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LINGUIST List 20.1923

Wed May 20 2009

Confs: Cognitive Science, Semantics, Socioling, Text/Corpus Ling/France

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        1.    Martine Sekali, GREG Workshop 2009

Message 1: GREG Workshop 2009
Date: 19-May-2009
From: Martine Sekali <sekaliu-paris10.fr>
Subject: GREG Workshop 2009
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GREG Workshop 2009
Short Title: GREG

Date: 19-Jun-2009 - 19-Jun-2009
Location: Paris, France
Contact: Martine Sekali
Contact Email: sekaliu-paris10.fr
Meeting URL: http://anglais.u-paris10.fr/spip.php?article1280

Linguistic Field(s): Cognitive Science; Semantics; Sociolinguistics; Text/Corpus
Linguistics; Translation

Meeting Description:

The GREG is a research group in macro- and micro-linguistics included in the
CREA research team at the University of Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense
(France). Through a multi-modal approach to language (Theory of Enunciative
Operations, pragmatics, cognitive grammar, translation studies,
sociolinguistics, language acquisition, stylistics), the GREG aims at
formalizing patterns of meaning construction through contextual analyses of
linguistic markers in various types of corpora.

The GREG Workshop 2009 wishes to investigate and discuss the possibility to
define paradigms of contextual variables involved in stabilizing reference on
the basis of the core functions of polyvalent markers. The GREG Workshop 2009
will take place at the University of Paris Nanterre, room B016, free access.

Presentations will be made in French.

Contacts :
Martine Sekali : sekaliu-paris10.fr or
Veronique Rauline : veronique.raulinewanadoo.fr

GREG Workshop 2009 ''Paramétrer le sens? Etudes de cas''


Introduction : Sarah de Voguë :
Les modalités du calcul du sens et de la référence au sein des énoncés

Flore Coulouma (GREG Paris Ouest) :
Le non-sens, caractéristiques et paramètres de construction linguistique

Véronique Rauline (GREG Paris Ouest) :
Grammaire de l'insignifiance : les dires et les dits de la non pensée

Simone Rinzler (GREG Paris Ouest) :
Paramétrer le genre ? Le cas de la parole manifestaire

Lunch Break

Martine Sekali (GREG Paris Ouest) :
Paramètres d'interaction entre assertion intra- et inter- propositionnelle dans
la construction d'un sens relationnel: le cas des énoncés coordonnés
pseudo-impératifs en anglais

Agnès Leroux (CILLAC Paris7) :
Paramétrer le sens: quelle place pour le co-énonciateur ? Le cas des relations
de cause

Fiona Rossette (GREG Paris Ouest) :
Asyndète et effets de sens

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