LINGUIST List 29.1448
Tue Apr 03 2018
Summer Schools: The ACTL Summer School 2018/United Kingdom
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Yasutada Sudo <y.sudo
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Host Institution: University College London
25-Jun-2018 - 29-Jun-2018
Location: London, United Kingdom
ACTL Summer School 2018 will offer three advanced courses and three introductory
courses in syntax, semantics and phonology, and two courses in psycholinguistics. It
will be held on Mon 25–Fri 29 June, 2018 at UCL. There are more lecturers than
usual, and we will have two parallel sessions. In addition, there will be a workshop
with poster presentations by students. You can find more information about the
workshop below. Courses: Advanced Courses: Cross-clausal A-dependencies by Susi
Wurmbrand (University of Connecticut, University of Vienna) Topics in the semantics
of pronouns: crossover phenomena by Gennaro Chierchia (Harvard) Contextual
Information in Phonology by Yuni Kim (Essex) Introductory Courses: Where movement
fails: minimalist perspectives on island effects by Michelle Sheehan (Anglia Ruskin)
Introduction to Dynamic Semantics by Patrick D. Elliott (ZAS) Introduction to
constraint-based phonology by Adam J. Chong (QUML) Pscyholinguisitics: Language
Development in Psychosemantics by Daniele Panizza (Göttingen) Sentence Processing by
Nino Grillo (York) The psycholinguistic courses will take place at 9:30-11:00 on
Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. We will skip the morning slot on Monday and start at
11:30, so that those who come from outside London will be able to travel that day.
On Wednesday we will have the poster presentation workshop at 9:00-11:00.
Minimum Education Level: MA
The ACTL Summer School 2018
offers 8 courses in various areas of theoretical linguistics.
for more information.
Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics
Philosophy of Language
Tuition: 80 GBP
Registration: 02-Apr-2018 to 29-Jun-2018
Contact Person: Richard Jardine
Apply by Email: r.jardine
Apply by sending an email with your name,
affiliation, and program of study as described on the school's web page.
Page Updated: 03-Apr-2018