Roundtable discussion on the Prosody of Pronouns 19.05.2021

Dear All, We are happy to announce the Roundtable discussion on the Prosody of Pronouns as part of the phonology colloquium, featuring talks by Marlene Böttcher, Fabian Schubö & Sabine Zerbian (U Stuttgart), Seunghun Lee (Christian U Tokyo), Tina Bögel (U Konstanz/ U Amherst), Anja Arnhold, Regina Hert & Juhani Järvikivi (U Alberta), Markus Bader (GU), and Frank Kügler (GU). All information including abstracts can be found at: https://www.linguistik-in-frankfurt.de/en/institute/phonology-kugler/roundtable-prosody-of-pronouns/ Date: 19.05.2021 Time: 15.00 – 18.30 CET Location: Zoom Please register beforehand (Kuegler@em.uni-frankfurt.de) to receive the access data to zoom! All are welcome! /frank...
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Phonetik & Phonologie 17 (GU) Call for abstracts

Phonetik & Phonologie 17 – Goethe Universität Frankfurt Die Frankfurter Phonetik und Phonologie freut sich auf die Ausrichtung der diesjährigen P&P-17! Wir laden herzlich ein zur Einreichung von Abstracts zu allen Bereichen der Phonetik und Phonologie. Insbesondere ermutigen wir Nachwuchswissenschaftler*innen zur Teilnahme. Wie bisher auch planen wir einen Mix aus Vorträgen und Postern und bitten dies bei der Einreichung und bei der Angabe zum Präsentationsformat zu bedenken.  Einreichungen: Abstracts (max. 300 Wörter ohne Literaturverzeichnis; anonymisiert) bis spätestens 30. Mai 2021 unter Easychair: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=pp2021. Tagungsort: Goethe Universität Frankfurt, aus gegebenem Anlass virtuell über ein geeignetes Tool (weitere Informationen dazu folgen) Konferenzsprache: Konferenzsprache ist grundsätzlich Deutsch; Beiträge auf Englisch werden akzeptiert Wichtige Daten: Easychair Portal öffnet                    30.04.2021 Einreichungen bitte bis                   30.05.2021 Mitteilung über Annahme              30.06.2021 Anmeldung bis                                  15.08.2021 Tagung                                      ...
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Roundtable on Hungarian Intonation 20.01.2021

Dear all, we are happy to announce the Roundtable on Hungarian Intonation as part of the Phonology Colloquium. Date: Wed 20. January 2021 Time: 15.00 (sharp) - approx. 18.30 Location: Zoom Please register beforehand (Kuegler@em.uni-frankfurt.de) to receive the access data to zoom! A schedule of the talks can be found here: https://www.linguistik-in-frankfurt.de/institut/lehrstuhl-phonologie-kugler/roundtable-on-hungarian-prosody-20-01-2021/ All are welcome! /frank...
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Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year

Dear colleagues, students and guests of the Institute of Linguistics. The year is coming to an end and we would like to take this opportunity to wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Enjoy a few peaceful days and recharge your batteries for the new year. Stay healthy - we look forward to seeing you again next year, even if virtually. Best regards Your Institute of Linguistics...
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Talk by Christiane Ulbrich (U Konstanz)

We are very happy to announce the next talk in our phonology colloquium this term. Christiane Ulbrich (U Konstanz) will talk about "Speech accommodation in L2" The talk will take place online, on Zoom. Please register beforehand (Kuegler@em.uni-frankfurt.de) to receive the access data to zoom! Christine Ulbrich: Title: Speech accommodation in L2 Time: 09. December 2020, 4 pm ct Abstract: In this talk, I am presenting the results of a series of experiments on speech accommodation to address two issues. (i) Even though research has dealt with such accommodation effects since the 1970s, the mechanisms behind the process(es) are still not very well understood. Some believe that accommodation is a dynamic process that speakers strategically apply to gain social approval and to attain communicational efficiency. Others proposes accommodation to be largely automatic. The question is how these two mechanisms can be observed in non-native speech. In other words, provided that a desire of non-native speakers to archive a high level of intelligibility can be assumed, does...
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