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Tue Nov 30 2010

Confs: General Linguistics, Ling & Literature, Arabic/Italy

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        1.     Giuliano Lancioni , 2nd Colloquium of Arabic Linguistics

Message 1: 2nd Colloquium of Arabic Linguistics
Date: 29-Nov-2010
From: Giuliano Lancioni <lancioniuniroma3.it>
Subject: 2nd Colloquium of Arabic Linguistics
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2nd Colloquium of Arabic Linguistics
Short Title: ILA_CAL_02

Date: 02-Dec-2010 - 04-Dec-2010
Location: Rome, Italy
Contact: Giuliano Lancioni
Contact Email: lancioniuniroma3.it

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics; Ling & Literature

Subject Language(s): Arabic, Standard (arb)

Meeting Description:

The Colloquium of Arabic Linguistics, now in its second edition (first edition
2007), aims to gather together scholars working on different aspects of the
linguistics of all varieties of Arabic. In this edition, scholars from France,
Austria, Syria, Israel, and Italy will take part in the Colloquium.

giovedì 2 dicembre / jeudi 2 decembre / Thursday 2nd December

15,00: Saluti/Salutations/Welcome Address

15,30: Marco Boella
Sapienza Università di Roma
Automatic extraction of information: drafting a 'Had?? grammar' through
text regularities

16,00: Giuliano Lancioni
Università Roma Tre
Categorial Grammar and semi-automatic corpus analysis: the case of Arabic

16,30: Coffee Break

16,45: Justine Landau
Institut für Iranistik, Vienna
Vices et vertus du refrain persan (rad?f)

17,15: Cristina Solimando
Università Roma Tre
Gapping and Ellipsis in Arabic Informal Written Texts

17,45: Dima Chourke
Institut français du Proche Orient
Le rôle de la rime dans la création de la forme poétique

venerdì 3 dicembre / vendredi 3 decembre / Friday 3rd December

10,00: Djamel Eddine Kouloughli
CNRS
Outils pour l'analyse métrique automatique de corpus poétiques arabes

11,00: Georges Bohas
ENS de Lyon
Le role de l'analyseur métrique Xalîl dans l'édition des textes poétiques
arabes

12,00: Coffee Break

12,15: Djamel Eddine Kouloughli
CNRS
Collocations, segments répétés et recherche automatisée de formules dans
les corpus poétiques

venerdì 3 dicembre / vendredi 3 decembre / Friday 3rd December

15,00: Aryeh Levin
Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Ascription to S?bawaihi of views concerning the '?mil of the ?abar

16,00: Anjela Al-Raies
Università Roma Tre
Traductological analysis of the arabic version of Beccaria's treatise 'Dei
delitti e delle pene'

16,30: Coffee Break

16,45: MILENA DI CANIO
r3a
Tagging Arabic and Italian Texts for a Bilingual HAL Analyzer

17,30: Workshops/Ateliers (Dipartimento di Linguistica)
Giuliano Lancioni, Marco Boella & Milena di Canio
HAL, regular expressions, categorial grammar & Arabic

20,30: Cena sociale/Dîner/Lunch

sabato 4 dicembre / samedi 3 decembre / Saturday 3rd December

10,00: Bruno Paoli
Université de Bordeaux 3
L'art de la formule dans la poésie arabe

11,00: Ahmed Amr
Institut für Iranistik, Vienna
Pour une description formelle de la métrique quantitative de N?m? Y???j

11,30: Coffee Break

11,45: Salam Diab Duranton
ENS de Lyon
La qa??da mudawwara
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