Selecciones docentes: Seminario de Semántica y Fonética y Fonología II A (ISPJVG)

Selección docente para designar profesor/a interino/a en:
Seminario de Semántica
Diplomatura Superior en Ciencias del Lenguaje
Instituto Superior del Profesorado Dr. Joaquín V. González
Llamado a concurso Diplomatura Sup Cs. del Lenguaje Seminario de Semantica (1)
Selección docente para designar profesor/a interino/a en:
Fonética y Fonología II
Profesorado en Inglés
Instituto Superior del Profesorado Dr. Joaquín V. González
Llamado a concurso Inglés Fonetica y Fonología II A

The 14th Syntax and Semantics Conference in Paris (CSSP 2021)

PhD course on Dynamic Syntax

PhD course on Dynamic Syntax

The University of Bergen in Norway is hosting an online PhD course on Dynamic Syntax via Zoom from May 21-June 1, 2021Dynamic Syntax is a grammar formalism which aims to capture the real-time parsing and production of language. The course will be of particular interest to those working in syntax, semantics, and the syntax-semantics interface, as well as natural language modelling and computational linguistics, but is open to all!

For more information on this formalism, please visit the DS website

45th annual Penn Linguistics Conference (PLC 45)

Cargo de Ayudante de primera interino (suplencia) para Semántica y Pragmática (UBA)

Congreso Internacional – La lingüística de Coseriu – origen y actualidad

Congreso Internacional
La lingüística de Coseriu – origen y actualidad

Zurique, Suíça
16/06/2021 ao 19/06/2021

Call for papers

Eugenio Coseriu (1921-2002) fue uno de los lingüistas más influyentes del siglo XX. Su teoría del lenguaje tuvo un impacto importante en la lingüística románica y general contemporánea. Las propuestas de Coseriu de los años 1950 se pueden considerar pioneras en varias ramas lingüísticas (como en la teoría de cambio lingüístico, la pragmática, la lingüística del texto, la lingüística variacional o la semántica). Sin embargo, aunque varios de sus conceptos llegaron a ser parte del canon de lingüística, otros permanecieron en gran medida desconocidos por lo menos fuera del círculo de sus discípulos.El centenario de su nacimiento en 2021 será la ocasión para la celebración de un congreso internacional organizado por la Universidad de Zúrich en colaboración con el Archivo Eugenio Coseriu de la Universidad de Tubinga. Los objetivos del congreso serán• debatir acerca del origen y la evolución del pensamiento de Coseriu,

• comentar la influencia de los conceptos coserianos en la evolución de la lingüística del siglo XX y su presencia continua,
• hablar de la relación de la lingüística coseriana con otras teorías y escuelas.Aparte de este foco general, cada día de congreso tendrá un foco temático en una de las áreas siguientes:• Variedades lingüísticas
• Cambio lingüístico
• Pragmática y lingüística textual
• Norma y corrección

Los resúmenes para presentaciones orales (30 minutos + 10 minutes de discusión) deben enviarse antes del 31 de diciembre a kabatek@rom.uzh.ch

Lenguas del congreso: inglés, lenguas romances, alemán.Acrónimo: COSERIU100
Romanisches Seminar, Universität Zürich
Event-URL: www.coseriu100.info
(puede ser consultada en español, inglés, alemán, italiano, francés y rumano)
Zúrich, Suiza – Del 16/06/2021 al 19/06/2021

El 19 de junio, habrá una excursión a la Universidad de Tubinga, incluyendo una visita al Archivo Eugenio Coseriu.
Contacto: kabatek@rom.uzh.ch

Conferenciantes plenaristas: N.N.

Otros eventos que van a tener lugar durante el congreso:
• Presentaciones de libros
• Presentaciones de proyectos: Archivo Coseriu, proyectos de edición, proyecto C@seriu
• Mesa redonda: La lingüística coseriana, hoy
• Mesa redonda: Edición digital de cartas

Comité científico:
• Sarah Dessì Schmid, Universität Tübingen
• Wolf Dietrich, Universität Münster
• Carlos Garatea Grau, Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú
• Miguel Casas Gómez, Universidad de Cádiz
• Gerda Hassler, Universität Potsdam
• Araceli López Serena, Universidad de Sevilla
• Óscar Loureda Lamas, Universität Heidelberg
• Alfredo Matus Olivier, Academia Chilena de la Lengua
• Wiltrud Mihatsch, Universität Tübingen
• Emma Tamaian-Morita, Kindai University, Osaka
• Klaas Willems, Universiteit Gent

Calendario:
• Call for papers: Agosto 2020
• Fecha de entrega de resúmenes: 31.12.2020
• Aceptación/rechazo: 15.02.2021

Organización:
Prof. Dr. Johannes Kabatek
Romanisches Seminar der Universität Zürich
Zürichbergstrasse 8
CH-8032 Zürich, Suiza

En colaboración con:
Archivo Eugenio Coseriu – Prof. Dr. Wiltrud Mihatsch
Romanisches Seminar der Universität Tübingen
Wilhelmstrasse 50
D-72074 Tübingen, Alemania

Inviting Applications to the Language Science Doctoral Program at UC Irvine

Inviting Applications to the Language Science Doctoral Program at UC Irvine

The Department of Language Science at the University of California, Irvine, invites applications for Fall, 2021, for our language science doctoral program. UCI is located in Orange County, CA, between Los Angeles and San Diego, and just minutes from the ocean. We are a Department of Language Science that merges the cross-disciplinarity of linguistics, psychology, and cognitive neuroscience with a focus on computational and experimental studies of language development, semantics and pragmatics, syntax, speech, and bilingualism. As the first of its kind in the country, our program provides a new approach to the science of language, enabling exciting opportunities for deep collaboration and cutting edge cross-fertilization. Our aim is to prepare students to be at the forefront of change in the field, empowering them to be the future leaders driving innovation. Our faculty bring expertise in innovative technologies for quantitative, neuroscientific, and behavioral approaches to language science.

We anticipate adding a number of new faculty by Fall, 2021 who will add to existing strengths and contribute to the breadth of our graduate program. Language Science graduate training incorporates curricular flexibility, development of technical communication skills, and prioritization of research early in the graduate career. We welcome applications from students who wish to develop cross-disciplinary collaborations across different faculty research programs. New students will join a cohort of 11 graduate students and two post doctoral fellows.

We encourage prospective students to contact faculty for specific information about their labs or Judith Kroll (judith.kroll@uci.edu), graduate director, for more general information about the program.  The deadline for applications is December 1, 2020.

The core language science faculty include:
Richard Futrell (rfutrell@uci.edu): linguistics, natural language processing, Bayesian modeling, information theory
Gregory Hickok (greg.hickok@uci.edu): neuroanatomy of language, neural plasticity, neuroimaging, cognitive neuroscience
Judith Kroll (judith.kroll@uci.edu): bilingualism, cognition, language processing, cognitive neuroscience
Lisa Pearl (lpearl@uci.edu): language development, linguistics, computational sociolinguistics, cognitive modeling
Gregory Scontras (gscontra@uci.edu): formal semantics, computational and experimental studies of meaning, heritage languages

Affiliated language science faculty include:
Alyssa Brewer (aabrewer@uci.edu): neuroimaging of visual perception, visual deficits, neurological disorders
Brandy Gatlin (gatlinb@uci.edu)language, reading, writing, cultural and linguistic diversity, measurement and assessment, instruction
Young-Suk Kim (youngsk7@uci.edu): Language, cognition, reading, writing, development, bilingual & biliteracy acquisition, dual language learners, English learners
J. Zoe Klemfuss (jklemfus@uci.edu): narrative development; children’s autobiographical memory; sociocontextual influences on children’s narrative, memory, and well-being; children’s eyewitness abilities
Glenn Levine (glevine@uci.edu): applied linguistics, theoretical linguistics, foreign language pedagogy, German-Jewish literature, Yiddish language and literature
Elizabeth Peña (edpena@uci.edu)bilingualism, language impairment, language development, assessment bias and measurement
Rubén G. Rumbaut ( rrumbaut@uci.edu): international immigration, refugee movements, bilingualism and language loss, educational and occupational achievement
Sameer Singh (sameer@uci.edu)large-scale machine learning, information extraction, natural language processing, probabilistic programming, interactive machine learning, distributed & parallel inference, semi-supervised learning
Julio Torres (torresju@uci.edu)heritage and second language acquisition, bilingualism, cognition, task-based language learning, curriculum & instruction
Kai Wehmeier (wehmeier@uci.edu)logic, philosophy of logic and language, early analytic philosophy, philosophy of mathematics

Emeritus Faculty
Virginia Mann (vmann@uci.edu): reading ability, speech perception
Bernard Tranel (bhtranel@uci.edu): linguistic theory, phonology, phonetics, morphology, Optimality Theory, Romance languages, French linguistics, tone languages, Margi, Mixtec

Two-Year PostDoc in ERC Project LeibnizDream

University or Organization: ZAS
Department: Semantics-Pragmatics
Job Location: Berlin, Germany
Web Address
Job Title: Two-Year PostDoc in ERC Project LeibnizDream
Job Rank: Post Doc
Specialty Areas: General Linguistics; Semantics

Description:
The Leibniz-Center General Linguistics (ZAS, www.leibniz-zas.de) invites applications for a two-year full-time post-doctoral research position in the ERC research project LeibnizDream (www.leibnizdream.eu), Generator group, PI Uli Sauerland starting January 1st, 2021 or soon thereafter. The regulations of German limited term contract law apply. For applicants who have not worked at ZAS before the contract duration would be for 24 months. Pay is at the E13 level of the German TVöD payscale. Applications for less than full-time hours will be considered.

Requirements:
– Strong expertise in semantics
– Completed Ph.D. by the time of appointment

Desired Assets:
– Cross-linguistic semantics and fieldwork
– Language acquisition
– Syntax/semantics interface and morpho-semantics
– Experimental methods and statistics
– Teaching competence including for instructional videos
– Tech skills for collaborative, open science and computational methods
– Proven team-work skills

Duties:
You work in different small teams with experts on language acquistion and morphology to design and evaluate cross-linguistic acquisition studies to test the Meaning First view of grammar the project is based on. The comparative experiments are carried out across up to 50 different languages in collaboration with partners across the globe following the specification of the project grant. You lead one such study and contribute to up to three others as the semanticist. We target six different areas of morpho-syntax/semantics, 1) the expression of causation and agency, and 2) of motion events, 3) the binary connectives, 4) negative concepts such as exclusion, antonyms, and negation, 5) quantificational concepts including genericity and distributivity, and 6) dependencies most frequently analyzed as variable binding (wh-questions, relative clauses, degree clauses).The project aims for cultural diversity and gender balance of its staff. The project furthermore seeks to implement the principles of open science. ZAS is an equal opportunity employer.

Applications must be submitted via electronic mail and include the following four items (1, 2 and 3 in PDF format):

1) A letter of intent specifying research experience and plans;
2) The curriculum vitae including a complete list of publications;
3) Electronic copies of up to three representative publications; and
4) The names and email addresses of at least two scholars to be contacted for letters of recommendation. Interested researchers wishing for secure
communication with PGP can contact us for the necessary encryption key.

Application Deadline: 06-Sep-2020

Email Address for Applications: leibnizdream@leibniz-zas.de
Contact Information:
Project LeibnizDream
Email: leibnizdream@leibniz-zas.de