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Thu Dec 18 2003

Confs: Phonology/Phonetics/Groningen, Netherlands

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  1. gilbers, On the Boundaries of Phonology and Phonetics

Message 1: On the Boundaries of Phonology and Phonetics

Date: Wed, 17 Dec 2003 06:08:42 -0500 (EST)
From: gilbers <>
Subject: On the Boundaries of Phonology and Phonetics

On the Boundaries of Phonology and Phonetics 

Date: 30-Jan-2004 - 30-Jan-2004
Location: University of Groningen, Netherlands
Contact: Dicky Gilbers
Contact Email: 

Linguistic Sub-field: Sociolinguistics, Phonology, Phonetics, Language
Acquisition, Computational Linguistics

Meeting Description:

Phonology and Phonetics Workshop

On the Boundaries of Phonology and Phonetics

Groningen University
January 30, 2004

The workshop 'On the Boundaries of Phonology and Phonetics' will be
held on January 30, 2004, at the University of Groningen.

Location: Zernikezaal, Academiegebouw, Broerstraat 5, Groningen.

The aim of the workshop is to discuss the mutual influence of phonetic
and phonological research. Issues for discussion involve the role of
these disciplines in dialectology, ethnolinguistics, computational
linguistics, acquisition and laboratory phonology.

The workshop will be held on the occasion of the parting of Dr Tjeerd
de Graaf as coordinator of the 'CLCG Klankleer'- group. Members of
this group will present their work.

Keynote speakers, in alphabetical order:

Carlos Gussenhoven (University of Nijmegen)
Vincent van Heuven (University of Leiden)

The program will follow in January 2004

The organizing committee
Dicky Gilbers, Maartje Schreuder and Nienke Knevel
Department of Linguistics
University of Groningen
Oude Kijk in `t Jatstraat 26
9712 EK Groningen
The Netherlands
Information: e-mail:
fax: +31-50-3636855
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