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Message 1: International conference The Native Tongue

Date: Thu, 28 Jan 1999 10:10:56 +0200
From: Marina YAGUELLO <mayaparis7.jussieu.fr>
Subject: International conference The Native Tongue




Final programme and registration form

 International CONFERENCE

 THE NATIVE TONGUE

 University of Paris 7-Denis Diderot

19-20 March 1999

				PROGRAMME
Friday 19 march a.m.
8.45 Registration and welcome

session 1: chair Cyril Veken (Paris 7-Denis-Diderot)
9. 15 	Marina Yaguello (Paris 7-Denis-Diderot) : Introduction
9. 30	John Maher (Int. Christian U. Tokyo): Language and the m/other
tongue:holding and othering
10. 00 Tadhg OhIfearnain ( University of Limerick): Defining the
 native-speaker of Irish - The minority language speaker in a bilingual
 society.
10.30 	Agurtzane Elordui (Euskal Herriko Unibertsitatea): Language
loss among some Basque dialects

11.00 : coffee break

session 2: chair Larry Rosenwald (Wellesley)
11. 15 	Hans-Georg Wolf (Humboldt U., Berlin): From mother-tongue to
second language: the cultural model of community in African English
11. 45 	Alan Davies (U. of Edinburgh): What second language learners
 can tell us about the native speaker
12. 15	Diane Daviault (U. Quebec Chicoutimi): Le rapport de
l'tudiant autochtone sa langue maternelle travers les differentes
 tapes du cursus scolaire

Friday 19 March p. m. :

session 1: chair Christian Cuxsac (Paris 5-Descartes)
14. 15 	Nancy Huston (crivain): Le Masque et la plume
14. 45	Larry Rosenwald (U. Wellesley): On some American literary
images of the mother tongue
15. 15	Victor Sonkin (U. de Moscou): Bilingualism in poetry: native
and acquired languages in versification
15. 45	Julie Auger (Indiana U.): Le picard: langue maternelle et
langue litteraire

16. 00 : coffee break

session 2: chair Marina Yaguello (Paris 7-Denis Diderot)
16. 30	Christian Cuxsac (Paris 5-Descartes ): La langue maternelle
des enfants sourds
17. 00 Dr Marcel Czermak (Hopital Henri Rousselle): Peut-on avoir deux
 langues maternelles?
17. 30	Dirk Naguschewski (Freie U. Berlin): Growing up without a
 mother-tongue (Mis)understandings of la langue maternelle).
18. 00 Erika Levy, Mira Goral, Loraine K. Obler ( City U. of New-York):
 The Representation of the mother-tongue in the brain
18. 30	Domenico Russo (U. Chieti): Les Italiens et leurs langues
 maternelles


Saturday 20 March a.m.:

session 1: chair Antoine Culioli (Paris 7-Denis Diderot)
 9. 00	 Barbara Koepke (Toulouse Le Mirail): L'erosion de la langue
 maternelle chez des immigres dans des contextes culturels differents
 9. 30 	Enrico Chessa (Queen Mary and Westfield College, London): Catalan
 and Sardinian: mother-tongues of nobody
10. 00 Rachel Ertel : (U. Paris 7-Denis Diderot): La Langue maternelle:
 la grande absente
10. 30	Julia Kristeva: (U. Paris 7-Denis Diderot): Les Migrants ou peut
 on analyser l'autre langue ?

11.00 : coffee break

session 2: chair Claire Blanche-Benveniste (Aix en Provence)
11. 15 Monika Schmid (U. Dsseldorf): Linguistic identities
 of German-Jewish refugees (or Dispossession by attrition is the
 permanent condition that the modern world endures)
11. 45	Jason Pontius (U. of Chicago): Nationalism and protestantism in
Czech mother-tongue defence
 12. 15	Xoan Paulo Rodriguez-Yanez (U. Vigo): Langue premiere et
 repertoire linguistique des bilingues en Galice


Saturday 20 March p.m.

session 3: chair Henri Meschonnic (Paris 8-St Denis)
14. 00 : Aone van Engelenhoven (U. Leiden) : Language and Ethnicity
in the Moluccan Community in the Netherlands
14. 30 	Regine Robin (UQAM): S'inventer sa langue maternelle
15. 00 	Stella Baruk (crivain): Langue maternelle/langue de savoir:
 amies ou ennemies?
15. 30	Cecile Bauvois (U. de Mons): Le choix des variantes
sociolinguistiques chez les adolescents: la langue maternelle est-elle
reellement maternelle?

16. 00 : coffee break

16. 15 Round Table : chair Cyril Veken
 Claire Blanche-Benveniste (Aix en Provence), Antoine Culioli
 (Paris 7 Denis Diderot), Charles Melman (psychoanalyst),
Henri Meschonnic (Paris 8-St Denis)


18.00: RECEPTION


Registration form

 

Universite Paris 7 Denis Diderot
UFR d'etudes anglophones Charles V / Ecole doctorale Charles V-Sciences des
textes et documents

 International Conference on The Native Tongue

19-20 March 1999
8-10 rue Charles V, 75004 Paris
Room A 50
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Registration form

 

First Name
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Last Name
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Affiliation
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Address........................................................................

Telephone/Fax
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E mail 
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will attend the Conference on The Native Tongue 19-20 March 1999.
 
 
The conference fee is 150 F (academics) or 80 F (students) and includes
coffee-breaks and the party on Saturday.
 
Cheques to be made payable to Madame l'Agent Comptable de l'Universite
Paris 7.
 
Form and cheque to be sent to Mme Bourgeat-Lami, UFR d'etudes anglophones
Charles V, 10 rue Charles V 75004 Paris

Requests for information (e mail only) should be addressed to :

 Marina Yaguello < mayaparis7.jussieu.fr >
 or Cyril Veken< vekenparis7.jussieu.fr >











Marina Yaguello
Professor of linguistics and Chair
English Department
University of Paris 7-Denis Diderot
10, rue Charles V 75004 Paris
tel: 01 44 78 34 34 / 42 77 51 76
fax: 01 42 78 12 47
http://www.charlesV.cicrp.jussieu.fr/charlesV/liste/y/Yaguello/index.html
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