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LINGUIST List 20.4436

Mon Dec 21 2009

Calls: Phonetics, Phonology/China

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        1.    Jeroen van de Weijer, International Phonetics-Phonology Conference Shanghai

Message 1: International Phonetics-Phonology Conference Shanghai
Date: 19-Dec-2009
From: Jeroen van de Weijer <jeroen.van.de.weijergmail.com>
Subject: International Phonetics-Phonology Conference Shanghai
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Full Title: International Phonetics-Phonology Conference Shanghai
Short Title: IPPCS

Date: 28-May-2010 - 30-May-2010
Location: Shanghai, China
Contact Person: Xiaolei Wan
Meeting Email: engdeptshisu.edu.cn

Linguistic Field(s): Phonetics; Phonology

Call Deadline: 31-Mar-2010

Meeting Description:

International Conference on Phonology and Phonetics

The College of English Language and Literature at Shanghai International Studies
University (SHISU) will host an International Conference on Phonology and
Phonetics from May 28 until May 30, 2010 (Friday-Sunday). The conference theme
is "Accent on Tone", but panel discussions will focus on a number of topics:

1. General phonology and phonetics
2. Phonology and phonetics of Chinese languages
3. Interface between phonology and phonetics with morphology, syntax and semantics
4. The description and analysis of Shanghainese (not limited to phonology and
phonetics)
5. Pronunciation teaching and interference in L2-acquisition
6. Tone and intonation
7. Historical phonology and language change
8. Other topic: _________ (if applicable)

Call for Papers

All invited speakers are confirmed.
Invited speakers are Carlos Gussenhoven (Radboud University Nijmegen), Zhang
Jisheng (East China Normal University), Li Bing (Nankai University), Wang
Hongyan (Shenzhen University), Haruo Kubozono (Kobe University), Hsieh Feng-fan
(National Tsing Hua University) and Yi Xu (University College London).

The working language of the conference will be English, except for panels with
exclusively Chinese participants. Participants need to pay for their own
travelling fares and accommodation, plus a conference fee of 800 RMB (non-SHISU
postgraduates: half price; SHISU graduates: free). Please note that the 2010
Shanghai EXPO will be in full swing at the time of the conference.

Abstracts for papers (200-300 words, including title and key words) and
registration forms (see below) should reach us by email before March 31, 2010.
Please indicate which panel the paper is intended for. Papers submitted to the
conference proceedings will be selected for publication in a journal to be
determined.

College of English Language and Literature
Shanghai International Studies University
Organizing Committee for International Conference on Phonology and Phonetics
200083, Shanghai, China

Contact person: WAN Xiaolei
E-Mail: engdeptshisu.edu.cn
Tel.: 86021- 67701355, 55511303
Fax: 86021- 55395556

Registration Form (please complete and send by email before March 31, 2010):
Name :
Title :
Institution :
Address, incl. ZIP code : (please ensure the accuracy of this part so the letter
of invitation can reach you on time)
Email :
Tel. :
Mobile :
Panel choice :
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