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LINGUIST List 21.1738

Fri Apr 09 2010

FYI: Old World Conference in Phonology Podcasts Online

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        1.    Tobias Scheer, Old World Conference in Phonology Podcasts Online

Message 1: Old World Conference in Phonology Podcasts Online
Date: 07-Apr-2010
From: Tobias Scheer <scheerunice.fr>
Subject: Old World Conference in Phonology Podcasts Online
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OCP-7 (Old World Conference in Phonology 7, http://www.unice.fr/dsl/ocp7/),
which was held in Nice from 28-30 January 2010, was entirely filmed (well,
only 28th and 29th...), and the videos are now available as podcasts. There
are two ways to access them:

1. With iTunes (which you need to have installed on your machine, available at:


Right above the list of videos, you will see two tabs, one ''conférences''
which contains 20 talks, the other ''interviews'', which contains 5
interviews that were realized with people that look at OCP from various
perspectives: Marc van Oostendorp, Patrick Honeybone, Marily Vihman,
Eugeniusz Cyran and Bronwyn Bjorkman.

2. Without iTunes (on the local UNice ''kiosque'') the 20 talks:


then choose the individual talks in the pull-down menu ''Médias'' (there
are a number of items unrelated to OCP, the OCP-talks have an ''OCP7'' suffix)

the 5 interviews (Cyran, Oostendorp, Honeybone, Vihman, Bjorkman):


then choose the individual interview in the pull-down menu ''Médias''

The videos were realized by the SCSI-TICE (Estelle Coll, David Fernandez)
of Nice University with the generous financial support of the Université de
Nice - Sophia Antipolis and the CNRS (Délégation Côte d'Azur).
Enjoy :-)

Best wishes,
Emilie Caratini
Tobias Scheer

Linguistic Field(s): Phonology

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