Termine

Unser Vortrag auf der Interspeech 2018

Location: Hyderabad, India

Sep 02, 2018 - Sep 06, 2018

Vortrag auf der Coling 2018

Location: Santa Fe, New-Mexico, USA

Aug 20, 2018 - Aug 26, 2018

Unser Vortrag auf der TAL 2018 (Tonal Aspects of Language) in Berlin

Vortrag von Burkhard Meyer-Sickendiek, Hussein Hussein und Timo Baumann: Tonality in Language: The “Generative Theory of Tonal Music” as a Framework for Prosodic Analysis of Poetry Tonality is an organized system of tones (e.g., the tones of a major or minor scale) in which one tone (the tonic) becomes the central point for the remaining tones. The tonic is the tone of complete relaxation, the target toward which other tones lead. This relaxation is caused by the cadence: a musical chord sequence moving to a harmonic close or point of rest. This contribution focuses on structural similarities between tonality and cadences in music on the one hand, and rhythmical patterns in poetic languages resp. poetry on the other hand. We investigate two exemplary rhythmical patterns in modern poetry to detect these tonality-like features in poetic language: The Parlando and the Variable Foot. This exemplary analysis is particularly devoted to the “Generative Theory of Tonal Music” (GTTM) by Fred Lerdahl and Ray Jackendoff, resp. to Richard Cureton's theory of “Rhythmic Phrasing in English Verse” (RPEV) which is based on the GTTM. The GTTM and the RPEV both offer a very fruitful framework for the manual and digital analysis of these rhythmic patterns and for the specific “tonality” of (post-) modern poems. Different features including pause and parser information are used in this classification process. The best classification result, calculated by the F-Measure, for Parlando and Variable Foot is 69:1%.

Location: Beuth University Berlin TAL 2018: Sixth International Symposium on Tonal Aspects of Languages

Jun 18, 2018 - Jun 20, 2018

"Beyond Metrical Prosody. New Rhythms in US and German (Post-) Modern Poetry"

17. — 19. Mai 2018 | Freie Universität Berlin Raum L 115 | Seminarzentrum, finanziert durch die Thyssen-Stiftung (Programm siehe unten) Donnerstag, 17. Mai 2018 15.00 – 15.30 Eröffnung durch PD Dr. Burkhard Meyer-Sickendiek (FU Berlin) und Prof. Dr. Erik Redling (MLU Halle) Sektion I. Theoretical Approaches to Free Verse Prosody (Chairs: Meyer-Sickendiek und Redling) 15.30 – 16.30 Prof. Dr. Richard Andrews (University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK): What is Free Verse Prosody? (Keynote) 16.30 – 17.00 Kaffeepause 17.00 – 18.00 Prof. Dr. Richard Cureton (University of Michigan, MI): A Reading in Temporal Poetics: Rhythm and Form in Langston Hughes’ ‘Harlem Sweeties’ (Keynote) 18.00 – 19.30 Abendessen (Buffet, FU Berlin) 19.30 – 20.30 Abendveranstaltung: Podiumsgespräch mit Prof. Charles Bernstein (PennSound), Thomas Wohlfahrt (Lyrikline) und Burkhard Meyer-Sickendiek (Rhythmicalizer): Making Audio Visible: Poetry’s Coming Digital Presence Freitag, 18. Mai 2018 Sektion II. The Pattern of Cadence: New Rhythms in Modernist Poetry (1910 – 1930) (Chair: Prof. Dr. Ulla Haselstein, FU Berlin) 9.00 – 9.45 Prof. Dr. Erik Redling (MLU Halle-Wittenberg): Spoken Art and Dialect Writing: Amy Lowell’s Polyphonic Prose and Flexible Rhythms 9.45 – 10.30 Prof. Dr. Jonathan Culler (Cornell University, NY): From Robert Frost’s ‘Loose Iambics’ to A. R. Ammons’ ‘Diversifications’ 10.30 – 11.15 Kaffeepause 11.15 – 12.00 PD Dr. Benjamin Specht (Universität Erlangen): ‘Natural’ – ‘Necessary’ – ‘Cosmic’: Shifting Concepts of Rhythm and Verse in Arno Holz’s Modernist Poetics and Poetry 12.00 – 14.00 Mittagessen, Restaurant Galileo Sektion III. The Impulse of Jazz Music: Syncopation, Improvisation, and Free Verse Prosody (Chair: Dieter Burdorf, Universität Leipzig) 14.00 – 14.45 Prof. Dr. Sascha Feinstein (Lycoming College, PA): Playing the Changes: Jazz, Poetry, and Form 14.45 – 15.30 Prof. Dr. Monika Schmitz-Emans (Universität Bochum): Prosody as Experiment: Jandl, Cage, and Jazz 15.30 – 16.00 Kaffeepause 16.00 – 16.45 Prof. Dr. Jan Röhnert (TU Braunschweig): ‘Die alten Jazzmänner’: Brinkmann’s Art of Improvisation 16.45 – 17.30 Prof. Dr. Charles Bernstein (University of Pennsylvania, PA): Sound/Writing: Homophonic Translation, Performance, and the Pataquerical Imagination 19.30 – 20.30 Abendveranstaltung: Prof. Dr. Winfried Menninghaus (MPI Frankfurt): Poetic Speech Melody: A Crucial Link Between Music and Language (Keynote) 18.00 – 19.30 Abendessen, Restaurant Galileo Samstag, 19. Mai 2018 Sektion IV. ‘The Breath-Controlled Line’: Beat Literature and Black Mountain Poetry (Chair: Prof. Dr. Ralph Poole, Universität Salzburg) 9.00 – 9.45 Prof. Dr. Stephen A. Fredman (University of Notre Dame, IN): The Rhythm of Experience: Black Mountain Poetry and John Dewey 9.45 – 10.30 Prof. Dr. Agnes C. Müller (University of South Carolina, SC): Rainer Maria Gerhardt as Translator and Facilitator 10.30 – 11.00 Kaffeepause 11.00 – 11.45 PD Dr. Burkhard Meyer-Sickendiek (FU Berlin): ‘Theses on the long Poem’: Walter Höllerer’s Influential Adaptation of the ‘Projective Verse’ 12.00 – 14.00 Mittagessen (Buffet, FU Berlin) Sektion V. Loops, Beats, and Breaks: Free Verse Prosody in the Age of Hip Hop, Rap, and Slam Poetry (Chair: Prof. Dr. Jan Röhnert, TU Braunschweig) 14.00 – 14.45 Dr. Fabian Wolbring (Universität Bonn): From Rap to Trap: New Flow-Variations in German Hip Hop 14.45 – 15.30 Lesung von Bas Böttcher (Berlin) 15.30 – 16.15 Lesung von Sascha Feinstein (Lycoming College, PA) 16.15 – 16.30 Fazit, Dank und Informationen zur Publikation: PD Dr. Burkhard Meyer-Sickendiek und Prof. Dr. Erik Redling

Location: Seminarzentrum FU Berlin

May 17, 2018 - May 19, 2018

Unsere Präsentation auf dem Workshop der German Linguistic Society (DGfS) in Stuttgart: "The relation between prosodic and referential structure"

Location: Workshop organized as part of the Annual Conference of the German Linguistic Society (DGfS) to be held at the University of Stuttgart, Germany

Mar 07, 2018 - Mar 09, 2018
Feb 02, 2018 | 05:00 PM
Dec 04, 2017 - Dec 06, 2017

Wir sind ab Montag, dem 4. Dezember 2017, mit einem workshop auf der Digital Humanities Austria 2017.