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  • LUCL Members M-Z - Organisation - Humanities - Geesteswetenschappen - Universiteit Leiden
    C Carmen Parafita Couto 31 0 71 527 2644 Dr N T Nadia van Pelt 31 0 71 527 2790 Dr R Roosmaryn Pilgram 31 0 71 527 2125 dr L Lotte van Poppel 31 0 71 527 2727 Dr T C Tijmen Pronk 31 0 71 527 2224 Dr T Teresa Proto 31 0 71 527 2125 M Marijn van Putten 31 0 71 527 2727 Prof dr A Arend Quak 31 0 71 527 2125 W L Willem van Rooijen 31 0 71 527 2933 Prof dr J E C V Johan Rooryck 31 0 71 527 2049 Dr G J Gijsbert Rutten 31 0 71 527 2112 Dr K M J Karène Sanchez 31 0 71 527 2175 Prof dr J Jos Schaeken 31 0 71 527 2077 M O van Schaik Radulescu MA Prof dr N O Niels Schiller 31 0 71 527 4119 Dr E Erik Schoorlemmer 31 0 71 527 2178 Dr D Dick Smakman 31 0 71 527 2607 Dr E L Eugenie Stapert 31 0 71 527 5734 Prof dr H J Harry Stroomer Emeritus 31 0 71 527 2125 Prof dr R P E Rint Sybesma 31 0 71 527 2529

    Original URL path: http://www.hum.leiden.edu/lucl/organisation/members-m-z (2016-02-18)
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  • Office and support staff - People section - Humanities - Geesteswetenschappen - Universiteit Leiden
    staff Support staff Staff Institute manager Gea Hakker Prins Institute Manager Personal page Office staff More information about the LUCL Office Iara van Benthem Fuentes Secretary Anne Rose Haverkamp Assistant Research Profile Area Alice Kurpershoek Secretary Brigitt Relli Secretary Merel van Wijk Support staff Jos Pacilly Technical Support Personal page Jaga Schreiber Dr Grant Officer Personal page Humanities Faculty Web Editors Last Modified 08 10 2015 Humanities Direct Links Employee

    Original URL path: http://www.hum.leiden.edu/lucl/people-section/support-staff.html (2016-02-18)
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  • PhD A-Z - Organisation - Humanities - Geesteswetenschappen - Universiteit Leiden
    H L A Hanna Fricke 31 0 71 527 5586 A Andreea Geambasu 31 0 71 527 2125 A Aliza Glasbergen Plas MA 31 0 71 527 3403 Drs M E Margarita Gulian 31 0 71 527 2125 J Jaap Kamphuis MA 31 0 71 527 2727 L Lena Karvovskaya MA 31 0 71 527 2403 P A Peter Alexander Kerkhof 31 0 71 527 2203 O Olga Kepinska 31 0 71 527 8530 M Martin Kohlberger 31 0 71 527 3678 V Viktorija Kostadinova 31 0 71 527 2556 A Andreas Krogull MA 31 0 71 527 2138 M L F Monica Lău MA 31 0 71 527 2125 S E Saskia Lensink MA 31 0 71 527 5497 Q Qian Li 31 0 71 527 2613 O Orsat Ligorio MA 31 0 71 527 2125 K Kathrin Linke MA M Min Liu MA 31 0 71 527 2125 M Morana Lukač 31 0 71 527 7328 B Borana Lushaj 31 0 71 527 2058 M Marieke Meelen 31 0 71 527 2727 Drs L Laura Migliori 31 0 71 527 2058 A Arjan Mossel MA 31 0 71 527 8825 M J Maaike van Naerssen 31 0 71 527 5497 N Nazarudin MA 31 0 71 527 1663 P M Paul Noorlander 31 0 71 527 1442 S Stefan Norbruis MA 31 0 71 527 1139 G T Gareth O Neill 31 0 71 527 1443 S Stanly Oomen MA 31 0 71 527 2125 M J Matthias Pache MA 31 0 71 527 1990 A Arum Perwitasari MA 31 0 71 527 2125 A Alex Reuneker MSc MA 31 0 71 527 2125 B J Bobby Ruijgrok 31 0 71 527 2102 B O Bob Schoemaker MA 31 0 71 527 2138 A Alexander Schwager 31 0

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  • Associated members and guests - People section - Humanities - Geesteswetenschappen - Universiteit Leiden
    Prof Dr A C Toine Braet Rhetoric Personal page Mw Drs A M C R Anna Maria Domburg Sancristoforo Italian language and culture Dr B J Berend Hoff Caribean Linguistics Personal page Mw M M B Maggy Konter Katani African Linguistics Mw dr C Conny Kutsch Lojenga African Linguistics Dr A G Menon Indian Linguistics Dr A J Ariane van Santen Morphology Personal page Prof Dr T C Thilo Schadeberg African Linguistics Personal page Prof Dr H Hein Steinhauer Indonesian Linguistics Personal page Prof Dr P J G Piet van Sterkenburg Lexicography INL Email Prof Dr W A L Wim Stokhof Asian Languages IIAS Personal page Dr M M G Madeleine van Strien Chardonneau French language and culture Personal Page Dr W R Willem Vermeer Historical Slavic Linguistics Personal page Dr E A Ellen van Zanten Phonetics Personal page Associated members Dr U Umberto Ansaldo Sinitic languages Dr H B Hélène Brijnen Email Prof Dr R H Rolf Bremmer Personal page Dr L C Leston Buell Personal page Dr R H Rick Derksen Balto Slavic historical linguistics Personal page Prof Dr M J P Mark Deuze Personal page Dr W A Andries van Helden Slavic Email Personal page Ing P

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  • Prospective PhD-students - Doing a PhD - Humanities - Geesteswetenschappen - Universiteit Leiden
    their communicative goals and the institutional and genre characteristics of the context narrative judicial political etc c the analysis and evaluation of argumentative discourse in different contexts scientific judicial political etc d processes of conventionalisation by which patterns of language use through repeated usage turn into more or less fixed rules for the use of language in a cultural community including grammatical rules e the relationship between language use and culture for example what strategies and conventions are considered socially appropriate in different cultures and linguistic communities The languages in which these topics are mostly studied are Chinese Dutch English Japanese and Russian Historical comparative linguistics and philology This research group entails a reconstruction of the Indo European proto language and of the intermediate stages between Proto Indo European and the modern Indo European languages including etymological and philological research b reconstruction etymology and philology in the field of Northwest Semitic the language sub family comprising the idioms of Ancient Syria Palestine c historical grammar of Dutch and other Germanic languages and d historical grammar of Dutch English Russian and other Indo European languages and of Hebrew and Aramaic Historical sociolinguistics This multifaceted research comprises various topics a standardisation processes codification and prescriptivism in England and the Netherlands b the study of Dutch and English private letters 17th and 18th centuries c the study of Old Russian birchbark letters and other pre modern Russian data inscriptions charters conversation manuals and d the broader socio linguistic environment of Hebrew and Aramaic taking account of cognate languages such as Ugaritic and Phoenician and multilingualism in the Ancient World PhD Possibilities PhD positions are divided into three different types of affiliation paid positions contract positions and external positions Paid positions Under current law Dutch universities can fund PhD research by giving PhD candidates employee status Hence academic ranks of employment at Dutch universities include the rank of PhD student A PhD position constitutes a four year full time or five year 0 8 fte part time research position with full funding sufficient for general subsistence Application to a paid position is in response to advertisement by the university Vacancies are advertised on the LUCL and Leiden University websites and other online channels They become available through external research funding e g from NWO or EU with the university acting as grant holding institution and employer Alternatively positions will be available through special projects on institute faculty or university level Contract positions The research of many of your PhD candidates is self funded meaning that they bring their own funding for general subsistence from sources other than Leiden University Self funded candidates bring private funding and or scholarships from foundations government supported internationalization programs etc Candidates applying for a contract position are required to pay an annual fee of 4000 This fee entitles the PhD student to supervision by at least two LUCL members a personal teaching program with courses for didactics academic writing etc a personal budget for conference visits and or field

    Original URL path: http://www.hum.leiden.edu/lucl/phd-programme/prospective-students.html (2016-02-18)
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  • PhD training framework - Doing a PhD - Humanities - Geesteswetenschappen - Universiteit Leiden
    year It is also possible of course for the student the supervisor or director to schedule a meeting at any other point in time For some projects cf 0 the second year of the Research Master s Programme will serve as the first year of the PhD Training Programme This is a course intensive programme in which research skills are initiated developed and strengthened Besides short seminars are held e g on the topic of fieldwork The course load is determined in consultation with the supervisor s Reporting on research both in writing and orally is greatly encouraged The groundwork for the dissertation is laid during this first year At the start of the first year new PhD students are also required to take a one day Introduction to Leiden University Other courses that are offered such as Research Management Academic Writing Writing Grant Proposals Presentation of Academic Work and a number of Orientation courses are also available and can be attended in later years See the general website of the PhD courses for more information During the first year the ICLON also offers a short course typically four mornings during one month that teaches didactic skills Such skills will be welcome in the 2nd and 3rd years when PhD students can do some undergraduate teaching of their own This course is also obligatory for new PhD students 2 National embedding LOT Summer and Winter Schools LUCL students are automatically members of the national research school for linguistics LOT Landelijke Onderzoekschool Taalwetenschap and are entitled to participate in the LOT course programme which involves highly intensive two week summer and winter schools There are two kinds of courses general state of the art courses in which the current state of a particular field is presented advanced courses in which a lecturer presents a particular topic in great depth LUCL strongly recommends that PhD students take part in as many LOT courses as possible in consultation with their supervisor s LUCL is represented on the programme committee for LOT schools so that requests and suggestions for lecturers can be made 3 Local interaction seminars and discussion groups LUCL has or participates in a number of discussion groups and special interest assemblies going by names as PhD discussion group Friday Afternoon Lectures and Leiden Utrecht Semantics Happenings All of these provide forums to attend high level presentations by guests or members of the institute or present one s own research Programmes are listed on the institute s website and announcements are distributed by email See the list of reading and discussion groups for more information 4 Supervision intensive and constructive LUCL PhD students are always supervised by a group of supervisors which is in principle presided over by the promotor a Leiden Full Professor Often however other persons are also involved such as a co promotor who may be the daily supervisor and who may arrange tutorials for a PhD student or group of PhD students Final responsibility however lies with the

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  • PhD information booklet - Doing a PhD - Humanities - Geesteswetenschappen - Universiteit Leiden
    its structure and affiliations but also about day to day practical issues such as where to find the bicycle shed how to get a key to your office and how the photocopiers work and slightly less day to day issues visas financial matters grants and points you to other information sources both within and outside of LUCL Questions Ask If you have any questions after reading the booklet don t

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  • PhD Council - Doing a PhD - Humanities - Geesteswetenschappen - Universiteit Leiden
    that year The chairperson of the PhD council is Viktorija Kostadinova The other representatives in the council are Andreea Geambasu Eleanor Dutton Gulnaz Sibgatullina Tasks The LUCL PhD Council represents all PhD candidates affiliated with the Leiden University Centre for Linguistics LUCL and promotes their interests The PhD council meets regularly with the LUCL management team and has a representative in the LUCL Advisory Board The Council aims to stay informed and to play an active role in developments that may concern PhD candidates within LUCL and or the university at large The Council operates as an intermediary between PhD candidates and the LUCL management team and aspires to identify and negotiate threats and opportunities for PhD candidates If you as a LUCL PhD candidate have questions suggestions or problems please do not hesitate to contact us We will do our best to assist in finding an answer solution to your question problem PhD Forum There is an online forum for PhD students of LUCL It is organized as a Blackboard course called Forum LUCL Just access Blackboard in the normal way with your ULCN username and password All the practical details about how the forum is organized can be

    Original URL path: http://www.hum.leiden.edu/lucl/phd-programme/phd-council.html (2016-02-18)
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