Month: June 2018

Analyzing Typological Structure: From Categorical to Probabilistic Phonology

The Department of Linguistics at Stanford University and the Stanford Humanities Center will host a one-day workshop dedicated to exploring the typological limits of probabilistic phonological grammars. The workshop is partially funded by the France-Stanford Center for Interdisciplinary Studies as

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Programme – Réseau Français de Phonologie 16, Paris

From michela.russo@univ-paris8.fr Dear all, We are very glad to announce that the programme for the next Réseau Français de Phonologie 16 to be held in Paris at the UMR 7023 Structures Formelles du Langage  (27-29 June 2018) has been published on our website: http://www.sfl.cnrs.fr/rfp-2018-16emes-rencontres-du-reseau-francais-de-phonologie https://bstorme.com/rfp-2018/Programme%20RFP16%2014052018.pdf (program main session)

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OTWorkplace workshop at AMP 2018

From the AMP 2018 organizers at UC San Diego In association with the bonus Syntax-Prosody in Optimality Theory (SPOT) tutorial at AMP 2018, we are hoping to gather both experienced and novice OTWorkplace users to share OTWorkplace uses and tools.

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