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September 08, 2009, at 03:49 PM by 129.241.198.67 -
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  • Jean Chavula has been admitted to the Leiden University Centre for Linguistics. Her dissertation topic is Verbal derivation in Tumbuka using HPSG. Her promotor at LUCL is Professor Maarten Mous.
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  • Jean Chavula has been admitted to the Leiden University Centre for Linguistics. Her dissertation topic is Verbal derivation in Tumbuka using HPSG. Her promotor at LUCL is Prof. Maarten Mous.
September 08, 2009, at 03:47 PM by 129.241.198.67 -
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  • Jean Chavula has been admitted to the Leiden University Centre for Linguistics. Her dissertation topic is Verbal derivation in Tumbuka using HPSG. Her promotor at LUCL is Maarten Mous.
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  • Jean Chavula has been admitted to the Leiden University Centre for Linguistics. Her dissertation topic is Verbal derivation in Tumbuka using HPSG. Her promotor at LUCL is Professor Maarten Mous.
September 07, 2009, at 06:44 AM by Daniel -
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  • Jean Chavula has been admitted to the Leiden University Centre for Linguistics. Her dissertation topic is Verbal derivation in Tumbuka using HPSG. Her promotor at LUCL is Maarten Mous.
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  • Jean Chavula has been admitted to the Leiden University Centre for Linguistics. Her dissertation topic is Verbal derivation in Tumbuka using HPSG. Her promotor at LUCL is Maarten Mous.
September 06, 2009, at 10:50 AM by Daniel -
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  • Jean Chavula has been admitted to the Leiden University Centre for Linguistics. Her dissertation topic is

Verbal derivation in Tumbuka using HPSG. Her promotor at LUCL is Maarten Mous.

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  • Jean Chavula has been admitted to the Leiden University Centre for Linguistics. Her dissertation topic is Verbal derivation in Tumbuka using HPSG. Her promotor at LUCL is Maarten Mous.
September 06, 2009, at 10:49 AM by Daniel - Added news about Jean Chavula / Leiden
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  • Jean Chavula has been admitted to the Leiden University Centre for Linguistics. Her dissertation topic is

Verbal derivation in Tumbuka using HPSG. Her promotor at LUCL is Maarten Mous.

September 06, 2009, at 10:38 AM by Daniel -
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September 06, 2009, at 10:34 AM by Daniel -
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September 06, 2009, at 10:23 AM by Daniel - Added a section for planning 2009-2010
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September 05, 2009, at 11:23 AM by Daniel - Changed from Al to the new Director, Prof. Kishindo
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The Centre participates in a project, Malex, financed by NUFU in Norway. The cooperating university in Norway is NTNU. Prof. Lars Hellan is the nordic coordinator and Prof. Al Mtenje is the coordinator in Malawi.

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The Centre participates in a project, Malex, financed by NUFU in Norway. The cooperating university in Norway is NTNU. Prof. Lars Hellan is the nordic coordinator and Prof. Pascal Kishindo is the coordinator in Malawi.

September 05, 2009, at 10:09 AM by Daniel -
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September 05, 2009, at 09:43 AM by Daniel -
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Dr. Daniel Ridings and Prof. Lars Hellan visited CLS in November of 2007. We have tried to keep running notes of the visit so that a record will be left behind. These have been divided into two sections:

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Dr. Daniel Ridings and Prof. Lars Hellan visited CLS in November of 2007. We have tried to keep running notes of the visit so that a record will be left behind. These have been divided into two sections:

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NUFU vist in November 2007

Dr. Daniel Ridings and Prof. Lars Hellan visited CLS in November of 2007. We have tried to keep running notes of the visit so that a record will be left behind. These have been divided into two sections:

November 23, 2007, at 09:53 AM by Daniel -
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By far one of the most important results of the project will be to recruit graduate students who will return to Malawi with PhD's.

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By far one of the most important results of the project will be to recruit graduate students who will return to Malawi with doctorate degrees.

November 23, 2007, at 09:52 AM by Daniel -
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MaLEX

The Centre participates in a project, MaLEX, financed by NUFU in Norway. The cooperating university in Norway is NTNU. Prof. Lars Hellan is the nordic coordinator and Prof. Al Mtenje is the coordinator in Malawi.

The "LEX" in MaLEX stands for "lexicon" and lexica will be among the concrete results of the project. MaLEX, however, will strive to introduce modern methodologies from computational and corpus linguistics in order to

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Malex

The Centre participates in a project, Malex, financed by NUFU in Norway. The cooperating university in Norway is NTNU. Prof. Lars Hellan is the nordic coordinator and Prof. Al Mtenje is the coordinator in Malawi.

The "LEX" in Malex stands for "lexicon" and lexica will be among the concrete results of the project. Malex, however, will strive to introduce modern methodologies from computational and corpus linguistics in order to

November 23, 2007, at 09:49 AM by Daniel -
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MaLEX

The Centre participates in a project, MaLEX, financed by NUFU in Norway. The cooperating university in Norway is NTNU. Prof. Lars Hellan is the nordic coordinator and Prof. Al Mtenje is the coordinator in Malawi.

The "LEX" in MaLEX stands for "lexicon" and lexica will be among the concrete results of the project. MaLEX, however, will strive to introduce modern methodologies from computational and corpus linguistics in order to

  • make the process of lexicon creation efficient and
  • make the final result reusable in new projects without having to put in the same amount of manual effort as the first product required.

By far one of the most important results of the project will be to recruit graduate students who will return to Malawi with PhD's.

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