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LINGUIST List 19.1876

Fri Jun 13 2008

Confs: Lang Acq, Psycholing, Semantics, Syntax, Typology/France

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        1.    Bridget Copley, Workshop/Journée d’études Temptypac 2008


Message 1: Workshop/Journée d’études Temptypac 2008
Date: 12-Jun-2008
From: Bridget Copley <bridget.copleysfl.cnrs.fr>
Subject: Workshop/Journée d’études Temptypac 2008
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Workshop/Journée d'études Temptypac 2008

Date: 24-Jun-2008 - 24-Jun-2008
Location: Paris, France
Contact: Bridget Copley
Contact Email: sfl-temptypac-requestservices.cnrs.fr
Meeting URL: http://www.umr7023.cnrs.fr/article.php3?id_article=606

Linguistic Field(s): Language Acquisition; Psycholinguistics; Semantics; Syntax;
Typology

Meeting Description:

This workshop brings together researchers on the project 'Temporality : Typology
and Acquisition' (Temptypac) with invitées Heidi Harley (University of Arizona)
and Roumyana Pancheva (University of Southern California).

Cette journée d'étude rassemblera des chercheurs du projet "Temporalité :
typologie et acquisition" (Temptypac), tout en ayant le plaisir d'accueillir
Heidi Harley (University of Arizona) et Roumyana Pancheva (University of
Southern California) en tant que chercheuses invitées.

Workshop/Journée d'études Temptypac 2008

Tuesday 24 June/mardi 24 juin 2008
10h - 18h30
salle de conférences, 59 rue Pouchet 75017 Paris France

Registration/Inscription

Please register by June 17th at sfl-temptypac-request (at) services.cnrs.fr so
that we can plan for the coffee breaks (provided) and lunch (you pay for your
own in the CNRS cafeteria).

Soucieux d'organiser au mieux la restauration des participants et des auditeurs
de cette journée, nous vous prions d'envoyer un courriel à sfl-temptypac-request
(arobase) services.cnrs.fr avant le 17 juin afin de confirmer votre venue. Merci
d'indiquer également dans votre courriel si vous comptez vous restaurer à la
caféteria du CNRS lors du déjeuner.

Program/Programme

10h00-11h30
Roumyana Pancheva, University of Southern California
''Layers of Aspect in Bulgarian''

11h30-12h00
Pause café

12h00-12h45
Monique Lambert, Paris 8
''Macrostructural Organisation in Narrative Texts : A Crosslinguistic Study on
Native Languages and Advanced Second Language Learners''

12h45-14h15
Déjeuner

14h15-15h00
Patrick Caudal, LLF / Paris 7
''On the Interaction Between Aspect and Epistemic Modality''

15h00-15h45
Pascale Leclercq, SFL / Paris 8
''The Influence of L1 Information Structure and Aspectual Marking on L2 Verbal
Production : An Analysis of the Use of the Progressive by Very Advanced French
Speakers of English and English speakers of French''

15h45-16h30
Bridget Copley, SFL / Paris 8
''Japanese -te iru in First Phase Syntax''

16h30-17h00
Pause café

17h00-18h30
Heidi Harley, University of Arizona
''Why You Can't 'exhibit Mary the paintings' : Explaining the 'Latinate'
Prohibition on Direct Object Shift in English.''

Temptypac

Temptypac (Temporality: Typology and Acquisition) is a project of the Fédération
''Typologie et universaux du langage'' (CNRS FR 2559). We examine the linguistic
expression of tense, aspect, and finiteness, taking a typological and
configurational perspective, considering as well research on acquisition of L1,
L2, and non-standardized linguistic systems such as ''home signs'' and Specific
Language Impairment.

Temptypac est un projet de la Fédération ''Typologie et universaux du langage''
(CNRS FR 2559). Nous examinons l'expression linguistique du temps, de l'aspect
et de la finitude, en prenant une perspective typologique et configurationnelle,
en considérant également des recherches sur l'acquisition de L1, de L2 et des
systèmes linguistiques non-standardisés, tels que les les langues des signes «
primaires » et le langage des enfants atteints d'un trouble spécifique du langage.
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