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Fri Feb 08 2008

FYI: CUNY Phonology Forum Downloads and Wiki

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        1.    Eric Raimy, CUNY Phonology Forum Downloads and Wiki

Message 1: CUNY Phonology Forum Downloads and Wiki
Date: 06-Feb-2008
From: Eric Raimy <raimywisc.edu>
Subject: CUNY Phonology Forum Downloads and Wiki
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The CUNY Phonology Forum would like to announce that the presentations from
the recent Conference on the Syllable have all been posted to our website.
You can find the abstracts and handouts/slides (and some full papers) from
almost all of the presentations (talks and posters) in addition to podcasts
for the talks at:


We would also like to call your attention to the recording and transcript
of an informal discussion the participants participated in on the Friday of
this conference. The discussion was centered around attempting to find
consensus about “the reasons for the syllable”. One concrete result from
this discussion period is the creation of a wiki to further pursue and
develop this discussion. Information about how you can participate in the
wiki is available at the above website.


Chuck Cairns, CUNY
Eric Raimy, University of Madison, Wisconsin
Organizers of the CUNY Phonology Forum

Linguistic Field(s): Cognitive Science; Neurolinguistics; Phonetics; Phonology; Psycholinguistics

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