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LINGUIST List 21.2590

Mon Jun 14 2010

Confs: Cognitive Sci, Lang Acquisition, Psycholing, Ling Theories/France

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        1.    Ernest Ulm, Fall School in Linguistics

Message 1: Fall School in Linguistics
Date: 12-Jun-2010
From: Ernest Ulm <ealingens.fr>
Subject: Fall School in Linguistics
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Fall School in Linguistics
Short Title: EALING 8

Date: 07-Sep-2010 - 16-Sep-2010
Location: Paris, France
Contact: Ernest Ulm
Contact Email: ealingens.fr
Meeting URL: http://ealing.cognition.ens.fr

Linguistic Field(s): Cognitive Science; Language Acquisition; Linguistic
Theories; Psycholinguistics

Meeting Description:

EALing 8 - Fall school in Linguistics at the école normale supérieure in Paris 2010

With the support of the École Normale Supérieure Foundation, the Partner
University Fund (PUF), the French American Cultural Exchange (FACE) and the
Euryi Project (Presupposition: A formal pragmatic approach) funded by the
European Science Foundation, The Department of Cognitive Studies at the Paris
Ecole normale supérieure (ENS) organizes its eighth international Fall School in
Linguistics (on the 'summer school' model).

The goal of this interdisciplinary Fall school is to provide exposure to
linguistic theory and grammar based approaches to cognitive studies. Its content
varies from year to year, but typically includes:

-Introductions to contemporary linguistic research
-Intensive introductory courses to some core areas of linguistic theory or
relevant domains
-Seminars and talks on current research
-Interaction between research in grammar and some related domains e.g.
Psycholinguistics of Acquisition or of processing, Neurolinguistics,
Experimental Pragmatics, Philosophy of Language/Mind, Logic, Mathematics, etc...

This Fall school will be held at the Ecole Normale Superieure (45 rue d'Ulm,
75005 Paris: see (http://www.ens.fr) from Tuesday, September 7th to Thursday
September the 16th included.

The preliminary list of Teachers and Lecturers includes:

Robert Daland, UCLA
Stanislas Dehaene, College de France and INSERM-CEA
Valentine Hacquard, University of Maryland
Lilliane Haegeman, University of Ghent/ GIST
Hilda Koopman, UCLA
Hannes Leitgeb, University of Bristol
Giorgio Magri, Institut Jean Nicod, ENS
Alda Mari, Institut Jean Nicod, ENS
Christophe Pallier, INSERM-CEA
Colin Phillips, University of Maryland
François Récanati, Institut Jean Nicod, ENS, and EHESS
Luigi Rizzi, University of Siena
Sylvain Salvati, LABRI, CNRS
Timothy Stowell, UCLA
Daniel Swingley, University of Pennsylvania

All relevant information regarding: the registration procedure, teaching and
lecturing faculty, calendar of courses, seminars and lectures, lodging and other
practical information will be posted and regularly updated on the EALing
website: http://ealing.cognition.ens.fr

Registration fees: 145 Euros
Space is limited. Registration will close once all the available slots are taken.
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