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  • Welcome Rafael!

    We welcome a new PhD candidate at Grammar & Cognition, Rafael Soto Setzke. His research project is concerned with the language of pain.

  • Luis Miguel Rojas Berscia in Focus podcast series

    Luis Miguel Rojas Berscia appeared in two (Dutch) episodes of the Focus podcast, where he talked about a new Amazonian language and Nimwèègs.

  • Corentin Bourdeau defended his thesis

    On 14 February 2024, Corentin Bourdeau defended his thesis titled ‘The Wolof basic clause and its information-structural derivatives’. With his research on information structure in Wolof, Corentin obtained the title of doctor.

  • Welcome Naomi

    Grammar and Cognition welcomes a new member, Naomi Shapiro!

  • Welcome Anna

    Grammar & Cognition welcomes a new PhD candidate, Anna Serke, who will study the indigenous language Taruma.

  • INAR 7 Conference

    Looking Back at INAR 7

    From 5 to 7 July 2023, we enjoyed an inspiring seventh workshop of the International Network of Address Research (INAR 7).

  • Cas Coopmans defended his thesis

    On 29 March 2023, Cas Coopmans defended his thesis titled ‘Triangles in the brain: The role of hierarchical structure in language use’.

  • From the Amazon to the Waterkwartier: Peruvian scientist to investigate ‘Nimwèègs’

    An article about Luis Miguel and his research on Nimwèègs has just appeared on Voxweb. You can read the article here.

  • Welcome Tamara and Levi

    Grammar and Cognition welcomes two new interns: Tamara Mauro and Levi Voeteé. They will work on a project about the processing of non-binary pronouns for their Research Master's lab rotation.

  • Dr. Luis Miguel in podcast Infernal Communication

    Dr. Luis Miguel Rojas Berscia was interviewed for the eighth episode of the podcast Infernal Communication, named ‘Lost in translation: There’s no such thing as bad English’.

  • Vlag Friesland

    Grant for research into Frisian forms of address

    Gerbrich de Jong receives a Doctoral grant for Teachers. The grant from the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO) will allow De Jong to do research on Frisian forms of address for the next five years.