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SUMMER 2018 ISSUE OF THE ATHEME NEWSLETTER – OUT NOW!

The eighth issue of the AThEME e-newsletter gives a wealth of information about what our researchers and dissemination partners have been up to these last couple of months. As always, the newsletter includes updates on research, dissemination…

Latest research: Evidence for an advantage of bilingualism in dyslexia

This study, developed by the University of Verona (Italy), in collaboration with the University of Trento (Italy) and the Xiamen University (China), sheds light on the relationship between bilingualism and developmental dyslexia by comparing…

Latest research: Children's early bilingualism and musical training

What do childhood bilingualism and musical training at an early age have in common when it comes to detecting prosody (i.e. rhythm, intonation and tone)? A new study by AThEME researchers from the University of Nova Gorica and the French National…

Winter 2017 issue of the AThEME newsletter - out now!

The seventh issue of the AThEME e-newsletter gives a wealth of information about what our researchers and dissemination partners have been up to these last couple of months. As always, the newsletter includes updates on research, dissemination…

AThEME in Barcelona

On the 15th – 17th November 2017, AThEME will organise a joint meeting with Bilingualism Matters and the AThEME Consortium members. Hosted by the Universitat Pompeu Fabra, in Barcelona, the meeting marks an important next step in the AThEME…

Visit AThEME at the DRONGO language festival 2017

On Friday September 29 and Saturday September 30, 2017 several AThEME researchers will present their research at the DRONGO language festival in The Netherlands. For the sixth time, the DRONGO language festival takes place in the Jaarbeurs…

Workshop 'Unergative predicates: Architecture and Variation' - Bilbao January 2018

The research centers Structures Formelles du Langage (UMR 7023, CNRS/Paris 8), IKER (UMR 5478, CNRS), the research groups Bas&Be (FFI2014-51878-P UPV/EHU) and the Bilingual Mind (IT665-13 UPV/EHU) co-organize the workshop 'Unergative predicates:…

Latest research: Evidence for an advantage of bilingualism in dyslexia

This study, developed by the University of Verona (Italy), in collaboration with the University of Trento (Italy) and the Xiamen University (China), sheds light on the relationship between bilingualism and developmental dyslexia by comparing…

Summer 2017 issue of the AThEME newsletter - out now!

The sixth issue of the AThEME e-newsletter gives a wealth of information about what our researchers and dissemination partners have been up to these last couple of months. As always, the newsletter includes updates on research, dissemination…

Summaries of AThEME Trento and Verona Meetings Available!

In September 2016, two important AThEME meetings took place in Italy; the first ever Dissemination Network Meeting in Trento and the second AThEME Consortium Meeting in Verona. The Dissemination Network Meeting (13 - 14 September) was hosted…

AThEME @ the 40th GLOW Colloquium in Leiden, The Netherlands

On the 14th - 18th of March 2017, the University of Leiden will host the 40th Generative Linguistics in the Old World (GLOW) colloquium. The GLOW 2017 programme consists of a main colloquium, three workshops and two special workshops. Hagit Borer,…

Conference on THE POLITICS OF MULTILINGUALISM – Call for Papers

On 22-24 May 2017, the Amsterdam School for Transnational, Regional and European Studies of the Faculty of Humanities of the Universiteit van Amsterdam will host an international conference organized by ARTES, ISPA’s RC50 and MIME: The…

Basque for Spanish speakers - by Beatriz Fernández

Basque for Spanish speakers (Or how so different languages look like each other) Euskera para castellanohablantes (O de cómo dos lenguas tan distintas se parecen tanto), Donostia/San Sebastián: Erein. Traditionally, Basque bilinguals have…

Winter 2016 issue of the AThEME newsletter - out now!

The fifth issue of the AThEME e-newsletter gives a wealth of information about what our researchers and dissemination partners have been up to these last couple of months. As always, the newsletter includes updates on research, dissemination…

International conference 'Language contact from an I-language perspective', also online!

Title: LANGUAGE CONTACT FROM AN I-LANGUAGE PERSPECTIVE This international conference aims at being a showcase for the latest contributions and advances in our understanding of contact related language change and language development. When:…
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