The book series NIHIN – New Ideas in Human Interaction – is a joint venture of the Hermann Paul School of Linguistics (HPSL) and the Freiburg University Library (UB). NIHIN provides a modern, open access platform for theses and corpus publications.
NIHIN comprises NIHIN studies and NIHIN stories.
is geared towards the publication of language corpora. NIHIN stories aims at making spoken language corpora available to the public and at enhancing the visibility of linguistic research in society in general, with a particular focus on oral narrations. NIHIN stories actively implements standards advocated by the German Research Foundation (DFG) with respect to open access and the management, curation and long-term preservation not only of scientific studies but also of (linguistic) scientific data to enable future use and reuse of data gathered for individual projects.NIHIN stories provides a unique opportunity for young academics to publish not only their thesis but also the data they have gathered for their thesis in an easily accessible format. A second publication at such an early stage in their career will be very advantageous for their career.
La Pachamama y el petróleo. Tradiciones y sus transformaciones en la comunidad kichwa de San Isidro (Ecuador), 2014
is geared specifically towards current HPSL PhD candidates in linguistics and disciplines related to cognition and interaction who seek a swift, professional and low-cost mode of publishing their PhD thesis.
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Hermann Paul Scholarship in Linguistics 2022
The Hermann Paul Scholarship in Linguistics 2022 in Basel went to Wendy Diepgrond. Congratulations!
Hermann Paul Scholarship in Linguistics 2020
The Hermann Paul Scholarship in Linguistics 2020 in Basel went to Mizuki Koda. Congratulations!
Hermann Paul Scholarship in Linguistics 2019
The Hermann Paul Scholarship in Linguistics 2019 in Basel went to Ye Ji Lee. Congratulations!
Hermann Paul Scholarship in Linguistics 2018
The Hermann Paul Scholarship in Linguistics 2018 in Basel went to Joelle Loew. Congratulations!
Hermann Paul Scholarships in Linguistics 2017
The Hermann Paul Scholarships in Linguistics 2017 in Basel went to Robert Reinecke and Valentina Saccone. Congratulations!
Hermann-Paul-Preis für herausragende Dissertationen
Der Hermann-Paul Preis 2022 ging an Aline Bieri und Florian Dreyer. Herzlichen Glückwunsch! /// The Hermann Paul Award 2022 went to Aline Bieri and Florian Dreyer. Congratulations!
Der Hermann-Paul Preis 2019 ging an Emiel van den Hoven. Herzlichen Glückwunsch! /// The Hermann Paul Award 2019 went to Emiel van den Hoven. Congratulations!
Der Hermann-Paul Preis 2018 ging an Verena Schröter und Hanna Svensson. Herzlichen Glückwunsch! /// The Hermann Paul Award 2018 went to Verena Schröter and Hanna Svensson. Congratulations!
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