further events (winter terms 2021-22)


current events:

12/03/2021, 09.30 a.m. - 05.15 p.m.: workshop "Usage-based approaches to language contact"

  • Workshop with Ad Backus(University of Tilburg, The Netherlands), organised by the Research Group "Emerging Grammars in Language Contact Situations: A Comparative Approach" (RUEG, FOR 2537), in cooperation with the Centre Language - Variation - Multilingualims and the Turkic Linguistics Network Berlin-Brandenburg.
  • Where: Humboldt University (Berlin)
    For further information about programm and registration click here! Please note: Registration deadline is November 17th, 2021.

11/29/2021, 5 p.m.: "Intense Turkish-Dutch Bilingualism Leads to Intense Turkish-Dutch Mixing. A Usage-Based Account of Increasing Integration of Two Typologically Different Languages"

  • Guest speaker:Ad Backus(University of Tilburg, The Netherlands), organised by the Research Group "Emerging Grammars in Language Contact Situations: A Comparative Approach" (RUEG, FOR 2537), in cooperation with the Centre Language - Variation - Multilingualims and the Turkic Linguistics Network Berlin-Brandenburg.
  • For further information about programm and registration click here! Please note: Registration deadline is November 25th, 2021.

18th -19th of November & 02nd - 03rd of December 2021: Potsdam Winter School in Cognitive Sociolinguistics: Focus on South Africa

  • The workshops will comprise theoretical input and practical application and participants will encounter a range of ((cognitive)socio)linguistic methods and theories that are employed in exploring the cultural embeddedness of language use in South Africa. With following guest speakers:  Steph Cloete, Chantelle Kruger, Keabetswe Motlhodi, Arne Peters, Carolina Piotrowska.
  • For further information please contact svm-kontakt@uni-potsdam.de!

past events:

  • 11/09/2021, 4 p.m.: Guest speaker: Dr. Jaklin Kornfilt (Syracuse, N.Y.) "Unusual Relatives: Free Relatives and Free Adjuncts in Turkish", organised by the Research Group "Emerging Grammars in Language Contact Situations: A Comparative Approach" (RUEG, FOR 2537), in cooperation with the Centre Language - Variation - Multilingualims and the Turkic Linguistics Network Berlin-Brandenburg.