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CUNY Phonology Forum

CUNY CONFERENCE ON THE SEGMENT

CUNY MA/PhD Program in Linguistics, in collaboration with the CUNY Phonology Forum, cosponsored the CUNY Conference on the Segment January 11—13, 2012. This page lists all the papers in alphabetical order by first author. This includes abstracts, slides and audio files for all the papers (except some slides are still outstanding as of 25 January, 2012).

If you are interested in the original conference schedule, click here (in PDF format).

The original call for papers is here (also in PDF format).

Acknowledgments.

This conference, as well as the preceding ones, would not have been possible without the effective and enthusiastic assistance provided by students in the CUNY Graduate Center's Graduate Program in Linguistics. We thank these volunteers: Ylana Beller, Eric Chambers, Kate Dawson, Wendy Dorsett, Laurie Gluck, Stephanie Kakadelis, Emily Long, Christen Madsen (Student Wrangler par excellence), Ignacio Montoya, Tsion Yi, and Namseok Yong.

The unfailingly professional and efficient support provided by the CUNY Graduate Center's Facilities and Security departments has also been invaluable. Chuck Cairns (CUNY) and Eric Raimy (University of Wisconsin) are primarily responsible for managing this website and organizing the public events. The CUNY collaborators are Professors Juliette Blevins, Dianne Bradley, Ann Delilkan, Kathleen Currie Hall, and Robert Vago.

LISTEN TO THE TALKS, READ THE ABSTRACTS AND VIEW THE SLIDES.

Clicking on the name of the paper below will lead you to the abstract. For the sound files and other material, please follow the links as indicated. Papers are listed by the first author's last name. Note that all slides are in PDF format.

Clicking on the name of an author will lead to his or her website (if available). Email contact for first lead author and/or presenter (and some co-aouthors, as the information becomes available) is also provided below.

Organizers:

Chuck Cairns, CUNY, and Eric Raimy University of Wisconsin

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