Registration is now open. Click here (or in the link below) to register for Wroclaw2019. Please register by the end of this month – we need to know how many dorm beds we need to reserve. When you register, you will see a confirmation screen (no email will be sent). We will upload the list of registrants every few days. For questions, contact me (zeijlstra AT yahoo.com).
Registration will start soon, just a few days. We’ll keep you posted …
The school is very cheap. The fee, including 13 nights of dorm accommodation is 150 euros, and there is reduced fee of 100 euro for students from former communist countries. For whom that is still too expensive there are also possibilities for (ad hoc) grants; just contact the organizers about that.
Here’s some info about the dorms: students and teachers stay in the same dorms, where two students share a single room. The dorm is called Ołówek and is on walking distance to the class rooms. A picture can be found here (look for Ołówek).
Information is pouring in thick and fast now. We are delighted to welcome the following egg-cellent semanticists to our 2019 Wrocław team! Simon Charlow (Rutgers), Elizabeth Coppock (Boston), Serge Minor (Tromsø), and Deniz Rudin (University of Southern California). Welcome aboard!!
Hi EGGers — We now have information about our syntax team at the 2019 EGG school in Wrocław! These will be: Karlos Arregi (Chicago), Jessica Coon (McGill), Emily A. Hanink (Manchester), Thomas McFadden (ZAS, Berlin), Sandhya Sundaresan (Leipzig) and me (Göttingen).
Stay tuned for more information about the semantic teachers and about logistical information on registration!
Here are three phono teachers for Wroclaw: Shanti Ulfsbjorninn (Deusto Bilbao), Christian Uffmann (Düsseldorf) and David Odden (Ohio).
Class titles and abstracts to come.
The EGG 2019 will be in the Polish city of Wroclaw. Stay tuned for more Information – it’s going to be cool.
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.