Phon-stuff at the LSA

Lots of interesting stuff going on at the upcoming Annual Meeting of the LSA in Anaheim in January, as can be appreciated from the 11-page preliminary program. There are lots of regular sessions dedicated to aspects of phonetics or phonology; these are quickly listed below the fold in case you’re interested in scanning them before tackling the whole program. (There are of course also many relevant talks tucked into various other sessions, most of them psycholinguistically-oriented from what I can tell.)

What I want to do here is draw attention to the following special organized sessions of particular interest to phoneticians/phonologists, etc.

  1. Plenary Panel — Phonology: An Appraisal of the Field in 2007
  2. Approaches to Language Complexity
  3. Endangered Languages and Linguistic Theory
  4. Towards an artificial grammar learning paradigm in phonology
  5. Paradigms in Morphological Change
  6. Symposium on Vowel Phonology and Ethnicity

Quick list of regular sessions dedicated to aspects of phonetics or phonology:

Thursday, January 4
Contrasts (4:00pm-5:30pm), Sociophonetics (5:30pm-7:00pm), Modelling Phonological Learning (4:00pm-7:00pm)

Friday, January 5
Prosody (9:00am-12:00pm), Phonetics and Phonology posters (13:00pm-14:30pm), Articulation (2:00pm-5:00pm), Stress, Accent and Tone (2:00pm-5:00pm)

Saturday, January 6
Sound Change (9:00am-12:00pm), Laryngeal Features (2:00pm-3:30pm), Complex Vowels (3:30pm-5:00pm)

Sunday, January 7
Approaches to Optimality (9:00am-12:00pm), Language Acquisition: Phonetics, Phonology and Morphology (9:00am-11:00am), Perceptual Cues (9:00am-1:00pm)

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