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LINGUIST List 18.597

Thu Feb 22 2007

Confs: History of Linguistics,Lexicography,Standard Arabic Lang/Italy

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        1.    Giuliano Lancioni, Conference of Arabic Linguistics


Message 1: Conference of Arabic Linguistics
Date: 21-Feb-2007
From: Giuliano Lancioni <lancioniuniroma3.it>
Subject: Conference of Arabic Linguistics


Conference of Arabic Linguistics
Short Title: CAL

Date: 01-Mar-2007 - 03-Mar-2007
Location: Roma, Italy
Contact: Giuliano Lancioni
Contact Email: lancioniuniroma3.it
Meeting URL: http://host.uniroma3.it/dipartimenti/linguistica

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics; History of Linguistics; Lexicography;
Morphology

Subject Language(s): Arabic, Standard (arb)

Meeting Description:

The 1st Colloquium of Arab Linguistics conference aims to establish an exchange
forum for scholars of contemporary Arabic Linguistics, focused on the definition
of the word and its theoretical implications.

Incontro di Linguistica Araba
Colloquium of Arabic Linguistics
Colloque de Linguistique Arabe

1-3 marzo 2007
Aula Magna
Facoltà di Lettere e Filosofia
Università Roma Tre
Via Ostiense 236 - 00146 Roma

giovedì 1 marzo - Thursday 1st March
15.00 Saluti / Welcome Address
15.30 CRISTINA SOLIMANDO
Università di Roma ''La Sapienza''
L'ellipse dans la pensée linguistique arabe
16.00 JEAN-PATRICK GUILLAUME Université Paris III
L'impossible définition du mot dans
la tradition grammaticale arabe :
les apories de Radi l-Din al-Astarabadi
17.00 Coffee break
17.15 ANTONELLA GHERSETTI Università di Venezia
La définition de 'mot' dans la pensée linguistique
de 'Abd al-Qahir al-Gurgani

venerdì 2 marzo - Friday 2nd March
10.00 GIULIANO LANCIONI Università Roma Tre
The automatic extraction of prepositions
in Arab written texts
10.30 GEORGES BOHAS Ecole Normale Supérieure, Lyon
Les niveaux d'analyse du mot en arabe
11.30 Coffee break
11.45 MAHDI ARAR & TAWFIQ AMMAR Birzeit University
Parts of speech in Arabic: classical
and modern linguists' views
12.15 OLIVIER DURAND
Università degli Studi di Napoli ''L'Orientale''
Ma qalat-hu la-hu - ma-'alit-ha-lu-s.
Où s'arrête le 'mot' en arabe dialectal?
Quelques remarques sur le caractère
soi-disant analytique de l'arabe dialectal

venerdì 2 marzo - Friday 2nd March
15.00 FRANCESCO ZAPPA Laboratoire LLACAN, Paris
Quando l'arabo riecheggia nelle parole
di una lingua africana
15.30 KEES VERSTEEGH Universiteit Nijmegen
The borrowing of Arabic nominal
and verbal lexemes
16.30 Coffee break
16.45 GIUSEPPE CONTU Università di Sassari
Arabic linguistic elements in Sardinia
17.15 ELEONORA DI VINCENZO
Università di Roma ''La Sapienza''
La lingua greca nel processo di formazione
del linguaggio botanico arabo
20.30 Cena sociale / Dinner / Dîner

sabato 3 marzo - Saturday 3rd March
10.00 LIDIA BETTINI Università di Firenze
La relation entre lafz et ma'nà
chez les balagiyyun
10.30 PIERRE LARCHER Université de Provence
Qu'est-ce qu'une kalima ?
11.30 Coffee break
11.45 ALI KALATI Università di Sassari
L'evoluzione della terminologia relativa
alla categoria dell'ism nelle fonti antiche
e moderne
12.15 KHAOULA TALEB IBRAHIMI Université d'Alger
La lexie comme concept opératoire pour
la description du mot en arabe

organizzazione:
Dipartimento di Linguistica
Via Ostiense, 236
00146 Roma
Italy
Tel. +39 06 54577343
Fax +39 06 54577344
e-mail diplinguniroma3.it

informazioni:
Giuliano Lancioni
e-mail lancioniuniroma3.it
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