LINGUIST List 25.423|
Sat Jan 25 2014
Calls: Phonology, Phonetics, Pragmatics, Discourse Analysis, Psychling/Italy
Editor for this issue: Anna White
From: Antonio Baroni <s2g.conferencegmail.com>
Subject: From Sound to Gesture
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Full Title: From Sound to Gesture
Short Title: S2G
Date: 21-May-2014 - 23-May-2014
Location: Padova, Italy
Contact Person: Antonio Baroni
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://www.maldura.unipd.it/LCL/S2G/
Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis; Phonetics; Phonology; Pragmatics; Psycholinguistics
Call Deadline: 16-Feb-2014
From Sound to Gesture (S2G)
Communication as speech, prosody, gestures and signs
Understanding how human communication works requires investigating the complex relations between abstract representations of both sounds and
gestures and their concrete realizations. The study of both spoken and signed language can provide a key to understanding the fascinating
connections between human sounds, gestures and language.
The aim of this conference is to bring together scholars interested in the relationships between different modalities (acoustic, visual) and between
different levels within the same modality (e.g., phonology-phonetics, verbal-nonverbal, prosodic-segmental, etc.).
Karen Emmorey (San Diego State University)
Marianne Gullberg (University of Lund)
Pilar Prieto (Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona)
Wendy Sandler (University of Haifa)
Contact person: Antonio Baroni (s2g.conferencegmail.com)
Conference website: http://www.maldura.unipd.it/LCL/S2G/.
Maria Grazia Busà
2nd Call for Papers:
The first 'Sound to Gesture' (S2G) conference welcomes abstracts on the following topics:
- Spoken language phonology/phonetics
- Non-verbal communication/gestures
- Sign language phonology/phonetics
In particular, we encourage the submission of papers dealing with the relationship between two (or more) of the proposed topics, e.g.:
- Spoken and sign language phonology: Is there only one, modality-independent phonology, or is there one phonology for each modality? Is there evidence for
the existence of phonological primitives common to both modalities?
- Linguistic and non-linguistic signs: How are non-verbal gestures integrated in sign language? How are these distinguished from linguistic signs?
- Prosody and sign language: What are the prosodic units of sign language? Are they organized in a similar way as prosodic units in speech?
- Suprasegmental and segmental phonology: What are relationships between the two levels? What are the best theoretical approaches and why?
- Prosody and language: How is prosody used to convey linguistic and non-linguistic meanings in L1 and/or L2? What are the best theoretical models to
- Prosody and gestures: What is the relation between speakers' intonation, prosody and gestures? How are language-specific prosody and gestures used in
second language communication?
- Speech and gestures: How are gestures and language connected? What is the relation between language-specific/universal gestures and language? How
can gestures be employed effectively to communicate with people who speak a different language?
We invite submissions of anonymous abstracts (max 1000 words, Times New Roman, 12pt, PDF or DOC format) to be uploaded through Easy Abstract:
Abstract submission deadline: 16 February 2014
Acceptance notification: 10 March 2014
Conference: 21-23 May 2014
Maria Grazia Busà
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