Handouts and other course material will pop up on the relevant class page as teachers send them in. First link on Lundquist’s class page now available.
School approaches… see you all at the opening meeting on Monday 9:00 am in room 7.
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 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.
Here we go for this year’s EGG… Registration will be open from May 15th to June 1st, and teachers will pop up here shortly (and we will try to get all course titles and abstracts online before registration opens).
Keep an eye on this page…
EGG 2018 will go to the wonderful city of Banja Luka (Republika Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina). As always it will sit on the break of July and August (but there is not much left of July): classes take place from Monday July 30th to Friday August 10th.
More to come, stay tuned…
[this year the EGG is financially supported (2500 Euros) by Université Côte d’Azur (UCA), with no influence on teacher selection, curricula or other matters of the school]
The handout of my 2nd week class is now available on the class page. If you plan to attend, it will be useful to read a little ahead for each day (the handout is divided into days). I will try to do some paper copies at least for day one.