From: Katalin Balogne Berces <bbkatiyahoo.com>
Subject: Government Phonology Roundtable '09
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Full Title: Government Phonology Roundtable '09
Short Title: GPRT'09
Date: 25-Apr-2009 - 25-Apr-2009
Location: Piliscsaba, Hungary
Contact Person: Katalin Balogne Berces
Meeting Email: bbkatiyahoo.com
Web Site: http://www.gprt.eoldal.hu
Linguistic Field(s): Phonology
Call Deadline: 20-Apr-2009
The Government Phonology Roundtable is the annual informal meeting of all the
GP-ists of the world.
Call for Papers
GPRT'09 is to be held at the Piliscsaba campus of Pázmány Péter Catholic
University, Hungary, on Saturday 25 April 2009. It is organized by the local
phonological team of the English Department. Although there is no registration
fee, those who would like to participate are requested to inform the organizers
in an email sent to bbkatiyahoo.com. All information concerning the
(preliminary) programme, registered participants, travel and accommodation, etc.
is available on the GPRT'09 website.
We invite papers on any aspect and in any version of Government Phonology (incl.
Classical GP, CVCV, VC, GP2.0). There is no strict deadline for abstract
submission, but to be able to finalize the programme and upload all information
on the website, we would like to receive the abstracts not later than 20 April.
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