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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


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!

- 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

Opening B.Köpke & M.S.Schmid (Univ. Toulouse II & VU Amsterdam)

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

A mutuality model as a connection between first and second language attrition
(Magot Kinberg, National University)

A dynamic systems perspective on language attrition (Kees de Bot,
Rijksuniversiteit Groningen)

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

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

Attrition by processing: A MOGUL account (Mike Sharwood Smith, University of

The use of verbs of motion by Russian-English bilinguals (Aneta Pavlenko, Temple

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

Kenneth Hyltenstam: Modeling maturation and attrition

Thursday, 18-8-2005

Vivian Cook: The changing L1 in the L2 user's mind

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

First language attrition and Jakobson's regression hypothesis (Merel Keijzer,
Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)

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

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)

Attrition and typological change (Steven Gross, East Tenessee State University)

Ideology, identity and attrition: a franbreophone village in Israel (Miriam Ben
Rafael, Tel Aviv University)

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

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

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

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

Friday, 19-8-2005

Christophe Pallier: Some observations on adopted Koreans

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

Have Korean adoptees completely lost their first language Korean? (Hyeon Sook
Park, Stockholm University)

First language attrition in the ability to detect a foreign accent (Roy Major,
Arizona State University)

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

The use of person deixis by Portuguese migrants (Marian Schoenmakers, University
of Utrecht)

L1 attrition in translations into Italian (Anna Cardinaletti, University of Venice)

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

Ayşe Gürel: (Psycho)linguistic determinants of First Language Attrition

Saturday, 20-8

Pekka Hirvonen: Phonological and morphological aspects of the attrition of Finnish

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)

On the decrease of language norms in a disintegrating language (Jaap van Marle,
The Netherlands)

Poster session

Research questions and experimental designs for language attrition (Monika
Schmid, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)

Antonella Sorace: Minimalism and attrition

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