The Summer School will include the following modules:
- Multilingualism and Neuroprotection
Jubin Abutalebi (Università Vita-Salute San Raffaele, Milan)
- Bilingual acquisition: the early stages
Fred Genesee (McGill University, Montreal)
- The social side of multilingualism
Katherine Kinzler (Cornell University, Ithaca
- Connecting language
Guillaume Thierry (Bangor University, Bangor)
In addition to the courses, the researchers' session* offers participants the opportunity to present and discuss their work and receive constructive feedback from the renowned experts present at the summer school. Participants attending the summer school are kindly invited to submit their contributions for the researchers' workshop, which will be held on Wednesday afternoon and Friday morning . Each contribution should use 15-20 minutes to present pre- or post-doctoral research either in progress or finished, and it will be followed by 5 minutes of discussion.
Workshop chair: Albert Costa, Cristina Baus and Marco Calabria (Pompeu Fabra University).
*This activity is not mandatory for attendees to the Summer School.
Proposals should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org - when you send the abstract, please make sure that both the subject of the e-mail and the name of the document contain the following information: "BSBM2017_NAME&SURNAME_workshop". The abstracts will be reviewed anonymously. Abstracts can have one or multilpe authors, and length should not exceed 200 words (excluding references).
EXTENDED Abstract submission deadline: 30th April 2017
NEW Notification of acceptance as poster or oral presentation: May 15th 2017
Tuesday, September 12
9:30-13:30: Jubin Abutalebi
15:30-19:00: Fred Genesee
Wednesday, September 13
9:30-13:30: Katherine D. Kinzler
15:30-18:30: Workshop I. Oral presentations by researchers
Thursday, September 14
9:30-13:30: Guillaume Thierry
Friday, September 15
9:30-13:30: Workshop II and Poster session
13.30 - 14.00: Certificates and closure
A coffee break service will be served per day at 11.30.
English will be the working language of the Summer School