Best presentation Awards SLE 2011
Best poster presentation
- First prize. Merilin Miljan (University of Tartu). Case-marking in Estonian: rethinking case-marking.
- Second prize. Mark Schmalz (ACLC, University of Amsterdam). A closer look at ergativity in Tundra Yukaghir. Typological implications.
- Third prize. Anni Jürine (University of Tartu). Frequency Effects in Grammaticalization of Estonian Adpositional Phrases.
Best paper presentation by a Phd student
- First prize. Alena Anishchanka & Dirk Speelman (University of Leuven). Beyond basicness: contextual constraints on the use of basic color terms in advertising.
- Second prize. Marta Saceda Ulloa & Conxita Lleó (Collaborative Research Centre on Multilingualism - University of Hamburg). Exploring the role of age in cL2 phonological acquisition.
- Third prize. Karolien Janssens & Jan Nuyts (University of Antwerp). A diachronic investigation of the mental state predicate denken ‘think’ in Dutch.
Best paper presentation by a postdoctoral researcher
- First prize. Peter Petré (University of Leuven – Research Foundation Flanders). Is it to be or not to be: a constructional account of the merger of two Old English copulas in Middle English.
- Second prize. Blanca Kraljević Mujić (King Juan Carlos University, Madrid). Multimodal metaphor and genre change in advertising: The case of ecology and sustainability.
- Third prize. Boban Arsenijević & Silvia Martínez-Ferreiro (Pompeu Fabra University, Barcelona). Language deficits across populations: the case of SLI and agrammatism.