LINGUIST List 19.1252
Sun Apr 13 2008
Editor for this issue: Stephanie Morse
16th Manchester Phonology Meeting
Message 1: 16th Manchester Phonology Meeting
From: Patrick Honeybone <patrick.honeyboneed.ac.uk>
Subject: 16th Manchester Phonology Meeting
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16th Manchester Phonology Meeting Short Title: 16MFM
Date: 22-May-2008 - 24-May-2008 Location: Manchester, United Kingdom Contact: Patrick Honeybone Contact Email: patrick.honeyboneed.ac.uk Meeting URL: http://www.englang.ed.ac.uk/mfm/16mfm.html
Linguistic Field(s): Phonology
The MFM is the UK's annual phonology conference, with an international set of organisers; it is held in late May every year in Manchester (central in the UK, easily accessible from the whole of the country, and with excellent international transport connections). The meeting has become a key conference for phonologists from all corners of the world, where anyone who declares themselves to be interested in phonology can submit an abstract on anything phonological in any phonological framework. In an informal atmosphere, we discuss a broad range of topics, including the phonological description of a wide variety of languages, issues in phonological theory, aspects of phonological acquisition and implications of phonological change.
Sixteenth Manchester Phonology Meeting
22-24 May 2008
Special session: 'Phonology and the Mental Lexicon' featuring Abby Cohn, Sarah Hawkins and Aditi Lahiri
The preliminary programme and booking details for the 16th Manchester Phonology Meeting are now available on the 16mfm website. All are welcome to attend and there is a discount on bookings received before the 2nd May.
NB: There seems to be a shortage of hotel rooms available in Manchester on 24th May (the night after the end of the conference). If you are planning to attend the conference and would like to stay that night, we recommend that you book accommodation immediately. Recommendations for accommodation booking are available on the mfm website.
Conference website: www.englang.ed.ac.uk/mfm/16mfm.html