We are pleased to announce the second Pazmany Summer Course in
Lingusitics for Linguistics Students (SCILLS 2013), which will run for
five days from 24 August to 28 August 2013 at the campus of the
Faculty of Humanities of Pazmany University, Hungary. This campus,
situated right outside the capital Budapest, is reachable from
downtown Budapest by bus.

The school will take place right after the postgraduate students’
conference CECIL’S 3, at the same venue.

The summer school will feature the following four intensive courses,
each one consisting of five 90-minute sessions. Each day, there will
be two classes during the morning, and two classes during the

Short course abstracts are to be made available via these links
(please check back in early June):

Marcel den Dikken (CUNY)

Topics in the syntax of specificational copular sentences and pseudoclefts

Anna Szabolcsi (NYU)

Dissecting Quantifiers

Irina Sekerina (CUNY)

Research Methods in Psycholinguistics

Katalin Mady (RIL HAS)

Quantifying linguistic data

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Even though there is no tuition fee, we require participants to
register for the school in advance.

The registration form is available on the Registration page.


We will be able to provide accommodation in double rooms in a decent
dorm on campus for about EUR 13/night.

Every two adjacent rooms have direct access to a common bathroom.
There is a kitchen on each floor of the dorm, and there is a computer
room with internet access. (Although wifi is not available in the
dorm, there is free wifi access at the venue of the summer school,
which is two minutes from the dorm.)

You will be able to book your accommodation as part of filling in the
registration form.

Accommodation bursaries

We are pleased to be able to offer a limited number of accommodation
bursaries to student participants. An accommodation bursary may be
either full or partial. In awarding these bursaries, students coming
from Hungary and other East-Central European countries will be given a
preference, but all applications are considered.

The application form for an accommodation bursary will be posted soon.