LOT – Netherlands Graduate School of Linguistics

Landelijke Onderzoekschool Taalwetenschap

400 faculty members

300 PhD & RMa students

LOT unites about 400 faculty members and 300 PhD and RMa students and provides a meeting point to further national and international communication for the benefit of linguistic research and education. Researchers from the participating institutes share knowledge, work together on theoretical and methodological matters, discuss their data and research in seminars and lecture series and in collaborations of various other kinds.

Below you will find recent news and announcements of events from the institutes participating in LOT and from LOT itself.

News & Announcements

Eerste Nederlandse Spellingregels Werden Nageleefd

De eerste spelling en grammatica van het Nederlands hadden grote invloed op de geschreven taal. Zowel in formele als informele teksten vond Andreas Krogull hiervoor bewijs. Deze maand ontvangt hij de Academische Jaarprijs van de Maatschappij der Nederlandse Letterkunde, voor zijn proefschrift dat hij vorig jaar verdedigde in Leiden.

Leiden University East Africa Language, History and Culture Day | 27 September

This one-day workshop at Leiden University will bring together researchers of the rich and diverse languages, cultures, and histories of East Africa (EA) to facilitate synergistic collaborations that cut across disciplines but center around a common regional focus.

Low German and Dutch In Contact | Call for Papers

The 133th annual meeting of the Society for Low German Studies (Verein für niederdeutsche Sprachforschung, VndS) will concentrate on the manifold, centuries-old contacts between Low German and Dutch from a methodologically diverse perspective including topics in contact linguistics, the history of language and literature, as well as cultural and literary studies.

CLIN 30 | Computational Linguistics in the Netherlands | Call for Abstracts

The 30th Meeting of Computational Linguistics in The Netherlands (CLIN 30) will be organised by UiL-OTS, Utrecht University. CLIN 30 will take place at Drift 21 in Utrecht, the Netherlands on January 30, 2020.

ROCKY Talk | David Nicolas

We are happy to announce the ROCKY talk by David Nicolas, which will take place on the 9th of October at Utrecht University.

Workshop Rate and Rhythm in Speech Recognition | MPI Nijmegen | Call for posters

On Friday 13 December 2019, the TEMPOS research group organises the “Rate and Rhythm in Speech Recognition” (R3) workshop at the MPI Nijmegen.

Two Postdoctoral Research Positions| Radboud University

The Radboud University is looking for highly motivated candidates to enrich a unique Dutch consortium of researchers that aims to cross the boundaries of various disciplines to unravel the neurocognitive mechanisms of language and its interaction with other cognitive systems.

Grote Taaldag | Save The Date 31 January 2020

By way of experiment, LOT, Anéla and AVT will organise the Dutch Annual Linguistics Day of 2020 on Friday January 31 rather than on the first Saturday of February.

LOT Dissertatie 540: Professioneel Taalgebruik in het Economische Beroepenveld

Het is ons een genoegen om binnen de LOT Dissertatieserie een nieuwe publicatie aan te kondigen, ditmaal van de hand van Pauline Koeleman.

UU Syntax Interface Lecture by Brechje van Osch | 12 September

The first UU Syntax Interface Lecture of the academic year will take place on Thursday, the 12th September.

Hoe klonk de taal van Rembrandt?

Ter ere van het Rembrandt-jaar reconstrueerden taalkundigen van het Instituut voor de Nederlandse Taal in Leiden de taal van Rembrandt. Deze diende als basis voor de Rembrandt Tutorials: een reeks YouTube-schilderlessen door de meester zelf.

Conference Day on Frisian Linguistics

From student to emeritus, Frisists meet on the Conference Day on Frisian Linguistics. Of interest to everyone who is actively or passively engaged in Frisian linguistics.

3-Year Postdoc Position in Computational Linguistics

Utrecht University invites excellent candidates to apply for the postdoc position in computational linguistics. The application deadline is the 8th of September 2019.

Lecture by D. Kimbrough Oller | 6 september

On the 6th of September, The Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics is organising a lecture by D. Kimbrough Oller from the University of Memphis.

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