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LINGUIST List 25.1983

Mon May 05 2014

Confs: Arabic, Historical Ling, Computational Ling, Text/Corpus Ling, Applied Ling/Morocco

Editor for this issue: Xiyan Wang <xiyanlinguistlist.org>

Date: 03-May-2014
From: Mohammed Rahhali <m.rahhaligmail.com>
Subject: Arabic Comparative Linguistics
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Arabic Comparative Linguistics
Short Title: ALC


Date: 08-May-2014 - 09-May-2014
Location: Kénitra, Morocco, Morocco
Contact: Mohammed Rahhali
Contact Email: < click here to access email >
Meeting URL: http://www.univ-ibntofail.ac.ma/flshk/

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; Computational Linguistics; Historical Linguistics; Text/Corpus Linguistics

Subject Language(s): Arabic, Standard

Meeting Description:

Arabic Planning Laboratory is pleased to announce that the fourth international conference on Arabic Comparative Linguistics will take place on the 8-9 May 2014, at Ibn Tofail University in Kénitra, Morocco. The conference seeks to present current and original comparative studies of various syntactic, semantic, phonological and lexical aspects of Arabic.

Registration fees: 60 euro

Program:

Thursday, May 8, 2014

08:15-09: 00
Registration

09:00-09:15
The opening session: The Word of the Dean of the Faculty of Arts & Humanities

The First Session
Chairperson: Mohammed DAMIR, Ibn Tofail University, Kénitra

09:15
The opening talk
Jean LOWENSTAMM, University of Paris-Diderot: Two Mysteries in the Realization of Moroccan Arabic Perfective Inflection

09:45-10:00
Discussion

10:00
Mohammed EL OUADI, Mly Ismail University, Meknes:Syllabic Co-occurrence Restrictions in Arabic Metrics*

10:20
Salam DIAB DURANTON, Paris 8 University: The Origin, Root and What's Beyond Them*

10:40-11:00
Discussion

11:00-11:15 Pause

11:15
Mohamed GHALIM, Mohamed V University, Rabat: On the Interaction of Features*

11:35
Hassan SOUALI, Mohamed V University, Rabat: Light v and Accusative Case Valuation in Verbal and Nominal Constructions in Standard Arabic

11:55
Mohammed RAHHALI, Ibn Tofail University, Kénitra: The Syntax of Modals and Mood in Standard Arabic*

12:15-12:45
Discussion

12:45-15:00 Lunch

The Second Session
Chairperson: Mohammed CHBADA, Ibn Tofail University, Kénitra

15:00
Hamid OUALI, University of Wisconsin Milwaukee: On V-V Constructions in Arabic Dialects

15:20
Mostapha EL HASSOUNI, Hassan II University, Casablanca: Temporal Modality in Arabic*

15:40-16:00
Discussion

16:00
Taoufiq GOUMA, Paris 8 University: La imāla dans les dialectes arabes modernes : exemple d'une variété rurale de l'arabe marocain

16:20
Mohd-Habib KAHLAOUI, Sultan Qabus University: A Contrastive Approach to Modality in English and Standard Arabic: Implications for Translation and Pedagogical Grammar

16:40-17:00
Discussion

17:00
Ali Abellah MAHMOUD, Dayali University, Bagdad: Linguistic Intensification and its Role in Interlingual Translation of Speech Acts Between English and Arabic

17:20
Siham YACOUBI, Ibn Tofail University, Kénitra: Literal and Free translation in Modern Theories*

17:40-18:00
Discussion

18:00
Othmane AHEMIANI, Ibn Tofail University, Kénitra: Word Order in Moroccan Sign Language*

18:20
Mokhtar DERKAOUI, Hasiba Ben Bouali University, Algeria Le sous-entendu*

18:40-19:00
Discussion

Friday, May 9, 2014

The Third Session
Chairperson: Abdenour EL HADRI, Ibn Tofail University, Kénitra

09:00
Karim Allah KABBOUR, Hassan II University, Casablanca: Towards an Extended Approach of Apophony*

09:20
Bouchra AFRAH, Ibn Tofail University, Kénitra: On Some Semantic Properties of Adjectives*

09:40-10:00
Discussion

10:00
Fayssal TAYALATI, Charles de Gaulle Lille3 University: Les (deux types de) noms d'événements en français et en arabe standard

10:20
Ahmed BERISSOUL, Mohamed V University, Rabat: On the Specification of the Lexical Entry*

10:40-11:00
Discussion

11:00-11:15 Pause

Parallel Session
Chairperson: Abdenour El HADRI

11:15
Maria PERSSON, Lund University: The Role of Verb Form Switch on Clause and Discourse Level in Arabic Dialects

11:35
Mohamed Tarek EL-SHARKAWI, Wayne State University: The Survival of Case in Modern Standard Arabic: A Case for Language Ecology

11:55-12:15
Discussion

12:15
Mostafa RECHAD, Hassan II University, Casablanca: Types of Head Movement in Arabic

12:35
Mounir JOUINI, Jendouba University, Tunisia: A Moraic Analysis of the Tunisian Arabic Syllable

12:55-13:15
Discussion

13:15-13:30
Pause

Parallel session
Chairperson: Mohamed Zarrou, Ibn Tofail University, Kénitra

11:15
Abdelfattah NISSABOURI, Rennes 2 University: Remarks on the Change of Lexical Meaning of Nouns from Arabic Dialects to Standard Arabic*

11:35
Ismaila BARAZI,Bamaco University, Mali: Sounds and Verbs between Arabic and Boumnan*

11:55-12:15
Discussion

12:15
Mohamed EL FAWZAN, Institute of Arabic Linguistics, King Saoud University: The Analysis of Writings of non-speaking Arabic Students in the light of the Arabic Grammar Textbooks*

12:35
Kamal OUQUA
Royal Institute of Amazigh Culture, Rabat Valency and Bilingual Dictionaries: Arabic-Amazigh Dictionary as a Sample*

12:55-13:15
Discussion

13:15-13:30 Pause

The Forth & The Closing Session
Chairperson: Abdelaziz MATTAD, Ibn Tofail University, Kénitra

13:30
Abdelrazzak EL TOURABI, Mohamed V University, Rabat: On the Morphology of (in)definiteness*

13:50
Salim RAMI, Al Kadi Ayyad University, Marrakesh: Stress in the Contemporary Standard Spoken Arabic*

14:10-14:30
Discussion

14:30
Mohamed NAJI, Mly Ismail University, Meknes: Transitivity and Aspect in Psychological Verbs*

14:50
Mohamed LAHROUCHI, Paris 8 University: On Plurals in Arabic

15:10-15:30
Discussion

Lunch

N.B: The Presentations marked with the asterisk (*) will be in Arabic.

The Contributing Universities

Moroccan Universities:

Hassan II University, Casablanca
Ibn Tofail University, Kénitra
Mly Ismail University, Meknes
Mohamed V University, Rabat
Royal Institute of Amazigh Culture, Rabat
University of Al Kadi Ayyad, Marrakesh

Foreign Universities:

King Saoud University
Lund University
Sultan Qabus University
University of Bamaco, Mali
University of Charles de Gaulle Lille3
University of Dayali, Bagadad
University of Jendouba, Tunisia
University of Hasiba Ben Bouali, Algeria
University of Paris-Diderot
University of Paris 7
University of Paris 8
University of Rennes 2
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Wayne State University

Previous and forthcoming activities of the Arabic Planning Laboratory:

May 14, 2007:
Conference on 'Conceptual Semantics and Cognitive Sciences', Ibn Tofail University.

May 7-8, 2008:
The First International Conference on 'Arabic Comparative Linguistics', Ibn Tofail University.

April 29, 2009:
Conference on 'Linguistic Policy in Morocco', Ibn Tofail University.

May 16, 2009:
Study Day on 'Language and Literature: Scientific and Educational Experiments'. In Honor of Professors: Hassan CHAHIDI and Mohamed HAJOUI, Ibn Tofail University.

December 23-24, 2009:
Conference on 'Terminology in Humanities and Natural Sciences'.

May 6-7, 2010:
The Second International Conference on 'Arabic Comparative Linguistics', Ibn Tofail University.

June 7-8, 2011:
Conference on 'Language and Culture', Ibn Tofail University.

May 10-11, 2012:
The Third International Conference on 'Arabic Comparative Linguistics', Ibn Tofail University.

April 21-22, 2013:
The First International Doctoral Seminar on 'Comparative Linguistics', Ibn Tofail University.

June 4-5, 2014:
The Second International Doctoral Seminar on 'Comparative Linguistics', Ibn Tofail University.

Members of the Organizing Committee:

Mohamed CHBADA
Mohamed DAMIR
Bouchra AFRAH
Mohammed RAHHALI
Taoufik SAAD EDDINE
Adil SAHLI, Cherif TEIMI
Fatima OUKHADJOU
Assia HBIBALI
Boujemaa CHAIBI



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