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Theoretical Issues in Contemporary Phonology: Reading Tobias Scheer
Paris, February 6-8, 2014
Tobias Scheer (senior researcher at the CNRS, affiliated with the lab Bases, Corpus, Langages of the University Nice Sophia Antipolis) is internationally recognized as one of the most influential protagonists of the French tradition in formal and generative linguistics.
His work spreads across a number of areas in contemporary phonology within a framework which has become known as ''CVCV'' or ''strict CV''. He is the author of over sixty research papers and three books published by Mouton de Gruyter (for a list of publications, see www.unice.fr/dsl/tobweb/papers.htm).
This workshop provides a venue to discuss Tobias' contributions to theoretical phonology through invited contributions by leading international researchers. This event thus speaks of the quality of the French tradition in theoretical and formal phonology within a network of international relations of the highest caliber.
The invited talks are complemented by a poster section.
Scroll down this page for the workshop program and practical information.
The workshop will be held on February 6-8 in Paris. The workshop venue is:
Detailed information on how to reach the workshop venue is available here.
The workshop will meet in different rooms on different days:
The registration fees are as follows:
The registration fee can be paid on the conference site. Let us know if you are planning to attend, by dropping a line to Sophie Wauquier at firstname.lastname@example.org.
February, Thursday 6th
Section 1: Phonological issues
Salle Lombard (96 bvd Raspail)
February, Friday 7th
Session 2: Interface issues
Salle Lombard (96 bvd Raspail)
February, Saturday 8th
Session 3: Phonological & epistemological issues
Salle 8 (105 bvd Raspail)
February, Friday 7th — 15h15-16h
Salle 4 (105 bvd Raspail)
Practical information (accommodation, transportation, etcetera)
Information concerning accommodations is available here, including a list of hotels close to the workshop venue.
Information concerning transportation in Paris is available here, including detailed instructions on how to reach the workshop venue.
Some more practical information about what to do in Paris is available here, including some suggestions for places to eat close to the workshop venue.
For any question
Please contact Isabelle Biercewicz (email@example.com) for practical issues and Sophie Wauquier (firstname.lastname@example.org) for all other issues.
This workshop is co-organized by the following six laboratories:
The organizing committee consists of: M. de Fornel & P. Encrevé, (EHESS); J. Brandão de Carvalho, G. Magri & S. Wauquier (UMR SFL, Université Paris 8); G. Bergounioux (UMR LLL, Universités d'Orléans et de Tours); E. Carpitelli & S. Mellet (UMR BCL, Université Nice Sophia Antipolis); S. Benjaballah & Ph. Ségéral (UMR LLF, Université Paris 7); B. Laks (Modyco, Paris 10).
Support from the following institutions is gratefully acknowledged: