News

Upcoming Events

Field Linguistics Workshop 2019 schedule

Posted:2019.06.03

For the latest information, please see here

29 May (Wed.) (Already held)

Technical workshop: Field note taking (2): Methods of utilizing digital devices

For details, please see here.

10 and 17 July (Wed.) (Already held)

Field linguistics workshop: Technical workshop: How to design an effective research poster

For details, please see here.

24 September (Tue.)

Grammatical Studies Workshops: Language games and phonology (1)

For details, please see here.

 

Late October

Technical Workshops: Basic and advanced text manipulation: search, replace, grep and sort

December

Grammatical Studies Workshops: Writing better abstracts for conference presentations

January, 2020

Technical Workshops: Data management for field linguistics

January, 2020

Grammatical Studies Workshops: Language games and phonology (2)

26–28 January, 2020 (Wed.–Fri.)

Field Linguistics Workshop: Spring Festa 2020
It is a 3-day workshop. On the first day, lectures will be given. On the second day, practical training will be held (including some of the contents of this year’s workshops). On the third day, individual surveys and research consultations will be conducted.

Field Linguistics Workshop

ILCAA offers various workshops on field linguistics aimed mainly at junior researchers such as graduate students and post-doctoral researchers. The workshops aim to offer lectures and training that are useful for documenting and describing under-studied and under-documented languages.
LingDy3 project play a central role in conceptualizing and conducting the workshops.
There are two kinds of the workshops.

  • Grammatical Studies Workshops:Workshops on various grammatical topics.
  • Technical Workshops:Workshops on technical issues concerning field linguistics, such as managing and processing linguistic data.

Field Linguistics Workshop

http://www.aa.tufs.ac.jp/ja/training/fieldling-ws

 

(Posted 3 June, 2019)
(Updated 4 June, 2019)
(Updated 10 June, 2019)
(Updated 18 June, 2019)
(Updated 24 June, 2019)
(Updated 16 July, 2019)

Print

PAGE
TOP