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LINGUIST List 22.1811

Fri Apr 22 2011

Confs: Typology/France

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        1.     Irina Kor Chahine , Verba Sonandi: aspects linguistique,culturel et cognitif

Message 1: Verba Sonandi: aspects linguistique,culturel et cognitif
Date: 21-Apr-2011
From: Irina Kor Chahine <irina_korchahineyahoo.fr>
Subject: Verba Sonandi: aspects linguistique,culturel et cognitif
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Verba Sonandi: aspects linguistique,culturel et cognitif
Short Title: Verba sonandi

Date: 05-Sep-2011 - 07-Sep-2011
Location: Aix-en-Provence, France
Contact: Irina Kor Chahine
Contact Email: irina.kor-chahineuniv-provence.fr
Meeting URL: http://gsite.univ-provence.fr/gsite/document.php?
pagendx=11058&project=dept-slave

Linguistic Field(s): Typology

Meeting Description:

Le colloque sera consacré à l'étude des verba sonandi, classe sémantique
particulière des représentations linguistiques des sons (interjections,
substantifs, prédicats, etc.). Après le premier colloque (novembre 2010)
consacré à l'étude des verbes qui désignent les cris et bruits émis par les
animaux, ce second volet vise à élargir le champ d'investigation sur ces
verba sonandi. Ce colloque aura, d'une part, pour objectif de compléter la
typologie linguistique déjà amorcée, et de l'autre, de poursuivre l'exploration
des trois aspects suivants : linguistique, culturel et cognitif.

Ce colloque abordera les questions suivantes :
- typologie linguistique : en vue de la constitution d'un corpus
multilinguistique des verba sonandi associés aux animaux, les
communications porteront, d'une part, sur les familles de langues indo
européennes (romanes, germaniques, slaves, indo-iraniennes), ouralienne,
sino-tibétaine, astro-asiatique, etc. ce qui permettra de faire ressortir les
particularités de chaque famille linguistique en question. D'un autre côté,
seront encouragées les communications qui porteront sur les langues
(familles de langue) qui n'ont pas été présentées lors du premier colloque
(langues de l'Afrique, de l'Inde, du Caucase, langues sémitiques, arménien,
grec, langues créoles, langues polynésiennes) ;
- linguistique : les communications pourront avoir pour objet l'étude les
verba sonandi associés aux bruits des objets et des éléments naturels. Le
traitement de ce sous-groupe sera-t-il différent de celui des verba sonandi
associés aux animaux ?
- culturelle : comment les bruits et sons produits par les humains, animaux,
objets et éléments naturels sont-ils perçus dans les différentes cultures ?
Seront attendues des communications éclairant des aspects
ethnographique, anthropologique, socioculturel et littéraire.
- cognitive : quels sont les mécanismes cognitifs qui entrent en jeu lors de la
(re)production et de la perception des bruits et des sons ? Quel est leur
impact sur notre perception du monde ?
Ce colloque aura pour objectif de réunir des spécialistes des différents
domaines des sciences humaines susceptibles de faire avancer nos
connaissances sur le phénomène des verba sonandi.

Les propositions de communication sont à envoyer à Jean-Marie MERLE
(jmmerle1aliceadsl.fr) et à Irina KOR CHAHINE (irina.kor-chahineuniv-
provence.fr) d'ici au 15 mai 2011. A ce stade, un titre sera suffisant.

Une présentation d'une demi-page à une page sera attendue pour le 15
juin 2011.

L'avis du comité scientifique sera transmis à chacun le 1 juillet 2011.

Langues du colloque : français, anglais





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