OPEN FORUM FOR GRAMMATICAL THEORY
Welcome to StreamGram!
StreamGram is an Open Access resource that collects links to theoretical linguistics events in streaming : talks, lectures, conferences.
If you are streaming a theoretical linguistics event, or if you wish to put the video of a talk online so that other people can find it easily, please read the instructions and send us an email at: StreamGram.OFGT@gmail.com
Abralin ao vivo
Abralin ao Vivo – Linguists Online has a daily schedule of lectures and panel session with distinguished linguists from all over the world and from all subdisciplines. Most of the lectures and discussions will be in English. These activities will be broadcast online, on an open and interactive platform: abral.in/aovivo. The broadcasts will be freely available for later access on the platform afterwards.
21 April - 5 May 2020 - University of Venice
21 April, 14:00 - 15:30 - Virginia Valian, CUNY Graduate Center & Ca' Foscari University of Venice - Inferring a grammar: Children's language development and use
28 April 28, 14:00 - 15:30 - Mila Vulchanova & Valentin Vulchanov, NTNU - Early Language Development in the Digital Age
5 May, 16:00-17:30 - Ioulia Kovelman, University of Michigan - The Bilingual Brain: Cross-Linguistic Impact on Child Literacy
24 March - 7 April 2020, 14:00 - 15:30 - University of Venice
Venice Research Webinar in Linguistics (VeReWebLing)
24 March - Chiara Gianollo, University of Bologna - Indefinites and cyclical change
31 March - Federica Cognola, Ca' Foscari University in Venice - On the licensing of null subjects across main clauses in Old High German and Old Italian (joint work with George Walkden)
7 April - Virginia Valian, CUNY - How abstract is children’s early grammar?
3 February-10 March 2020
Crash Course in Formal Linguistics, University of Utrecht
3 March, 4PM - Yoad Winter - Formal Grammar PART 1