Lidia Costamagna (Università per Stranieri di Perugia)
Elisa Di Domenico (Università per Stranieri di Perugia)
Simona Matteini (CISCL Università di Siena)
Adriana Belletti (Università di Siena / Université de Genève)
Cornelia Hamann (Carl von Ossiezky Universität Oldenburg)
Aula VI, Palazzo Gallenga, Piazza Fortebraccio 4, Perugia, Italy
New deadline for the submission of abstracts: December 10, 2014
Notification of acceptance: No later than January 15, 2015
Following requests from colleagues the submissione deadline is extended to December 10, 2014
The workshop will host oral presentations and one poster session. Talks will be 30 minutes + 10 minutes for discussion
Work in generative grammar has highlighted that human beings are endowed with a peculiar faculty to acquire a language, grounded in a basic principle (Chomsky 2013). Multilingualism is however a characteristic feature of humans (Paradis et al. 2010 a.o), and when more than one language is at stake in the same individual, the following has been observed:
This workshop addresses the following questions:
Chomsky, N. (2005) Three factors in language design, Linguistic Inquiry, 36/1: 1-22.
Chomsky, N. (2013) Problems of projection, Lingua 130: 33 - 49
Paradis, J. (2010), The interface between bilingual development and specific language impairment, Applied Psycholinguistics, 31: 227- 252.
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