Dr Tom Lentz (ILLC, UvA) is the guest speaker at this ACLC seminar on Friday 12 April 2019 at 16.15.
Progressieve politici gebruiken complexere zinnen dan conservatieve politici. Dat blijkt uit een analyse van ruim 380 duizend politieke speeches uit tien Europese landen.
The Utrecht University Humanities Graduate Conference 2019, What’s the Point? Impact and the Future of the Humanities, will take place on Thursday 11th and Friday 12th April 2019.
Every year Anéla organizes a conference where members and other interested parties meet and present research on a specific topic. This year’s conference takes place on Friday October 18th at the Hogeschool Utrecht (HU).
The upcoming Syntax Interface Lecture will take place on Thursday, April 4th. We will host a talk by Bert Le Bruyn (Utrecht University) with the title “Translation Mining: definiteness in German and Mandarin”.
The Leiden Summer School in Languages and Linguistics offers a varied program of specialised courses in fields such as Chinese, Germanic, Indo-European, Iranian, and Semitic languages and linguistics as well as a number of introductory linguistic courses.
On Monday, 8 April (at 16:15), Mengru Han (Utrecht University) will defend her dissertation The role of prosodic input in word learning: A cross-linguistic investigation of Dutch and Mandarin Chinese infant-directed speech.
The next Conference on Multilingualism 2019 (COM2019) will be hosted by the Leiden University Centre for Linguistics (LUCL) at Leiden University (The Netherlands) from September 1st until September 3rd 2019.
The Sociolinguistics Circle is a group of Dutch and Flemish sociolinguists whose main purpose is to organise an annual conference day.
Under the auspices of FoLLI the European Summer School in Logic, Language, and Information (ESSLLI) is organized every year in a different European country. It takes place over two weeks in the European Summer, hosts approximately 50 different courses at both the introductory and advanced levels, attracting around 400 participants each year from all the world.
The Institute for German Studies at the University of Oldenburg is looking for a PhD student who will work on the acoustic realization of vowels in the research project “Acoustic indicators of language dominance in bilingual speakers of High and Low German in East Frisia” (funded by the German Research Foundation).
If you are a PhD student or post-doc, please consider attending the summer school, which is the ideal complement to participation at ECA.
The Department of Communication and Cognition in the Tilburg School of Humanities and Digital Sciences is looking for enthusiastic colleagues for the position of Assistant Professor.
Between the 8th and 12th of July, 2019, the University of Utrecht organises the 3rd edition of the summer school on neurocognitive methods in infant and toddler research.
Het lijkt niet goed te gaan met de frisistiek in Nederland. Die constatering vormt de aanleiding tot het organiseren van een congres over de toekomst van de frisistiek.
On Friday, April 5 2019, Anéla and VIOT (the Dutch and Flemish associations for applied
linguistics and discourse studies) will organize their annual junior researcher day
(Juniorendag) at the Christelijke Hogeschool at Ede.
AILA2020 will take place from August 9-14 in 2020 in Groningen, the Netherlands.
For his PhD research, Gijs Leenders is looking for teachers of secondary education in Dutch, English and German language.
The upcoming Syntax Interface Lecture will take place on Thursday, March 7th of 2019. We will host a talk by Myrthe Bergstra (Utrecht University).
Geoffrey K. Pullum, Professor of General Linguistics at the University of Edinburgh, is the guest speaker at the ACLC seminar on Friday 15 March 2019 at 16.15.
We are pleased to announce a new publication in the LOT Dissertation Series by Promise Dodzi Kpoglu.
Alain Chédotal will give the next MPI colloquium on Tuesday 12th of March, 2019 at 3.45pm.
On Friday the 22nd of March, the Radboud University is organising a guest lecture by prof. dr. Nobuaki Minematsu.
Het Surinaams-Javaans wordt al meer dan een eeuw gesproken in Suriname. Niet alleen de woordenschat, maar ook de grammatica is afwijkend van het Javaans in Indonesië.