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LINGUIST List 24.5254

Tue Dec 17 2013

Calls: Language Acquisition, Applied Linguistics, Morphology/Slovakia

Editor for this issue: Bryn Hauk <brynlinguistlist.org>

Date: 16-Dec-2013
From: Silvia Cacchiani <silvia.cacchianiunimore.it>
Subject: Non-Words, Nonce-Words and Morphology Teaching
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Full Title: Non-Words, Nonce-Words and Morphology Teaching
Short Title: NWM: Non-Word Morphology

Date: 29-Aug-2014 - 02-Sep-2014
Location: Kosice, Slovakia
Contact Person: Silvia Cacchiani
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://kaa.ff.upjs.sk/en/event/4/12th-esse-conference

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; Language Acquisition; Morphology

Call Deadline: 01-Feb-2014

Meeting Description:

The Seminar 'Non-words, nonce-words and morphology teaching' will be held within the 12th ESSE Conference in Košice, Slovakia.

Convenors:

Silvia Cacchiani, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy
Christoph Haase, Purkyně University, Ústí nad Labem, Czech Republic

While psycho- and neurolinguistics (e.g. Marslen-Wilson 1987, 2007, Kielar et al. 2008, Rastle et al. 2008, Crepaldi 2010) have shown increasing interest in the representation of non-words, nonce-words or nonsensical words in the mental lexicon, their potential as a yardstick for the morphological competence of L2 learners has not been widely explored. The aim of this seminar is to bring together theoretical and applied research on non-words, nonce-words, and the teaching of English morphology.

Call for Papers:

Suggested topics include (but are not restricted to):

- Morphological processes in language comprehension, also models of word recognition
- Analogy in morphology and analogy in L2 learning
- Best practice in morphology teaching
- Learner access to lexical strata, feature percolation and permissibility, and related performance

Please send your abstract totaling no more than 300 words (including references) by February 1, 2014 to the following addresses: silvia.cacchianiunimore.it, christoph.haaseujep.cz.



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