Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Phonology Forum 2020 will be held virtually.
Date & Time: August 28th, 1:00pm - August 30th, 4:25pm
Place: On-line (Zoom)
Program: Program (pdf)
Newsletter 24:2 (70) has been issued.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we have decided to hold this year's Phonology Forum virtually.
Date: August 28-30, 2020
Place: On-line (platform to be announced)
Please note that the date and venue were changed from what had been announced in the latest newsletter.
The abstract deadline remains "June 30, 2020."
We normally send our members a hardcopy of our journal Phonological Studies along with the first newsletter of the year. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, however, we have decided to delay the delivery of the latest issue. We apologize for the inconvenience and thank you for your understanding. The table of contents of each issue is available on the "Back Issues" page (under "PhSJ Journal: Phonological Studies") on this website.
The Spring Meeting of the PHSJ 2020 will be held virtually (not in person), using the Zoom web conferencing platform. The event will start at 1pm on Friday June 19, as it was originally planned. We will have a General Member Meeting after the event.
As we get closer to the date (by late-June or 10 days before the event at the latest), we will give our members more information about how to participate in the virtual meeting by email or by post.
If you are a non-member and wish to attend the meeting, please e-mail Takeru Honma at:
takeru.honma+phsj★gmail.com (replace the star with an at sign)
Following the outbreak of the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19), we are currently discussing whether or not we should hold the Spring Meeting as scheduled. We will notify you of our decision by late-April on this website as well as through the official email list for those who are subscribed.
The goal of the Phonological Society of Japan is to contribute to the development of research in the field of phonology.
All with an interest in phonology are welcome to join the Society.
The Phonological Society of Japan is affiliated with the United Association of Language Studies (UALS). Please refer to the UALS website for more information.