SSoL 2015

The 9th Summer School of Linguistics took place from 15 to 21 August 2015 in Dačice, Czech Republic. It was financially supported by the Faculty of Arts, Charles University in Prague.

Schedule

  10.00–11.10 11.20–12.30 14.00–15.10 15.20–16.30 17.00–18.10 18.20–19.30
Sa
15. 8.
ARRIVAL ARRIVAL ARRIVAL Havlíček:
Evolution of communication
Dunn:
Evolutionary analysis of linguistic change I.
Dunn:
Evolutionary analysis of linguistic change II.
Su
16. 8.
Havlíček:
Human chemosensory communication
Smolík:
Challenges in studying children's morphosyntax: comprehension of case and agreement
Dunn:
Evolutionary analysis of linguistic change III.
Keuleers:
From the lab to the crowd: How megastudies and crowdsourcing are advancing psycholinguistics
FREE FREE
Mo
17. 8.
POSTER SESSION POSTER SESSION Keuleers:
When, where, and by whom words happen: A unified view on measures of word frequency, contextual diversity, and word prevalence
Karpiński:
Exploring the boundaries of language I.
WORKSHOPS:
Dotlačil:
How to study and analyze reading – two experimental methods
Mačutek & Koščová:
Cluster analysis and its application in the classification of languages/texts
FREE
Tu
18. 8.
FREE Karpiński:
Exploring the boundaries of language II.
WORKSHOPS:
Dotlačil:
How to study and analyze reading – two experimental methods
Mačutek & Koščová:
Cluster analysis and its application in the classification of languages/texts
WORKSHOPS:
Dotlačil:
How to study and analyze reading – two experimental methods
Mačutek & Koščová:
Cluster analysis and its application in the classification of languages/texts
E. Sneed German:
Online processing in L1 and L2: Similarities and differences revealed by ERPs
J. Sneed German:
Hybrid Models in Phonology
We
19. 8.
FREE FREE WORKSHOPS:
Dotlačil:
How to study and analyze reading – two experimental methods
Mačutek & Koščová:
Cluster analysis and its application in the classification of languages/texts
J. Sneed German:
Variability in the Prosodic Realization of Focus
Beňuš:
Entrainment in spoken interactions I.
Skarnitzl:
How Is the Speaker’s Identity Reflected in the Speech Signal? I.
Th
20. 8.
Pešková:
Romance vs. Slavic Pro-Drop
Skarnitzl:
How Is the Speaker’s Identity Reflected in the Speech Signal? II.
WORKSHOPS:
Dotlačil:
How to study and analyze reading – two experimental methods
Mačutek & Koščová:
Cluster analysis and its application in the classification of languages/texts
Kopecka:
Motion events across and within languages I. 
Szewczyk:
What ERPs tell us about prediction in language comprehension? I.
Beňuš:
Entrainment in spoken interactions II.
Fr
21. 8.
WORKSHOPS:
Dotlačil:
How to study and analyze reading – two experimental methods
Mačutek & Koščová:
Cluster analysis and its application in the classification of languages/texts
Kopecka:
Motion events across and within languages II.
Szewczyk:
What ERPs tell us about prediction in language comprehension? II.
     


Lecturers

Štefan Beňuš (Univerzita Konstantina Filozofa v Nitře)
Jakub Dotlačil (University of Groningen)
Michael Dunn (Uppsala University)
Jan Havlíček (Univerzita Karlova v Praze)
Maciej Karpiński (Adam Mickiewicz University Poznań, Poland)
Emmanuel Keeulers (Ghent University)
Anetta Kopecka (Université Lyon 2)
Grzegorz Krajewski (University of Warsaw)
Ágnes Lukács (Budapest University of Technology and Economics) 
Ján Mačutek (Univerzita Komenského v Bratislavě)
Andrea Pešková (Universität Hamburg)
Radek Skarnitzl (Univerzita Karlova v Praze)
Elisa Sneed German (Aix-Marseille Université)
James Sneed German (Aix-Marseille Université)
Jakub Szewczyk (Uniwersytet Jagielloński)


Lecture abstracts

Lecture abstracts here.