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LINGUIST List 22.1544

Tue Apr 05 2011

Confs: Discourse Analysis, Semantics/France

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Message 1: Types of Modality/Les Modalités
Date: 05-Apr-2011
From: catherine filippi-deswelle <catherine.deswelleuniv-rouen.fr>
Subject: Types of Modality/Les Modalités
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Types of Modality/Les Modalités

Date: 12-May-2011 - 13-May-2011
Location: Rouen, France
Contact: Catherine Filippi-Deswelle
Contact Email: catherine.deswelleuniv-rouen.fr

Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis; Semantics

Meeting Description:

International Multilingual Conference, May 12th -13th 2011, Rouen, France
:
'Types of Modality' Organized by Catherine Filippi-Deswelle and Ana Isabel
Ribera (Université de Rouen) Colloque international inter-langues 'Les
Modalités'
12 et 13 mai 2011 à Rouen (France)
Organisé par Catherine Filippi-Deswelle et Ana Isabel Ribera (Université de
Rouen, ERIAC EA 4307)

Programme

Jeudi 12 mai 2011

9h15 Accueil des participants et pause café / Welcoming contributors
(coffee break)

9h30 Présentation du colloque / Introduction to the conference
Catherine Fillipi-Deswelle et Ana Isabel Ribera (Université de Rouen,
France)
Présidentes de séance / Chair Catherine Fillipi-Deswelle et Ana Isabel
Ribera (Université de Rouen, France)

10h-10h30 Laurent Gosselin (Université de Rouen, France)
Marqueurs de modalité et calcul des valeurs modales : sémantique de «
savoir que »

10h30-45 Discussion

10h45-11h15 Henry Wyld (Université de Cergy-Pontoise, France)
Modalisation and validation

11h15-11h30 Discussion

11h30-12h Juana I. Marin Arrese, Ma Victoria Martin de la Rosa et Elena
Dominguez Romero (Université Complutense de Madrid, Espagne)

The Expression of Epistemic Certainty and Evidential Validity in English and
Spanish: A Cross-Linguistic Case Study

12h-12h15 Discussion

12h15-14h Déjeuner / Lunch Break

Président de séance / Chair Laurent Gosselin (Université de Rouen,
France)

14h-14h30 Tomonori Okubo (Université de Kansai, Japon)

Entre euphémisme et litote - études contrastives français/japonais

14h30-14h45 Discussion

14h45-15h15 Catherine Collin (Université de Nantes, France)
Vous étalez la pâte, La modalité dans les recettes bilingues en français et
en anglais

15h15-15h30 Discussion

15h30-16h Nawel Saci (Université Saad Dahlab de Blida, Algérie)
Forme verbale, indice de modalisation en arabe et en français

16h-16h15 Discussion

16h15-16h30 Pause / Coffee Break
Président de séance / Chair José Vicente Lozano (Université de Rouen,
France)

16h30-17h Gerda Hassler (Université de Potsdam, Allemagne)
Modalité et polyphonie: le marquage de la perspective du locuteur

17h-17h15 Discussion

17h15-17h45 Tatiana Pimpao (Université de Santa Catarina, Brésil)
Subjunctive present mood and category of modality

17h45-18h Discussion

20h Dîner en ville au restaurant Le Rouennais / Conference Dinner in
Rouen

Vendredi 13 mai 2011

Présidents de séance / Chair Emmanuel Dupraz et José Vicente
Lozano (Université de Rouen, France)

9h00-9h30 Marta Carretero et Juan Rafael Zamorano-Mansilla
(Université Complutense de Madrid, Espagne)
Disentangling Epistemic Modality, Neighbouring Categories and Pragmatic
Uses: the Case of English Epistemic Adverbs

9h30-9h45 Discussion

9h45-10h15 Rui Marques (Université de Lisbonne, Portugal)
Sentence adverbs and modality

10h15-10h30 Discussion

10h30-11h Fryni Kakoyanni-Doa (Université de Chypre, Chypre) (sous
réserve / to be confirmed)
Adverbes assertifs et leurs équivalents en grec moderne

11h-11h15 Discussion

11h15 -11h30 Pause / Coffee Break

11h30-12h Arseniy Vydrin (Russian Academy of Sciences, Saint-
Petersbourg, Russie)
Participant-external possibility and participant-internal possibility
constructions in Ossetic

12h-12h15 Discussion

12h15-12h45 Patrice Larroque (Université de Montpellier 3, France)
The Representation of Modality in Non-Standard English

12h45-13h Discussion

13h-14h45 Déjeuner / Lunch Break

Présidentes de séance / Chair Ana Isabel RIBERA et Catherine Filippi-
Deswelle (Université de Rouen, France)

14h45-15h15 Axelle Vatrican (Université de Sud-Toulon, France)
La modalité 'dynamique' dans les constructions modales saber et poder +
infinitif en espagnol

15h15-15h30 Discussion

15h30-16h Verena Jaeger (Université de Mayence, Allemagne)
Necessity and Obligation: Modals, Semi-Modals and Lexical Expressions of
Modality in Present-Day American English

16h-16h15 Discussion

16h15-16h30 Pause / Coffee Break

16h30-17h Issa Kante (Université de PARIS 13, France)
Le nom recteur et l'expression de la modalité en anglais et en français

17h-17h15 Discussion

17h15-17h45 Pierre-Yves Modicom (Université de Paris-Sorbonne, France)
Morphosyntaxe de la prise en charge énonciative: le cas des particules
modales de l'allemand

17h45-18h Discussion

18h Clôture du colloque / End of the conference

Subscription Form

A remplir pour le 2 mai 2011 / To fill in by May 2nd

Nom/Family Name :
Prenom/First Name:
Courriel / Email address :
Souhaitez-vous assister au colloque (entrée libre) ? Would you like to
attend the conference (free entrance)? Oui, Non/Yes, No

Dans le mesure des places disponibles, souhaitez-vous déjeuner à la
Maison de l'Université le 12 mai 2011 (18,80 ?) ? According to available
places, would you like to have lunch at the Restaurant of the Maison de
l'Université on May 12th? (18, 80 ?) Oui, Non/Yes, No

3. Dans le mesure des places disponibles, souhaitez-vous dîner au
restaurant Le Rouennais le 12 mai 2011 (32 ?) ? According to available
places, would you like to have dinner at the restaurant Le Rouennais on
May 12th? (32 ?) Oui, Non/Yes, No

Dans le mesure des places disponibles, souhaitez-vous déjeuner à la
Maison de l'Université le 13 mai 2011 (18,80 ?) ? According to available
places, would you like to have lunch at the Restaurant of the Maison de
l'Université on May 13th? (18, 80 ?) Oui, Non/Yes, No

Les repas seront à régler sur place (en CB ou espèces) / Meals will have to
be paid once at the restaurants (by credit card or cash money).

Merci d'envoyer le formulaire électroniquement à / Please email this form to
catherine.deswelleuniv-rouen.fr



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