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LINGUIST List 18.1224

Mon Apr 23 2007

FYI: LING/COG Institute, St. Petersburg, July 2-20 2007

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        1.    John Bailyn, LING/COG Institute, St. Petersburg, July 2-20 2007

Message 1: LING/COG Institute, St. Petersburg, July 2-20 2007
Date: 21-Apr-2007
From: John Bailyn <nyinstitutegmail.com>
Subject: LING/COG Institute, St. Petersburg, July 2-20 2007

5th NY-St. Petersburg Institute of Cognitive and Cultural Studies (NYI)
St. Petersburg, Russia

July 2-20, 2007


Applications deadline; May 14, 2007

NYI is an interdisciplinary institute held every July in St. Petersburg,
Russia, open to advanced undergraduate and graduate students from all
countries interested in comparative and formal approaches to linguistics,
psychology as well as a range of topics in cultural and comparative studies.

The following linguistics and psychology faculty will offer 3 weeks
seminars and disussion groups this July in St. Petersburg:

John F. Bailyn (Stony Brook) Syntax / Slavic syntax
Barbara Citko (University of Washington) Syntax / Slavic Linguistics
Eva Fernandez (CUNY) Bilingualism / Psycholinguistics
Nina Kazanina (University of Bristol) First Language Acquisition
Norvin Richards (MIT) Syntax / Linguistic Theory
David Pesetsky (MIT) Syntax / Linguistic Theory
Philippe Schlenker (UCLA) Semantics

Additionally, students may select seminars in Cultural Studies from the
following faculty:

Neda Atanososki (Stony Brook University) Cultural Theory / Eastern
Polly Gannon (St. Petersburg State University) Literature / Poetry /
Translation / Gender
Konstantine Klioutchine (Pomona College) Media and TV Studies
Pavle Levi (Stanford) Film Theory
Leah Lowe (Connecticut College) Theater / Perforamnce Studies
Gary Marker (Stony Brook University) History
James McFarland (Connecticut College) Philosophy / Literature / Cultural Theory
Timothy Westphalen (Stony Brook University) Russian Literature / Literary

All courses in English

- Visa support and accommodations available for out of town students (see
website for details)

- Applications available at the website: http://www.nyi.spb.ru

NYI is a joint project of St. Petersburg State and Stony Brook Universities.


Linguistic Field(s): Cognitive Science; Psycholinguistics; Semantics; Syntax

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