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LINGUIST List 25.1003

Thu Feb 27 2014

Summer Schools: Nova-Lisbon Summer School and Graduate Conference in Linguistics/Lisbon, Portugal

Editor for this issue: Malgorzata Cavar <gosialinguistlist.org>

Date: 27-Feb-2014
From: João Costa <jcostafcsh.unl.pt>
Subject: Nova-Lisbon Summer School and Graduate Conference in Linguistics/Lisbon, Portugal
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Nova-Lisbon Summer School and Graduate Conference in Linguistics

Host Institution: Universidade Nova de Lisboa
Coordinating Institution: Universidade Nova de Lisboa
Website: http://clunl.edu.pt

Dates: 07-Jul-2014 - 12-Jul-2014
Location: Lisbon, Portugal

Focus: Faculdade de Ciencias Sociais e Humanas da Universidade Nova de Lisboa (FCSH-NOVA) organizes the Lisbon Summer School and Graduate Conference in Linguistics, open to all graduate students interested in enrolling. The call for papers for the Graduate Conference was announced in an independent post.
Minimum Education Level: MA

Description:
Nova-Lisbon Summer School and Graduate Conference in Linguistics is a Summer School followed by a graduate conference for PhD students. The Summer School offers 9 one-week courses in the domains of psycholinguistics and Generative Grammar, terminology, lexicography, and text and discourse linguistics. The conference aims at providing a platform for dissemination of ongoing work by graduate students working in this area.

Psycholinguistics and Generative Grammar
David Pesetsky (Massachusetts Institute of Technology): Syntax [title and abstract to be announced]
Naama Friedmann (University of Tel-Aviv) & João Costa (FCSH-NOVA): "Acquisition and breakdown of word order and dependencies."
Nino Grillo (FCSH-NOVA): "Locality principles in the parser and the grammar."

Text and discourse linguistics
Jean-Paul Bronckart (Université de Genève): "Cognitive and praxeological dimensions of text’s structure and functioning."
Charles Bazerman (University of California, Santa Barbara): "Analyzing the production, circulation, and use of knowledge in texts."
Antónia Coutinho (FCSH-NOVA), Florencia Miranda (University of Rosario, Argentina) and Ecaterina Bulea (Université de Genève): "Text, knowledge and action: theories and practices."

Terminology and lexicography
Christophe Roche (Université de Savoie): "Terminology and Knowledge Representation."
Jean Pruvost (Université Cergy-Pontoise): "Words and dictionaries, founding principles: history and future."
Teresa Lino, Rute Costa (FCSH-NOVA) and Célio Conceição (Universidade do Algarve): "Terminology and specialised lexicography."

Venue: The summer school will take place at FCSH-NOVA – Universidade Nova de Lisboa, at Avenida de Berna, 26.

Linguistic Field(s): Language Acquisition
Lexicography
Psycholinguistics
Syntax
Text/Corpus Linguistics

Tuition: 90.00 EUR
Tuition Explanation: Price per course: 90 €
Students enrolled in the Doctoral Program in Linguistics at FCSH-NOVA: Free
Students enrolled in any doctoral program at Universidade NOVA de Lisboa: the first course is free; further courses cost 50 € each.

Registration: 27-Feb-2014 to 20-Jun-2014

Contact Person: João Costa
Email: linguisticafcsh.unl.pt

Apply by Email: linguisticafcsh.unl.pt

Registration Instructions:
Registration is made by sending mail to linguisticafcsh.unl.pt with the following information:
Name
Institution
Course(s) to be attended

Upon registration, the student receives information on how to pay the fee. The registration is considered valid after proof of payment is received. Registration is open until June 20.
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