Annual Meeting on Phonology 2019
We are seeking high-quality unpublished research in all areas of theoretical, experimental, and computational phonology for presentation at the 2019 Annual Meeting on Phonology (AMP 2019), to take place October 11-13, 2019 and hosted by the Linguistics Department at the Stony Brook University. This is the seventh installment of the Annual Meetings on Phonology, following the 2013 inaugural meeting at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, and subsequent meetings hosted by MIT, UBC/SFU, USC, NYU and UCSD.
This year's conference features two workshops entitled “Advances in Computational Phonology” and “The Phonology-Syntax Interface in the World’s Languages” with associated tutorials and invited speakers. We are particularly interested in high-quality research submissions that address the themes of these workshops.
We invite abstracts for either oral presentations or poster presentations. Abstracts must be anonymous, so please be sure to eliminate any identifying information and metadata from the document. Length is limited to a maximum of two single-spaced pages (US Letter), figures and references included. Font size should be 12-point, with margins of at least one inch (2.54cm) left on all sides. Abstracts must be submitted in .pdf file format.
Submissions are limited to three per author, with at most one submission being single-authored.
The deadline for abstract submission is Monday, June 3, 11:59pm EST (23:59 GMT-5).
Abstract submission link: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=amp2019.
- Jane Chandlee (Haverford College)
- Lauren Clemens (University at Albany)
- Taylor Miller (SUNY Oswego)
- Stephanie Shih (University of Southern California)
All questions about the conference should be emailed to email@example.com.
All presentations (in both the general and workshop sessions) are eligible for publication in the open-access on-line conference proceedings hosted by the Linguistic Society of America. Oral presentations will appear in the main Proceedings and poster presentations will appear in the Supplemental Proceedings.