LINGUIST List 25.1323

Wed Mar 19 2014

Summer Schools: Infant Studies on Language Development in Europe (ISOLDE)/Potsdam, Germany

Editor for this issue: Malgorzata Cavar <>

Date: 19-Mar-2014
From: Tom Fritzsche <>
Subject: Infant Studies on Language Development in Europe (ISOLDE)/Potsdam, Germany
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Infant Studies on Language Development in Europe (ISOLDE)

Host Institution: Universit├Ąt Potsdam
Coordinating Institution: Universit├Ąt Potsdam

Dates: 07-Jul-2014 - 11-Jul-2014
Location: Potsdam, Germany

Focus: This summer school is intended to bring together students as well as post-doc researchers working on infant language acquisition in Europe. In addition to the courses, a social activity day will provide the opportunity to exchange ideas and share experiences.

Minimum Education Level: BA

There will be four different courses by experts in the field of infant language acquisition, each taking place in two 3-hour sessions. Two courses will be taught on Monday/Tuesday, the other two on Thursday/Friday. Wednesday is reserved for social activities and individual plans.

Course(s) Offered:
Krista Byers-Heinlein: Bilingual Language Acquisition
Nivedita Mani: Word Recognition and Lexical Representations
Luca Bonatti: Words and Structural Properties of Language
Caroline Junge: Methods in Infant Language Research

Linguistic Field(s): Language Acquisition

Tuition: 100.00 EUR

Tuition Explanation: The tuition covers the participation at the courses. We also offer inexpensive accommodation in two hostels in Potsdam (from 15 Euro per night). More information are available on the ISOLDE website.

Registration: 01-Mar-2014 to 15-Apr-2014

Contact Person: Tom Fritzsche
Phone: +49 331 977 2296
Fax: +49 331 977 2095

Apply on the web:

Registration Instructions:
After registering online you will receive an email with the bank information. The money (fee + accommodation costs) should be transferred within two weeks after registration. Please note that the confirmation email is not sent automatically - it may take up to a day.

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