14.376, Calls: Phonology/GLOW 4

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Subject: 14.376, Calls: Phonology/GLOW 4

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Date:  Wed, 05 Feb 2003 13:02:25 +0000
From:  honeybop at edgehill.ac.uk
Subject:  Manchester Phonology Meeting, UK

Date:  Thu, 06 Feb 2003 04:38:50 +0000
From:  kimsy at sejong.ac.kr
Subject:  Generative Linguistics in the Old World, Korea

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Date:  Wed, 05 Feb 2003 13:02:25 +0000
From:  honeybop at edgehill.ac.uk
Subject:  Manchester Phonology Meeting, UK

11th Manchester Phonology Meeting

Short Title: 11mfm
Location: Manchester, United Kingdom
Date: 22-MAY-03 - 24-MAY-03

Call Deadline: 23-Feb-2003

Web Site: http://www.edgehill.ac.uk/acadepts/humarts/english/11mfm.html
Contact Person: Patrick Honeybone
Meeting Email: honeybop at edgehill.ac.uk

Linguistic Subfield(s):
Historical Linguistics, Phonetics, Phonology

Meeting Description:


Deadline for abstracts: Sunday 23 February 2003

Special session: 'Historical Phonology and Phonological Theory'

Held at the University of Manchester, UK; organised in collaboration
with Edge Hill College, the University of Newcastle upon Tyne, the
Universite Toulouse-Le Mirail and the Universite Montpellier-Paul

Conference website: http://www.edgehill.ac.uk/acadepts/humarts/english/11mfm.html

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We are pleased to announce our Eleventh Manchester Phonology Meeting
(11mfm). For the past ten years, this meeting has been one of the key
conferences for phonologists from all corners of the world. In an
informal atmosphere, we discuss a wide range of topics, including the
phonological description of languages, phonological theory,
phonological acquisition, phonological change and the interface
between phonology and neighbouring disciplines (phonetics,
sociolinguistics, psycholinguistics, etc.) We therefore invite
abstracts for full papers or poster presentations from phonologists,
phoneticians, psychologists, sociolinguists, computational linguists -
in short, anyone interested in exploring current models of
phonological theory and the (cognitive, phonetic, sociological,
computational...) implications of such work. Presentations on a
variety of languages are welcome. Full papers will last around 30
minutes with around 10 minutes for questions, and the poster session
is a key part of the mfm, lasting one and a half hours, with a
carefully limited number of posters.

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There is no conference theme - abstracts can be submitted on anything,
but, following the success of such sessions in previous years, a
special themed session has been organised for Friday afternoon by
Ricardo Bermudez-Otero (Newcastle), Patrick Honeybone (Edge Hill) and
Nigel Vincent (Manchester). This will feature invited speakers and
will conclude in an open discussion session when contributions from
the audience will be very welcome.

SESSION TITLE: 'Historical Phonology And Phonological Theory'

Historical perspectives have long helped to shape phonological theory,
and historical phonologists have long sought to test the validity of
theoretical models using data from phonological change. There is, for
example, a long tradition of enquiry that uses evidence from
historical change (e.g. processes of lenition) to probe the nature and
structure of phonological representations. The importance that
theoretical phonologists have placed on historical data has varied
over the years, but it is currently proving to be uniquely relevant to
theoretical debates in several phonological fields. Diachronic
evidence has a direct bearing on the nature and status of markedness
constraints, which take on a central role in the phonological grammar
in the model of Optimality Theory; however, several critics of OT have
argued that markedness generalizations are in fact mere epiphenomena
of recurrent processes of diachronic change, and, as these are driven
by performance factors, they should be excluded from 'phonology'
proper. For other authors, these performance factors are the direct
base of phonology. It is also the case that the rise of strictly
parallel approaches to the morphology-phonology interface, such as OT,
has posed a challenge to long-accepted views of the life cycle of
phonological patterns, according to which rules tend to rise from
lower to higher phonological strata in the course of their historical
evolution. These are some of the issues that will be addressed in the
session, along with the discussion of our speakers' diachronic data.

SPEAKERS (in alphabetical order):
* Mark Hale (Concordia)
* Paul Kiparsky (Stanford)
* Aditi Lahiri (Konstanz)
* April McMahon (Sheffield)

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Abstracts for the 11mfm should be sent to Patrick Honeybone by email
(honeybop at edgehill.ac.uk) by **23rd February 2003**. Abstracts should
be no longer than one side of A4, with 2.5cm or one inch margins,
single-spaced, with a font size no smaller than 12 and with normal
character spacing. All examples and references in the abstract should
be included on the one single page, but it is enough, when referring
to previous work, to cite ''Author (Date)'' without giving full
bibliographical details. Please send two copies of your abstract - one
of these should be anonymous and one should include your name,
affiliation and email. Use one of these formats: Word, pdf, or plain
text. If you need to use a phonetic font in your abstract, use the
SILdoulos93 font, which can be downloaded for free from this site:

Submission of your abstract will be acknowledged by email. Please feel
free to get in touch if you are worried that it has not been received.

*Further details* concerning abstract submission are available on the
conference website - please make sure that you consult these before
submitting an abstract:

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This is the mfm organising committee. The first named is the main
organiser - if you would like to attend or if you have any queries
please feel free to get in touch (honeybop at edgehill.ac.uk, or phone
+44 (0)1695 584244).

* Patrick Honeybone (Edge Hill College of Higher Education)
* Ricardo Bermudez-Otero (University of Newcastle upon Tyne)
* Wiebke Brockhaus-Grand (University of Manchester)
* Philip Carr (Universite de Montpellier - Paul Valery)
* Jacques Durand (Universite de Toulouse - Le Mirail)
* Nigel Vincent (University of Manchester)			

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Date:  Thu, 06 Feb 2003 04:38:50 +0000
From:  kimsy at sejong.ac.kr
Subject:  Generative Linguistics in the Old World, Korea

4th Generative Linguistics in the Old World
in Asia 2003

Short Title: Glow in Asia
Location: Seoul, Korea, Republic of
Date: 21-Aug-2003 - 24-Aug-2003
Call Deadline: 28-Feb-2003

Contact Person: Keun-Won Sohn
Meeting Email:
Linguistic Subfield(s): General Linguistics

Meeting Description:

THE 4th GLOW IN ASIA 2003, an international conference on theoretical
linguistics, will be held at Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea,
on August 21-23, 2003. Two additional workshops focusing on scrambling
and wh-movement will be held on August 24, 2003.


Local Organizers
The Korean Generative Grammar Circle
Language Research Institute at Seoul National University

Abstracts for the main session are invited from all areas of
theoretical linguistics. The main session will consist of
approximately 20 talks. Each speaker will be allotted 45 minutes with
15 minutes for discussion. Abstracts for the two workshops on
scrambling and wh-movement are also invited. Each presentation for the
workshops will be allotted 20 minutes with 10 minutes for
discussion. Please specify whether your abstract is for the main
session or for one of the workshops. An author may submit at most one
individual and one joint abstract. Abstract submission by fax or
e-mail will not be accepted.

Invited Speakers:
Main Session:	Anders Holmberg (University of Durham)
Workshops:	Mamoru Saito (Nanzan University), Norvin Richards (MIT)

Abstract Submission (both for the main session and for the workshops)

Please send
(a) 	10 copies of an anonymous two-page abstract, 1-inch margins on all
        four sides,12pt font,
(b)	a camera-ready original of the abstract with the author's name and
        affiliation, and
(c) 	a separate sheet indicating
-	whether it is for the main session or for the workshops
-	the title of the paper
-	the author's name
-	affiliation
-	mailing address
-	e-mail address
-	telephone number
-	status (student or non-student)

THE 4th GLOW IN ASIA Selection Committee
c/o Prof. Keun-Won Sohn
Hannam Univeristy
Dept. of English Education
133 Ojung-dong Daeduk-gu
Daejeon, Korea (zip code: 306-791)

Abstract Submission Deadline:
February 28, 2003

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