LINGUIST List 12.2236

Thu Sep 13 2001

Calls: Ling & Phonetics,New Developments of"imparfait"

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  1. Emmanuelle Labeau, Conference Call: Nouveaux developpements de l'imparfait / New developments of the 'imparfait' (les vendredi 22 et samedi 23 mars 2002 / Fri.22nd and Sat.23rd March 2002) Aston University (Birmingham, GB)
  2. Takashi YOSHIDA, LP2002, CALL FOR PAPERS

Message 1: Conference Call: Nouveaux developpements de l'imparfait / New developments of the 'imparfait' (les vendredi 22 et samedi 23 mars 2002 / Fri.22nd and Sat.23rd March 2002) Aston University (Birmingham, GB)

Date: Mon, 10 Sep 2001 14:57:55 +0100
From: Emmanuelle Labeau <E.Labeauaston.ac.uk>
Subject: Conference Call: Nouveaux developpements de l'imparfait / New developments of the 'imparfait' (les vendredi 22 et samedi 23 mars 2002 / Fri.22nd and Sat.23rd March 2002) Aston University (Birmingham, GB)



Premier appel a contributions / First call
Nouveaux developpements de l'imparfait / New developments of the 
'imparfait' (les vendredi 22 et samedi 23 mars 2002 / Fri.22nd and 
Sat.23rd March 2002) - Aston University (Birmingham, GB)

Le tiroir imparfait (IMP) a subi une extension considerable de ses 
usages a travers l'histoire du francais. En effet, dans l'ancienne 
langue, on retrouvait le passe simple (PS) dans des contextes 
aujourd'hui consideres prototypiques de l'IMP, tels que la 
description.
L'IMP a acquis progressivement une variete d'emplois, temporels de 
concordance (il a dit qu'il venait a deux heures) et "stylistiques"
(par exemple l'hypocoristique : il etait gentil, le toutou a sa 
memere ou le forain : qu'est-ce qu'il lui fallait a la p'tite dame 
?). Cette forme assume aujourd'hui des roles divers et nouveaux, qui 
semblent contredire les descriptions linguistiques traditionnelles ; 
on les designe sous des appellations diverses : imparfait de rupture, 
imparfait narratif, imparfait pittoresque. Ces extensions d'usage 
forcent a reconsiderer les presentations theoriques de l'imparfait, 
de meme qu'elles amenent a s'interroger sur les consequences 
pedagogiques (en particulier dans la presentation des temps du passe 
en FLE) et pratiques (dans la traduction notamment) qui en decoulent. 
Ce sont ces questions qui constitueront l'objet de l'atelier projete, 
qui en rassemblant un nombre limite de specialistes permettra 
d'envisager les reponses possibles.

Nous vous invitons cordialement a soumettre avant le 30 septembre 
prochain une proposition de communication, donnant en une page le 
titre et le resume de la problematique et de l'analyse consideree.

Langues de communication : Francais / English

Emmanuelle Labeau et Pierre Larrivee
Lecturers in French
School of Languages and European Studies
Aston University
Birmingham, UK
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Emmanuelle Labeau
Lecturer in French
Member of ILT
School of Languages and European Studies
Aston University
Aston Triangle
Birmingham B4 7ET
Tel. 0121/359.36.11 Ext.4221
=46ax. 0121/359.61.53
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Message 2: LP2002, CALL FOR PAPERS

Date: Thu, 13 Sep 2001 16:16:13 +0900
From: Takashi YOSHIDA <ysdsakura.cc.tsukuba.ac.jp>
Subject: LP2002, CALL FOR PAPERS

CALL FOR PAPERS

Linguistics and Phonetics 2002 (LP2002)
Meikai University, Urayasu, Japan
September 2-6, 2002

We are happy to announce that this year's Linguistics and Phonetics 
conference (LP2002) will be hosted by Meikai University in Urayasu, Japan 
(Urayasu is located in Chiba Prefecture, 20 minutes from Tokyo by train). 
LP2002 will be organized around the following three general topics: (1) 
Typology and Linguistic Theory, (2) the Lexicon, and (3) Prosody and 
Phonetics. The conference will consist of a main session, with 45-, 30-, 
and 20-minute talks, and a poster session. We invite anonymous abstracts 
for posters and talks (where you may indicate a preference for 45, 30, or 
20 minutes) on aspects of linguistics or phonetics that are related to the 
topic categories indicated above. The language of the conference is English.

Abstracts should be at most one A4 page, with one-inch margins, typed in at 
least 11-point font; a second A4 page, with the same margins and type-size, 
is permitted for data and references. Submissions are restricted to 1 
individual and 1 joint abstract per author.

ABSTRACTS MUST BE SUBMITTED ELECTRONICALLY VIA E-MAIL, using the LP2002 
E-mail address <midori34meikai.ac.jp>.

Please use the subject header "abstract", and include the abstract in the 
body of your message in plain text format (no file attachments please) 
followed by the following information: name of author(s), affiliation of 
author(s), title of abstract, topic category (choose from 1-3 above), 
poster or main session, preferred length of talk if submitting an abstract 
for the main session (45, 30, or 20 minutes), mailing & E-mail addresses.

DEADLINE FOR RECEIPT OF ABSTRACTS: January 15, 2002

Shosuke Haraguchi
Head
Organizing Committee of LP2002 
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