LOT Summer School 2018 week 1: 18-22 June

09.00 - 11.00
Mon-Fri
Linguistic typology and language diversity
František Kratochvíl

H1315.043
Language and thought: How are they related?
Gary Lupyan

H1315.049
Introduction to nonlinear regression modeling
Jacolien van Rij

A901
11.15 - 13.15
Mon-Fri
Mechanisms and methods in historical linguistics
Freek Van de Velde

H1315.043
Language and identity
Janet Fuller

A901 (except Tue!)
The cognition and electrophysiology of multilingual learning and processing
Kristin Lemhöfer

H1315.049
14.15 - 16.15
Mon-Fri
Person, number and the architecture of grammar
Omer Preminger

H1315.043
Language, computation and technology
Yves Scherrer

H1315.049
Language and cognition in bilingualism: A neuroscientific perspective
Thomas Bak

A901 (except Tue!)
Research Discussion Groups:
Thomas Bak H1315.049

Gary Lupyan H1315.043


Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, 16.30-18.30

Extra activities in Week 1

Registration on Monday, 8.00-8.45

Location: near Marie Lokeroom in the Harmonie building

Poster session on Monday, 16.30-18.00 (see local info: Activities)

Location: the Weber Foyer and Exposition space in the Harmonie building

Open Access lecture on Tuesday, 13.15-14.15 (see local info: Activities)

Location: M.0161, Munting Building; Speaker: Johan Rooryck

Note: Free lunch for LOT participants!

Career event on Wednesday, 16.30-17.30 (see local info: Activities)

Location workshops: A7 & A8, Academy Building (16.30-17.00)

Location panel: Marie Lokezaal, Harmonie building (17.00-17.30)

Note: reception afterwards! Also, RDGs might be cancelled on this day, please check with your lecturer

LOT Summer School 2018 week 2: 25-29 June

09.00 - 11.00
Mon-Fri
State of the art: Language attrition
Merel Keijzer

H1315.031
Language and event representation
Anna Papafragou

H1315.049
Linguistic stylistics
Ninke Stukker

H1315.043
11.15 - 13.15
Mon-Fri
State of the art: Multilingualism at home and in school
Eva J. Daussà

H1315.049
Language - and its development across the lifespan
Michael Ramscar

H1315.031
Formal semantics and the cognitive modeling of interpretation
Jakub Dotlacil

H1315.043
14.15 - 16.15
Mon-Fri
Perspectives on modern acquisition theory: the emergence of self-embedding recursion
Tom Roeper

H1312.018
Researching the Grammar-Writing Relationship
Debra Myhill

H1315.036
Phonetic correlates of word and sentence stress
Vincent van Heuven

H1312.030
Research Discussion Groups:
Tom Roeper H1312.012

Anna Papafragou H1315.036


Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, 16.30-18.30

Extra activities in Week 2

Registration on Monday, 8.00-8.45

Location: near Marie Lokeroom in the Harmonie building

Poster session on Monday, 16.30-18.00 (see local info: Activities)

Location: the Weber Foyer and Exposition space in the Harmonie building

Open Access lecture on Tuesday, 13:15-14:15 (see local info: Activities)

Location: Offerhaus room, Academy building; Speaker: Jop de Vrieze

Note: Free lunch for LOT participants!

Schultink lecture on Wednesday, 16.30-17.30 (see local info: Activities)

Location: Van Swinderenhuys, Oude Boteringestraat 19; Speaker: Michael Ramscar

Title: The discriminative nature of human communication systems

Note: reception afterwards. The RDG's may be cancelled on this day, please check with your lecturer

Dinner on Thursday, De Branderij, Poeletraat 55


The organization of the LOT Summer School 2018 is grateful for the support of the following sponsors: