OCP21 in Leipzig
The 21st Old World Conference in Phonology (OCP21) will be held in person in Leipzig (Germany), on February 14 - February 16, 2024. It is hosted by the Department of Linguistics, Leipzig University. OCP21 will span over three days and is accompanied by the satellite workshop Tone in Grammar, which will take place on February 13.
History of the OCP
OCP is an annual event gathering researchers specializing in phonology and related fields, interested in both theoretical and experimental issues. It was founded in 2003 by a group of linguists from the Leiden University Center for Linguistics and the Meertens Institute, and has since grown into an international forum attended by both senior and junior linguists. Since then, OCP has been hosted in different places mainly in Europe: Warsaw, Verona, London, Düsseldorf, Budapest, Barcelona, Leiden, Istanbul, Berlin, Marrakech, Nice, Edinburgh, Toulouse, Rhodes, Budapest, Tromsø, Amsterdam, Leiden, Eivissa, Donostia/San Sebastian and Tours.
University of Manchester
University of Surrey
University of California at Santa Cruz
Dinner on Feb 15: Dinner will take place at Zhang Zhang
Rachel Walker's slides are here
Armel Jolin, Katie McCann, Marie-Luise Popp, Razieh Shojaei, Galya Sim, Sören E. Tebay, Jochen Trommer, Eva Zimmermann
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