IPA NEWS

@article{Memoriam2005IPAN,
  title={IPA NEWS},
  author={IN Memoriam and John J. Ohala and John J. Ohala},
  journal={Journal of the International Phonetic Association},
  year={2005},
  volume={35},
  pages={261 - 262}
}
John J. Ohala, past president of the International Phonetic Association, died in Berkeley, California, on 22 August 2020. He was married to Manjari (Agrawal) Ohala (former Professor and Chair of Linguistics at San Jose State University) for 51 years, and was a professor at UC Berkeley for one year less than that. He was born in Chicago on 19 July 1941, and he received his A.B. in English from Notre Dame in 1963. In 1966, he received an M.A. in Linguistics from UCLA, and in June 1969 he… 

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