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LINGUIST List 20.1313

Tue Apr 07 2009

Confs: Language Acquisition, Pragmatics, Psycholing/France

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        1.    Emmanuelle Mathiot, From Gesture to Sign: Pointing in Oral and Signed Languages

Message 1: From Gesture to Sign: Pointing in Oral and Signed Languages
Date: 06-Apr-2009
From: Emmanuelle Mathiot <emmanuelle.mathiotuniv-lille3.fr>
Subject: From Gesture to Sign: Pointing in Oral and Signed Languages
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From Gesture to Sign: Pointing in Oral and Signed Languages

Date: 04-Jun-2009 - 05-Jun-2009
Location: Lille, France
Contact: Emmanuelle Mathiot
Contact Email: < click here to access email >
Meeting URL: http://stl.recherche.univ-lille3.fr/colloques/20082009/Du_geste_au_signe/colloqueLSF2009_accueil.html

Linguistic Field(s): Language Acquisition; Pragmatics; Psycholinguistics

Meeting Description:

International Conference
4-5 June 2009
Université Lille 3, France

From Gesture to sign: Pointing in Oral and Signed Languages
Organised by UMR 8163 « Savoirs, Textes, Langage » (CNRS, Lille3 & Lille1)

June 4th, 2009 / 4 juin 2009

8 :45
Registration, Coffee / Inscriptions, café

Introduction

9:30
First Conference / Première conference :
E. Pizzuto (Institute of Cognitive Sciences and Technologies - CNR, Rome): Pointing in Signed and Vocal Languages: A Semiotic, Discourse-Grounded Perspective for Moving Away from the 'Gesture/Language' Dichotomy

Session 1

10:20
M. Zwets (Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen): The Point at Issue: When Pointing and Personal Pronouns Coincide

11:00
A.-M. Parisot, J. Rinfret (Université du Québec à Montréal): Analyse statistique de la variation dans l'utilisation de quatre marques d'association spatiale en langue des signes québécoise

11:40
S. Erlenkamp, E. Raanes, R. P. Halvorsen (University College of Sør-Trøndelag): What's the Point? The Cognitive Dimension of Pointing in Signed Language, Tactile Signed Language and Spoken Language

12:20
Lunch / Déjeuner

Session 2

14:00
Second Conference / Deuxième conférence :
M. Guidetti, (Université de Toulouse, laboratoire ''Cognition, Communication et Développement'') : Fonctions et formes du pointage chez l'enfant

14: 50
U. Liszkowski (Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics, Nijmegen): Social, Cognitive, and Morphological Differences in the Emergence of Pointing tt 12 Months

15:30
I. Esteve (Université Stendhal, Grenoble) : Construction langagière et multimodalité : quelle (s) réalité(s) chez l'enfant sourd ?

16:10
Coffee Break & Posters / Pause café & posters

16:30
COLAJE workshop / Atelier COLAJE (Communication langagière chez le jeune enfant)

19:00
End of workshop / Fin de l'atelier

20:00
Dinner / Dîner

June 5th, 2009 / 5 juin 2009
Session 3

9 :00
A. Schembri, K. Cormier (University College London): No Agreement on Agreement: Are We Missing the Point?

9 :50
B. Garcia, I Fusellier-Souza, M.-A. Sallandre (Université Paris 8, CNRS-UMR 7023) : Rôle du pointage dans l'expression de la définitude en langue des signes

10:30
L. Meurant (FUNDP / FRS-FNRS, Namur): Pointage et regard : un couple à valeur linguistique (de déterminant ?) Propriétés morphologiques et exploitation syntaxique

11:10
Coffee Break & Posters / Pause café & posters

11:30
A. Vilain C. Vilain, E. Reboud, C. Gonseth (Université Stendhal, Grenoble) : Etude des relations
parole/geste dans la déixis langagière

12:10
J. Fernandez Landaluce (University of the Basque Country), G. Barbera Altimira (Universitat
Pompeu Fabra): Where Do Pointing Signs Point To? Deixis Versus Indexicality

12:50
Lunch / Déjeuner
Session 4

14:00
V. Rey , S. de Martino, F. Poinso (Autism Resource Centre, Marseille / EHESS et CNRS, UMR 8562) : Pointage et dysfonctionnement langagier : le cas de 30 enfants autistes

14:40
K. Cormier (University College London), S. Smith (University of Bristol): Introduction and Maintenance of Reference in Narratives: Evidence from Native and Non-Native Signers of British Sign Language

15:20
C. Moro (Université de Lausanne) : Le pointage utilisé par l'adulte en situation de transmission
de l'usage de l'objet à l'enfant à l'étape préverbale du développement

16:00
A. Pilarski (Université du Québec à Montréal) : Etude descriptive de la variation prosodique dans l'utilisation de quatre formes de pointage dans la structure du récit en langue des signes québécoise

16:40
Conclusion

17:00
End of Conference / Fin du colloque

Posters:
C. De Vos (Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics, Nijmegen) : Compositionality in Kata Kolok Pointing

V. Kimmelman (Universiteit van Amsterdam) : Reflexive Pronouns in Russian Sign Language : First Observations

C. Bianchini (Université Paris 8, UMR 7023 / Univ. Studi di Perugia, ISTC-CNR), T. Lucioli, A. Di Renzo, P. Rossini (ISTC-CNR) : Facteurs limitants pour l'analyse comparative de gestes et de signes sélectionnés dans des recueils destines au grand public

C. Masson, M. Leroy (Université Paris 10, CNRS-UMR 7114) : Acquérir le langage dans sa dimension multimodale : verbal, intonation et posturo-mimo-gestualité dans le développement normal et développement autistique

P. Dalle, F. Lefebvre-Albaret (IRIT / Université Paul Sabatier, Toulouse) : Analyse des pointages en LSF par traitement automatique de videos

P. Rutkowski, M. Czajkowska-Kisil (University of Warsaw) : Demonstrative Pronouns in Polish Sign Language (PJM)

Registration is now open until May 15, 2009.
Early registration (until April 15): 45 euros (student rate: 30 euros)
Late registration (April 16 - May 15): 60 euros (student rate: 40 euros)

More information is available on the conference website:
http://stl.recherche.univ-lille3.fr/colloques/20082009/Du_geste_au_signe/colloqueLSF2009_accueil.html


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