The meeting, “Native listening: A Canteen of Cutlery”, will have scientific talks from Anne’s friends and colleagues (see program).
The speakers have been asked to say how their work was inspired and influenced by Anne, but also to look to the future and say something about how they think their research fields should move forward and how that future was shaped by Anne. As we believe Anne would have wished, the focus of the meeting will be on the science, but of course it is also an opportunity to reflect on Anne and her many contributions to psycholinguistics and to the lives of her fellow psycholinguists.
The meeting will be hybrid, with the possibility of following the talks either online or in-person. There is only a limited number of places available for in-person participants.
Please register for the event via this website, for in-person or online attendance. Physical seats will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. Please indicate, therefore, if your first preference is for in-person attendance and whether you would like to attend on-line should no seat be available for you.
We look forward to seeing you, in Nijmegen or virtually, in June.
Elizabeth Johnson, James McQueen, Dennis Norris, Natasha Warner and Andrea Weber
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