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LINGUIST List 19.3469

Fri Nov 14 2008

Confs: Historical Ling,Morphology, Syntax, Socioling, Dutch Lang/Belgium

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        1.    Gunther De Vogelaer, Perspectives on Gender in Dutch

Message 1: Perspectives on Gender in Dutch
Date: 13-Nov-2008
From: Gunther De Vogelaer <gunther.devogelaerugent.be>
Subject: Perspectives on Gender in Dutch
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Perspectives on Gender in Dutch

Date: 21-Nov-2008 - 21-Nov-2008
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): Historical Linguistics; Morphology; Sociolinguistics; Syntax

Subject Language(s): Dutch (nld)

Meeting Description:

Grammatical gender in Dutch has been a topic of continuous research for
decades. The present workshop 'Perspectives on Gender in Dutch' aims at
taking stock of the recent developments on the topic. The workshop takes
place on November 21, 2008, in Ghent (Belgium).


Plenary Session (grote zaal):

10u00-10u40 -
Jenny Audring (VU) & Geert Booij (Leiden):
'Genus als bron van linguïstische onzekerheid'

10u40-11u20 -
Jasper Roodenburg (Amsterdam) & Aafke Hulk (UvA):
' ''Gender'' Puzzles'

11u20-12u00 -
Georges De Schutter (UA-CNTS / KANTL) & Johan Taeldeman (UGent):
Title tba


Parallel Session 1 (Afternoon, tapijtenzaal):

14u00-14u30 -
Jaap Van Marle (Open Universiteit):
' 'Gender Copying' nader bekeken'

14u30-15u00 -
Camiel Hamans (European Parliament):
'Het geslacht van leenwoorden'

15u00-15u30 -
Alan Scott (Manchester):
'Sex-denoting Suffixes as Markers of Grammatical Gender in Dutch and German'


16u00-16u30 -
Koen Plevoets et al. (KULeuven): 'De verspreiding van de -e(n)-uitgang in
attributieve positie'

16u30-17u00 - Laura Vandewynckel (UGent):
'De 'Weak Whorfian Hypothesis' met betrekking tot Geslachtscategorisatie'

Parallel Session 2 (Afternoon, grote zaal):

Sharon Unsworth (UiL-OTS & Meertens Institute):
'Grammatical Gender in Dutch: Can L2ers Hear 'het'?'

14u30-15u00 -
Joanne van Emmerik et al. (RUNijmegen):
'Verwerven doven het genus anders? T1 versus T2.'

15u00-15u30 -
Jessie De Paepe (UGent):
'Invloed van dialectkennis op het pronominale genus: onderzoek bij vier- en
vijfjarigen uit Oost-Vlaanderen'


16u00-16u30 -
Lien De Vos (Li├Ęge):
'De dynamiek van hersemantisering'

16u30-17u00 -
Maren Pannemann & Ans van Kemenade (RUNijmegen):
'The Disappearance of Gender as a Topic-marker in Old English and Middle Dutch'


The program and abstracts are also available via:

The workshop will take place in the buildings of the Royal Academy for Dutch
Language and Literature (KANTL, Koningstraat 18). Anyone interested in attending
may register with valerie.bouckaertugent.be. Registration is free.

For more information, contact gunther.devogelaerugent.be or
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