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9. Linguistik Meetup Berlin-Brandenburg

The Chair of Romance Linguistics (Prof. Dr. Melanie Uth) is pleased to support the 9th Linguistics Meetup Berlin-Brandenburg, which will take place on 29 September 2022 at the University of Potsdam.

The workshop offers all students (Bachelor, Master, or PhD) in linguistics and related disciplines the opportunity to present their own research projects (e.g. term papers, final theses). It does not matter whether it is a small project from seminars, the discussion of exciting papers, or the last term paper: At the Linguistics Meetup Berlin-Brandenburg you can present your ideas and gain your first experience at scientific conferences. Above all, the focus lies on socializing with other linguists. This year, participants will also hear keynotes by young researchers from Berlin and Brandenburg.

At the workshop, students (Bachelor, Master, or PhD) in linguistics and related disciplines will present their own research projects (e.g. term papers, final theses). The focus lies on socializing with other linguists. This year, participants will also hear keynotes by young researchers from Berlin and Brandenburg.

You can find all the news about the conference on their Webseite as well as on Twitter or Instagram.

Registration and Call for Abstracts are open till September the 1st., 2022!

Campus Neues Palais, Haus 11
Foto: Michael Konarski

Tagungsort

Universität Potsdam, Campus I - Am Neuen Palais
Haus 11, Hörsaal 09 (Raum 1.11.0.09)
Am Neuen Palais 10
14469 Potsdam

Organisation

The first Linguistik Meetup Berlin-Brandenburg took place in 2014 at TU Berlin. Since then, the workshop has been hosted by a different university each year. Each workshop was independtly organised by local students and doctoral candidates.

This year, the Linguistik Meetup Berlin-Brandenburg is organized by:

  • Patrick Auhagen (Uni Potsdam)
  • Helen Besel (Uni Potsdam)
  • Henrik Discher (HU Berlin)
  • Luisa Kalvelage (HU Berlin)
  • Radim Lacina (Uni Potsdam)
  • Johanna Pott (Uni Potsdam)
Campus Neues Palais, Haus 11
Foto: Michael Konarski