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extended deadline: psycholinguistics in san sebastian

The 10th International Conference for Psycholinguistics, to be held at the Basque Center for Cognitive Science in Sebastian, extended the deadline until December 21.
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deadline extended: international seminar on speech production

The next International Seminar on Speech Production will take place next summer in Montreal. Here’s the call for papers: We are pleased to announce that the the ninth International Seminar on Speech Production (ISSP’11) will be held in Montreal, Canada from June 20th to 23rd, 2011. ISSP’11 is the continuation of a series of seminars […]
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phonology in the 21 century: in honor of glyne piggott

When: May 7-9 2011 Where: McGill University ‘Phonology in the 21st Century: In Honour of Glyne Piggott’ is a conference to honour Glyne Piggott, who retired in May 2010 from McGill University. For over forty years, Prof. Piggott has been a supporter of the highest quality research in phonology. He is well recognized for maintaining […]
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workshop on focus and topic at glow 34 in vienna

Next year’s glow in vienna will include a workshop on the phonological marking of focus and topic, organized by Edwin Williams. Note that this workshop has a separate submission site on easy chair. Call Deadline: 01-Nov-2010 Meeting Description: GLOW 34 will be hosted by the department of linguistics, University of Vienna Colloquium: April 28-30, 2011, […]
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very-large-scale phonetics research

UPenn is hosting a workshop on New tools and methods for very-large-scale phonetics research, on January 28-30, 2011. Here’s the call for papers: The field of phonetics has experienced two revolutions in the last century: the advent of the sound spectrograph in the 1950s and the application of computers beginning in the 1970s. Today, advances […]
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issp in montreal

The next International Seminar on Speech Production will take place next summer in Montreal. Here’s the call for papers: We are pleased to announce that the the ninth International Seminar on Speech Production (ISSP’11) will be held in Montreal, Canada from June 20th to 23rd, 2011. ISSP’11 is the continuation of a series of seminars […]
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6th international workshop on language production

This looks like it’s going to be an interesting event, conveniently scheduled right before AMLaP at York University: The School of Psychology at The University of Dundee and the Department of Psychology at The University of Edinburgh are pleased to announce the 6th International Workshop on Language Production. The workshop is dedicated to fostering an […]
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cornell workshop on grammar induction

Another reminder about the Cornell Workshop on Grammar Induction, which is coming closer. The workshop features quite an amazing line up of talks: Cornell Workshop on Grammar Induction will bring together researchers from the fields of linguistics, psychology, and computer science who work on issues of learning and learnability in language. Our goal is to […]
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syracuse interface workshop

Arsalan Kahnemuyipour and Jaklin Kornfilt have organized an interface workshop at Syracuse University. You can download the program with abstracts here. Here’s the schedule (Friday April 23 and Saturday April 24): Friday April 23, 2010 Morning Session HL (Hall of Languages) 107 8:00 am Coffee and bagels 8:45 am Opening remarks Chair: Jaklin Kornfilt, Syracuse […]
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some prosody stuff at cns

The CNS annual meeting in Montréal is looming. Here are some links to prosody-related posters from the website. This list is not intended to be complete in any way, it’s just what I saw while gleaning through the list in the last 15min: Session D Sunday April 18 5:00 – 7:00 pm D32 When Prosodic […]
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