A new delivery of TWear is coming this year! You already know the classic O HOOR., okdoei, Hogwarts houses and Humantitties TWear, but we might miss an amazing design that you have come up with. So do you have a great linguistics joke or a T.W.I.S.T. related phrase that we should definitely use for the new TWear? Then send your high-resolution design to email@example.com before the 12th of February!
The 14th Student Conference in Linguistics will take place on April 17th and 18th. The theme is ‘Lost In Language’. Are you a BA/MA/PhD student studying linguistics or doing language-related research? And do you want to share your thesis, paper, or project with a community of fellow students in a 20-minute talk? Submit your abstract now!
In order to give our first-years a warm welcome, T.W.I.S.T. organises two weeks of special activities! First-years can enjoy a free lunch on the 12th of September, the First-Years’ TWeekend from the 13th to the 15th of September, a boat tour on the 18th of September and, as the cherry on top, a dinner at restaurant VIP before we go and sing karaoke!
For any details, check the monthly newsletter or the events in our Facebook group!
Are you and international that’s going to study (or is still going to be studying) Linguistics in Leiden next year? T.W.I.S.T. offers you a chance to get a Dutch buddy that helps you out with all your questions!
This buddy, an (enthusiastic) member of our association, can help you out with important matters, study-related questions or other difficulties. Other than that, your buddy can also be your guide into the Dutch studentlife full of parties and other fun activities! You and your buddy get matched by both of your preferences, to be filled in on our buddy matching form.
Interested? Fill in the matching form before the 2nd of September, and we’ll match you with a buddy before the classes start!
This year marks the 13th edition of the T.W.I.S.T. Conference and again it promises to be spectacular. This year’s theme is ‘Discover the World through Language’, about how studying language aids us in learning about people, culture, and history. We proudly present this year’s keynote speakers: Michäel Peyrot, Eugénie Stapert, Maaike van Naerssen, and Jenneke van der Wal. The conference will be on the 12th and 13th of April in the Lipsius building. For more information, please visit our Facebook page or immediately buy your tickets here.
Interested in the options after obtaining a degree in Linguistics? On June 2, T.W.I.S.T., VOS and Babel, study associations of linguistics of Leiden, Amsterdam and Utrecht, will organise the very first LUF-Linguistics Career Day (sponsored by the LUF). This event will feature linguistics alumni talking about their career path after graduation. You will also find several companies that are interested in having linguists on their team.
The afternoon will be divided into three rounds during which individual presentations take place and one round to visit the information market. The day will end with the opportunity to expand your network while having a drink.
When? June 2nd, 14:00-17:00
Where? Lipsius building (Cleveringaplaats 1, Leiden)
How? Sign up for the event using this link: https://goo.gl/forms/kILzjOG9KYM2KICu2
Tomorrow is the last day to get your Early Bird ticket for the T.W.I.S.T. Student Conference in Linguistics! The conference takes place on the 13th and 14th of April, 2018.
Sign up at conference.studieverenigingtwist.nl and the entrance fee will be €6 for one day and €10 for both days. If you decide to register later than this, the fee will be €7,50 for single day entrance and €15 for both days.
The T.W.I.S.T. Conference is organized by T.W.I.S.T., the students’ society for Linguistics students at Leiden University. Each year, it provides a truly academic yet open and informal platform for undergraduate (BA), graduate (MA) and postgraduate (PhD) students to present their original research to fellow students and researchers from all over The Netherlands (and abroad!). With 4 keynote lectures and many more student talks, we strive to bring together students interested in language from the most diverse research fields and subdisciplines.