Update, June 1, 2019: the conference proceedings are now published here!
We invite all authors of oral presentations and poster presentations, as well as invited speakers and workshop leaders, to submit papers based on their talks or posters to the Proceedings of the Annual Meeting on Phonology, distributed by the Linguistic Society of America. See here for more background.
Proceedings papers are due Friday, February 15, 2019 at 11:59pm Pacific Standard Time.
Papers accepted for oral presentations, invited talks, and workshop talks will be published in the Proceedings. Papers accepted for poster presentations will be published in the Supplementary Proceedings. Both sections of the proceedings appear online only.
Citation Information and Editors
To cite a paper from the volume:
Lastname, Firstname. 2019. “Title.” In Katherine Hout, Anna Mai, Adam McCollum, Sharon Rose & Matthew Zaslansky (eds.), Proceedings of the 2018 Annual Meeting on Phonology. Washington, DC: Linguistic Society of America. URL.
Lastname, Firstname. 2019. “Title.” In Katherine Hout, Anna Mai, Adam McCollum, Sharon Rose & Matthew Zaslansky (eds.), Supplemental Proceedings of the 2018 Annual Meeting on Phonology. Washington, DC: Linguistic Society of America. URL.
The editors can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The upper page limit for proceedings papers based on oral presentations and posters is 12 single-spaced pages. The upper page limit for proceedings papers submitted by invited speakers and workshop leaders is 15 single-spaced pages; there is no minimum paper length.
When you upload your paper, you will be asked to provide a 100-200 word abstract. This abstract should not be included within the paper itself.
The style sheet for proceedings papers is available as a LaTeX class file (phonologyproceedings.cls) or in a Microsoft Word document, which describe and illustrate the file. Both can be downloaded below. Note that due to font differences between Times vs. Times New Roman, and differences in how spacing is calculated in LaTeX vs. Word, the pagination differs somewhat between the two versions.
If you do not use either LaTeX or Microsoft Word, please download the files for the LaTeX version and consult the PDF file (stylesheet.pdf) in order to prepare your document according to the specifications using your preferred word processor.
We encourage all authors to follow the revised LSA Guidelines for Inclusive Language.
The proceedings will be submitted directly to the LSA proceedings website:
If you have previously submitted to AMP and have a username, please login here:
Please make note of the following points:
- You will be required to enter an abstract, in the range of 100–200 words.
- Papers that were presented orally will appear in the Proceedings; posters will appear in the Supplemental Proceedings.
- If your paper has multiple authors, please be sure to enter all of their names and contact information by clicking “Add author” at step 3.
Please let us know at email@example.com if you have any trouble with the submission process.
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