Registration is now closed. Almost 170 eggs in the basket. We set up a cancellation site here in case you can’t make it (but as Marten put it: ‘Why would you?’), and there is also a reserve list, in case you regret not having registered yet. It’s here. We’ll do our best to accommodate everybody on this list, but we can’t promise anything.
Course descriptions and readings for the two classes by Vladimir Kulikov are in, check the classes tab.
About suggested readings (for all classes): we try to make them all available for download, and some actually already are. We are working on the others…
Here’s the page set up by our local org Marija Runic and her team, containing practical information: travel, visa etc. Thanks Marija!
There’s also a tab linking to that.
The registration deadline has been extended to June 10. Grab your chance to register before then!
Course titles are dropping in …
The list of registrees as of yesterday is online at:
But we still have place for more poeple! Tell your friends! Bring your relatives! Make Linguistics EGGy again (quote: Marten Stelling)!
If you do not see yourself represented, register again. There will be a disconfirmation period later if you can’t make it after all. If there are any problems or questions, contact the organizers, Tobias Scheer or Hedde Zeijlstra.
The six phon-morph classes taught by Nicola Lampitelli, Patrick Honeybone and Vladimir Kulikov are now settled. There is a disbalance between week 1 and week 2, five of the six classes being taught in week one. Here’s the list:
1. Lampitelli – Intro to Interface theories (phonology – morpho-syntax) (week 1)
2. Honeybone – Intro to Historical Phonology (week 1)
3. Intro to experimentally-based phonological evidence (week 2)
1. Lampitelli – Phonological decomposition of inflectional markers: pardigms vs. allomorphy (week 1)
2. Honeybone – Does word frequency affect phonology? Reasons to be cautious (weel 1)
3. Voicing assimilation and its relevance for the Dresher-Reiss debate on the role (or existence) of contrast in phonology (week 1)
Abstracts are following… stay tuned.
Registation is open now (till June 1). Use this link! The non-reduced fee is 150 euros and the reduced fee is 100 euros. This includes accommodation during the entire school.
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And here are the names of the syntax and semantics teachers. Welcome! Very happy to have you all on board.
John Bailyn (Stony Brook)
Hagit Borer (QMUL)
Caterina Donati (Paris 7)
Patrick Elliott (Leibniz-ZAS)
Andy Murphy (Leipzig)
Bjorn Lundquist (Tromso)
Daniele Panizza (Göttingen)
Gillian Ramchand (Tromso)
Yasu Sudo (UCL)
Sarah Zobel (Tübingen)
Stay tuned for the registration information