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LINGUIST List 20.1128

Sat Mar 28 2009

Confs: Discourse Analysis/France

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        1.    Jacqueline Gueron, Sentence and Discourse

Message 1: Sentence and Discourse
Date: 27-Mar-2009
From: Jacqueline Gueron <Jacqueline.Gueronuniv-paris3.fr>
Subject: Sentence and Discourse
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Sentence and Discourse

Date: 02-Apr-2009 - 04-Apr-2009
Location: Paris, France
Contact: Jacqueline Guéron
Contact Email: Jacqueline.Gueronuniv-paris3.fr

Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis

Meeting Description:

This colloquium, devoted to the relation between Sentence and Discourse
grammar, focuses on the subjects in which Carlota Smith did pioneering work:
tense, aspect, discourse and subjectivity.

Sentence and Discourse/Phrase et discours
Colloquium in honor of Carlota Smith
Organized by LILT (Linguistique, Langue, et Traductologie) (U.Paris 3)
With the support of VORTEX (U. Paris 3) and TEMPTYPAC (CNRS)

April 2 - 4, 2009

Université Paris 3 - Sorbonne Nouvelle, UFR du Monde Anglophone
5 rue de l'Ecole de Médecine, 75006 Paris, France
Organizers:
Claude Delmas (cmdelmasorange.fr)
Jacqueline Guéron (Jacqueline.Gueronuniv-paris3.fr)

Program/Programme:

Jeudi 2 avril:

14h:
Accueil: Marie-Christine Lemardeley, Présidente de l'Université de Paris 3

14h:30:
Andrée Borillo (Université de Toulouse 2)
''Subjectivité dans les textes: contribution de quelques adverbiaux
d'orientation spatiale''

15h:30:
Nicholas Asher (U. Toulouse 2/University of Texas, Austin)
''Discourse Structure and Implicatures''

16h:30:
Patrick Caudal (CNRS /Paris 7)
''There and back again:temps/aspect/modalité, de la phrase au
discours, et du discours à la phrase''

17h30:
pot de bienvenue

Vendredi 3 avril:

9h:30:
Alessandra Giorgi (Université de Venise)
About the Speaker: The Representation of the Speaker's Temporal Location in the
Sentence »

10:30:
Rose-Marie Dechaine (University of British Columbia)
Some Ingredients of Evidentiality: Experiential Locus, Relation to Event and
Knowledge Base''

11h30:
Maya Hickmann (CNRS)
''Time Talk in Child Discourse''

12:30-14h:
Pause déjeuner

14h.00:
Brenda Laca (U. Paris 8/UMR 7023)
''The Puzzle of Subjunctive Tenses''

15h.00:
Bridget Copley (CNRS/UMR 7023)
''Aspect and Causality''

16h00-16h.30:
Pause

16h.30:
Denis Paillard (U. Paris 7/ UMR 7110)
''Marqueurs discursifs et types de discours''

17h:30:
Liliane Tasmowski (U. d'Anvers)
''Interactions A/aspect/discours''

Samedi 4 avril

9h:30:
Eric Corre M.C. ( U. Paris 3)
''From Viewpoint Aspect to Aspect as Viewpoint: The Puzzle of Non-finite Modes''

10h30:
Dominique Boulonnais (U. Paris 3)
''Modes discursifs et structuration linguistique: le cas de THEN''

11h30:
Lionel Dufaye (U. Paris 7)
''Remarques sur le temps et l'aspect dans 'Time with and without tense' de
Carlota Smith''

12:30-14h:
Pause déjeuner

14h:
Marie-Claude Paris (U. Paris 7) :
''On Some Aspects of the Syntax of Aspect in Mandarin Chinese»

15h:
Claude Manuel Delmas (U. Paris 3)
« Inchoatifs, complémentation et discours »

16h:
Jacqueline Gueron (U.Paris 3)
« Subjectivity: The Subject of Consciousness and Free Indirect Discourse »
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