- Semantics and Pragmatics
- Can DP Be a Scope Island?
- Semantic Meaning and Pragmatic Inference in Non-cooperative Conversation
- What Makes a Knight?
- The Algebraic Structure of Amounts: Evidence from Comparatives
- Mathematical Linguistics
- Extraction in the Lambek-Grishin Calculus
- Formal Parameters of Phonology
- Applied Computational Linguistics
- Variable Selection in Logistic Regression: The British English Dative Alternation
- A Salience-Driven Approach to Speech Recognition for Human-Robot Interaction
- Language Technologies for Instructional Resources in Bulgarian
- Logic and Computation
- Description Logics for Relative Terminologies
- Cdiprover3: A Tool for Proving Derivational Complexities of Term Rewriting Systems
- POP* and Semantic Labeling Using SAT.

Under the auspices of the Association of Logic, Language and Information (FoLLI), the European Summer School in Logic, Language, and Information (ESSLLI) is organized every year in a different European country. It takes place during two weeks in the European summer and hosts approximately 50 different courses at both introductory and advanced level. With its focus on the large interdisciplinary area where linguistics, logic and computation converge, it has become very popular since it started in 1989, attracting large numbers of students. ESSLLI Student Sessions were first held in 1996; they are organized along the lines of a conference. Their intention is to provide a forum where promising work by Master or PhD students can be presented. This book constitutes 12 selected contributions from the Student Sessions held in 2008 and 2009. The papers are organized in four sections: semantics and pragmatics, mathematical linguistics, applied computational linguistics, and logic and computation.