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Confs: Spanish & Portuguese in contact w/ other langs

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Message 1: Program: Spanish in contact

Date: Wed, 21 Jan 1998 17:09:43 -0800 (PST)
From: Garland D Bills <gbillsunm.edu>
Subject: Program: Spanish in contact

7th UNM Conference on Ibero-American Culture and Society:
"Spanish and Portuguese in Contact with Other Languages"
 and
16th Conference on Spanish in the United States

 February 12-14, 1998
 University of New Mexico
 Albuquerque, New Mexico

Commemorating the 400th anniversary of the founding of the
first Spanish settlement in New Mexico in 1598

Information on lodging and registration is available on the Web:
	http://www.unm.edu/~spanish

 PRELIMINARY PROGRAM

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12
1:30-3:30 I-A. CODESWITCHING
 Robin M. Fetters (U New Mexico), "Code switching vs.
borrowing in northern New Mexico/southern Colorado Spanish"
 Ana Teresa Perez-Leroux & Erin O'Rourke (Pennsylvania St U),
"Processing of intrasentential code-switching in English and
Spanish bilinguals: Grammatical constraints versus base language
effects"
 Inma Mun~oa (U Illinois-Urbana/Champaign), "Codeswitching in
bilingual conversation: Evidence from Basque-Spanish bilinguals"
 Sara Rodriguez (SUNY-Buffalo), "Social implications for code-
switching in a sample of 12 Puerto Rican speakers living in the
United States"

1:30-3:30 I-B. CONTACT SITUATIONS
 Leopoldina Maria S. Araujo (Belem, Brazil), "Portugues de
contato de um povo indigena da Amazonia brasileira"
 Jurgen Heye (Pontificia U Catolica-Rio de Janeiro),
"Immigrant language contacts with Brazilian Portuguese: The case
of Brasildeutsch"
 Susana V. Rivera-Mills (Northern Arizona U), "Language shift
in a northern California community"
 Virginia Zavala (Georgetown U), "A case of shift-induced
substratum interference: The Andean Spanish from El Valle del
Mantaro, Peru"

3:45-5:45 II-A. TEXTS AND LITERACY
 Devin Jenkins (U New Mexico), "Using the Internet to study
language shift: Examples from electronic texts of bilingual
Dominicans in the United States"
 Arturo Fernandez-Gibert (U New Mexico), "La voz del pueblo:
El espan~ol en la prensa nuevomexicana en los an~os previos a la
estatalidad (1890-1912)"
 Juan A. Trujillo (Oregon St U), "Socioeconomic identity and
linguistic borrowing in pre-statehood New Mexico legal texts"
 Sandra L. Pucci (U Wisconsin-Milwaukee), "Spanish language
literacy maintenance: Central Americans in Los Angeles"

3:45-5:45 II-B. SYNTACTIC VARIATION
 Kareen Gervasi (U Southern California), "Relativization in
the Spanish of bilingual speakers from the Southwest"
 E. Atienza, P. Battaner, A. Bel, L. Borras, Lourdes Diaz, C.
Hernandez, E. Hurtado, C. Lopez, R. Martinez, & S. Torner (U
Pompeu Fabra), "Lenguas peninsulares en contacto: Castellano y
catalan en la produccion de estudiantes universitarios bilingues"
 J. Clancy Clements (Indiana U), "L2 word order acquisition in
a contact situation"
 Liliana Paredes (U North Carolina-Greensboro), "The
proficiency continuum in Quechua-Spanish bilingual speakers: An
analysis of the verbal clitic system"

7:00-9:00 RECEPTION AT HILTON HOTEL

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13
8:45-10:15 III-A. GRAMMATICAL VARIATION
 Rob Smead (Brigham Young U), "On the assignment of gender to
Chicano anglicisms: Processes and results"
 Marta Fairclough (U Houston), "Modal expressions in a contact
situation: _Deber de_ vs. _tener que_ in the Spanish spoken in
Houston"
 Michelle F. Ramos-Pellicia (Ohio St U), "Gerund constructions
in the Spanish of Puerto Rico"

8:45-10:15 III-B. LANGUAGE POLICY AND PLANNING
 Shaw N. Gynan (Western Washington U), "Sociolinguistic
dimensions of Guarani-Spanish contact and Paraguayan language
policy in the context of inter-American human rights"
 Earl Rees (Portland St U), "The Catalan linguistic
normalization law: The implementation polemic"
 Eduardo Hernandez Chavez (U New Mexico), "Los derechos
linguisticos en Nuevo Mexico: El llamado bilinguismo oficial
estatal"

10:30-12:00 IV-A. LANGUAGE CONTACT AND CHANGE
 Marilia de Nazare Ferreira (Belem, Brazil), "Algumas
reflexo~es sobro o Portugues falado pelos Mebengnokren da aldeia
Gorotire no sul do estado do Para, Amazonia, Brasil"
 Nicole Maier (U Central Florida), "Linguistic strategies in
Cuban and Puerto Rican Spanish as determined by contact settings"
 Luis A. Ortiz Lopez (U Puerto Rico-Mayaguez), "El sistema
verbal del espan~ol haitiano en Cuba: Implicaciones para las
lenguas en contacto en el Caribe"

10:30-12:00 IV-B. SYNTAX-SEMANTICS
 Martha Elizabeth Ruiz-Garcia (U New Mexico), "La
funcionalidad de la doble negacion chocoana y su estado
sociolinguistico actual"
 Maria Jose Gonzalez (U Illinois-Urbana/Champaign), "Preverbal
double negation as a means for emphasis"
 Anna Maria Escobar (U Illinois-Urbana/Champaign), "Semantic
and pragmatic uses of the Spanish diminutive in Spanish in
contact with Quechua"

1:30-3:00 V-A. LEXICAL VARIATION IN US SPANISH
 Eva Mendieta (Indiana U Northwest) & Isabel Molina (U
Alcala), "Lexical characterization of the Spanish spoken in
northwest Indiana"
 Arnulfo G. Ramirez (Louisiana St U), "Lexical characteristics
of Southwest Spanish and the Atlas linguistico de Hispanoamerica"
 Ana Emilia Leon (U Texas-Permian Basin), "Spanish diastratic
and diatopic morpho-lexical variation in Midland-Odessa, Texas"

1:30-3:00 V-B. COMMUNICATIVE STRATEGIES
 Rainer Enrique Hamel (U Autonoma Metropolitana), "Fronteras
linguisticas y estrategias discursivas en la interaccion bilingue
espan~ol-hn~ahn~u en Mexico"
 Lenora A. Timm (U California-Davis), "'A binary phenomenon':
The pragmatics of Spanish-English code-switching in Chicano/a
poetry"
 Maria Dolores Gonzales Velasquez (U New Mexico), "Deshaciendo
enredos: Language and power imbalances in mediation"

3:15-5:15 VI-A. PHONOLOGICAL VARIATION
 Susana de los Heros (U Rhode Island), "The influence of
Quechua in the assibilation of (r) in the Spanish spoken in
Cusco"
 Sarah J. Youngblood (College of Wooster), "Spirantization in
the Spanish of Winesburg, Ohio"
 Jerry R. Craddock (U California-Berkeley), "The resolution of
vocalic hiatus between words in New Mexican Spanish"
 Fernanda Ferreira & Rena Torres Cacoullos (U New Mexico), "La
labiodental sonora en Nuevo Mexico: ?Influencia del ingles o
rasgo dialectal?"

3:15-5:15 VI-B. DISCOURSE
 Madeline Maxwell (U Texas-Austin), "When the interpreter is
also a conversational partner"
 Carmen Silva-Corvalan (U Southern California), "Coping with
two languages from birth"
 Lourdes Torres (U Kentucky), "Bilingual discourse marking in
New York Puerto Rican speech"
 Diane Ringer Uber (College of Wooster), "'Dealing' with
bilingualism: Business language in Puerto Rico"

5:30-6:30 PLENARY SPEAKER
 Carol A. Klee (U Minnesota), "Historical perspectives on
Spanish-Quechua language contact in Peru"

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14
8:45-10:45 VII-A. PANEL: "Subject pronouns in five dialects of
Spanish in New York City: Preliminary analyses of social,
linguistic, semantic, and discourse variables"
 Co-chairs and discussants: Ana Celia Zentella (Hunter
College) & Ricardo Otheguy (City U New York)
 Nydia Flores & Jeannette Toro (City U New York), "The
persistence of dialect features under conditions of leveling and
contact"
 Atsuko Miyajima (City U New York), "El espan~ol en Nueva
York: Aparicion del pronombre personal (sujeto) analizado desde
el punto de vista del sentido del verbo"
 Silvia Rivero (City U New York), "The alternation of verbal
[s]/[h]/0 and the use of pronouns by Spanish speakers in New York
City"
 Jocelyn Solis (City U New York), "Power relations as
predictive factors for pronoun expression in the discourse of New
York Spanish speakers"

8:45-10:45 VII-B. LEXICONS IN CONTACT
 Veronica Grondona (U Pittsburgh), "Language contact and the
influence of Spanish on Mocovi"
 Asun Martinez-Arbelaiz (Michigan St U), "Basque lexical items
in journalist Spanish: On their motivation and significance"
 Holly Wilson (U New Mexico), "The effects of Spanish on the
lexicon and syntax of English-Spanish bilinguals"

11:00-12:00 PLENARY SPEAKER
 Ana Roca (Florida International U), "Planning for the future
of Spanish in the United States"

1:30-3:00 VIII-A. THEORY AND METHOD
 MaryEllen Garcia (U Texas-San Antonio), "_Yo todo el tiempo
fue a la escuela_: Language fluency and fuzzy semantics"
 Ricardo Otheguy (City U New York), "An appraisal of the
theoretical underpinnings of recent major works on Spanish in the
U.S."
 Xoan Paulo Rodriguez-Yan~ez (U Vigo), "El contraste entre los
estudios macro y los estudios microsociolinguisticos en el caso
del contacto gallego-espan~ol: Algunas ensen~anzas teoricas y
metodologicas"

1:30-3:00 VIII-B. APPLIED ISSUES IN NEW MEXICO
 Mary Fanelli Ayala (Eastern New Mexico U), "Clash or fusion?
The challenges of teaching Spanish to the 'native speaker' in New
Mexico"
 Ysaura Bernal-Enriquez (U New Mexico), "Spanish language loss
in _La Nueva Mexico_"
 Daniel Villa (New Mexico St U), "The instrumentality of
Spanish in a U.S.-Mexico border region"

3:15-5:15 IX-A. ATTITUDES AND USE
 Gabriela Alfaraz (Michigan St U), "Dialect contact in Miami,
Florida: The attitudes of Cubans toward other Spanish varieties"
 Parastoo Anita Mesri (U California-Los Angeles), "The role of
Spanish in Mexicana/o, Chicana/o, Latina/o communities in the
U.S.: A unifying bond, a tie to the homeland, a way to resist
assimilation"
 Caryn C. Connelly (U Minnesota), "Patterns of language choice
and language preference among Mexican teens: Preliminary findings
for Phoenix, Arizona"
 Patricia MacGregor-Mendoza (New Mexico St U), "Spanish use
and attitudes among youths in two Mexican communities"

3:15-5:15 IX-B. PRONOMINAL VARIATION
 Jennifer Austin (Cornell U), "_Leismo_ in the Basque of
Basque-Spanish bilinguals"
 Jinny K. Choi (Georgetown U), "A syntactic feature in
Paraguayan Spanish: [-person] object clitic drop"
 Liliana Sanchez (Carnegie Mellon U), "Unmarkedness: The
source of null definite objects in contact Spanish"
 Teresa Satterfield (U Michigan), "Patterns of pronominal
variability in bilingual speech"

7:00 CONFERENCE DINNER
9:00 GRAN BAILE DE DESPEDIDA
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