Here, we bring you a list of phon and phon-relevant seminar series and reading groups:
- ACTL’s (Advanced Core Training in Linguistics) tone and intonation reading group: https://actlblog.wordpress.com/tone-and-intonation-reading-group/ (ACTL also has a Language in the Media reading group, with occasional phon readings).
- A collaborative effort by Uni Puerto Rico and Trinity College Dublin called Coffee and Sociolinguistics: https://www.facebook.com/coffeeandsociolinguistics. Also features phon readings.
- The Prosody Series at International Christian University, Japan: https://sites.google.com/info.icu.ac.jp/linglab/projects/iculinc/icu-linc
- Webinars by PronSig (Pronunciation Special Interest group at IATEFL): https://pronsig.iatefl.org/events/
- IndoPhon (Indian Phonetics and Phonology) working group seminars – topics not at all limited to Indian phon: https://indophon.wixsite.com/india
- UCL (University College London) Speech Science Forum: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/pals/research/speech-hearing-and-phonetic-sciences/speech-science-forum?collection=drupal-brain-sciences-events&meta_UclOrgUnit=%22Division+of+Psychology+and+Language+Sciences%22&f.Organisational+Units%7CUclOrgUnit=Speech%2C+Hearing+%26+Phonetic+Sciences&&ge_DateFilter=20201029
- Karee Garvin (Berkeley) and Hannah Sande (Georgetown) are running an open Zoom phonology seminar/reading group, currently 9:00am PDT/ 12:00 EDT. Email Karee at firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to the mailing list.
- Abralin ao vivo has hosted some fabulous linguistics livestreams: http://aovivo.abralin.org
- There’s, of course, our own SLS (=phon phun) seminars right here.
- University of Huddersfield hosts a series of Linguistics research seminars
Secondly, we’d like to advertise another online conference, New Sounds 2022. Note one prominent keynote presenter……