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- The Association is pleased to announce the two winners of the Best Student Paper Award at the 4th International Workshop on Sound Change (WSC4): Jiseung Kim for her paper on Prosodic accommodation as a driver of sound change: Accommodation in Seoul Korean Accentual Phrase and Jonathan Manker for his paper on Abstractions or exemplars? How contextual information filters the acoustic signal and guides sound change.
- The Association journal Laboratory Phonology has been accepted into the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ).
- The Association is pleased to announce co-sponsorship of the IPS workshop on Abstraction, Diversity, and Speech Dynamics which will be held at Herrshing am Ammersee, 3-5 May 2017, and of the next Phonetics and Phonology in Europe (PaPE) conference, which will be held in Koeln, 12-14 June 2017.
- The first two articles in Volume 8 of Laboratory Phonology were published in January. Volume 7 began with an editorial by Mirjam Ernestus and Martine Grice announcing the new publication arrangments and contained seventeen articles, including six that were gathered into a special collection on Advancing Prosodic Transcription. Volumes 1 through 6 are available on the De Gruyter Mouton open access website for the journal.
- LabPhon16 will be held in Lisbon on 20-22 June 2018, with 19 & 23 June reserved for satellite workshops.
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The Association for Laboratory Phonology is a non-profit organization. The purpose of the association is to promote the scientific study of all aspects of the phonetics and phonology of spoken and signed languages through scholarly exchange across disciplines. The association is an international body open to scholars world-wide, and is committed to the advancement and diffusion of knowledge on the phonetics and phonology of all human languages.