News Symposium 2021

17/11/21 – The winners of the 3 poster prizes

The poster of Catia Cucchiarini, Ferdy Hubers, Nicoline van der Sijs (Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen) on Does emigration affect idiomatic knowledge in the native language? received the most votes and thus won the 1st prize.

The second place goes to the poster of Christoph Gabriel, Jonas Grünke (Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz) on Patterns of language dominance in German-Turkish heritage bilingualism: the case of adolescent learners of French.

The 3rd prize goes to the poster of Jacqueline Hirsh Greene (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München) on Jewish English Among Adjacencies of Non-Jews in Middle America.

Congratulations to all winners!

17/11/21 – Thanks to all paticipants

We would like to thank all speakers for their interesting contributions and all participants for their overwhelming interest in this year’s LIPP Symposium and for their numerous contributions. We are very pleased that the 27th LIPP Symposium was also successful as a virtual event.

14/09/21 – Registration open

Registration for the 27th LIPP Symposium is now open. We kindly ask you to register on Eventbrite.

13/09/21 – Program published

The program for the 27th LIPP Symposium is online.

07/09/21 — Book of abstracts published

The book of abstracts, which includes the abstracts of all keynotes, talks, and posters, is now available here.

04/08/21 — Call for Papers Is Open

We are pleased to announce that the call for papers for the 27th LIPP Symposium is now officially open. Please see the call page for detailed information. We are looking forward to receiving many exciting contributions!