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GRIN Programme

In-person registration for the workshop is now closed, but if you are interested in attending online, please email us at

Feira de Ladra

27 May 2022

All sessions will take place in Amphitheatre II (C130) in the Faculalde de Letras building



Workshop introduction

9:15-9:45           Jonathan Barnes, Stefanie Shattuck Hufnagel, Alejna                                     Brugos, & Nanette Veilleux

Hidden gradience? Auditory variability under the analytic radar

9:45-10:15          Francesco Cangemi & Martine Grice

From real speech to intonational categories


10:15-10:45        Amalia Arvaniti (commentary) & Q&A

10:45-11:15        coffee break

11:15-11:45        Jennifer Cole & Jeremy Steffman

Intonational encoding in memory representations: Imitating nuclear tunes in American English


11:45-12:15        Pilar Prieto

Other sources of variation in the interpretation of intonation: interactions between intonation, gesture, and discourse markers

12:15-12:45        Bob Ladd (commentary) & Q&A

12:45-14:00        lunch break

14:00-14:30        Mary Baltazani

Language contact as a source of intonational variation in Greek dialects


14:30-15:00        Nicole Holliday

Categorical and gradient variation in intonation across American English dialects


15:00-15:30        Carlos Gussenhoven (commentator) & Q&A

15:30-16:00        coffee break

16:00-16:30        Jelena Krivokapić, Will Styler, &

                           Sankaranarayanan Ananthakrishnan

Individual differences in boundary perception


16:30-17:00        Jason Bishop

The listener as a source of gradience: Evidence from prominence perception

17:00-17:30        Tamara Rathcke* (commentary) & Q&A

17:30-18:00        General discussion

*Due to personal circumstances,  Mariapaola D'Imperio will not be able to join us. We thank Mariapaola D'Imperio for her willingness to do the commentary originally and for Tamara Rathcke for stepping in.

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