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1. Bert Cornillie ,
LOT Summer School 2011
Message 1: LOT Summer School 2011
From: Bert Cornillie <bert.cornilliearts.kuleuven.be>
Subject: LOT Summer School 2011
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LOT Summer School 2011
Short Title: LOT 2011
Date: 13-Jun-2011 - 24-Jun-2011
Location: Leuven, Belgium
Contact: Bert Cornillie
Contact Email: lotschoolarts.kuleuven.be
Meeting URL: http://wwwling.arts.kuleuven.be/lotschool/
Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics
The annual Summer School of the Netherlands Graduate School of
Linguistics (LOT) provides introductory and advanced graduate training in
Linguistics. It offers 18 courses in different domains and 6 Master classes,
spread over two weeks.
During the Master Classes students will have the opportunity to discuss
their project with experts in their research field. They are open for PhD
students only. There is a limit of 12 participants per master class.
The courses of the Summer School are open for external students (Fee =
175 euros for one week, 300 euros for 2 weeks) and free for all PhD-
researchers and second year research master students who are affiliated
with one of the eight LOT Institutes.
Each course is two hours every day for five days, and can be taken for
partial credit (without paper) or full credit (with submission of a paper after
Please check our website for further details.
Week 1 (13-17 June 2011)
Syntax: Liliane Haegeman (Gent)
Psycholinguistics: Juan Carlos Acuña Fariña (Santiago de Compostela)
Statistics: Dirk Speelman (Leuven)
Language evolution: Bart de Boer (University of Amsterdam)
Neurolinguistics: Laurie Stowe (Groningen)
Contrastive Linguistics: Volker Gast (Jena)
Philogenetics: Loretta O'Connor (Radboud, Nijmegen)
Typology: Martin Haspelmath (MPI EVA Leipzig)
Language Use: Kurt Feyaerts (Leuven)
Week 2 (20-24 June 2011)
Semantics: Cleo Condoravdi (Stanford/Konstanz)
Phonology/Phonetics: Marc van Oostendorp (Leiden)
Computational linguistics: Antal van den Bosch (Tilburg)
Bilingualism: Ad Backus (Tilburg)
Sociolinguistics: James Walker (York University, Canada)
Language & Literature: Nigel Fabb (Strathclyde)
Historical Linguistics: Paul Kiparsky (Stanford)
Language Acquisition: Annick De Houwer (Erfurt)
Syntax-semantics interface: Lisa Cheng (Leiden)
In each week of the Summer School, there will be a welcoming reception, a
poster session, an invited evening lecture and a restaurant dinner. The
venue also offers several leisure and sporting facilities.
During the weekend in the middle of the Summer School, there will be a
social program for the participants registered for both weeks.
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