Paul G. Standwood Prize

Philippine Geelhand de Merxem, Academic Researcher at the Research Center LaDisco of the Faculty of Arts of ULB, has received recently the Paul G. Standwood prize for her thesis published in co-supervision in Languages, Letters and Communication (ULB) and the English Language and Litteratures (The University of British Columbia) on: Discourse coherence and atypicality in[…]

Public defence of the PhD Thesis of Emma VANDEN WYNGAERD

Emma VANDEN WYNGAERD’s public defence for her PhD Thesis “Bilingual Implications:Using code-switching data to inform linguistic theory” will be held on January 29, 2020 from 2.30 to 4.30 pm. The jury is composed by Philippe DE BRABANTER (Promotor), Philippine GEELHAND DE MERXEM (Secretary, ULB), Mikhail KISSINE (ULB), Alain DELATTRE (President, ULB), Juana LICERAS (University of[…]

Public defence of the PhD Thesis of Sue GOOSSENS

Sue GOOSSENS’s public defence for her PhD Thesis “Embracing and rejecting multilingualism. A linguistic ethnographic study of policy negotiation in urban secondary school with a multilingual project” will be held on November 19, 2020 at 4 pm. The jury is composed by Jürgen JASPERS (Promotor), Xavier Luffin (President), Philippe DE BRABANTER (Secretary), Evie TOPS (ULB),[…]

LaDisco Seminar March 2018

The LaDisco Seminar of this month will be held on March 8, 2018 from 2 to 4 pm in room AZ4.103 and will present the following theme: (1) “Investigating code-switching: methodologies” by Emma Vanden Wyngaerd (2) “Interpretation of phonological information to infer lexical meaning in ASD and in SLI” by Ekaterina Ostaschenko