CUNY CONFERENCE ON THE FEATURE IN PHONOLOGY AND PHONETICS
CUNY MA/PhD Program in Linguistics, in collaboration with the CUNY Phonology Forum, will cosponsor the CUNY
Conference on the Feature in Phonology and Phonetics, January 16-18, 2013.
The final program for the conference is here (in PDF format): Final Schedule for the Feature Conference.
Links to the abstracts are here, in alphabetical order by first author: Feature Conference Abstracts.
Information about hotels, the location of the conference, and getting around New York is
here: Hotel and other practical information.
|Registration fees include|
|Reception during the first evening of the conference (simultaneous with the poster session)|
|Coffee service during the three morning and afternoon sessions|
|Attendance at all talks|
|Attendance at the poster session|
|It is our custom to hold a celebratory dinner at a local Asian Buffet the last night of the conference, which is
economical but not included in the registration fee.|
|Registration (if you inform us on or before 2 January, 2013; you may pay on-site)|
|Late Registration (if you inform us after 2 January, 2013)|
How to Register
|Please send an email to email@example.com
with the word "register" in the subject line, stating the following information: Your name, your institutional affiliation, and
whether or not you are a student.|
How to pay
|To pay before the conference, please write a check in US dollars payable to "The Graduate Center Foundation,"
with the memo note "CUNY Phonology Forum" on the check. Please mail the check to:|
|Ms. Nishi Bissoondial|
|Graduate Program in Linguistics|
|CUNY Phonology Forum|
|CUNY Graduate Center|
|365 Fifth Avenue|
|New York, NY 10016|
|We are not
able to receive credit card payments.|
We highly encourage participants to register and pay as soon as possible -- this conference is supported entirely by registration
fees and our cash flow depends on early receipt of funds.
To contact the organizers with any comments or questions, please send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Chuck Cairns, CUNY, and Eric Raimy University of Wisconsin
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