The University of Washington
Department of Linguistics
April 7-9, 2017
Dr. Henry Y. Chang, Academia Sinica
Dr. Julie Legate, University of Pennsylvania
Dr. Martina Wiltschko, University of British Columbia
AFLA is an organization which promotes the study of Austronesian languages from a formal perspective. Since the initial meeting in 1994, AFLA has served as a forum for the presentation of new research in all of the core areas of formal linguistics, including (but not limited to) phonetics, phonology, morphology, semantics, syntax, typology, and psycholinguistics. AFLA has a history of bringing together leading scholars, native speaker-linguists, and junior scholars in the formal study of Austronesian languages.
The 24th annual meeting of AFLA (“Pacific Northwest AFLA”) is being co-hosted by the University of Washington Department of Linguistics (Seattle, Washington) and Reed College (Portland, Oregon), and will be held at the University of Washington April 7-9, 2017.
In addition to plenary talks by the above invited speakers, AFLA 24 will include a one-day workshop on Comparative Formosan Linguistics.
This website is currently under construction. Additional information about AFLA 24 will be be added as the conference date approaches.
More information about AFLA, including locations of past meetings, can be found at http://westernlinguistics.ca/afla/.
AFLA 24 organizing committee:
Edith Aldridge, University of Washington (co-chair) [email@example.com]
Matt Pearson, Reed College (co-chair) [firstname.lastname@example.org]
Richard Wright, University of Washington
Steve Harrell, University of Washington
The organizing committee of AFLA 24 and the Workshop on Comparative Formosan Linguistics would like to acknowledge the following organizations for their generous contributions to these events.
Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation for International Scholarly Exchange
UW College of Arts and Science, Humanities Division
UW Department of Asian Languages and Literature
UW Department of Linguistics
UW East Asia Center
UW Southeast Asia Center
UW Taiwan Initiative
University of Washington Department of Linguistics
University of Washington
Seattle, WA 98117