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LINGUIST List 25.588

Tue Feb 04 2014

Calls: English, Phonology/France

Editor for this issue: Bryn Hauk <brynlinguistlist.org>

Date: 04-Feb-2014
From: Philip Carr <philip.carruniv-montp3.fr>
Subject: 10th Annual Conference on the Phonology of Contemporary English
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Full Title: 10th Annual Conference on the Phonology of Contemporary English
Short Title: PAC 10

Date: 26-May-2014 - 27-May-2014
Location: Montpellier, France
Contact Person: Philip Carr
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://www.projet-pac.net/

Linguistic Field(s): Phonology

Subject Language(s): English

Call Deadline: 28-Feb-2014

Meeting Description:

The 10th annual meeting of the PAC project (La Phonologie de l'Anglais Contemporain: The Phonology of Contemporary English) will take place at Montpellier University (France) on the 26 and 27 May 2014.

The conference fee is 50 euros, which covers coffee breaks and two buffet lunches. The conference venue is the St. Charles research centre near the historic centre of Montpellier, served by the tram system, and within walking distance of many hotels in the centre of town.

Travel:

From within the EU: By high-speed train, or by plane to Montpellier airport.

From within the UK: There are flights to Montpellier aiport from Gatwick, and also low-cost flights direct from Edinburgh and Manchester airports to Béziers (just south of Montpellier), which is on a main rail line to Montpellier.

Accommodation:

A list of hotels will be emailed to participants once the programme has been drawn up.

Call for Papers:

The Phonology of Contemporary English
PAC (La phonologie de l’anglais contemporain/The phonology of contemporary English)
10th annual meeting, Montpellier University, France
Monday 26 – Tuesday 27 May 2014

PAC is a project which aims at (1) giving a better picture of spoken English in its unity and diversity (geographical, social and stylistic), (2) testing phonological and phonetic models from a synchronic, diachronic and variationist point of view, (3) favouring communication between phonological studies and speech specialists, (4) providing data and analyses which will help improve the teaching of English as a foreign language.

To achieve these goals our project is involved in the construction of a corpus of spoken English from a wide variety of locations in the anglophone world, on the basis of a common data-collection protocol. Recent developments within the PAC community are the emergence of ICE-IPAC (The interphonology of contemporary English) and LVTI (Language, Ville, Travail Identité), centring on identity and possible dialect levelling in the UK and France.

Abstracts are invited on any aspect of the phonology of any variety of contemporary English. Abstracts are not limited to scholars working within the PAC project.

Papers will last 20 minutes, plus 10 minutes for questions.

Anonymised abstracts (maximum one page of A4, excluding references; Word or PDF format) should be submitted to philip.carruniv-montp3.fr by Friday 28 February 2014.

Notification of acceptance will be given by Friday 14 March 2014.

PAC Management Board/ Conference Scientific Committee:

Inès Brulard (Université Toulouse II)
Basilio Calderone (Université Toulouse II)
Phil Carr (Université Montpellier III)
Jacques Durand (Emeritus Professor, Université Toulouse II)
Sophie Herment (Université Aix/Marseille)
Nadine Herry-Bénit (Université Paris 4)
Amélie Josselin-Rey (Université Toulouse II)
Takeki Kamiyama (Université Paris 8)
Véronique Lacoste (Freiburg University, Germany)
Anne Przewozny-Desriaux (Université Toulouse II)
Monika Pukli (Université Strasbourg)
Gabor Turcsan (Université Aix/Marseille)



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