Call for papers

* the call for papers is now closed*

General Information

The Phonetics and Phonology in Europe (PaPE) conference is an interdisciplinary forum bringing together researchers interested in all areas of phonetics and phonology, both theoretical and applied, with a special focus on Laboratory Phonology. The series covers a wide variety of topics including tone and intonation, phonological theory, language acquisition, linguistic typology, and methodologies from fields as diverse as psycholinguistics, neurolinguistics and speech technology.

The Cologne PaPE conference, scheduled for June 12-14 2017, complements this broad mission with a more specific scientific aim, namely to contribute towards a fundamental integration of the fields of phonetics and phonology, highlighting the intrinsic relationship between the two. Submissions in any area of phonetics and phonology are welcome with special consideration given to papers addressing the conference’s integrative goal.

Submission Information

Abstracts should be written in English and not exceed one page of text (A4). In addition, references, examples and/or figures can optionally be included on a second page. If possible, use the MS Office Word template provided on the conference website. In any case, please use Times New Roman font, size 12, 1 inch margins and single spacing. Do not include author names or affiliations, and submit as property-free PDF file using author names separated by underscores as filename (e.g. smith_mueller_rossi_dejong.pdf).

Abstracts can be submitted from November 1 until December 16, 2016, using the following EasyChair link: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=pape2017. Abstracts may be submitted either for a ‘talk/poster’, or as a ‘poster only’. Authors may submit one abstract as first author and up to three abstracts as a co-author. Please indicate upon submission if the first author has student status. Choose at least one of the proposed conference Topics and at least three Keywords for your submission.

As with previous conferences in this series, selected papers will be published in established journals in the field of phonetics and phonology.

Submission guidelines 

Abstracts should be written in English and not exceed one page of text (A4). In addition, references, examples and/or figures can optionally be included on a second page.

A Word template for abstracts can be downloaded here.

Abstracts can be submitted from November 1 until December 16, 2016, using the Easychair link given above. Abstracts may be submitted either for a ‘talk/poster’, or as a ‘poster only’. Authors may submit one abstract as first author and up to three abstracts as a co-author.