Princeton Phonology Forum 2022

The third meeting of the Princeton Phonology Forum (PɸF 2022) will be held on December 2-3, 2022.

PɸF 2022 aims to bring phonologists, morphologists, and syntacticians together to discuss the wheres and whens of affixation, which we take to include the following sorts of phenomena, both from an empirical and theoretical perspective:

  • Infixation
  • Mobile affixation
  • Affix ordering effects/paradoxes
  • Allomorphy involving different affix positions
  • Multiple exponence involving different affix positions
  • Opacity effects in affix positioning

The workshop will be hybrid: attendees are welcome in person at Princeton (see venue details below) or virtually on Zoom. We will also be making use of Discord.

Registration is free, but is required for both in-person and virtual attendance (see registration form below). Please note that we will only be circulating the Zoom and Discord links to registered attendees.



Speakers

Peter Arkadiev (University of Zurich)
Karlos Arregi (University of Chicago)
Johanna Benz (University of Pennsylvania)
Nikita Bezrukov (Princeton University)
Hossep Dolatian (Stony Brook University)
Laura Kalin (Princeton University)
Yuni Kim (University of Surrey)
Yury Lander (HSE University, Moscow)
Stela Manova (University of Vienna)
Mary Paster (Pomona College)
Nicholas Rolle (Leibniz-ZAS)
Milena Šereikaitė (Princeton University)
Alan Yu (University of Chicago)
Sam Zukoff (University of California, Los Angeles)



Schedule and abstracts

The schedule and abstracts are posted at this link.



Registration

Registration is free, and registrants are welcome to attend in person or virtually. If you plan to attend, please complete the following registration form: 

https://forms.gle/R5UpBHXHDGJUXRwk6



Venue, transportation, and lodging

The workshop will be held at the Friend Center, in the Convocation Room (rm 113). For more information about the workshop venue, transportation to the Princeton area, and lodging in Princeton, click here.



Contact information

Organizers: Laura Kalin and Florian Lionnet

Email addresses: lkalin@princeton.edu, flionnet@princeton.edu

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