A series of open lectures accompanying the school:
Thu 6 June, 15:00: Kevin McManus (Pennsylvania State University) “Replication research: What it is and why we should be doing more of it”
Fri 7 June, 13:15 Gunnar Jacob (TU Kaiserslautern) “If you start early, start with inflection – Selective effects of age-of-acquisition in L2 morphological processing”
Fri 7 June, 15:00 Jeremi Ochab (Uniwersytet Jagielloński) “Licz się z tekstem – z literaturą jak ze spamem”
Thu 13 June, 16:00: Luke Plonsky (Northern Arizona University) “Got grit? Passion and perseverance as predictors of L2 achievement”
Fri 14 June, 16:00: Stefan Th. Gries (University of California, Santa Barbara) “Quantitative corpus linguistics helps everywhere: Applications from phonetics (by native speakers), complementation (by learners) and the American Supreme Court”
The lectures will take place in Rm 1.008 on the first floor of the Institute of Applied Linguistics at ul. Dobra 55. The lectures are open to all students and faculty.