Measuring the effects of bilingual daycare
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Three-year doctoral grant at the University of Tours in the Inserm Neurofunctional psychiatry team of the iBrain research unit to begin in the Fall of 2021 on the heterogeneity of neurophysiological and language profiles in autism.
Do you want to gain experience working with Praat, R, eye-tracking, multilevel analysis, and many other research methods? Come visit us at EMLAR!
The first workshop of SMART CS in 2021 will be held by Dr Eva van Lier, Dr Rik van Gijn, Dr Pegah Faghiri, and Katherine Walker. The workshop will also host keynote speakers Alena Witzlack-Makarevich (Hebrew University of Jerusalem) and Gerrit Jan Kootstra (Radboud University Nijmegen), among other speakers.
The Netherlands Graduate School of Linguistics is pleased to announce a new publication in the LOT Dissertation Series by Ulrika Klomp.
The Dutch Studies section of the Department of Modern Languages of the University of Liège is organizing a symposium with Prof. Dr. Gloria Wekker on the topic of White Innocence. It includes talks on linguistics, literature and cultural studies.
The upcoming Syntax Interface Lecture will take place on Monday, March 1st. We will host a talk by Bernat Bardagil (Ghent University) with the title “Deriving participant exponence in Panará”.
The Netherlands Graduate School of Linguistics is pleased to announce a new publication in the LOT Dissertation Series by Klaas Seinhorst.
On February 21st, MultiMind and Bilingualism Matters are organising events for the International Mother Language Day in different languages.
Given the ongoing uncertainty surrounding COVID-19, LOT has decided to host the upcoming Summer School in an online setting.
Hoewel poëzie vaak is doodverklaard, zijn gedichten juist overal aanwezig in onze samenleving. Dat concludeert literatuurwetenschapper Kila van der Starre (Universiteit Utrecht) die promotieonderzoek deed naar poëzie buiten het boek.
As a thematic extension of the general call of the SEMANTiCS2021 conference, this sub-topic invites high quality submissions that show how Semantic technologies have been applied to develop and improve humanities and cultural heritage research and practice. We invite both research papers describing novel approaches and insights as well as case studies and industry submissions.
The 8th Conference on Computer-Mediated Communication (CMC) and Social Media Corpora will be held in Nijmegen, the Netherlands, from Thursday 28 to Friday 29 October 2021.
The German Research Foundation (DFG) recently funded a Göttingen-based Research Training Group (RTG) on “Form-meaning mismatches”. The RTG is currently advertising 12 PhD positions with a starting date of September 1, 2021.
The Netherlands Graduate School of Linguistics is pleased to announce a new publication in the LOT Dissertation Series by Thijs Trompenaars.
CLARIN is happy to announce the CLARIN Annual Conference 2021 and calls for the submission of extended abstracts.
CLARIAH opens a fellowship call. Two kinds of fellowship are distinguished: Research Fellowships and Teaching Fellowships.
Hoe je oud-Hebreeuwse Bijbelteksten precies moet vertalen of interpreteren is niet altijd duidelijk. Van elke Bijbelpassage bestaan daarom talloze vertalingen en commentaren. Volgens theoloog Christiaan Erwich kan de computer helpen om tot een objectieve analyse te komen.
On October 9, 2020 the CLARIAH OpenSoNaR Tutorial was held (in Dutch). The recordings of this tutorial are now online.
The Center for Language and Cognition Groningen is pleased to announce the 41st TABU Dag, which will take place virtually on June 10th & 11th, 2021. TABU Dag is an annual international broad linguistics conference which offers excellent opportunities to meet other linguists and discuss current research. Graduate students and (post-)doctoral researchers in particular are encouraged to present their work.
Prijzen voor onderzoek naar meertaligheid op de kinderopvang en taalontwikkelstoornissen
The Netherlands Graduate School of Linguistics is pleased to announce a new publication in the LOT Dissertation Series by Nantke Pecht.
Over the last year LOT has decided on a number of changes in its education programme, which have effects in particular for RMA students, who take courses for LOT credits that are part of the requirements of their local programmes.
The upcoming Syntax Interface Lecture will take place on Monday, February 1st. We will host a talk by Alberto Frasson (Utrecht University) with the title “The role of interfaces in the antecedent selection of subject clitics”.