LiDi 


Modern Linguistics

&

Language Didactics

Goals

The LiDi conference series aims at discussing the scope of recent findings in the field of linguistics as they potentially connect to the development of new instructional methods in language teaching. The LiDi series provides a platform for building new bridges that close the gap between the so-called social turn in educational linguistics and modern formal approaches to natural language, to eventually explore new teaching methodologies.

News

LiDi 2022:

Depicting grammatical categories in theoretical linguistics and language education


Organizers:

Holden Härtl & Katharina Zaychenko


April 28-29, 2022

University of Kassel (Germany)


Invited Speaker:

Rosemarie Tracy (University of Mannheim)


See website for details; CfP can be found here.

Archive

LiDi 2021:

[postponed from 2020

due to COVID-19]

(Mis-)matches between linguistic content knowledge and beliefs about language and linguistics


Organizer:

Daniela Elsner 


March 25-26, 2021

PH Vorarlberg (Austria)

see full program for details

LiDi 2019:

Grammaticality Judgments & Language Awareness


Organizers:

Angelina Firstein

& Björn Rothstein


March 28-29, 2019

Ruhr-University Bochum (Germany)

see full program for details

LiDi 2018:

Modern Linguistics

& Language Didactics 


Organizers:

Andreas Trotzke

& Tanja Kupisch


March 15-16, 2018

University of Konstanz (Germany)

see full program for details

Contact

Andreas Trotzke

Universität Konstanz

Fachbereich Linguistik

Universitätsstraße 10

78457 Konstanz

Tel: +49 7531 88-3942

E-Mail: andreas.trotzke@uni-konstanz.de

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