Sebastian Sauppe and Rik van Gijn receive funding for pilot project

In cooperation with Simeon Floyd (USFQ Quito), Elisabeth Norcliffe and
Gabriela Garrido (both MPI Nijmegen), institute members Sebastian Sauppe
and Rik van Gijn received a grant from the Leading House for the Latin
American Region (https://cls.unisg.ch/de/forschung/leading-house) for a
pilot project on the production and comprehension of switch-reference
constructions, focusing on Ecuadorian Quichua. The project will be
hosted by the universities of Quito and Zurich from February 2018 to
February 2019.

Martha Mariani

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