Second workshop on Uralic prosody

September 28-29, 2017
Research Institute for Linguistics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences,
Budapest

Program

Invited speaker

Petra Wagner, Bielefeld University.

Thursday, 28th September

08:45 Registration
09:20 Welcome
Plenary talk
09:30 Petra Wagner, Bielefeld University
Multimodal prosody
10:30 Coffee break
Quantity and prominence
Chair: Nele Ots
10:45 Helen Türk, Pire Teras, Pärtel Lippus & Karl Pajusalu
Quantity in Inari Saami
11:15 Katri Hiovain
Evaluation of quantity patterns in North Sami varieties
11:45 Pire Teras, Pärtel Lippus, Karl Pajusalu & Eva Liina Asu
The durational structure of Estonian CVCV-words
12:15 Lunch
Syntax-prosody interface
Chair: Eva Liina Asu-Garcia
13:30 Gerson Klumpp & Denys Teptiuk
On nuclear pitch accent and focus marking in minor Uralic languages
14:00 Heete Sahkai
Prosodically motivated syntactic patterns in Estonian?
14:30 Gergő Turi & Balázs Surányi
The role of prosody in scope disambiguation: A production study of Hungarian
15:00 Coffee break
Databases
Chair: Juraj Šimko
15:15 Eszter Simon, Nikolett Mus, Ágnes Kalivoda & Eszter Ruttkay
Uralic database
15:45 Zsófia Schön
OUDB Yugan Khanty corpus
16:15 Olesya Khanina
An invitation for a study of the Enets prosody: Enets digital corpora
17:30 Conference dinner

Friday, 29th September

Intonation I
Chair: Pärtel Lippus
9:30 Martti Vainio et al.
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10:00 Karl Pajusalu
The Uralic Prosody Project: State of the art
10:30 Eva Liina Asu & Ellen Niit
The functions of the rise-fall-rise intonation pattern in Kihnu Estonian
11:00 Coffee break
Intonation II
Chair: Štefan Beňuš
11:15 Nele Ots & Agnieszka Konopka
Message and sentence planning strategies affect scaling of phrase-initial f0: Evidence from eye-tracking with Estonian speakers
11:45 Polina Pleshak
Intonation patterns in Hill Mari
12:15 Lunch
Segmental and suprasegmental features
Chair: Pire Teras
13:30 Tapani Salminen
From segmental to suprasegmental: The development of the schwa in the Nenets languages (and beyond)
14:00 Kätlin Aare & Pärtel Lippus
Creaky voice in spontaneous Estonian in relation to respiration
14:30 Joshua Wilbur
Utterance-final weakening: A discourse-level prosodic feature in Pite Saami
15:00 Natalia Kuznetsova & Irina Brodskaya
The temporary structure of the Soikkola Ingrian trisyllabic foot
15:30 Coffee break
Prominence, phrasing and typology
Chair: Eszter Simon
15:45 Fedor Rozhanskiy & Daria Zhornik
Vowel duration as a feature of stress in Hill Mari
16:15 Juraj Šimko
Digital language typology
16:45 Uwe D. Reichel, Katalin Mády & Štefan Beňuš
Overlapping acoustic evidence for accentual phrases, prosodic headedness, and rhythm
17:15 Discussion
18:00 Closing remarks