BIB member Evelina Leivada was awarded the Best Poster Prize at the "Language Sciences in the 21st Century: The interdisciplinary challenge
" conference for her work (joint with Cedric Boeckx) "Universals and Universal Grammar: A view from variation", which was presented as part of the specialized session "Diversity and Universals."
At the same event, which took place at the University of Cambridge just last week, five more posters were presented by BIB members:
- Boeckx, C. Characterizing the language-ready brain
- Boeckx, C.; Rosselló, J.; Martínez-Álvarez, A.; Martins, P. T.; Leivada, E. The role of the environment in the evolution of the language faculty
- Benítez-Burraco, A.; Boeckx, C.; Leivada, E. What's universal about Universal Grammar? Deeper layers of variation
- Martins, P. T. Enhanced Motor Abilities as Speech Exaptations
- Martins, P. T. & Leivada, E. An Evolutionary Perspective on Language and Complexity