USC DEPARTMENT OF LINGUISTICS

Phon Lunch Schedule

 

Phon Lunch Schedule



The USC Phon Lunch is a meeting where faculty, postdoctorals, students and visitors discuss and present current research in phonology and phonetics.


Spring 2011 Schedule


Tuesday, January 18

    Organizational meeting

    11:30 am - 12:30 pm, Graduate School Conference Room


Tuesday, February 1

    Laura Tejada

    “Floating and spreading tones in Sierra Juarez Zapotec”

    11:30 am - 12:30 pm, Graduate School Conference Room


Tuesday, February 8

    Daylen Riggs

    “On the phonology of loanwords”

    11:30 am - 12:30 pm, Graduate School Conference Room


Tuesday, February 15

    Chuo-Ying Ouyang

    “Stress and affixation in Isbukun Bunun”

    11:30 am - 12:30 pm, Graduate School Conference Room


Tuesday, March 1

    Erika Varis Doggett

    “Spanish vowel hiatus at prosodic and syntactic boundaries”

    11:30 am - 12:30 pm, Graduate School Conference Room


Thursday, April 7

    USC/UCLA phonology seminar meeting

    Kie Zuraw

    “Predicting Korean sai-siot”

    Evening meeting


Tuesday, April 12

    Chuo-Ying Ouyang

    Practice WCCFL Poster: “Stress and affixation in Isbukun Bunun”

    11:30 am - 12:30 pm, Graduate School Conference Room


Tuesday, April 26

    Mike Proctor and Rachel Walker

    “Articulatory bases of sonority in English coda liquids”

    11:30 am - 12:30 pm, , Graduate School Conference Room




Fall 2010 Schedule


Monday, August 10

    Organizational meeting

    12-1 pm, GFS 330


Monday, September 13

    Practice talks for Laboratory Approaches to Romance Phonology (LARP)

    Joint with phonetics lab meeting

    Sergio Robles-Puente

    “Looking for Spanish imperative intonation: Interaction of global and pitch-accent level strategies”

    Ben Parrell and Mike Proctor

    “Towards a computational articulatory model of Spanish Phonology”

    Sergio Robles-Puente

    “Absolute questions do not always have a rising pattern - Evidence from Bilbao Spanish”

    12:30-2 pm, GFS 330


Monday, September 27

    Discussion of Harmonic Serialism

    Discussion leader: Melissa Frazier

    Readings:

    John J. McCarthy. "Harmonic serialism and parallelism" Proceedings of the North East Linguistics Society. Ed. Masako Hirotani, Andries Coetzee, Nancy Hall, and Ji-yung Kim. Amherst, MA: GLSA, 2000. 501-524.

    http://works.bepress.com/john_j_mccarthy/79/

    John J. McCarthy. 2009. "The P-Map in Harmonic Serialism"

    http://works.bepress.com/john_j_mccarthy/101/

    12-1 pm, GFS 330


Monday, October 18

    Daylen Riggs

    “Minimal salience and the quality of epenthetic vowels in loanwords”

    Fang-Ying Hsieh

    “Mora augmentation in Hakka diminutives”

    12-1:30 pm, GFS 330


Monday, November 1

    Melissa Frazier

    “Loan word adaptation and phonotactics in Yucatec Maya”

    12-1 pm, GFS 330


Thursday, November 4

    USC/UCLA phonology seminar meeting

    Rachel Walker

    “Dimensions of locality in vowel harmony and the nature of derivations”

    7:30-9:30 pm


Monday, November 22

    Daylen Riggs

    “The nature and typology of loanword adaptation”

    12-1 pm, GFS 330




Spring 2010 Schedule


Thursday Jan. 21

    Organizational meeting

    1-2 pm, Reading Room


Thursday, Feb. 4

    Lisa Marston

    “A stratal OT analysis of Sanskrit nominal accent”

    1-2 pm, Reading Room


Monday, Feb. 22

    Daylen Riggs

    “Epenthesis and minimal salience”

    12-1 pm, Graduate School Conference Room


Thursday, March 4

    Sergio Robles-Puente

    “Dissimilation and deletion of vowels in Basque dialects: an OT analysis”

    and

    Erika Varis

    “The (masculine) art of Spanish: a diachronic shift along the morphology-phonology interface”

    1-2:30 pm, Graduate School Conference Room


Monday, March 22

    Magdalena Pire-Schmidt

    “Tone and stress in Iñapari: the interleaving of faith and markedness”

    12-1 pm, Graduate School Conference Room


Thursday, April 1

    Michal Temkin Martinez
    Guest speaker from Boise State University (and USC alum!)

    “Patterns and trends in individuals’ acceptability of variation”

    1-2 pm, Graduate School Conference Room


Thursday, April 15

    Melissa Frazier

    Guest speaker from UC Santa Cruz

    “The phonetics of Yucatec Maya and the typology of laryngeal complexity”

    1-2 pm

    Graduate School Conference Room


Monday, April 19

    Robert Daland

    Guest speaker from UCLA

    3-4:30 pm, GFS 118


Wednesday April 21

    USC/UCLA Joint Phonology Seminar

    7:30-9:30 pm