Events in Freiburg

HPSL aims to foster young researchers: Master’s students attend HPSL events from their first semester onwards and are supported by postdoctoral scholars. Self-organized education is a vital characteristic of HPSL and promotes a hands-on understanding of a career in research.

All events are held in English if at least one participant is not fluent in the language announced.


Upcoming events in Freiburg:

April 3rd (9:30-18:00) Advanced Statistics: Generalized Additive Mixed Models (Workshop)
Dr. Vincent Porretta
luke.bradley@frequenz.uni-freiburg.de
Großer Sitzungssaal, Werthmannstraße 8, Freiburg
Freiburg
3 April – 3 May 2017 LGFG scholarship


Freiburg
5. Mai 2017 Colloquium zu Humor in Kognition und Interaktion
Prof. Dr. Evelyn Ferstl und Prof. Dr. Helga Kotthoff

HPCL, Belfortstr. 14, Bibliothek
Freiburg
June 2017 Achieving Synchrony in the Moving Arts and Body Therapies: Capoeira, Climbing, Yoga and Shiatsu (Workshop)
Prof. Dr. Hermann Herlinghaus and Prof. Dr. Stefan Pfänder

Freiburg
October 2017-February 2018, April-July 2018 Lecture series "Body, Mind and Soul"
Prof. Dr. Claas Lahmann and Prof. Dr. Carl Scheidt

Freiburg
3 - 4 November 2017 Lecture and Workshop with Prof. Dr. Steven Knoblauch "The Musical Flow of Tensions in Clinical Interaction. A Different Kind of Attention"
Prof. Dr. Michael Buchholz and Prof. Dr. Stefan Pfänder
elke.schumann@romanistik.uni-freiburg.de
FRIAS Albertstraße 19 79104 Freiburg
Freiburg
1.-3. February 2018 Conference "Rhythm and Sound in Performative Practices and Psychotherapy"
Prof. Dr. Michael Buchholz und Prof. Dr. Stefan Pfänder

FRIAS (Main seminar room, Ground Floor), Freiburg, Germany
Freiburg
May 2018 Agonalidad en interacción - Procesos de sincronización y desincronización en conversaciones, discursos y lenguas en contacto
Prof. Dr. Hermann Herlinghaus and Prof. Dr. Stefan Pfänder

Freiburg
28.-30. June 2018 Conference "Multimodal Research in Embodied Interaction: State of the (empirical) Art"
Prof. Dr. Claas Lahmann and Prof. Dr. Carl Scheidt

Freiburg
5.-7. July 2018 Breaks and constructions. Exploring the relevance of discontinuities, interruptions and break-offs in talk-in-interaction for language change
Prof. Dr. Mar Garachana and Dr. Oliver Ehmer

Freiburg

News

HPCL, HPSL and the GRK 1624 gratulate Bernd Kortmann and his team (Katja Roller und Marten Juskan) on winning the Instructional Development Award 2016. Awarded was the project “FREDDIE (FReiburg English Dialect Database for Instruction and E-learning) – Eine multimediale Plattform für forschendes, korpusbasiertes Lernen.”
If you want to learn more about the project, click here (German version).
The online version of FRED (“Freiburg English Dialect Corpus”) is accessible on the website of the UB Freiburg.

The HPSL was attributed the official Eucor - The European Campus label.

TV-Beitrag (Komi mit russischen Untertiteln) über das Komi-Dokumentationsprojekt der Freiburg Research Group in Saami Studies

Junge Forscher statt alte Studenten (Bericht, uni'campus, 03/2014)

Halten Graduiertenschulen was sie versprechen? (Ute Schulze und Valentin Klotzbücher, Forschung&Lehre 5/14

Pilotstudie Ausbildungs- und Karrierewege Hermann Paul School of Linguistics: Abschlussbericht

Newsletter Issue no. 6: Deutsch

Newsletter Issue no. 5: Deutsch

Newsletter Issue no. 4: English

Newsletter Issue no. 3: English

Newsletter Issue no. 1&2: German English

Scholarships

PhD Scholarships Hermann Paul Scholarships in Linguistics 2014

The Hermann Paul Scholarships in Linguistics 2014 in Freiburg went to Sonya Kinsey and Uliana Schöller. Congratulations!

The Hermann Paul Scholarships in Linguistics 2014 in Basel went to Carolina Spiegel and Burak S. Tekin. Congratulations!

PhD Scholarship Promotionskolleg Empirische Linguistik (PEL) 2014

The PEL scholarship 2014 went to Hanna Thiele. Congratulations!

Upcoming Events

29. März 2017 14:00-16:30 Uhr
A scalable approach to the extraction of constructions: replicable (semi-) automatic techniques for analyzing linguistic patterns (Workshop)

Freitag, 31.März 2017, 13:00-16:00 Uhr; drei weitere Termine nach Vereinbarung
Linguistic Landscapes in the City - Language Choices in Multilingual Setting (Forschungsseminar, Blockveranstaltung)