We are very happy to announce that the proceedings of the 2017 TripleA 4 held in Gothenburg are now available! Individual papers as well as the proceedings in their entirety can be accessed here. Thanks to Elizabeth Bogal-Allbritten and Elizabeth Coppock for editing this volume!
Ryan Bochnak, Miriam Butt, Erlinde Meertens and Mark-Matthias Zymla have agreed to organize TripleA 5 in Constance next year (and they have managed to secure the university’s Senate Room, which has wall-to-wall views of the lake and Alps)! Check out their website for the 2018 TripleA workshop here. The deadline for abstract submissions is February 2, 2018. Please spread the word!
We are pleased to announce that the proceedings volume from the third TripleA workshop is out! Thank you very much to the authors for their contributions and to the Tübingen editors, Vera Hohaus and Wanda Rothe, for putting the volume together!
To browse through the papers online at the Tübingen university library, click here. Alternatively, download the Table of Contents below. You can then also access the individual papers via their DOI by clicking on their title.
Our next meeting will be at the University of Gothenburg in Sweden (June 9-11, 2017), organized by Elizabeth Coppock and Elizabeth Bogal-Allbritten and colleagues! The abstract submission deadline is January 29, 2017. For more details, go to the workshop’s website here. Please spread the word!
The proceedings of Tripe A2, held at the University of Potsdam, June 3-5, 2015, are now published online with Potsdam.UP, the Potsdam Publication Portal. You can also find the articles here. We thank the editors, Mira Grubic and Anne Mucha, for putting the volume together, and the authors for their contributions!
We are excited to share with you the preliminary program for this year’s TripleA workshop! Click here for a list of the talks that are scheduled. Among the many underrepresented languages on the program are Luganda, Kru, Grassfields and Ga (Niger-Congo), Daasanach, Somali and Ngamo (Afro-Asiatic), Malayalam and Telugu (Dravidian), Nuosu (Sino-Tibetan) as well as Samoan and Tsou (Austronesian).
We are also happy to report that the TripleA workshop series is prospering and growing as submissions were up by fifty percent! Unfortunately, we were therefore able to accept only less than half of the percent of abstracts that were submitted.