitative analysis using the PRInt model and c-means clusters.

12.30-13.00
Petra Augurzky (University Tübingen), Fabian Tomaschek (University Tübingen) & Arndt Riester (Stuttgart University)
The interplay of prosodic, segmental and syntactic cues in German adjunct/argument phrases.

13.00-14.30
Lunch break

14.30-15.30
Laura Dilley (Michigan State University, East Lansing)
How many phonological units? How many words? Context speech rate and segment-prosody interactions.

15.30-16.00
Dolly Goldenberg (Yale University, New Heaven)
Phrase initial temporal effects in Hebrew

16.00-16.30
Meghan Clayards & Thea Knowles  (McGill University; Montreal)
Prosodic strengthening and sibilants

16.30-17.00
Coffee break

17.00-18.00
Paul de Lacy (Rutgers University, New Jersey)
The inadequacy of evidence for sonority‐driven stress