The twelfth annual Old World Conference in Phonology (OCP) took place in Barcelona, Spain, from the 27th to the 30th of January.
Professor Emeritus Elan Dresher co-presented a paper with Andrew Nevins (University College London): "Undergoers are harmony sources: Maintaining iterative harmony in Oroqen dialects."
Fourth-year Ph.D. student Ross Godfrey presented "Morphologically conditioned lengthening as a processing effect."
Alumna Christina Bjorndahl (MA 2008, now at Cornell University) presented "The cross-linguistic phonological and phonetic identity of /v/."
Former visiting professor Ranjan Sen (University of Sheffield) presented "Pre-classical prevarication in Latin feet: Stratal synchronic structure and discretionary diachronic development."