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LINGUIST List 21.3009

Wed Jul 21 2010

Calls: Phonology/Morocco

Editor for this issue: Di Wdzenczny <dilinguistlist.org>


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        1.    Nabila Louriz, 8th Old World Conference in Phonology

Message 1: 8th Old World Conference in Phonology
Date: 20-Jul-2010
From: Nabila Louriz <nabilitagmail.com>
Subject: 8th Old World Conference in Phonology
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Full Title: 8th Old World Conference in Phonology
Short Title: OCP 8

Date: 20-Jan-2011 - 22-Jan-2011
Location: Marrakech, Morocco
Contact Person: Nabila Louriz
Meeting Email: OCP8gmail.com

Linguistic Field(s): Phonology

Call Deadline: 20-Sep-2010

Meeting Description:

The University of Hassan II, Ain Chock, Casablanca is proud to announce
that it will host the eighth Old World Conference in Phonology (OCP8). It will
take place in Marrakech, and it will follow the line of previous OCP
conferences which have been held in Leiden, Tromsø, Budapest, Rhodes,
Toulouse, Edinburgh and Nice.

There is no specific theme for the main conference, abstracts can be
submitted on anything. However, there is a half-day thematic pre-
conference workshop on 'The Contribution of Arabic and Amazigh in
Phonological Theory'

Call for Papers

Keynote speakers:
- Karim Bensoukas (Mohammed V University, Morocco)
- Paul Kiparsky (Stanford University, USA)
- Janet Watson (Salford University, UK)

Main conference: we invite submission of abstracts
-either for 20 min oral presentation, followed by 10 min of discussion
-or for poster presentation

Submissions will be anonymously refereed by at least two reviewers (see
the advisory board).
Workshop: we invite submission of abstracts
For 20 min oral presentation, followed by 10 min of discussion

Abstracts are submitted through the EasyAbstracts system of Linguist List.
In order to submit, go to the OCP8 submission page before September 20th,
midnight: http://linguistlist.org/confcustom/OCP8-2011

You will be asked whether your submission concerns the main conference
or the workshop. BUT in order to ensure an anonymous reviewing
procedure, please double-check that the file which you upload is completely
anonymous and does not contain any information that identifies the authors.
Uploaded files must be in Portable Document Format (.pdf). Pdf files carry
information about users in the Document Properties (CTRL-D or
file/document properties). Please make sure that no traces regarding
authors remain.

Please note that once you upload your abstract, it will not be possible to
clean up the author's identifying information. We will not touch it before the
reviewers download it.

Important:
If you have problems while uploading your abstract, please DO NOT repeat
the submission procedure several times: the submission software does not
allow us to cancel submissions. Rather, contact us: if the wrong abstract
was uploaded, we will be able to replace it with an updated version, you will
just have to send us the latest version.

Instructions for abstract submission
-upload your file to the submission page:
http://linguistlist.org/confcustom/OCP8-2011
-abstracts are no longer than two pages, with an eventual third page
containing examples and references
-submissions are restricted to one single-authored and one co-authored
abstract at most
-the conference language is English: abstracts and talks will be in English
-deadline for submission: September 20th, 2010
-page format: A4, 2,54 cm (one inch) margins on all sides, 12-point font,
simple line spacing
-file formal: .pdf
-file name
-submissions for the main conference: [title''-main.pdf''], e.g. ''Emphasis in
Arabic -main.pdf''
-submissions for the workshop: [title''-workshop.pdf''], e.g. ''Vowelless
syllables in Amazigh-workshop.pdf''

We aim to finalize the programme, and to contact abstract-senders by mid
October 2010, and we will contact those who have sent abstracts as soon
as the decisions have been made.
Important dates:
Submission deadline: 20th September, 2010
Notification of acceptance: 15th October, 2010
Early registration: before 15 December, 2010
Workshop/conference: 19/20-22 January 2011
Advisory board:
Albright, Adam (MIT)
Bendjaballah, Sabrina (CNRS, Paris 7)
Bermúdez-Otero, Ricardo (University of Manchester)
Blaho, Sylvia (RIL HAS Budapest)
Botma, Bert (Leiden)
Brandao de Carvalho, Joaquim (Paris 8)
Cyran, Gienek (Lublin)
Ewen, Colin (Leiden)
Hall, Tracy (Indiana)
Hannahs, S.J. (Newcastle upon Tyne)
Harris, John (UCL)
Honeybone, Patrick (University of Edinburgh)
Kula, Nancy (Essex)
Lahiri, Aditi (Oxford)
Laks, Bernard (Paris 10)
Nevins, Andrew (Harvard)
Nguyen, Noël (Aix en Provence)
Oostendorp, Marc van (Meertens Instituut)
Piggott, Glyne (McGill)
Pöchtrager, Markus (Istambul)
Rice, Curt (Tromso)
Silverman, Daniel (San José State)
Szigetvári, Péter (ELTE Budapest)
Trommer, Jochen (Leipzig)
Uffmann, Christian (Sussex)
Vihman, Marilyn M. (York)
Wauquier, Sophie (Paris 8)

Local organizing committee
Nabila Louriz (Hassan II University, Ain Chock, Casablanca)
Karim Bensoukas (Mohammed V University, Rabat)
Abdelaziz Boudlal (Chouaib Doukkali University, El Jadida)

Contacts
Nabila Louriz
OCP8gmail.com
nabilitagmail.com
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