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LINGUIST List 21.4305

Thu Oct 28 2010

Calls: Phonology/Canada

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


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        1.     Heather Goad , Phonology in the 21 Century: In Honour of Glyne Piggott

Message 1: Phonology in the 21 Century: In Honour of Glyne Piggott
Date: 28-Oct-2010
From: Heather Goad <heather.goadmcgill.ca>
Subject: Phonology in the 21 Century: In Honour of Glyne Piggott
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Full Title: Phonology in the 21 Century: In Honour of Glyne Piggott
Short Title: Phonology in 21st Century

Date: 07-May-2011 - 09-May-2011
Location: Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Contact Person: Heather Goad
Meeting Email: phonology.21stcenturygmail.com
Web Site: http://www.mcgill.ca/linguistics/events/Phonology21stCentury

Linguistic Field(s): Phonology

Call Deadline: 15-Jan-2011

Meeting Description:

'Phonology in the 21st Century: In Honour of Glyne Piggott' is a conference
in honour of Professor Glyne Piggott who retired in May 2010 from the
Department of Linguistics at McGill University. For over forty years, Prof
Piggott has been a supporter of the highest quality research in phonology,
the study of how sounds are organized into grammatical systems. He is well
recognized for maintaining the most rigorous approach to theory building
and testing, coupled with intellectual breadth and curiosity. This has
resulted in outstanding contributions in terms of his own research, his
influence on his peers, and his training and supervision of new generations
of linguists. He instills in those around him the need to have a wide
perspective on thinking in the field, and challenges his students to become
independent scholars who will survive the theoretical whims of the time.
Although the conference is organized to honour Prof Piggott, its theoretical
objective is to highlight phonological research at the end of the first decade
of the 21st century, evaluating the contributions of the past forty years in
light of the primary theoretical and empirical concerns of today.

Call For Papers

(français en bas)

Invited speakers:
Monik Charette, Elan Dresher, Harry van der Hulst, Larry Hyman, Marc van
Oostendorp, Joe Pater, Doug
Pulleyblank, Sharon Rose, Tobias Scheer, Kie Zuraw

Abstracts are invited for 15 minute oral presentations and for poster
presentations on any topic in phonology. Presentations can be made in
English of French.

Please submit anonymous abstracts in pdf format (maximum 500 words) to:
http://linguistlist.org/confcustom/Phonology21

Deadline for Abstract Submission:
15 January 2011

Questions may be sent to:
Phonology.21stCenturygmail.com

Appel de Communications

Nous aimerions recevoir des résumés pour des présentations orales de 15
minutes ou pour des posters portant sur n'importe quel aspect de la
phonologie. Les communications peuvent être présentées en français ou en
anglais.

SVP envoyez votre résumé anonyme en forme pdf (maximum 500 mots) à:
http://linguistlist.org/confcustom/Phonology21

Date limite pour les résumés:
15 janvier 2011

On peut envoyer des questions à:
Phonology.21stCenturygmail.com
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