There’s no fee to register; for planning purposes, we ask that you register before July 1 by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
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
[ The following is posted on behalf of Harry van der Hulst. ]
The Linguistics Department at the University of Connecticut (‘UConn’) yearly admits about five students to its graduate program, providing them with financial support (cf. below). We would like to bring to your attention that we strongly welcome applications from prospective students with an interest in phonology.
We characterize our approach as a formal phonology with solid cognitive and phonetic grounding. Our interests and expertise in phonology range from phonological theory in general (segmental and syllable structure, stress, vowel harmony etc.) to specific areas such as sign phonology, historical phonology, acquisition of phonology, loan phonology, syntax-phonology interface and phonology-phonetic interface theories.
Students should be prepared, during their first year, to take two introductory courses in each of the following areas: syntax, semantics, phonology and acquisition, before turning to their specific areas of specialization in the second year.
Please visit our web site to learn more about the department, the areas of interest and our faculty.
Please go to http://linguistics.uconn.edu/admissions/application.html for information about the application procedure. Also, if necessary, write to Željko Bošković or Susi Wurmbrand for additional information or contact me for specific questions about the phonology program.
— Harry van der Hulst