LINGUIST List 21.4783|
Sun Nov 28 2010
Calls: Language Acquisition, Phonology/United Kingdom
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1. Tamar Keren-Portnoy ,
International Child Phonology Conference
Message 1: International Child Phonology Conference
From: Tamar Keren-Portnoy <tkp502york.ac.uk>
Subject: International Child Phonology Conference
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Full Title: International Child Phonology Conference
Short Title: ICPC
Date: 15-Jun-2011 - 17-Jun-2011
Location: York, United Kingdom
Contact Person: Marilyn Vihman
Meeting Email: mv509york.ac.uk
Linguistic Field(s): Language Acquisition; Phonology
Call Deadline: 15-Jan-2011
The International Child Phonology Conference (ICPC) 2011 will take place
at the University of York, England, June 16-17, preceded by a one-day
workshop on cross-linguistic studies of phonetic and/or phonological
development, June 15. The ICPC has met annually for about 30 years,
originally in the Midwestern American states, as a forum for talks and
discussion on any aspect of children's phonological development.
Presentations deal with a broad range of topics, covering theoretical and
applied concerns, phonetics and phonology, typical and atypical
development, infants, toddlers and older children, and oral and signed
Call For Papers
Deadline for abstracts: January 15, 2011
The ICPC has met annually for about 30 years, originally in the Midwestern
American states, as a forum for talks and discussion on any aspect of
children's phonological development. Presentations deal with a broad range
of topics, covering theoretical and applied concerns, phonetics and
phonology, typical and atypical development, infants, toddlers and older
children, and oral and signed language.
We invite proposals for papers and posters covering any aspect of child
phonetics and/or phonology.
Pre-conference workshop on cross-linguistic projects on phonetic and/or
We invite submissions for oral presentations reporting on goals, methods
and findings of collaborative cross-linguistic projects on phonetic and/or
phonological development. We welcome either one or two talks per project;
where two talks (and speakers) are planned, one should focus on the
theoretical or practical motivation for the project and the other on presenting
comparative data. No more than two abstracts should be submitted from
any one project. Talks will be 30-45 minutes long, depending on the number
of submissions. Talks which cannot be fitted into the workshop due to time
limitations will be considered for the main conference.
Following the child phonology conference tradition, we will have no invited
Abstracts will be peer-reviewed anonymously by members of the organizing
Abstracts for both the main conference and the workshop (up to 300 words
per presentation) should be submitted directly to the conference website.
Authors submitting to the main conference should indicate whether they
prefer to present an oral paper or a poster. Oral presentations will be
allocated a 30-minute slot each, to include a 5-10 minute discussion. The
final format of the presentation will be decided on by the committee.
Abstract submission: January 15, 2011
Notification of outcome: February 15, 2011
Registration start: February 15, 2011
Programme published on website: March 1, 2011
Early registration, regular: £60
Early registration, student: £30
Late registration (after 1 May), regular: £80
Late registration (after 1 May), student: £40
Some rooms will be available on campus, but we expect that most
participants will want to book a hotel or B&B in town (a 10-minute bus- ride
to campus or a 30-minute walk, typically). There are links on our website to
help you to find all of these options.
For further information please contact the organizers, Marilyn Vihman
(mv509york.ac.uk) or Tamar Keren-Portnoy (tkp502york.ac.uk).
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