Topics in Cognitive Science and Art
Nicole Calma-Roddin, NY Institute of Technology, John Frederick Bailyn, Stony Brook University, Samuel Jay Keyser, MIT
Ling A:
Language in the political life of nations
Stanley Dubinsky and Anyssa Murphy, University of South Carolina
Ling B:
Introduction to Syntax
Hongchen Wu, Georgia Tech University 
Ling C:
Introduction to Formal Semantics
Petr Kusliy & Ekaterina Vostrikova, University of Göttingen
Ling D:
Puzzles in Semantics and Pragmatics (advanced)
Maria Esipova (University of Konstanz), Julie Goncharov & Hedde Zeijlstra (University of Göttingen)
Ling E:
The Syntax of Ditransitives (advanced!)
Marcel den Dikken, ELTE & Hungarian Research Centre for Linguistics
Ling F:
The CP domain: semantic and cartographic approaches (advanced!)
Susanne Wurmbrand (University of Vienna & Harvard University)
Ling G / Cog C:
Phonological knowledge: The linguistic content of phonemes and phonological features (Intermediate)
Alex Chabot (University of Maryland)
Ling H / Cog B:
Phonology and its interfaces (with morpho-syntax and phonetics) (advanced)
Tobias Scheer, CNRS, Université Côte d'Azur
Ling I / Workshop F:
On the Status of Quotative & Locative Inversion (intermediate)
John David Storment (Stony Brook University)
Ling J:
How do we Investigate Modularity in the Language Faculty?
Kenyon Branan, University of Göttingen & Andrew Ira Nevins, UCL
Ling K:
An even number of odd puzzles in Ellipsis (advanced)
Ur Shlonsky, University of Geneva 
Adam Szczegielniak, University of Gdansk
Ling L:
Sign Languages and Deaf Cultures
Nina Feygl Semushina, University of Chicago