2016 Annual Meeting of the
Linguistics Association of Great Britain


University of York, 6-9 September 2016


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Workshop on Morphological Zeroes | Workshop on Computation | Summer School


SPECIAL EVENTS AT LAGB 2016


HENRY SWEET LECTURE 2016

Bernard Comrie (University of California Santa Barbara) 

'Verb Root Ellipsis'


LINGUISTICS ASSOCIATION LECTURE 2016

Paul Smolensky (Johns Hopkins University) 

'Non-discrete Structures in Grammar'



Workshop on Morphological Zeroes (organised by Matthew Baerman and Bernard Comrie)

This workshop will be held in conjunction with Bernard Comrie's Henry Sweet Lecture on Weds 7 September 2016.


Workshop on Advances in Linguistic Theory Through Computation (organised by Jennifer Culbertson and Paul Smolensky)

This workshop will be held in conjunction with Paul Smolensky's Linguistics Association Lecture on Friday 9 September 2016.


THEMED SESSIONS CONVENED BY MEMBERS

A number of themed sessions dedicated to a particular issue in linguistic theory will take place throughout the conference. Details of how to convene your own themed session are available in the Call for Papers and Themed Sessions.


LANGUAGE TUTORIAL

There will be a Language Tutorial on Jaminjung/Ngaliwurru, given by Eva Schultze-Berndt (Manchester University) on Wednesday 7 and Thursday 8 September 2016.

 

LAGB SUMMER SCHOOL 2016

The LAGB Summer School 2016 will provide postgraduate students with the opportunity to attend masterclasses in linguistics, receive training opportunities, meet linguists and socialise with other postgraduate students from across the UK. The one-day LAGB Summer School will take place on Tuesday 6 September 2015. This event is co-organised by the LAGB Committee and the LAGB Student Committee.

EDUCATION SESSION

The LAGB Education Committee will hold a two-hour session entitled Communicating with Other Worlds: Formal Linguistic Second Language Acquisition and Language Teaching. Further details will be available on the LAGB Education Committee website.


Please note that LAGB 2016 takes place just after Sinn und Bedeutung 21 (partly sponsored by the LAGB), which will take at the University of Edinburgh 4-6 September 2016. 

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