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LINGUIST List 16.1476

Tue May 10 2005

Confs: Applied Ling/Amsterdam, Netherlands

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        1.    Monika S. Schmid, 2nd International Conference on First Language Attrition


Message 1: 2nd International Conference on First Language Attrition
Date: 08-May-2005
From: Monika S. Schmid <ms.schmidlet.vu.nl>
Subject: 2nd International Conference on First Language Attrition


2nd International Conference on First Language Attrition
Short Title: 2nd ICFLA

Date: 17-Aug-2005 - 20-Aug-2005
Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands
Contact: Monika S. Schmid
Contact Email: ICFLA2005let.vu.nl
Meeting URL: http://www.let.vu.nl/conference/icfla2005/

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics

Meeting Description:

2nd International Conference on First Language Attrition

Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, 17-20 August 2005

icfla2005let.vu.nl

Conference organisers:
Monika S. Schmid (ms.schmidlet.vu.nl)
Barbara Köpke (bkopkeuniv-tlse2.fr)

Keynote Speakers (in alphabetical order):
Vivian Cook (University of Newcastle, UK)
Ayse Gürel (Bogazici University Istanbul, Turkey)
Kenneth Hyltenstam (Stockholm University, Sweden)
Pekka Hirvonen (Joensuu University, Finland)
Carol Myers-Scotton (University of South Carolina, USA)
Christophe Pallier (Cognitive Neuroimaging Unit INSERM U562, Paris, France)
Michel Paradis (McGill University, Montreal, Canada)
Antonella Sorace (University of Edinburgh, UK)

On-line registration is possible at http://www.let.vu.nl/conference/icfla2005/
Speakers: please register before May 30th!

Fees:
- early registration (before May 30th) €135
- early registration student €80
- registration after May 30h €150
- registration after May 30th student €90
- conference dinner €30

The conference fee includes lunch on all conference days. We are also able to
offer conference participants the conference volume from ICFLA 2002 for 50% of
the list price (+ VAT), i.e. for €58,30 (instead of €110).

Wednesday, 17-8-2005

9:00-9:15
Opening B.Köpke & M.S.Schmid (Univ. Toulouse II & VU Amsterdam)

9:15-10:15
Michel Paradis, McGill University Montréal: L1 attrition predicted by a
neurolinguistic theory of bilingualism

10:15-10:45
A mutuality model as a connection between first and second language attrition
(Magot Kinberg, National University)

10:45-11:15
A dynamic systems perspective on language attrition (Kees de Bot,
Rijksuniversiteit Groningen)

14:00-14:30
When boundaries are crossed: Evaluating language attrition data from two
perspectives (Elena Schmitt, Southern Connecticut State University)

14:30-15:00
''Die Muttersprache vergisst man nicht'' - or does one? A case study in L1
attrition and its (partial) reversal (Doris Stolberg & Alexandra Münch,
Universität Mannheim)

15:00-15:30
Attrition by processing: A MOGUL account (Mike Sharwood Smith, University of
Edinburgh)

16:00-16:30
The use of verbs of motion by Russian-English bilinguals (Aneta Pavlenko, Temple
University)

16:30-17:00
First language attrition and second language acquisition of long-term immigrants
- towards a reinterpretation of the Sapir-Whorf Hypothesis (Annette
Fritsch-Cornet, Brest-Guipavas)

17:00-18:00
Kenneth Hyltenstam: Modeling maturation and attrition


Thursday, 18-8-2005

9:00-10:00
Vivian Cook: The changing L1 in the L2 user's mind

10:00-10:30
What happens to a ''native speaker'' when s/he is no longer ''native''? (Susan
Dostert, Heinrich Heine Universität Düsseldorf)

10:30-11:00
First language attrition and Jakobson's regression hypothesis (Merel Keijzer,
Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)

11:30-12:00
Trade-offs between language proficiency as a cause of L2 attrition (Conny Opitz,
Trinity College Dublin)

12:00-12:30
Report of a study into subjective experiences of Russians and Germans living in
the Netherlands concerning supposed L1 attrition and loss/change of cultural
identity (Petra Prescher, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen)

14:00-14:30
Attrition and typological change (Steven Gross, East Tenessee State University)

14:30-15:00
Ideology, identity and attrition: a franbreophone village in Israel (Miriam Ben
Rafael, Tel Aviv University)

15:00-15:30
The analysis of compensatory strategies applied to language attrition research
(Antonio Jiménez-Jiménez, California State University, Channel Islands)

16:00-16:30
Spanish/English bilingual children in the Southeastern USA: convergence, L1
attrition and codeswitching (Daniel Smith, Clemson University)

16:30-17:00
Language attrition and language 'relearning' in German-speaking minority groups
of Eastern Europe (Claudia Maria Riehl, Universität Köln)

17:00-18:00
Carol Myers-Scotton: A key to understanding changes during attrition: Paying
attention to morpheme types


Friday, 19-8-2005

9:00-10:00
Christophe Pallier: Some observations on adopted Koreans

10:00-10:30
How radical can L1 attrition be? Language plasticity in adopted Koreans (Valérie
Ventureyra & Christophe Pallier, LSCP & INSERM U562, Paris)

10:30-11:00
Have Korean adoptees completely lost their first language Korean? (Hyeon Sook
Park, Stockholm University)

11:30-12:00
First language attrition in the ability to detect a foreign accent (Roy Major,
Arizona State University)

12:00-12:30
L1 and L2 temporality: Does learning a second language affect fluency in the
first? (Lynne Hansen, BYU Hawaii)

14:00-14:30
The use of person deixis by Portuguese migrants (Marian Schoenmakers, University
of Utrecht)

14:30-15:00
L1 attrition in translations into Italian (Anna Cardinaletti, University of Venice)

15:00-15:30
Dominant language influence in acquisition and attrition of binding
interpretation of Korean reflexive 'caki' (Ji-Hye Kim, University of Illinois)

16:00-17:00
Ayşe Gürel: (Psycho)linguistic determinants of First Language Attrition


Saturday, 20-8

9:00-10:00
Pekka Hirvonen: Phonological and morphological aspects of the attrition of Finnish

10:00-10:30
Phonological attrition and perceptual decay: the consonant length feature in the
Lucchese community of San Francisco (CA) (J. Cancila, C. Celata & S. Gianni,
Universita per Stranieri, Perugia/Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa, Italy)

10:30-11:00
On the decrease of language norms in a disintegrating language (Jaap van Marle,
The Netherlands)

11:00-12:30
Poster session

14:00-14:30
Research questions and experimental designs for language attrition (Monika
Schmid, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)

14:30-15:30
Antonella Sorace: Minimalism and attrition


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