In Vladimir Kulikov’s class last week there was a match between team Dresher and team Reiss about whether contrast does (Dresher) or does not (Reiss) impact phonological computation.
We are enough to feel like we want to continue the debate, and that will be tomorrow (Tuesday) in the middle afternoon slot (3:00-4:15) in a room on floor 1.
We will discuss a response that E. Dresher has sent over the week-end, addressing the issues that were discussed in the previous class.
22 talks to come… wow. On three days (Monday, Tuesday, Thursday week 2) and in 2 parallel sessions. Here’s the full schedule with links to abstracts, and here’s the list of presenters.
Thanks a lot Antonio, Johanna & Johannes for putting all that together !
The handout for day 1 of Bailyn’s scrambling class is now online on the class page. No powerpoint…
Daniele Panizza & Yasu Sudo’s class The Exhaustivity Operator: Current Issues and Perspectives is continued in week 2, in second morning slot (check out the updated schedule).
As announced by Tobias at the starting meeting, also in Banja Luka we’re going to have the traditional Open Podium, where participants will have the opportunity to present their work to their peers, exchanging ideas, asking for suggestions and discussing any topics in linguistics we may want to talk about.
Both works-in-progress and completed papers are welcome, and ideally we would like to have 3 or 4 sessions, with 3-4 presentations each. Each speaker would be allocated a 15-20 minute slot (including, say, 5 min for discussion), so to fit into a 1-hour session. The time that seems to be more convenient is around 6:45 pm, in order to have time to come back to the dorms after the last class is over, relax, take a shower etc. and then go for dinner at a not-too-late time after the Open Podium session is finished.
So, be dare and be bold and submit your proposal for the Open Podium!
Please send your (short) abstract with title, name and affiliation to firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org, we’ll collect the proposals, arrange a schedule and announce it on this the mailing list and on the Facebook page.
Deadline: Friday, 23:59! The sessions will take place next week.
Antonio, Johanna & Joahnnes
The Open Podium will be going, keep an eye on your mail and the FB page, there will be a call for abstracts.
If you are staying in the dorm and haven’t paid yesterday, please contact Marija, Natasa or me in the near future to make your payment.
Coffee & tea (and hot water) is now available in room 7.
Please wash and reuse your plastic cup, it’s your own private item. We won’t buy any more.
Change in schedule:
- morning coffee break 15 min after class 1
- then 15 min delay, i.e. lunch at 12:15, back from lunch for class 3 at 13:45
- afternoon coffee break 15 min (instead of 30 min) after class 4.
Come to the kick-off party tomorrow at 8 pm at the City Pub (Kralja Petra I Karađorđevića). We meet at the dorm at 7:45 pm and a local will take us there. Free drinks until 300 Euros are drowned.
If you need a certificate to grasp some credits back home, please
- download the empty form.
- fill in the classes you want to appear (lecturer, title, number of hours).
- print it out.
- put it in the in-box that will be set up at the dorm reception.
- do that before Wedn evening week 2
- we sign and stamp it, and you collect it at the dorm reception in the out-box from Thu week 2 on.