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LINGUIST List 18.2820

Thu Sep 27 2007

Confs: General Linguistics, Dutch Language/Belguim

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        1.    Gunther De Vogelaer, Dutch Dialect Geography and Internal Factors


Message 1: Dutch Dialect Geography and Internal Factors
Date: 27-Sep-2007
From: Gunther De Vogelaer <gunther.devogelaerugent.be>
Subject: Dutch Dialect Geography and Internal Factors
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Dutch Dialect Geography and Internal Factors

Date: 23-Nov-2007 - 23-Nov-2007
Location: Ghent, Belgium
Contact: Gunther De Vogelaer
Contact Email: gunther.devogelaerugent.be
Meeting URL: http://users.ugent.be/~gdvogela/T&T-call_Eng

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics

Subject Language(s): Dutch (nld)

Meeting Description:

Since the publication of the third volume of the Phonological Atlas of Dutch
Dialects (FAND) and the first volume of the Morphological and the Syntactic
Atlas of Dutch Dialects (MAND and SAND) in 2005, the Dutch language area may
very well be the best described area in the world with respect to dialect
variation. The present workshop aims at exploring the relevance of
system-internal factors for the patterns of diffusion that are described in
these atlases. To participate, send your one-page abstract (including
references) to gunther.devogelaerugent.be, to arrive no later than June, 30.
Talks are 20 min. (+ 10 min. discussion). We encourage abstracts in Dutch, but
non-native speakers of Dutch may submit English abstracts as well. Decisions on
the acceptance of the abstract can be expected before September, 1. A selection
of papers will appear as a theme issue of Taal & Tongval
(http://www.meertens.knaw.nl/taalentongval/).

The workshop 'Dutch dialect geography and internal factors' will take place on
Friday, November 23, 2007 in Ghent. It will be held at the Royal Academy for
Dutch Linguistics and Literature (Koninklijke Academie voor Nederlandse Taal- en
Letterkunde-KANTL), Koningstraat 18, 9000 Gent (Belgium).

Participation is free, but it is advised to register beforehand with Valérie
Bouckaert, via e-mail (valerie.bouckaertugent.be), phone (+32/9/264.40.75) or
fax (+32/9/264.41.70). As for lunch, there are plenty of bars and restaurants in
the immediate neighbourhood of the venue. Anyone who wants to participate in the
common lunch (cost +/- 10 €), has to contact Valérie Bouckaert before November, 10.

More information can be found via the conference website:
http://users.ugent.be/~gdvogela/T&T-call_Eng

The Program:

10u00-10u15:
coffee

10u15-10u25:
Opening by Sjef Barbiers and Gunther De Vogelaer

10u25-11u05:
John Nerbonne (RUGroningen):'Kunnen we geografie en structuur uit elkaar halen?'

11u05-11u35:
Pieter Van Reenen (VU) & Gertjan Postma (Meertens Instituut): 'Expansie versus
umlaut, huus versus moes in Salland'

11u35-12u15:
Michael Cysouw (MPI Leipzig): 'Geographic distance as a predictor of the
distribution of linguistic characteristics'

12u15-14u00:
Lunch

14u00-14u40:
Ben Hermans (Meertens Instituut): 'Dutch expansion repelled by Limburg tones'

14u40-15u10:
Mena Lafkioui (UGent): 'Synchronische en diachronische taalvariatie als
indikator van taalverandering en -diffusie'

15u10-15u40:
Albert Oosterhof (UGent): 'Dialectvariatie, universele principes en de vorm van
determinatorgroepen'

15u40-15u55:
Coffee

15u55-16u25:
Gunther De Vogelaer & Evie Coussé (FWO / UGent): 'De kracht van disambiguering:
nieuwe meervoudspronomina van het Middelnederlands tot nu'

16u25-17u05:
Hans Bennis (Meertens Instituut / UvA) & Alies MacLean (Meertens): 'Principles
of Paradigmatic Levelling: the case of verbal inflection in dialects of Dutch'

17u05: reception


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