Fall school in documentary linguistics
From October 10 to 17, the Endangered Languages Documentation Programme, SOAS London, in collaboration with the ZAS, organize a training course for experts in small languages from the Middle East and North Africa - for 24 trainees from Pakistan, Iran, Tajikistan, Georgia, Armenia, Yemen and Morocco. The Fall School will conclude with a conference on Iranian languages (“Language Islands and Language Contact in Iran”).
New Open Access proceedings volumes published
After a successful conference in September 2017, the Proceedings of Sinn und Bedeutung 22 are now available as an open access publication. The two volumes with 58 papers represent the current state of the art in research in formal semantics. They are volumes 60 and 61 of the ZAS Papers in Linguistics.
The full volumes and individual papers are available for free download from the Semanticsarchive. In addition, both Volume 1 and Volume 2 can be purchased at production cost via a print-on-demand publisher from booksellers in most countries.
Full Public Release of the ZAS Database of Clause-Embedding Predicates
The database was originally conceived and designed by Barbara Stiebels and built up over several years by a team of researchers and student assistants. Since 2014 ZAS has been preparing a publicly accessible version in collaboration with Peter Meyer and Carolin Müller-Spitzer at the Institut für Deutsche Sprache (IDS) in Mannheim, using their OWID-plus platform for lexical and lexicographic resources and a purpose-built, extremely powerful and intuitive search interface, developed by Peter Meyer. Release 1.0 of the contemporary German portion of the database is now publicly accessible online at the following URL: http://www.owid.de/plus/zasembed/
Meinunger, André (ed.). 2018. Im Mittelpunkt Deutsch. (ZAS Papers in Linguistics 59). Berlin: ZAS.
We are searching for research participants for linguistic experiments!
The Leibniz-Center General Linguistics (ZAS) and the Humboldt University are looking for research participants, who can participate in our language experiments either in our institutes in Berlin-Mitte or online (you must be at least 18 years old). You can find detailed information on our website https://lingex.zas.gwz-berlin.de and can register to receive invitations for new and current experiments. After you have registered, you can always decide which experiments you want to participant in and when. Please support our research by signing up and participating!
Dienstag, 23. Oktober 2018, 18:15 Uhr
Prof. Dr. David Poeppel (New York University): Die Elementarteilchen der Sprache und ihre Verarbeitung im Gehirn
♦ 2.10.2018 Studentische Hilfskraft im Projekt "A Typology of Gender"
♦ 20.9.2018 Studentische Hilfskraft im Projekt DRUSLI
♦ 28.8.2018 Studentische Hilfskraft (w/m) im Projektbereich Multimodale Kommunikation
♦ 5.3.2018: Praktikant/in mit Persischkenntnissen
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