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  1. 2021
  2. Wu, M., & Steinkrauss, R. (Accepted/In press). Measuring the Development of Writing Skills over Time. Abstract from American Association for Applied Linguistics, .
  3. Caselli, T., & Sprugnoli, R. (2021). DNT: un Corpus Diacronico e Multigenere di Testi in Lingua Inglese. Abstract from AIUCD 2021 – DHs for society, online, Italy.
  4. 2020
  5. Zwiers, M. (2020). Planter Politics: Bossism in the Jim Crow South and the Caribbean. Paper presented at Racial Democracy, Middelburg, Netherlands.
  6. Cheruiyot, D., Ferrer-Conill, R., & Baack, S. (2020). Extract. Inject. Repeat: Civic data journalism and its reciprocal influence on journalism practice . Paper presented at International Communication Association (ICA) Conference , Brisbane, Australia.
  7. Bieger, L. (2020). Public Space and Public Sphere. Paper presented at CityScripts Research Colloquium, Essen, Germany.
  8. Brouwer, J., Berg, van den, F., Loerts, H., Knooihuizen, R., & Keijzer, M. (2020). Foreign Language Learning as an Innovative Healthy Aging Tool. Abstract from Aletta's Talent Network Junior Research Meet-Up, Groningen, Netherlands.
  9. Keijzer, M. (2020). Cognitieve, talige en sociale effecten van het leren van vreemde talen in ouderen. Paper presented at WAP-Symposium Taal en het Brein, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
  10. Dhar, P., & Bisazza, A. (2020). The Effect of Vocabulary Overlap on Linguistic Probing Tasks for Neural Language Models. Poster session presented at 30th Meeting of the Computational Linguistics in the Netherlands, Utrecht, Netherlands.
  11. Hukker, V., Sprenger, S., & Hendriks, P. (2020). Does knowledge of social norms help children to understand irony?. Poster session presented at The 45th Annual Boston University Conference on Language Development, Boston (online), United States.
  12. Caselli, T., Basile, V., Mitrović, J., Kartozya, I., & Granitzer, M. (2020). I Feel Offended, Don’t Be Abusive! Implicit/Explicit Messages in Offensive and Abusive Language. 1-11. Paper presented at 12th Language Resources and Evaluation Conference
    , Marseille, France.
  13. Hukker, V., Sprenger, S., & Hendriks, P. (2020). Individual variability in children's assessment of ironic speaker motivations. Poster session presented at Many Paths to Language, Nijmegen (online), Netherlands.
  14. Rensmann, L. (2020). Leo Lowenthal’s Critical Theory of Populism and the Crisis of Liberal Democracy. 1-36. Paper presented at APSA (American Political Science Association) 2020 Annual Meeting, .
  15. Chen, A., Jansen, N., Ganga, R., & Struiksma, M. (2020). Musicality influences higher-order prosodic processing in a second language. Poster session presented at Twelfth Annual Meeting of the Society for the Neurobiology of Language, .
  16. Arslan, S., Plonka, A., Payne Cogordan, M., Manera, V., Gros, A., & Meunier, F. (2020). Répéter s'il vous plait: Working memory intensive sentence repetition deficits as a sensitive neuropsychological marker of primary progressive aphasia. Abstract from Alzheimer’s Association International Conference® 2020, Virtual , . https://doi.org/10.1002/alz.042842
  17. Caselli, T., Broersma, M., Calvo Figueras, B., & Meyer, J. (2020). Whose this story? Investigating Factuality and Storylines. Abstract from 30th Meeting of the Computational Linguistics in the Netherlands, Utrecht, Netherlands.
  18. 2019
  19. Slim, F. (2019). The Lesser Beasts? Human-pig relationships in Late Bronze Age Anatolia. Paper presented at Workshop "Historical Questions - Zooarchaeological Answers" , Amsterdam, Netherlands.
  20. Keijzer, M. (2019). Een nieuwe taal leren als middel om gezond ouder te worden? Het verband tussen meertaligheid en volksgezondheid. Paper presented at KNAW Symposium Meertalig Nederland, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
  21. Santin, M., Hobbelink, C., Flecken, M., & van Hout, A. (2019). Acquisition of resultative event representations in Dutch: Does describing events aid memory of results?. Poster session presented at 44th Annual Boston University Conference on Language Development, Boston, United States.
  22. Zwiers, M. (2019). Deep South Dystopias: Whiteness and Masculinity in U.S. Southern Political Culture. Paper presented at Racial Orders, Racist Borders, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
  23. Santing, K. (2019). The Battle for the Islamic Reader in Mubarak’s Egypt: An Analysis of al-Liwaʾ al-Islami and Liwaʾ al-Islam. Paper presented at Annual Congress of DAVO (German Middle East Studies Association for Contemporary Research and Documentation), Hamburg, Germany.
  24. Ohlerth, A-K. (2019). Cortical and subcortical involvement during Object and Action Naming in healthy participants under nTMS. Poster session presented at Science of aphasia conference 20, Rome, Italy.
  25. Ozek, F., Salam, & Gooskens, C. (2019). The mutual intelligibility of a Kurdish and a Zazaki dialect spoken in the province of Elazığ, Turkey. Paper presented at Experimental Approaches to Production and Perception of Language Variation, Munster, Germany.
  26. Keijzer, M. (2019). A lifetime of controlling experiences: Bilingualism as an experience-dependent mechanism governing aging. Paper presented at Approaches to migration, language and identity, Essen, Germany.
  27. Roeper, T., & Hollebrandse, B. (2019). Below Elementary Merge: An iPad Game on the Acquisition of PP-recursion. Poster session presented at Generative Approaches to Language Acquisition 14, Milan, Italy.
  28. Martin, F., Demirdache, H., García del Real, I., van Hout, A., & Kazanina, N. (2019). Children’s non-adultlike interpretations of telic predicates across languages. Poster session presented at 13th Generative Approaches to Language Acquisition (GALA 13), Milano, Italy.
  29. Ruigendijk, E., Hert, R., van Oosterom, A., & Hendriks, P. (2019). The pronoun interpretation problem in bilinguals: Evidence from Dutch/German speaking children. Poster session presented at Generative Approaches to Language Acquisition 14, Milan, Italy.
  30. Santing, K. (2019). Two Egyptian Journals During the early Mubarak Years. Paper presented at Regime-Critical Media and Arab Diaspora, Copenhagen, Denmark.
  31. Üstün, A., Bouma, G., & Noord, van, G. (2019). Cross-Lingual Word Embeddings for Morphologically Rich Languages. 1222-1228. Paper presented at Recent Advances in Natural Language Processing 2019, Varna, Bulgaria.
  32. Williams, M. (2019). Lezen tegen de (zeef)draad in: In- en uitsluiting in de papiergeschiedenis. Paper presented at Historicidagen 2019, Groningen, Netherlands.
  33. Bieger, L. (2019). The Practice of Literary Engagement (Sartre, Wright, Bourriaud). Paper presented at Reflections on the Afterlives of 1969, Hanover, New Hampshire, United States.
  34. Vis, M. (2019). The effects of a genre-based pedagogy that exploits connections between reading and writing. Poster session presented at Conference of the JUnior REsearchers of EARLI (European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction) , Aachen, Germany.
  35. Üstün, A., van der Goot, R., Bouma, G., & van Noord, G. (2019). Multi-Team: A Multi-attention, Multi-decoder Approach to Morphological Analysis. Paper presented at 16th SIGMORPHON Workshop on Computational Research in Phonetics, Phonology, and Morphology, Florence, Italy.
  36. Toral, A. (2019). Post-editese: an Exacerbated Translationese. 273-281. Paper presented at Machine Translation Summit XVII, Dublin, Ireland.
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