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The quantum mind Szklarska Poreba Workshop 7 (February 25)

Workshop on Bidirectional Optimality Theory, ZAS Berlin. Invited talk [with Maria Aloni] (May 4-5) My handout , Maria's handout [ppt-slides available on request ]

Semantikzirkel, ZAS Berlin. Invited guest talk (June 11)

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Workshop "Optimality Theoryand Interpretation", Amsterdam (September 14)

Optimal Communication Colloquium Nijmegen, Invited guest talk (October 24)

Experimental Pragmatics Conference Berlin, Invited talk (December 14-16) Article (draft); Grenson Craig Green Polishedleather Derby Shoes Black Sast Online Sale Exclusive MmusqaX5D

OT learning and the aquisition of coreference. Szklarska Poreba Workshop 6 (March 4) [with Anton Benz]

Pragmatik und Fossilisierung [in German] Invited talk, IDS workshop Mannheim (Mai 12)

Embedding implicatures: Global or local? Rob's Festshop ( A surprise workshop for Rob van der Sandt's 60th birthday ) (May 22)

and a similar talk in Amsterdam -- taking some comments on Rob's workshop into account

Embodied Optimality Theory Kolloquium Kognitionswissenschaft: Sprache und Kognition Guest talk, Golm (June 7)

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Invited talk, Workshop on Word Meaning, Concepts and Communication, to be held at Cumberland Lodge, Windsor Great Park, (September, 16 - 18)

Optimality Theoretic Pragmatics and the Idea of Embodiment in Cognitive Science. Invited guest talk. Syddansk Universitet Kolding, IFKI (November 11)

Embedded Implicatures, Fossilization, and Incremental Interpretation . NWO/DFG workshop Modellingincremental interpretation , Nijmegen (November 28-29)

OT learning and the development of coreference . Guest talk, Groningen (December 7)

The nature of systematicity in natural language Semantics Colloquium. University of Nijmegen (October 5)

Nonmonotonic inference and neural networks Invited talk, Cognitive Science Center Amsterdam (February 18)

Optimlity theory and natural language interpretation General lecture, Semantics Colloquium Nijmegen (February 19)

Sippin’, Smokin’ Singin’ Saturday Night
Saturday, July 2, 2016 - 6:00pm to 9:00pm
Jowler Creek Winery

Gather your friends and come watch the sunset from our wine garden as we stay open late this Saturday night with live music (if it’s rainy, we’ll have the band inside our barrel room)! Listen to them play rock-n-roll while enjoying cigars made locally by Weston Tobacco around our beautiful fire pit. We’ll be selling wine and beer by the glass and bottle, and we’ll also have picnic pails pre-packed with foods available for purchase to enjoy alongside your favorite wine. Cost to attend is FREE. No reservations are required to join the fun...just come on out! No outside food or beverages (alcoholic or non-alcoholic) allowed.

Tipple Hill Winery Vineyard- Wine
Sunday, July 3, 2016 - 1:00pm to 6:00pm
Tipple Hill Winery Vineyard

Come and enjoy a refreshing cool Wine Ice Cream Sundaes on Sundays to the end of summer.

FOOD+WINE: Wine Pairing and Tour
Sunday, July 3, 2016 - 2:00pm to 3:30pm
Jowler Creek Winery
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Sunday, July 3, 2016 - 2:00pm to 5:00pm
Blumenhof Winery

The Garden Party Band (Country/Rock) will perform at Blumenhof Winery in Dutzow, MO on Sunday, July 3 from 2-5pm.

Gerry Huggins at Chaumette (Sunset Series)
Sunday, July 3, 2016 - 6:00pm to 8:00pm
Chaumette Vineyard Winery
4th of July Reds, Whites,
Monday, July 4, 2016 - 11:00am to 5:00pm
Jowler Creek Winery

Yup, we'll be open on the 4th of July! So pack a picnic basket, come out, taste some red and white wines and relax in our wine garden or 67-degree air conditioned barrel room. The Good Sam Club Band will be playing live blues music in our outdoor wine garden from Noon-3:00 pm. We’ll be selling wine and beer by the glass and bottle, and we’ll also have picnic baskets pre-packed with foods available for purchase to enjoy alongside your favorite wine, as well as grilling up an assortment of gourmet brats. We'll also have a variety of fun and relaxing yard games set-up for you to play including washers, redneck golf, yard yahtzee and giant jenga! Cost to attend is FREE. No reservations are required to join the fun...just come on out! No outside food or beverages (alcoholic or non-alcoholic) allowed.

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Victoria Adamson

A Muslim from London, Fatima was 13 years old when she witnessed the 7/7 bombings in 2005. Now she works as a counter extremist and campaigns with former UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan to prevent girls from joining extremist groups in the Middle East. She tells her story to Hannah Nathanson

By Hannah Nathanson and Fatima Zaman

'I make a point of being a hybrid. I'm British, Bengali and Muslim, and I embrace all three identities equally. My parents, from Bangladesh, moved to Britain in the late Sixties with the first wave of Bengalis. My mum and dad faced racism when they arrived in London: rocks were thrown through the window and faeces were put through the letterbox.

'But they dealt with it and integrated into society. I don't feel that I face racism, but Islamophobia. I try to deal with it positively, like my mum and dad did, by celebrating diversity and the things that make us different. I carry myself in a tolerant way in the face of intolerance.

'I work as a civil servant, but my passion is being a next-generation counter extremist. Watching young people get radicalised makes me want to do something.

'In 2016, I was one of 10 people selected to form Extremely Together , an initiative backed by the Kofi Annan Foundation and the European Commission, which works to counter violent extremism.

'I run workshops in my community to start conversations, particularly when girls have flown out to join Islamist extremists. 
I want to create an alternative narrative to the one espoused by extremists.

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'I was 13 when the 7/7 London bombings happened. I was near to the Aldgate blast; I saw the flashing lights of the emergency services and I felt the panic. I heard 'terrorist attacks' and 'London bombs', and put two and two together. My school, Mulberry School for Girls in Shadwell, was used as a refuge on that day.

I was 13 when the 7/7 London bombings happened. I was near to the Aldgate blast; I saw the flashing lights of the emergency services and I felt the panic

'As time went on, it became clear that people were trying to hijack my faith, my religion and my identity, and I wasn't going to stand for it. I felt the xenophobia that followed and knew it would change me as a Muslim. The work I do today is because of what I saw during the London attacks.

'Neither of my parents went to university; my dad did various jobs and my mum is a housewife. There are stereotypes about being a stay-at-home mum but I get my feminist views from her: she always said, "You should be confident in what you do and say, and you shouldn't let anyone stop you."

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