Monthly Archives: November 2013

Call for Papers: 6th International Conference of the German Cognitive Linguistics Association

Full information here: http://dgkl.fau.de/en/call.php Constructions and Cognition Executive Summary Possible contributions: Presentations, Posters and Theme Sessions Deadline for abstracts for presentations and posters: February 28, 2014 Deadline for proposals for theme sessions: February 15, 2014 Notification of acceptance/rejection: March 31, … Continue reading

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LLI Meeting: Nov 25, 2013

This Monday, we will have Ash Asudeh presenting his current research (in collaboration with Gianluca Giorgolo) on “Interpretive Intentions”. Please see the abstract below. Abstract: In this paper we discuss some issues that have to do with reference and modality. … Continue reading

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Call for Papers: MO(L)T(H)

Here is a call for papers from our friends at McGill: The Department of Linguistics at McGill University is pleased to announce the call for a joint meeting of MOLT (Montreal-Ottawa-Laval-Toronto) Phonology Workshop (formerly MOT), and MOTH (Montreal-Ottawa-Toronto-Hamilton) Syntax Workshop. … Continue reading

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LaTeX workshop at Uni of Ottawa

Hi all! Sorry for the short notice, but there is a LaTeX workshop happening at the University of Ottawa Linguistics department today. If you are interested in attending, please contact Pegah and she will give you more details.

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LLI Meeting: Nov 16, 2013

This week, we have Sebastien Plante presenting to us his current research on “Defining Light Verb Construction Classes in English”. The abstract is provided below: Abstract:  “The literature recognizes a type of complex predicate often named “light verb constructions” (LVC), … Continue reading

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LLI Meeting: Nov 11, 2013

This Monday, November 11th, 2013, we have Aysegul Kutlu presenting to us one of her many research topics: “Typological Differences in Late-Bilinguals: The Case of Turkish-English Bilinguals”. Abstract:Simultaneous (conference) interpreting is a complex skill involving language comprehension and production in … Continue reading

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LLI Meeting: Nov 4, 2013

This Monday, November 4th, we have Matthew Darling presenting his research on “Automatic morphological segmentation of indigenous languages”: Abstract: Over the summer, I worked with a research group at the University of Alberta working to develop software that identifies cognates. … Continue reading

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