LINGUIST List 25.614|
Wed Feb 05 2014
Calls: General Linguistics/France
Editor for this issue: Anna White
From: Christine Copy <christine.copyuniv-pau.fr>
Subject: Linguistic Markers of Intensity and Inter-Subjectivity
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Full Title: Linguistic Markers of Intensity and Inter-Subjectivity
Date: 27-Jun-2014 - 27-Jun-2014
Location: Champ sur Marne, France, France
Contact Person: Lionel Dufaye
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://www.dufaye.com/documents/Appel_Journee-Intensite_Paris-Est_Juin2014_.pdf
Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics
Call Deadline: 15-Feb-2014
Linguistic Markers of Intensity and Inter-subjectivity
The linguists of the research labs LISAA and IMAGER at the University of Eastern Paris (Créteil and Marne campuses) are proud to organize a one day conference on the expression of intensity as a means to express enunciative stance being either from the speaker to his/her utterance or from the speaker to the addressee. This topic is understood as the interface between expressing modality and the identification of subjectivity and/or inter-subjectivity.
Any approach which might contribute to this debate will be considered. Studies may include (but are not limited to): the study of prosody, contrastive analysis, markers of modality (appreciative and/or epistemic), pragmatic factors, questions of language acquisition, etc.
An interest could be directed towards the emergence of markers in spoken language or in “oral” language registers (e.g. CMC, text messages, memos…). Other studies of interest which address different scales of intensity are also pertinent, such as studies on attenuating, hedging (eg. You could at least say thank you), high intensity (eg. What a three long days we’ve had!), litotes (eg. Il est un peu marié si tu vois ce que je veux dire…), graduative aspect particles (eg. Ich habe ja gar keinen Kontakt mehr mit dem Volk) , as well as studies concerning these markers as observed in stages of first and second language acquisition.
Date and place of conference: 27th June 2014, at the University of Eastern Paris – Marne.
RER A Noisy-Champs, Cité Descartes, Bâtiment Copernic. Conference rooms and lecture halls will be communicated later.
Local Organizing Committee:
Hillary Bays, UPEM, EA IMAGER, LIDIL 12 : Hillary.Baysu-pem.fr
Lionel Dufaye, UPEM, EA LISAA, G.L. lionel.dufayeu-pem.fr
Agnès Leroux (Paris X)
Anne Trévise (Paris X)
Aliyah Morgenstern (Paris 3)
Christine Copy (UPPA)
Eric Corre (Paris 3)
Eric Gilbert (UniCaen)
Jean Albrespit (UPPA)
Laurent Perrin (UPEC)
Lucie Gournay (UPEC)
Philip Miller (Paris Diderot)
Stéphanie Béligon (UPEM)
Thérèse Robin (UPEC)
Valérie Bourdier (UPEC)
Mark Gray (UPEC)
Call for Papers:
The subject of papers may address various languages, in particular French, German and English (though languages of conference are English or French), and may treat a variety of linguistic fields such as phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, pragmatics, language acquisition, conversation or discourse analysis and translation. Studies should be based on empiric topics which are substantiated by a corpus and subsequent data analysis.
Submissions for papers (30 minute oral presentations followed by 10 minutes of questions), in English or in French (only) should be addressed by 31 January 2014 to lionel.dufayeupem.fr.
The first page must include authors’ names, affiliations, email addresses, contact phone numbers and postal addresses. The second page must be completely anonymised and include the title of the paper, and a 500 word summary (standard layout in Word or PDF), including up to 10 bibliographical references.
Each paper proposal will be submitted to a double blind peer review by the organizing committee and receive notification by 1st March 2014.
Dates and Deadlines:
Submissions deadline: 15 February 2014
Notification of acceptance: 1st March 2014
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