OCP21 in Leipzig

Call for papers

We welcome submissions on any topic in phonology from any theoretical perspective and methodology. We invite abstracts for talks (20 minutes, followed by 10 minutes of discussion) or posters. We particularly welcome submissions from students and early career researchers. Everybody may submit maximally two abstracts, only one of which may be single-authored. Abstracts will be (blindly) peer-reviewed by an international panel of reviewers.

Note that the workshop Tone in Grammar has its own call for papers with the same deadline

Abstract guidelines

Max. 2 pages of A4 paper, including references, examples, tables and figures
12pt Times New Roman font or similar
1in (2.54cm) margins on all sides
The abstract must not reveal the identity of the author in any way
PDF format
Abstracts not following these guidelines will be rejected without review

Abstract submission, reviewing, and notification of acceptance will be handled using EasyAbs

Deadline of submission

September 15, 2023

Notification of acceptance

late October, 2023