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Talks & Lectures

July 25, 2017
Richard Waltereit (HU Berlin): Negation im Altfranzösischen - Ein neuer Ansatz im Rahmen der Registertheorie
17:45-19:15 h in S66 (Philosophikum)

July 13, 2017
Stefan Schnell (University of Melbourne, Australia): GRAID - Grammatical relations and animacy in discourse
18:00-19:30 h at the Sociolinguistic Lab

June 2, 2017
Stavros Skopeteas (Universität Bielefeld): Emergence of head-initial VPs in Caucasian Urum
at the Sociolinguistic Lab

December 19, 2016
Laurent Romary (INRIA/DARIAH): The TEI guidelines as a continuous framework for linguistic resources from transcription to annotation
18:00-19:30 h in S21 (Seminargebäude)

January 12, 2016
Geoffrey Haig / Shirin Adibifar (Universität Bamberg): Does speaker familiarity affect referential density? Evidence from spoken Persian
18:00-19:30 h at the Sociolinguistic Lab

December 18, 2015
Christoph Salge (University of Hertfordshire): Changing the Environment based on Empowerment as Intrinsic Motivation (Abstract)
12:00-13:00 h at the Sociolinguistic Lab

July 14, 2015
Philipp Angermeyer (University of Toronto):El lease oder el contrato? Sprachkontakt, Sprachideologie, und Diskurskohäsion in gedolmetschten Gerichtsverfahren in New York.
15:45 h at the Sociolinguistic Lab

DGfS 2018: 40th Annual Conference of the German Linguistic Society
with Aria Adli, Eric Engel, Laurent Romary and Fahime Same (University of Cologne)
Poster Session: A stand-off XML-TEI representation of reference annotation
March 8, 2018 in the Campus City Center at University of Stuttgart

Second International Conference "Prominence in Language"
July 11-13, 2018
hosted by the Collaborative Research Center 1252 Prominence in Language and the Cologne Center of Language Sciences
at the Conference Center of KOMED, Mediapark 7, 50670, Cologne

Workshops: 'The Sociolinguistic Lab goes to Sicily and Cuba'
July 31, 2018
with Alessia Cassarà and Amalia Canes Nápoles
Cologne Summer School on 'Challenges and Opportunities for a Multilingual Society - Movement, Migration, Languages, Psychology, and Education'

Register in Linguistic Theory: Modeling Functional Variation
with Anke Lüdeling (HU Berlin) and Aria Adli (University of Cologne)
March 8-10, 2017 in Saarbrücken, Germany