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Trends in Phonetics and Phonology

Studies from German-speaking Europe

Edited By Adrian Leemann, Marie-José Kolly, Stephan Schmid and Volker Dellwo

This volume was inspired by the 9th edition of the Phonetik & Phonologie conference, held in Zurich in October 2013. It includes state of the art research on phonetics and phonology in various languages and from interdisciplinary contributors. The volume is structured into the following eight sections: segmentals, suprasegmentals, articulation in spoken and sign language, perception, phonology, crowdsourcing phonetic data, second language speech, and arts (with inevitable overlap between these areas).
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Genesis of this volume

This volume was inspired by the 9th edition of the Phonetik & Phonologie conference, held in Zürich in October 2013. ‘Phonetik & Phonologie’ (P&P) conferences first came to life in 2004 in Potsdam, with Caroline Féry and Hubert Truckenbrodt being the two initiators of the P&P conferences. Along with the P&P conference came the P&P mailing list, which is frequently used to disseminate information on phonetics and phonology conferences in Europe. The idea of P&P was to provide an informal context for an exchange of research in phonetics and phonology that is currently taking place in German-speaking Europe. Traditionally, no registration fees are charged. Following its inception in Potsdam, the 2nd P&P took place in 2005 in Tübingen, followed by 2006 in Stuttgart, 2007 in Nijmegen, 2009 in Köln, 2010 in Frankfurt, 2011 in Osnabrück, and 2012 in Jena. In October 2013, the Phonetics Laboratory of the University of Zurich (UZH) hosted the 9th ‘Phonetik & Phonologie’ conference. This was the first time the conference was held in Switzerland.

The idea to host the 9th edition of P&P in Zurich came when Adrian Leemann and Marie-José Kolly attended the 8th P&P in Jena. The first call for papers for the 9th edition of the P&P conference went out on 14 January 2013, the second call was released...

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