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LINGUIST List 21.1338

Fri Mar 19 2010

Confs: Typology/France

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        1.    M.M.Jocelyne Fernandez-Vest, Information Grammar and Typology

Message 1: Information Grammar and Typology
Date: 17-Mar-2010
From: M.M.Jocelyne Fernandez-Vest <m.m.jocelyne.fernandez-vestvjf.cnrs.fr>
Subject: Information Grammar and Typology
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Information Grammar and Typology

Date: 25-Mar-2010 - 27-Mar-2010
Location: Paris, France
Contact: M.M.Jocelyne Fernandez-Vest
Contact Email: m.m.jocelyne.fernandez-vestvjf.cnrs.fr
Meeting URL: http://lacito.vjf.cnrs.fr/colloque/grammaire/index.htm

Linguistic Field(s): Typology

Meeting Description:

An International Symposium supported by the Programme 'Structure
Informationnelle et Typologie' - Fédération Typologie et Universaux
Linguistiques FR 2559 du CNRS

Symposium international/International Symposium

Grammaire De L'information Et Typologie/Information Grammar And Typology

25-27 mars 2010

Université Paris III, Maison de la Recherche,
4-6 rue des Irlandais, 75005 Paris.

Symposium organisé avec le soutien du/The Symposium is supported by the
Programme' Structure Informationnelle et Typologie'
Fédération Typologie et Universaux Linguistiques FR 2559 du CNRS

Entree Libre Mais Enregistrement Obligatoire
Avant 23 Mars
Free access but registration necessary before 23 March:

m.m.jocelyne.fernandez-vestvjf.cnrs.fr

Resumes - Abstracts:

http://lacito.vjf.cnrs.fr/colloque/grammaire/index.htm

Programme:

Jeudi 25 Thursday

Présidente de séance - Chair
M.M.Jocelyne Fernandez-Vest

14:15
Introduction

14:30
Pablo Kirtchuk: Topic-first Utterances in Hebrew and Beyond: Dynamical
Considerations
- Thème en tête en Hébreu et au-delà: Considérations Dynamiques

15:00
Diana Forker (Max Planck, EVA, Leipzig): Reference Tracking and Information
Structure in Hinuq
- Référence et Structure Informationnelle en Hinuq

15:30
Pause - Break

Président de séance - Chair
Pablo Kirchuk

15:45
Injoo Choi-Jonin (Université Toulouse 2 & CNRS-LACITO)& Véronique Lagae
(Université de Valenciennes): Corrélative et Pseudo-clivée: le Cas des
Constructions en 'de Adjectif'
- Correlative and Pseudo-cleft: the Case of 'de-Adjectif' Constructions

16:25
Danh-Thành Do-Hurinville (INALCO & CNRS-MODYCO): A Pragmatic and Syntactic Study
of the Vietnamese Polyfunctional Marker thi
- Etude Pragmatique et Syntaxique du Marqueur Polyfonctionnel thi en Vietnamien

Vendredi 26 Friday

Présidente de séance - Chair
Injoo Choi-Jonin

10:00
Marja-Liisa Helasvuo (University of Turku) & Ritva Laury (University of
Helsinki): Functional Motivations for the Use of Relative Clauses in Finnish
Conversation
- Motivations Fonctionnelles de l'emploi des Propositions Relatives dans la
Conversation Finnoise

10:40
Heete Sahkai (Institute of the Estonian Language, Tallinn): Sentence Accent and
the Use of Demonstratives in Spoken Estonian
- L'accent de Phrase et l'emploi des Démonstratifs en Estonien Parlé

11:10
Pause - Break

Présidente de séance - Chair
Ritva Laury

11:25
Peter Slomanson (University of Århus): Morphological Effects of Temporal
Sequence and Clause Focus Interaction
- Effets Morphologiques de l'interaction Entre Séquence Temporelle et Focus de
Proposition

11:55
Déjeuner - Lunch

Présidente de séance - Chair
Marja-Liisa Helasvuo

13:30
Elena Kalinina (Russian Academy of Science): Sentence Focus in Russian:
Syntactic, Intonational and Referential Properties of Thetic Judgments
- Le Focus de Phrase en Russe: Propriétés Syntaxiques, Intonationnelles et
Référentielles des Jugements Thétiques

14:00
Karl-Erland Gadelii (Université Paris 4, Département d'Etudes Scandinaves):
Topicalization and the V2 Parameter in Nordic Languages
- Topicalisation et le Paramètre V2 dans les Langues Nordiques

14:30
Pause - Break

14:45
Réunion de Travail de l'équipe Structuration Informationnelle et Typologie:
Membres Permanents et Correspondants
-Working Session for the Information Structuring and Typology Team: Permanent
and Associate Members

Samedi 27 Saturday

Président de séance - Chair:
Danh Thành Do-Hurinville

10:00
Marie-Claude Paris (Université Paris 7 & CNRS-LLF): Word Order and Information
Structuring in Mandarin Chinese
- Ordre des Mots et Structuration de l'information en Chinois Mandarin

10:30
Jirasak Achariyayos (Université Paris 3 & CNRS-LACITO): Discourse Particles in
the Information Structure of Thai
- Les Particules Énonciatives dans la Structuration Informationnelle du Thaï

11:00
Pause - Break

Présidente de séance - Chair
Marie-Claude Paris

11:15
M.M.Jocelyne Fernandez-Vest (CNRS-LACITO & Université Paris 3) & Marie-Ange
JULIA (Hypokhâgne Henri 4 & Centre Alfred Ernout, Université Paris 4):
Detachments, Language and Discourse Typologies: Evidence from Finno-Ugric and
Ancient Indo-European Languages - Finnish, Latin, (Sami, Greek).
- Détachements, Typologies Linguistique et Discursive: Exemples de Langues
Finno-ougriennes, et Indo-européennes anciennes - Finnois, Latin, (Same, Grec).

11:55
Franck Neveu (Institut de Linguistique Française; Université de Caen): La
Linguistique du Détachement en Français
- The Linguistics of Detachments in French

12:25
Conclusion et perspectives/Conclusion and perspectives

Abréviations/Abbreviations
EVA: Evolutionary Anthropology
INALCO: Institut National des Langues et Civilisations Orientales
LACITO: Langues et Civilisations à Tradition Orale
LLF: Laboratoire de Linguistique Formelle
MODYCO: Modèles Dynamiques Corpus
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