The CUNY Phonology Forum, the CUNY Initiative for Endangered Languages and the Graduate Program in Linguistics at the CUNY Graduate Center cosponsored the CUNY Conference on the Phonology of Endangered Languages 12 through 14, January, 2011.

Invited Speakers

Keren Rice (University of Toronto) Where does “r” come from and what does it tell us about Fort Good Hope Dene morphology?

Amanda Miller (Ohio State University) New Types of Complex and Contour Segments in Endangered Khosian Languages

Matthew Gordon (University of California, Santa Barbara) Prosody in Endangered Languages: Case Studies in Circassian and Muskogean

 

2011 Conference on Phonology and Endangered Languages Program