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The HPSL aims to foster young researchers: Master’s students attend HPSL events from their first semester onwards and are supported by postdoctoral scholars. Self-organized education is a vital characteristic of HPSL and promotes a hands-on understanding of a career in research.

Workshop languages are mainly German and English, some events may also be held in French, Italian, Spanish or Russian.

For more events please visit: Eucor – Der europäische Campus, and subscribe to or visit LINGUIST-List.

Upcoming events

17th Jul 24,
16:30 - 18:00
Workshop by Dr. Mario Soto Rodriguez (Freiburg): Southern Quechua basic language course (6)
Lecturer(s): Mario Soto Rodriguez
Contact: Mario Soto Rodriguez
Hermann-Herder-Str. 9, Raum 00003a Freiburg, Germany

19th Jul 24,
10:15 - 11:45
Eric Ekembe (University College of Education, Yaoundé): Pathways to undoing epistemic injustice in English language education in Cameroon (Language, Communication & Cognition)
Lecturer(s): Eric Ekembe
Contact: Prof. Dr. Uta Reinöhl
Universitätsstraße 5, Erdgeschoss, Raum 2 Freiburg, Germany

20th - 21st
Jul 24
18:00 - 00:00
Museumsnacht: Zur Sprache kommen
Contact: Prof. Dr. Uta Reinöhl
Uniseum, Bertoldstr. 17, Freiburg 79085 Freiburg, Germany

22nd - 27th
Jul 24
ISLE Summer School 2024
Contact: Event email address
Englisches Seminar Freiburg, Germany

9th - 12th
Sep 24
Fachtagung der Indogermanischen Gesellschaft: The Speakers of Indo-European and their World 150 years of Indo-European studies in Basel
Contact: Dr. Cynthia Dermarkar, Dr. Philipp Dankel
Universität Basel, Kollegienhaus, Hörsaal 102 und 118 Basel, Switzerland

10th - 11th
Oct 24
Entre lo social y lo digital Encuentro de Jóvenes Investigadores del Hispanismo Suizo 2024
Contact: tba

11th - 12th
Feb 25
Preliminary announcement: Workshop: "Second Swiss Workshop on Sociolinguistics, Language Contacts and Historical Linguistics in the Ancient World"
Contact: Dr. Cynthia Dermarkar, Dr. Philipp Dankel
(tba) tba, Switzerland