Anna Pytlowany (PhD student of University of Amsterdam) has won the 2016 Vivien law Prize for an essay in the history of linguistics ideas. Anna’s essay is titled “Searching for the models for the first grammar of Hindustani (Ketelaar 1698)”. Dhr. prof. dr. Fred Weerman, dean of the Faculty of Humanities, and Dr. Otto Zwartjes, Spaanse Taal en Cultuur, are her supervisors.
The competition is open to all currently registered students, and to scholars who have received their PhD or equivalent qualification within the last five years. The prize consists of £200, one year’s free membership of the Society and a free copy of Vivien Law’s The History of Linguistics in Europe from Cambridge University Press.
¡Felicidades! Un merecidísimo premio.