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Mon Apr 02 2007

FYI: SLE Summer School on Linguistic Methodology

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Message 1: SLE Summer School on Linguistic Methodology
Date: 02-Apr-2007
From: Giuliana Fiorentino <giuliana.fiorentinounimol.it>
Subject: SLE Summer School on Linguistic Methodology


Societas Linguistica Europaea Summer School on Linguistic Methodology
for post-graduate and PhD students of linguistics
and neighbouring fields

Università degli Studi del Molise,
Campobasso, Italy
16th-27th, July 2007
Programme
Methodology of corpus linguistics for spoken and written language
Bas Aarts, University College London
Ethnolinguistics of oral traditions
Giorgio Banti, Napoli
Computational approaches to typology
Dik Bakker, Amsterdam & Anna Siewierska, Lancaster
Methodology of second language acquisition research
Giuliano Bernini, Bergamo
Methodology of historical linguistics
Michela Cennamo, Napoli
Field methods: Guidelines and techniques for eliciting data in the field
Tucker Childs, Portland
Syntactic typology
Denis Creissels, Lyon
Methodology of conversation analysis
Elizabeth Couper-Kuhlen, Potsdam
Methodology of first language acquisition research
Holger Diessel, Jena
Methodology of speech and gesture documentation
Dafydd Gibbon, Bielefeld
Syntactic theory and usage frequency
Martin Haspelmath, Leipzig
Lexicography
Christian Lehmann, Erfurt
Methodology of dialectology and its theoretical consequences
Michele Loporcaro, Z├╝rich

Scientific Organizer: Christian Lehmann christian.lehmannuni-erfurt.de
Local organizer: Giuliana Fiorentino giuliana.fiorentinounimol.it
Info and registrations: summerschool2007unimol.it
Website: http://www.unimol.it/summerschool/home.htm

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics


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