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Confs: Applied Linguistics, General Linguistics/Germany

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        1.     Patrizia Noel , Schnittstellen - Diskussionsforum Linguistik in Bayern

Message 1: Schnittstellen - Diskussionsforum Linguistik in Bayern
Date: 16-Mar-2011
From: Patrizia Noel <patrizia.noeluni-bamberg.de>
Subject: Schnittstellen - Diskussionsforum Linguistik in Bayern
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Schnittstellen - Diskussionsforum Linguistik in Bayern

Date: 24-Mar-2011 - 25-Mar-2011
Location: Bamberg, Germany
Contact: Barbara Sonnenhauser
Contact Email: Diskussionsforum-Linguistikgmx.de
Meeting URL: http://www.uni-bamberg.de/germ-ling1/diskussionsforum-
linguistik-in-bayern/

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; General Linguistics

Meeting Description:

Das Diskussionsforum Linguistik in Bayern möchte Doktoranden und
Habilitanden sämtlicher Richtungen Gelegenheit zur Präsentation eigener
aktueller Arbeiten - auch work in progress - geben. Neben inhaltlichen
Aspekten sollen Kontakte und Netzwerke unter den Nachwuchslinguisten
gefördert werden.

Donnerstag, 24.03.2011

09.00-09.30: Elena Gorishneva (HU Berlin)
On the use of perfective and imperfective aspect in generic sentences

09.35-10.05: Tabea Reiner (LMU München)
Prospektive Verben im Deutschen

10.10.-10.40: Valentin Werner (Universität Bamberg)
Alternation of past time reference in World Englishes

10.40-11.15: Kaffeepause

11.15-11.45: Marisa Patuto (Bergische Universität Wuppertal):
Die Syntax-Pragmatik-Schnittstelle: der Subjekterwerb im bilingualen
Individuum

11.50-12.20: Assem El Ammary (Kairo)
Juristische Texte im Blickwinkel der Linguistik und Übersetzung.

12.25-12.55: Ina Pick (TU Dortmund)
Das sprachliche Handeln im anwaltlichen Mandantengespräch. Eine
diskursanalytische Untersuchung

12.55-14.30: Mittagspause

14.30-15.00: Sonja Zeman (LMU München)
Textuelle Schnittstellen als Grammatikalisierungskatalysatoren für
Vergangenheitslesarten?

15.05-15.35: Alexander Werth (Universität Marburg)
Kodierung und Identifikation semantischer Rollen in deutschen
Regionalsprachen

15.35-16.00: Kaffeepause

16.00-17.00: Anthony Rowley (LMU München, Bayerische Akademie der
Wissenschaften)
Die zimbrischen Sprachinseln - Paradefall und Falle der Dialektforschung

17.00-18.00: Netzwerken

Freitag, 25.03.2011

09.00-10.00: Heike Behrens (Universität Basel)
Constructing a language: Zur Entstehung sprachlicher Strukturen

10.00-10.30: Julia Büttner (LMU München)
Gestörte Verarbeitung von Texten an der Schnittstelle zwischen Kognition
und Sprache: Erste Ergebnisse einer Studie bei Patienten mit dysexekutiven
Symptomen

10.35-11.0: Juliane Domke (HU Berlin)
Einflussfaktoren reflektiert: Eine EKP Studie zur muttersprachlichen und
nicht-muttersprachlichen semantischen Sprachverarbeitung

11.05-11.35: Kaffeepause

11.35-12.05: Stefanie Goldschmitt (Universität Würzburg)
Bewegungsereignisse im bolivianischen Spanisch

12.10-12.40: Antonia Rothmayr
And the beat goes on - VR and VPR at the syntax/phonology interface

12.40-14.15 Mittagspause

14.15-14-45: Ludmila Klara (Universität Bamberg)
Akzentpositionen bei adjektivischen Augmentativa/Steigerungsbildungen im
Deutschen

14.50-15.20: Olga Dioubina-Reubold (Universität Bamberg)
Zur Rhythmik des Russischen: Methodische Überlegungen zur
Segmentierung gelesener Textpassagen

15.20-16.00: Kaffeepause

16.00-16.30: Martina Werner (LMU München)
Die Grammatik der Musik

16.30-17.00: Olga Heindl (LMU München)
Artikelentstehung in den älteren germanischen Sprachen

17.05-17.15: Abschlussbemerkungen



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