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- The Association is pleased to announce co-sponsorship of the upcoming 7th Conference on Tone and Intonation in Europe , which will be held 1-3 September 2016, at the University of Canterbury in Kent.
- The Executive Council of the Association for Laboratory Phonology and the Editor-in-chief of the Association journal Laboratory Phonology have posted a position description for a new Administrative Assistant / Editorial Assistant.
- Congratulations on a very well-attended and vibrant LabPhon15 and satellite workshops. LabPhon16 will be held in Lisbon in 2018. Provisional dates are 20-22 June for the main conference with 19 & 23 June reserved for satellite workshops.
- The results of the election were announced at the annual meeting of members of the Association of Laboratory Phonology on 15 July 2016. Welcome new Executive Council members Mariapaola D'Imperio, Lisa Davidson, Janet Fletcher, and Stefanie Shattuck-Hufnagel.
- The journal Laboratory Phonology is now published in open access online format by Ubiquity Press, with full financial support provided by LingOA with long-term funding provided by the Open Library of Humanities (OLH). Go to the journal's web site to submit a paper or become a reviewer. The first articles in Volume 7 appeared in March, 2016, along with an editorial by the new Editor-in-Chief Mirjam Ernestus and the Association Presisent Martine Grice.
- As the journal Laboratory Phonology transitions to open access format via Ubiquity Press and Linguistics in Open Access, we are pleased to announce that the journal's first six volumes (2010 - 2015) are freely available via Mouton de Gruyter's website.
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.