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AMP 2020 abstract submissions now open

The next Annual Meeting on Phonology will be held at the University of California, Santa Cruz on September 18-20, 2020. Abstract submission is now open, and will close on May 10, 2020 Invited speakers: Karthik Durvasula (Michigan State University) Juliet

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CfP Neural network models for articulatory gestures (LabPhon Satellite Workshop)

Neural network models for articulatory gestures (satellite to LabPhon 17) calls for abstracts that bring together articulation data and computational modelling, especially neural network modelling. We welcome any abstract, including tentative work, on the possibility of using neural and/or deep

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Deadline Extended: Pedagogical Approaches to Laboratory Phonology – March 1 deadline.

Pedagogical Approaches to Laboratory Phonology Satellite workshop of LabPhon 17 July 9, 2020 @ UBC Deadline for oral presentations, posters, and demos extended to **March 1, 2020** The purpose of this workshop is to create a forum to exchange ideas, tools,

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2nd Call for Papers for HISPhonCog 2020 (22-23 May, Seoul) – March 1 deadline

Hanyang International Symposium on Phonetics and Cognitive Sciences of Language 2020 (22-23, May, 2020) – Theme: Linguistic and cognitive functions of fine phonetic detail underlying sound systems and/or sound change – Dates: 22-23 May, 2020 – Venue: Hanyang University, Seoul, Korea – URL: http://site.hanyang.ac.kr/web/hisphoncog/call-for-papers/2020   HIPCS (Hanyang Institute for Phonetics

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Call for submissions: Pedagogical Approaches to Laboratory Phonology

From Christina Bjorndahl, Mark Gibson and Jonathan Howell (e-mail: pedagogy.labphon2020@gmail.com) We are pleased to announce “Pedagogical Approaches to Laboratory Phonology”, a satellite workshop of LabPhon 17 at the University of British Columbia, on July 9, 9:00 AM – 12:30 PM: https://sites.google.com/view/labphon2020pedagogy/ The purpose

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Call for papers: Twenty-Eighth Manchester Phonology Meeting

CALL FOR PAPERS Twenty-Eighth Manchester Phonology Meeting 28-30 MAY 2020 Deadline for abstracts: 9th January 2020 ** NOTE EARLIER DEADLINE THAN PREVIOUS YEARS ** Conference website: http://www.lel.ed.ac.uk/mfm/28mfm.html With a special session entitled ‘Second Language Phonology and Phonological Theory’, featuring the

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1st Call for Papers for HISPhonCog 2020 (22-23 May, Seoul)

Hanyang International Symposium on Phonetics and Cognitive Sciences of Language 2020 (22-23, May, 2020) – Theme: Linguistic and cognitive functions of fine phonetic detail underlying sound systems and sound change – Dates: 22-23 May, 2020 – Venue: Hanyang University, Seoul,

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2020 BLS Workshop: Abstracts due Nov. 1

2020 Berkeley Linguistic Society Workshop Febuary 7-8, 2020   “Phonological Representations: At the Crossroads of Gradience and Categoricity” Abstracts due: November 1, 2019 More information re the workshop and abstract submission here (and below):   https://linguistlist.org/confservices/customhome.cfm?Emeetingid=6402JA44587E5448406050441 The 2020 Workshop of the Berkeley

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SCiL: Submission Deadline Aug. 7th, Formal language sessions

The submission deadline for the January 2-5 2020 meeting of the Society for Computation in Linguistics in New Orleans is in about two weeks, on August 7th. See the full call here https://blogs.umass.edu/scil/call-for-papers-scil-2020/. The organizers would also like to now announce

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Save the date! 07-08 Feb, 2020. Phonological Representations: A Workshop of the Berkeley Linguistics Society.

ANNOUNCING the Berkeley Linguistic Society Workshop “Phonological Representations: At the Crossroad between Gradience and Categoricity” Date: 07-Feb-2020 – 08-Feb-2020 Location: Berkeley, California, USA Website: http://linguistics.berkeley.edu/bls/ Meeting Description Describing the sounds of language has always been a central concern of both linguistic

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