International Child Phonology Conference   (ICPC 2018)

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ICPC 2018 will be held on 18-20 June 2018 at the Great Arsenali Conference Center in the old Venetian Harbor in Chania, Crete, Greece.
Following the conference, there will be a full-day excursion (here).

The International Child Phonology Conference 2018 will host original research on all aspects of children's language development and use in L1, bilingualism, multilingualism, dialects, and early second language acquisition, in typical and atypical (delayed/disordered) contexts. ICPC encourages a multi- and inter-disciplinary approach across phonology, phonetics, relationships between phonological development and other aspects of language acquisition, production and perception, psycholinguistics, cognitive linguistics, neurolinguistics, clinical phonetics and linguistics, sign language, acoustics, computational modelling, educational linguistics, and the application of new technologies. Theoretical, experimental, observational, and computational contributions are welcome. Oral presentations receive maximum exposure: one session at a time - no parallel sessions. 

Special Lectures (here)

ICPC 2018 will include three special lectures by:
Barbara Höhle, University of Potsdam, Germany
David Ingram, Arizona State University, USA
Conxita Lleó, University of Hamburg, Germany

Symposium in honor of David Ingram (here)

ICPC 2018 organizes a special symposium in honor of David Ingram of Arizona State University.  

Special Symposia (here)

Besides contributions to regular oral and poster sessions, ICPC 2018 invites the organization of special symposia, each comprising 3-6 oral presentations.

Call for papers (here)

Important Dates

Submission deadline for symposia proposals: 20 November 2017
Abstract submission deadline for regular sessions and symposia: 20 January 2018
Date of notification: by 20 February 2018
Early registration deadline: 30 April 2018
Registration deadline for presenting authors: 30 April 2018