Workshops and conferences 2019


Workshop of the PARTE network

25. January 2019, University of Zurich

Workshop as part of the URPP research group "Systems of Nominal Determination in Contact (SyNoDe)", organized by Tabea Ihsane and Elisabeth Stark

More information about the PARTE network can be found here.


Workshop "Spatial patterns of language evolution"

24. January 2019, University of Zurich

Workshop as part of the URPP research group "Areal Morphology", organized by Peter Ranacher, leader GISGroup in the Language and Space Lab

Invited Speakers: Marco Túlio Pacheco Coelho is a researcher at the Biocultural Diversity & Conservation lab at Colorado State University (USA) and at the Theoretical Ecology and Synthesis lab at Universidade Federal de Goiás (Brazil) where he uses methods of Biogeography, such as mechanistic simulation models, to investigate two fundamental facts about human diversity: why do humans speak so many languages and why are these languages so unevenly distributed across the globe.

More details can be found here