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LINGUIST List 19.2138

Thu Jul 03 2008

Confs: Morphology, Semantics, Syntax, Typology/Belgium

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        1.    Jeroen van Craenenbroeck, Expressions of Posture and Motion in Germanic


Message 1: Expressions of Posture and Motion in Germanic
Date: 03-Jul-2008
From: Jeroen van Craenenbroeck <jeroen.vancraenenbroeckhubrussel.be>
Subject: Expressions of Posture and Motion in Germanic
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Expressions of Posture and Motion in Germanic

Date: 24-Oct-2008 - 24-Oct-2008
Location: Brussels, Belgium
Contact: Jeroen van Craenenbroeck
Contact Email: jeroen.vancraenenbroeckhubrussel.be
Meeting URL: http://www.fusl.ac.be/linguistics

Linguistic Field(s): Morphology; Semantics; Syntax; Typology

Subject Language(s): Dutch (nld)
English (eng)
French (fra)
German, Standard (deu)

Meeting Description:

The Séminaire des Sciences du Langage (Sesla) and the department of Germanic
studies from the Facultés universitaires Saint-Louis are pleased to announce a
one-day workshop on expressions of posture and motion in Germanic languages. The
workshop is held in Brussels on October 24, 2008.

This one-day conference aims at exploring the expression of postures and motions
from various perspectives and linguistic theories (language typology, cognitive
linguistics, generative linguistics). It will deal with the expression and the
marking of horizontality, verticality and movement in general, and their
linguistic patterns of lexicalization in Germanic languages in particular.

It will further extend the field of research to other syntactic or
morpho-syntactic elements in sentences, such as locational predicates, aspect
markers, auxiliaries, classifiers, case markers, etc. The conference also
intends to offer a broad cross-linguistic overview of the expression of postures
and motions. From the point of view of conceptualization, it will examine the
relationship between posture/location events and motion events and their expression.

PROGRAM:
9:00
Welcome

9:30
Maarten Lemmens (invited speaker)
''The Semantic Network of Dutch Posture Verbs''

10:30
Coffee break

10:45
Per Durst-Andersen (invited speaker)
''On the Correlations Between Lexicon, Grammar and Syntax. Naming Strategies,
Lexicalization Patterns and Syntactization Mechanisms''

11:45
Sabine De Knop
''The Conceptualisation of Motion and Location in French, German and English:
Lexical, Morpho-Syntactic and Figurative Challenges''

12:15
Lunch

14:00
Françoise Gallez
''Motion Particles with Non-Motion Verbs in Germanic Languages''

14:30
Julien Perrez
''The Use and Knowledge of the Position Verbs staan,liggen en zitten by
French-Speaking Learners of Dutch''

15:00
Coffee break

15:30
John Newman (invited speaker)
''English Posture Verbs: An Experientially Grounded Approach''

16:30
Marcel Den Dikken (invited speaker)
''Directions From the GET-GO: On the Syntax of Manner-Of-Motion Verbs in
Directional Constructions''

17:30
Drink
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