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Workshop: English Corpus Phonetics and Phonology at ICAME (digital version)

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Workshop: English Corpus Phonetics and Phonology at ICAME (digital version)
Wednesday 20.05.2020
Convenors: Sabine Arndt-Lappe, Sebastian Hoffmann, Lina Baldus
arndtlappe@uni-trier.de, hoffmann@uni-trier.de, baldus@uni-trier.de 

Venue: The meeting will take place via Zoom, hosted by Trier University

How to join the meeting:

Workshop participants can join using the following link:
https://uni-trier.zoom.us/j/97783817627

or by entering the following Meeting ID in their Zoom client:
Meeting ID: 977 8381 7627

The meeting is password protected. Participants will receive the password by e‑mail.

Guests are welcome to join depending on numbers and availability of
bandwidth. 
Registration via e‑mail is obligatory – please use the following address to register:

scheuer.anglistik@uni-trier.de (Andrea Scheuer, secretary to Sabine Arndt-Lappe)

 

Workshop Programme

9:30

Opening of Zoom meeting site, so that participants can enter the meeting
Please connect early, so that technical problems may be solved before the workshop begins!

10:00
10:15

Introduction

10:15
11:00

Jane Stuart-Smith (University of Glasgow), What can corpus phonetics tell us about English phonology? (invited speaker) [abstract]

11:00
11:30

Peter Uhrig (Universität Leipzig): Corpus-linguistic methods for improving the lexicographic treatment of pronunciation variants [abstract]

11:30
13:00

Lunch Break
(long enough that participants have a chance to also watch Claudia Lehmann’s screencast presentation)

13:00
13:30

Nele Põldvere, Victoria Johansson & Carita Paradis (Lund University):
On the importance of audio material in spoken corpus linguistics: a case study of the London-Lund Corpus 2 [abstract]

13:30
14:00

Ulrike Gut, Ole Schützler, Zeyu Li & Jenny Herzky (WWU Münster, Universität Bamberg):
ICE-Scotland – a phonologically annotated corpus [abstract]

14:00
14:30

Jose A. Mompeán (University of Murcia): Bringing back the past. Towards a diachronic corpus of Spoken English [abstract]

14:30
15:00

Break

15:00
15:30

Małgorzata Kul (Adam Mickiewicz University): Towards modelling yod coalescence in American English [abstract]

15:30
16:15

Ingo Plag (HHU Düsseldorf), Authentic speech data and linguistic theory: chances and challenges (invited speaker) [abstract]

16:15
16:30

Conclusion

One presentation will be available as a screencast:

Claudia Lehmann (Universität Bremen): Using multimodal corpora to study the ironic tone of voice: opportunities and challenges [abstract]