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8 February 2015

Welcome to LATTICE!

LATTICE is a linguistics lab funded by three organizations: CNRS, Ecole Normale Supérieure and University Paris 3-Sorbonne Nouvelle. Our research mainly deals with linguistics and natural language processing. The lab is a member of two labex (clusters of labs known as "laboratoire d’excellence"): Transfers that groups together the majority of labs in humanities from Ecole Normale Supérieure (IDEX PSL*) and EFL (Empirical Fundations of Linguistics) that groups together the majority of labs in linguistics within Paris (PRES Sorbonne Paris Cité)

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17 November 2016

Journées sames 18-19 Novembre 2016

Les Journées sames s’inscrivent dans la lignée des journées finno-ougriennes organisées chaque automne par l’Inalco et l’ADEFO en coopération avec diverses autres institutions internationales. Leur objectif est de présenter au public français une population finno-ougrienne en rassemblant les meilleurs spécialistes au niveau international ainsi que des représentants des communautés en question.

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14 October 2016

Colloque TAM-E (Tense, Aspect, Mood, Modality and Evidentiality) , les 17 et 18 novembre 2016 à l’Université de Paris 7-Diderot

Le Lattice en collaboration avec le Clillac-ARP co-organise le colloque TAM-E (Tense, Aspect, Mood, Modality and Evidentiality) , les 17 et 18 novembre 2016 à l’Université de Paris 7-Diderot, sur les domaines suivants : linguistique contrastive, linguistique cognitive, approche typologique et linguistique appliquée en acquisition.

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13 October 2016

Workshop Existential Constructions in Typological Perspective

Laure Sarda and Anne Carlier sets up the workshop "Existential Constructions in Typological Perspective" from 18 to 19 november 2016.

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4 August 2016

7th workshop "Cognitive Aspects of Computational Language Learning"

The 7th workshop ’"Cognitive Aspects of Computational Language Learning"" is organized on 11 August during ACL 2016 in Berlin.

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8 July 2016

Nouvelle parution : Connexion et Indexation, ces liens qui tissent le texte

Parution de Connexion et Indexation, ces liens qui tissent le texte, sous la direction de Laure Sarda, Denis Vigier et Bernard Combettes.

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To be noted

Adam Killgarriff passed away

With great sadness, I am writing to let you know that our friend and colleague, Adam Kilgarriff (...)

Historical Glottometry

Historical Glottometry (HG) is a quantitative, non-cladistic approach to language subgrouping that draws on dialectology and social-network analysis. It is being developed by Siva Kalyan (ANU) and Alexandre François (CNRS LaCiTO).

To whom should I say "tu" or should I say "vous"?

To whom should I say "tu" or should I say "vous"? This is one of the more complex and (...)

Language: The Cultural Tool

Language: The Cultural Tool.
By Daniel Everett.
Pantheon; 351 pages.
For half a century an (...)

The myth of language universals

There are about 7,000 languages around the world. Cognitive scientists often assume that languages are all built to a common pattern. This widespread assumption seems to be a myth: Not language universals, but diversity can be found on almost every level of linguistic organisation, Stephen Levinson (codirector MPI for Psycholinguistics) and Nicholas Evans (Australian National University) argue in a comprehensive article in October’s issue of Behavioral and Brain Sciences. It’s entitled: The myth of language universals: Language diversity and its importance for cognitive science.