24.2040, Summer Schools: Modified: The 11th annual NY-St. Petersburg Institute of Linguistics, Cognition and Culture (NYI-XI)/ St. Petersburg, Russia

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Subject: 24.2040, Summer Schools: Modified: The 11th annual NY-St. Petersburg Institute of Linguistics, Cognition and Culture (NYI-XI)/ St. Petersburg, Russia

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Date: Tue, 14 May 2013 10:48:57
From: John Frederick Bailyn [john.bailyn at stonybrook.edu]
Subject: Modified: The 11th annual NY-St. Petersburg Institute of Linguistics, Cognition and Culture (NYI-XI)/ St. Petersburg, Russia

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The 11th annual NY-St. Petersburg Institute of Linguistics, Cognition and Culture (NYI-XI)

Host Institution: Stony Brook University
Coordinating Institution: St. Petersburg State University
Website: http://www.nyi.spb.ru

Dates: 15-Jul-2013 - 02-Aug-2013
Location: St. Petersburg, Russia

Focus: The 11th annual NY-St. Petersburg Institute of Linguistics, Cognition and Culture (NYI-XI) is an interdisciplinary institute focusing on Generative Linguistics, Cognitive Psychology, Philosophy of Language and Culture/Media Studies.  NYI is open to advanced undergraduate and graduate students from all backgrounds and countries interested in comparative and formal approaches to Theoretical Linguistics and Cognition as well as Cultural and Media Studies.
Minimum Education Level: Undergraduate


Special Qualifications:
Advanced undergraduates and graduate students have priority.


Description:
Participants create their own study program from seminars in the following
fields:

- Generative Linguistics;
- Philosophy of Mind/Language
- Cognitive Psychology 
- Critical Cultural and Comparative Media Studies 

2013 Linguistics/Cognitive Studies Faculty:
- John F. Bailyn (Stony Brook University) 
- Rajesh Bhatt, (UMass Amherst)  
- Janet Dean Fodor (CUNY Graduate Center) 
- Jerry Fodor (Rutgers) 
- Caroline Heycock (University of Edinburg) 
- Sabine Iatridou (MIT) 
- Jaye Padgett (Santa Cruz) 
- Roumyana Pancheva (USC) 
- Sergei Tatevosov (Moscow State University)

For information on our Cultural and Media Studies faculty, please go to
http://www.nyi.spb.ru/faculty.

For our Cultural and Media Studies seminars, please visit:
http://www.nyi.spb.ru/seminars


Course(s) Offered:

Implicit Arguments
    Bhatt & Pancheva
Introduction to Language Learnabilty Theory
    Janet Fodor
The Nature of Concepts
    Jerry Fodor
Seminar in Syntax: "Being Syntactic"
    Heycock
Generative Syntax: An Advanced Introduction
    Iatridou
Explaining Phonology
    Padgett
The Syntax of Conditionals
    Bhatt, Iatridou, Pancheva
Introduction to Formal Semantics
    Tatevosov
Facets of Slavic Aspect
    Tatevosov, Pancheva, Iatridou

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics

Financial Aid: Applications accepted until 
Some mini-grants are available to offset travel costs.

Financial Aid Instructions:



Registration: 10-Apr-2013 to 31-May-2013

Contact Person: John Frederick Bailyn
                Email: john.bailyn at stonybrook.edu

Apply on the web: http://nyi.spb.ru/application

Registration Instructions:
Early Application Deadline for all students: April 10, 2013 ($50 fee
reduction).
Final Application Deadline for all students (if spaces remain): May 15, 2013.
Application Deadline for students needing visas: May 17.  Deadline for
students not needing visas: May 31 (if spaces remain).







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