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EALing 2010 - Presentation

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The goal of this interdisciplinary Fall school is to provide exposure to linguistic theory and grammar based approaches to cognitive studies. From year to year, the content varies but typically includes:
* General non technical introductions to contemporary linguistic research
* Intensive introductory courses to some core areas of linguistic theory or relevant domains
* Seminars and talks on current research
* Exchanges between research in grammar and some related domains (Psycholinguistics of Acquisition, of Processing, Neurolinguistics, Experimental Pragmatics etc...)

Venue and Calendar

This Fall school will be held at the Ecole Normale Superieure.
The ENS is located at and around 45 rue d Ulm, 75005 Paris: see ENS or HERE.

It will take place from September 10th to September 16th 2012: See Schedule.

Teaching and Lecturing Faculty

Vincent Homer, Assistant Professor, DEC, ENS
Larry Hyman, Professor, UC Berkeley
Alban Lemasson, Assistant Professor, Université de Rennes 1
Jeffrey Lidz, Professor of Linguistics, University of Maryland
Andrej Malchukov, Senior Research Scientist, Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology
Roumyana Pancheva Professor of Linguistics, USC
Luigi Rizzi, Professor, University of Siena, Blaise Pascal Chair.
Yael Sharvit, Professor, UCLA
Edward Stabler, Professor, UCLA
Donca Steriade, Professor of Linguistics, MIT
Michael Wagner, Assistant Professor, Mc Gill University
Ronnie Wilbur, Professor of Linguistics, and Professor of Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences, Purdue University


Early registration is strongly advised due to limited space. Registration fees: 145 euros.
Warning: Only once registration fees have been paid is registration complete and space reserved

All relevant information is posted and regularly updated on this EALing website.

* calendar of courses, seminars and lectures
* teaching and lecturing faculty
* the registration procedure
* lodging and other practical information

Please address all correspondance to: ealing@ens.fr

Other Events of Interest

In the framework of François Récanati's ERC project Context, Content and Compositionality
John Mc Farlane from UC Berkeley will deliver the Context and Content Lectures
Click HERE for details.

Click on PosterSession for information about the Ealing Poster Session if there is one.
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