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.

Register for the LOT Summer School 2020

Registration is open from 20 April until 18 May 2020.

News & Announcements

Call for PhD and (R)MA Students as Committee Members

The SOLE Board is currently looking for other PhD and (R)MA students (from any linguistic subfield) who are currently and will remain enrolled at any Dutch university up to the period including January 2021 to join us on the local committee.

Call for Proposals | EFNIL Master Thesis Competition

EFNIL (the European Federation of National Institutions for Language) calls on students to participate in a competition to find the best master’s theses in Europe within the area of language use, language policy and multilingualism.


Hands-on Tutorials on Experimental Methods | EMLAR XVI

Do you want to gain experience working with Praat, R, eye-tracking, multilevel analysis, and many other research methods? Come visit the tutorials at EMLAR!

LOT 556: Integrating Intercultural Telecollaboration in Foreign Language Learning Programmes

We are pleased to announce a new publication in the LOT Dissertation Series by Silvia Canto Gutiérrez.

Syntax Interface Lecture by Alexandru Nicolae | 10 March

The upcoming Syntax Interface Lecture will take place on Tuesday, March 10th. We will host a talk by Alexandru Nicolae (Iorgu Iordan – Al. Rosetti Institute of Linguistics / University of Bucharest) with the title “Old Romanian discontinuous nominal constituents and their theoretical relevance”.

Assistant Professor Position in (Neuro)Linguistics with a Focus on Multilingualism | University of Amsterdam

The Amsterdam Center for Language and Communication (ACLC) invites applications for a Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Humanities, tenable from 1 August 2020 (1 FTE). Deadline for applications is 1 April 2020.

LOT 554 | Zoonímia Histórico-comparativa : Denominações dos antílopes em bantu

We are pleased to announce a new publication in the LOT Dissertation Series by Joane de Lima Santiago.

Conference| Cross-Disciplinary Approaches to Linguistic Variation in Early Modern West Germanic

This workshop Cross-disciplinary approaches to linguistic variation in Early Modern West Germanic derives from the hypothesis that language variation is determined by grammatical developments and restrictions, as well as literary-communicative factors.

Call for Abstracts | Afrikaans Grammar Workshop III

Afrikaans is unique among the Germanic languages. In spite of its uniqueness and the size of the Afrikaans speech community, Afrikaans is relatively understudied and underdescribed from the perspective of theoretical linguistics. This workshop seeks to address the paucity of descriptive and theoretical studies of Afrikaans in contemporary linguistics by bringing together scholars who work on any aspect of Afrikaans grammar.


ACLC Seminar | Dr Camilla Horslund (UvA)

Dr Camilla Horslund, postdoctoral researcher at the UvA – ACLC, is the guest speaker at the ACLC seminar on 6 March from 16:15 until 17:30 .

Vacature Onderzoeksmedewerker Ontwikkeling Diagnostiek Meertalige Kinderen met TOS

De Universiteit van Utrecht is op zoek naar een kandidaat voor de vacature Onderzoeksmedewerker Ontwikkeling Diagnostiek Meertalige Kinderen met TOS.

LOT 553: Roots In Progress

We are pleased to announce a new publication in the LOT Dissertation Series by Cora Cavirani-Pots.


Reimbursement by LOT for EMLAR

LOT affiliated Research Master and PhD students (both internal and external) can apply for reimbursement of travel costs to take part in EMLAR.

PhD position

Funded PhD Position at ACLC

The Amsterdam Center for Language and Communication (ACLC) invites applications for a PhD position at the Faculty of Humanities, tenable from 1 September 2020 (4 years, 1 FTE). Applicants are invited to submit their own research project. Deadline for applications is 31 March 2020.

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