The April 30 workshop at the University of Connecticut on Word Accent looks like it’ll be quite a meeting. http://www.linguistics.uconn.edu/wordaccent/abstract.html
With great sadness, we note the passing of Hank Rogers of the University of Toronto. Follow the link to the obituary in the Globe and Mail.
Haven’t seen a post on this conference yet, but it looks exciting. The first SignTyp Conference is going on at the University of Connecticut this coming June. SignTyp is organized by Harry van der Hulst and Rachel Channon. From the description:
The First SignTyp conference is supported by a NSF grant (BCS-0544944) the aim of which is to establish a crosslinguistic sign phonology and phonetics database. Van der Hulst and Channon are the principal investigators on this project.
The link above is to the conference website. A program with abstracts is available from the site, as well as the usual conference information.