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IPA Life Membership

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  21 March 2014

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IPA Life Membership

The International Phonetic Association's by-laws recognize as Life Members those members who have paid membership dues for over 30 years. The awarding of Life Membership is intended to honour the impressive records of service of long-time IPA members, and to acknowledge their contribution in a symbolic and in a practical way.

Life Membership was conferred on the following IPA members in 2014:

Dr. Maria Bonner, University of Southern Denmark, Denmark

Dr. Joaquim Llisterri, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain

Congratulations are extended to the new Life Members on behalf of the Association.

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