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  2. Slim, F. (2019). Galatians in Gordion: Animal husbandry practices during the Hellenistic period in central Anatolia. Paper presented at 14th ICAZ Archaeozoology of Southwest Asia and Adjacent Areas (ASWA) Meeting, Barcelona, Spain.
  3. Vries, de, K. (2019). Lines in the (Neo)Victorian London Fog: Mapping Moral Decay in Two Novels by Wilde and Waters. Paper presented at Mapping Victorian Empires, Cultures, Identities, Haifa, Israel.
  4. Dorofeeva, S., Reshetnikova, V., Laurinavichyute, A., Tops, W., & Dragoy, O. (2019). Complex phonological tasks predict reading fluency and reading comprehension. 116-116. Poster session presented at XIV International Symposium of Psycholinguistics , Tarragona, Spain.
  5. Verwaal, R. E. (2019). Dealing with Deafness: Health and Disability in Enlightenment Europe. Paper presented at GCHH Language and Deafness, Groningen, .
  6. Verwaal, R. E. (2019). How did blood clot in the 18th century?. Paper presented at NVTH Course Arterial Thrombosis, Koudekerke, Netherlands.
  7. Knooihuizen, R., & Reuvers, M. (2019). A bilingual view on transmasculine voice change. Poster session presented at Sociolinguistics Circle 2019, Utrecht, Netherlands.
  8. Knooihuizen, R., Jongbloed-Faber, L., & Jansen, M. (2019). Gay Frysk: Expressing LGBT identity in a minority language. Poster session presented at Sociolinguistics Circle 2019, Utrecht, Netherlands.
  9. Mognon, I., Hartman, C. A., Kuijper, S., & Hendriks, P. (2019). Pronoun interpretation and implicature computation: The interaction between syntax, semantics, and pragmatics in children with ASD. Poster session presented at Workshop "Language Abilities in Children with Autism (LACA)", Tours, France.
  10. Slim, F. (2019). Pig husbandry in the Late Bronze Age of Anatolia and the Aegean exemplified with the case study of Kaymakçı, Manisa, western Anatolia. Paper presented at No (e)scape? Society, Environment and Artifacts Entrapped, Poznan, Poland.
  11. Verwaal, R. E. (2019). 'What is Reliable Knowledge?' Memory. Paper presented at Teaching the History of Knowledge, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
  12. Verwaal, R. E. (2019). Seminal Knowledge: Materiality of Semen in the Eighteenth Century. Paper presented at Sex and Science in Early Modern Europe, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
  13. van Cranenburgh, A. (2019). A Dutch coreference resolution system with quote attribution. Poster session presented at Computational Linguistics in the Netherlands 29 (CLIN29), Groningen, Netherlands.
  14. Slim, F. (2019). Pigs in the Anatolian Late Bronze Age, 1600-1200 BCE. Poster session presented at First NINO Annual Meeting, Groningen, Netherlands.
  15. Vonk, J. M. J., Gorno-Tempini, M. L., Hubbard, H. I., Jonkers, R., Brickman, A. M., Miller, B., & Obler, L. K. (2019). Insights into lexical-semantic processing from not only semantic but also non-fluent and logopenic primary progressive aphasia. Poster session presented at Academy of Aphasia -- 55th Annual Meeting, Baltimore, United States. https://doi.org/10.3389/conf.fnhum.2017.223.00029
  16. Pedersen, C. A., Bischof, K., Kohler, J., Krejci, R., Hudson, S., Loonen, M. J. J. E., & Fuglei, E. (2019). State of the new Arctic as observed in Ny-Ålesund Research Station. Poster session presented at Arctic Frontiers , Tromso, Norway.
  17. Kolsteeg, J., Zierold, M., & Kay, S. (2019). Workshop Cultural Management Curricula. Arts and Citizenship, Vienna, Austria.
  18. Salcic, A., Popov, S., Tops, W., & Bastiaanse, Y. (2019). Morphosyntactic processing in Dutch adults with dyslexia: an ERP study. Poster session presented at Symposium: Gevorderde Lezers met Dyslexie, Groningen, Netherlands.
  19. Groot, D., & Caselli, T. (2019). Detecting Controversy in Dutch News. Poster session presented at Computational Linguistics in the Netherlands 29 (CLIN29), Groningen, Netherlands.
  20. Bimpikou, S. (2019). Anchoring Free Indirect Discourse and Viewpoint Shifting. 1-13. Paper presented at ESSLLI 2019: 31st European Summer School in Logic, Language and Information, Riga, Latvia.
  21. Kirchmeier, C. (2019). Die Drehbuchforschung im Kontext einer Philologie der Medientexte. Paper presented at Netzwerk Drehbuchforschung, Berlin, .
  22. Berthon, R., Mashkour, M., Çakirlar, C., & Burger, P. (2019). Domestication, diffusion et hybridation du chameau à partir de données archéozoologiques: Histoire et actualité des Camélidés d’Afrique du Nord et du Moyen-Orient. Paper presented at Histoire et actualité des Camélidés d’Afrique du Nord et du Moyen-Orient , Paris, France.
  23. Mognon, I. (2019). Implicatures: Production/comprehension asymmetries in language acquisition. Abstract from Experimental Pragmatics Summer School 2019, Berlin, Germany.
  24. Ploeg, van der, M. (2019). Language learning in seniors: A new methodology. Poster session presented at Annual Florida Psycholinguistics Meeting, Miami, .
  25. Ploeg, van der, M. (2019). Language learning never gets old: Implicit and explicit language learning in seniors.. Poster session presented at Psycholinguistics in Flanders, Antwerp, .
  26. Schiller, M. (2019). Listening to the New Germanness: Popular Music and National Identity. Paper presented at German Studies Association 2019 , Portland, OR, United States.
  27. van Steensel, A. (Accepted/In press). Measuring Inequality. Spatial Patterns of Service Access in Sixteenth-Century Leiden. Paper presented at Datini Study Week: Economic inequality in pre-industrial societies: causes and effects, Prato, .
  28. Kirchmeier, C. (2019). Medientexte: Zur Literatur nach der Literatur. Paper presented at Germanistentag des Verbands der Niederländischen Germanistik VGNU, Utrecht, .
  29. Tokac, S. D., Popov, S., Arslan, S., Nickels, L., & Bastiaanse, R. (2019). Processing of Turkish evidential markers: Evidence from ERP studies. Abstract from Linguistic Society of New Zealand Conference (LingSoc), New Zealand.
  30. Hukker, V., Hartman, C. A., Sprenger, S., & Hendriks, P. (2019). Production and comprehension of verbal irony in children with ASD. Poster session presented at Workshop "Language Abilities in Children with Autism (LACA)", Tours, France.
  31. Sprenger, S., Verbree, R., & van Rij, J. (2019). Pupil size reflects the time course of lexical access during production. Poster session presented at Architectures and Mechanisms of
    Language Processing (AMLaP), Moscow, Russian Federation.
  32. Scholten, I., Hartman, C. A., & Hendriks, P. (2019). Re-interpretation effects in children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Poster session presented at Workshop "Language Abilities in Children with Autism (LACA)", Tours, France.
  33. Hilton, N. H. (2019). Smartphone Sociolinguistics in Minority Language Areas: ‘Stimmen’. Paper presented at International Conference on Language Variation in Europe (ICLaVE) 10 )leeuwarden=, .
  34. van Steensel, A. (2019). Social and Economic Governance in Late Medieval Leiden. Paper presented at HOST Seminar, Vrij Universiteit Brussel, Brussels, .
  35. van Steensel, A. (2019). Social and Economic Governance in Late Medieval Leiden. Paper presented at Economic History Society Conference, Belfast, .
  36. Steging, C., Schomaker, L., & Verheij, B. (2019). The Xai paradox: Systems that perform well for the wrong reasons. Paper presented at BNAIC/Benelearn Conference, Brussels, Belgium.
  37. Kirchmeier, C. (2019). Thinking the Unfamiliar: On Weird Ontologies and Eerie Agencies. Paper presented at Stranger Things: Rethinking Defamiliarization in Literature and Visual Culture, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
  38. Kaspers, A. (2019). Vroegmiddeleeuwse handel in Frisia. Poster session presented at GIA-onderzoeksdag, Groningen, Netherlands.
  39. Jelfs, T. (2019). Will the Revolution be Podcast? Marxism and the Culture of “Millennial Socialism” in the United States. Paper presented at Marx and Marxism in the United States: A One-Day Symposium, Nottingham, United Kingdom.
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