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WCCFL Conference


29th West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics


Conference Information

The Department of Linguistics at the University of Arizona is pleased to invite you to WCCFL 29 at the University of Arizona in Tucson, Arizona on April 22-24, 2011. The conference will have special sessions on two major themes:

  • Endangered Languages: Work (from any theoretical perspective) based on the documentation and analysis of any endangered language or language group, including American Indian languages.
  • Methodology and Modeling: theoretical approaches to modeling grammar using various methodologies, especially experimental, computational and those inspired by consideration of the biological foundations of language.


Invited Speakers

Susanne Gahl, University of California, Berkeley

Norvin Richards, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Tom Bever, University of Arizona

Contact Information

Contact us at: wccfl2011@gmail.com

The WCCFL Communications Committee: Heidi Harley, Chenchun E, Amy Fountain, and Alex Trueman.