Leiden University logo.

nl en

Overview laureates

These are the laureates of the AVT/Anéla Dissertation Award in previous years:

  • 2022: Alex Reuneker: Connecting conditionals. Universiteit Leiden (video presentation).
  • 2021: Ulrika Klomp: A descriptive grammar of Sign Language of the Netherlands. Universiteit van Amsterdam (video presentation).
  • 2020: Imme Lammertink: Detecting patterns: Relating statistical learning to language proficiency in children with and without developmental language disorder. Universiteit van Amsterdam 2020.
  • 2019: Luis Miguel Rojas Berscia: From Kawapanan to Shawi: Topics in language variation and change. Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen 2018.
  • 2018: Tessel Boerma: Profiles and paths. Effects of language impairment and bilingualism on children’s linguistic and cognitive development. Universiteit Utrecht 2017.
  • 2017: Kobie van Krieken: Linguistic viewpoint in crime news narratives: Form, function and impact. Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen 2016.
  • 2016: Barend Beekhuizen: Constructions Emerging. A Usage-Based Model of the Acquisition of Grammar. Universiteit Leiden 2015. 
  • 2015: Koen Sebregts: The Sociophonetics and Phonology of Dutch r . Universiteit Utrecht 2015. 
  • 2014: Hans Rutger Bosker: The processing and evaluation of fluency in native and non-native speech. Universiteit Utrecht 2014. 
  • 2013: Titia Benders: Nature's distributional learning experiment: Infants' input, infants' perception and computational modelling. Universiteit van Amsterdam 2013. 
  • 2012: Mark Dingemanse: The meaning and use of ideophones in Siwu. Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen 2011. 
  • 2011: Sander Lestrade: The space of case. Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen 2010.  
  • 2010: Anna Kijak: How stressful is L2 stress? A cross-linguistic study of L2 perception and production of metrical systems. Universiteit Utrecht 2009. 
  • 2009: Margot Rozendaal: The acquisition of reference: a cross-linguistic study .Universiteit van Amsterdam 2008. 
  • 2008: Brigitte Pakendorf: Contact in the prehistory of the Sakha (Yakuts): linguistic and genetic perspectives . Universiteit Leiden 2007. 
  • 2007: Tamás Bíró: Finding the right words: implementing optimality theory with simulated annealing. Universiteit van Amsterdam 2006. 
  • 2006: Sonja van Boxtel: Can the late bird catch the worm? Ultimate attainment in L2 syntax. Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen 2005. 
  • 2005: Bert Botma: Phonological aspects of nasality: an element-based dependency approach. Universiteit van Amsterdam 2004. 
  • 2004: Elma Blom: From root infinitive to finite sentence. Universiteit Utrecht 2003. 
  • 2003: Dirk-Bart den Ouden: Phonology in aphasia. Universiteit Groningen 2002. 
  • 2002: Onno Crasborn: Phonetic implementation of phonological categories in Sign Language of the Netherlands. Universiteit Leiden 2001. 
  • 2001: Ineke van de Craats: Conservation in the acquisition of possessive constructions: a study of second language acquisition by Turkish and Moroccan learners of Dutch. Universiteit van Tilburg 2000. 
  • 2000: Joost Dekkers: Derivations & evaluations: on the syntax of subjects and complementizers. Universiteit van Amsterdam 1999. 
  • 1999: Jürgen Bohnemeyer: Time relations in discourse: evidence from a comparative approach to Yukatek Maya. Universiteit van Tilburg 1998. 
  • 1998: Anastasia Giannakidou: The landscape of polarity items. Universiteit Groningen 1997. 
  • 1997: Ad Backus: Two in one: bilingual speech of Turkish immigrants in The Netherlands. Universiteit van Tilburg 1996. 
  • 1996: Marc van Oostendorp: Vowel quality and phonological projection. Universiteit van Tilburg 1995. 
  • 1995: Paula Fikkert: On the acquisition of prosodic structure. Universiteit Leiden 1994. 
  • 1994: Jan-Wouter Zwart: Dutch syntax: a minimalist approach. Universiteit Groningen 1993.
This website uses cookies.