[Lingtyp] Announcing the CNRS 2022 Summer School on “Semantic shifts from lexicon to grammar"
Maria Koptjevskaja Tamm
tamm at ling.su.se
Mon Jan 17 20:02:43 UTC 2022
We are pleased to announce that the CNRS 2022 Summer School on “Semantic shifts from lexicon to grammar – diachronic and typological perspectives” will be held at the IGESA centre in Fréjus on the French Riviera from 12th to 23rd September 2022, following its postponement in 2020 due to the epidemic.
The main objective of this Summer School is to explore the crossover between two focal areas of research in semantics – grammaticalization and lexical semantics – from a range of interdisciplinary perspectives such as language contact, areal linguistics, lexical typology and diachrony, as well as computer-assisted methodologies and tools.
The 2022 summer school has opted for a plenary format: Participants will be able to attend all twelve courses and workshops, as no parallel sessions have been scheduled. The courses will be presented in English. Two afternoons have also been set aside for discussion between the participants who, apart from the presenters, will comprise master and doctoral students, postdoctoral researchers and scholars.
Below is some essential information:
New Key Dates
· 14th February, 2022: Pre-registration opened
· 15th May, 2022: Deadline for sending a letter of
motivation (students only)
· 1st June, 2022: C Confirmation of registration starts
· 20th July, 2022: End of registration
· 1st – 8th September, 2022: Registration for Master classes &
presentations (Doctoral students)
Details about this event and the twelve courses to be offered can be found at the following website:
Looking forward very much to seeing you in the south of France!
The Organizing Committee:
Hilary Chappell, Benjamin Fagard, Maria Koptjevskaja Tamm, Martine Vanhove & Jeanne Zerner
Prof. Maria Koptjevskaja Tamm
Dept. of linguistics, Stockholm University
106 91 Stockholm, Sweden
tel.: +46-8-16 26 20
tamm at ling.su.se<mailto:tamm at ling.su.se>
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