24.4650, Calls: Phonology, Phonetics, Typology/Netherlands

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Subject: 24.4650, Calls: Phonology, Phonetics, Typology/Netherlands

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Date: Thu, 21 Nov 2013 10:00:16
From: Jeffrey Heinz [heinz at udel.edu]
Subject: Leiden Conference on Word Stress / Word Accent

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Full Title: Leiden Conference on Word Stress / Word Accent 

Date: 15-Aug-2014 - 17-Aug-2014
Location: Leiden, Netherlands 
Contact Person: Rob Goedemans
Meeting Email: StressTyp2 at hum.leidenuniv.nl

Linguistic Field(s): Phonetics; Phonology; Typology 

Call Deadline: 01-Feb-2014 

Meeting Description:

The aim of this workshop is to bring together researchers and scholars interested in the nature of word stress and word accent in the world's languages. 

Invited Speakers: 

S. L. Anya Lunden (College of William & Mary)
Carlos Gussenhoven (Nijmegen University) 
Jeff Heinz (University of Delaware)
Vincent van Heuven (Fryske Academie)
Harry van der Hulst (University of Connecticut)
Larry Hyman (UC Berkeley)
Haruo Kubonozo (National Institute for Japanese Linguistics, Tokyo)
Keren Rice (University of Toronto)
Hisao Tokizaki (Sapporo University)

This workshop is a follow-up conference to the workshops on Stress and Accent in 2010 and 2011 at the University of Connecticut and in 2012 at the University of Delaware. It is supported by grant no. 1123692 from the National Science Foundation and The Leiden University Centre for Linguistics.

Call for Papers:

Leiden Conference on Word Stress / Word Accent
Special theme “The Phonetics of Word Stress and Accent”
Leiden University 
August 15-17, 2014 

In addition to an exciting set of invited talks by leading scholars, we invite papers and posters concerning all aspects of stress and accent. We especially encourage submissions addressing the special theme of this workshop. Abstracts should be submitted in PDF format via the EasyAbs system at the following URL: 

https://www.jotform3.leidenuniv.nl/form/33190921174

Abstracts can be submitted between November 2013 and February 1, 2014. Authors should remove identifying information from the abstract. Abstracts should be at most 1 page in length with at most an additional page for examples, references, diagrams, etc. 

Important Dates: 

Submission deadline: February 1, 2014 
Paper/poster notifications: March 3, 2014







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