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Confs: Societas Linguistica Europaea-XXXI

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  1. Christopher Beedham, SLE conference programme

Message 1: SLE conference programme

Date: Mon, 20 Apr 1998 14:15:02 +0100
From: Christopher Beedham <>
Subject: SLE conference programme




Enclosed is the Provisional Programme of the XXXIst Annual Meeting of
the Societas Linguistica Europaea, to be held in St Andrews, Scotland,
on 26-30 August 1998, under the general theme: Langue and parole in
synchronic and diachronic perspective. Some of the section papers
listed are dependent on funding becoming available. If you have
submitted an abstract you will also find enclosed a slip giving the
decision of the Selection Committee.

The deadline for registration is 30 April 1998. A registration form
was sent out with the First Circular.

Papers will be given in the Quadrangle of St Salvator's College, on
North Street. Participants will be accommodated in St Salvator's Hall
of Residence and in New Hall. Those staying at New Hall will have
breakfast in New Hall but lunch and dinner in St Salvator's Hall of
Residence. There will be a book exhibition.

Registration will take place in St Salvator's Hall of Residence from
14.00-18.00 on Wednesday 26 August. Members staying at New Hall may
check in to their accommodation first - between 14.00 and 22.00 - and
then go to registration (from New Hall to St Salvator's is a pleasant
15 mins. walk). There will be a Wine Reception, hosted by the
Department of German, in St Salvator's Hall of Residence from 18.00 to
19.00. Dinner will be at 19.00 in St Salvator's Hall of Residence for
all residential participants, i.e. both for those staying at St
Salvator's and those staying at New Hall. Registration will continue
from 18.00-22.00, and will continue again on Thursday 27 August from

The addresses of the two Halls of Residence are as follows: St
Salvator's Hall, North Street, St Andrews, Fife KY16 9AZ New Hall,
North Haugh, St Andrews, Fife KY16 9XW

Travel to St Andrews

Air: The nearest airport is Edinburgh. Take the airport bus to the
main railway station, Waverley Station, which takes approx. 20
mins. and costs 3.50. Or take a taxi, which will cost approx. 14.
Then take the train to Leuchars railway station, which is on the
London (King's Cross) - Edinburgh - Aberdeen main line. Trains run
between about 7.00 and 23.00. The journey takes approx. 1 hr. and
costs approx. 13 return. From Leuchars take the bus (95, X59, X60,
direction Leven or Edinburgh) to St Andrews bus station; the journey
takes 10 mins. and costs 1.20; buses run every 1/2 hour between
about 7.00 and midnight. To walk from the bus station to both Halls
of Residence takes about 5 mins. Or else from Leuchars take a taxi,
which will cost about 8.00; there are usually taxis to meet every

Rail: The nearest railway station is Leuchars (4 miles away), on the
London (King's Cross) - Edinburgh - Aberdeen main line. See above
under Air.

Road: The main route to St Andrews by road from the south is via the
Forth Road Bridge. Continue along the M90 motorway, turning off on
the A91 to St Andrews.

A Third Circular with updated programme and map of St Andrews will be
sent out at the end of July to all those registered for the

The conference's home page contains links to the home pages of St
Andrews, the Scottish Tourist Board, and Edinburgh International

Local organisers:

Dr Christopher Beedham
Dr Isabel Forbes

Postal, e-mail, fax, and Internet addresses:

		SLE 1998,
		Department of German,
		School of Modern Languages,
		The University,
		St Andrews,
		Fife KY16 9PH,


Fax: (01334) 463677

Home page:

20 March 1998

Enc.: provisional programme
 decision slip (if you have submitted an abstract)



Presidential Address
RISSANEN, Matti (Helsinki): [Title to be announced]

Plenary speakers
HARWEG, Roland (Bochum): [Title to be announced]

KOERNER, E.F.K. (Ottawa): Three Saussures - one 'structuraliste avant
la lettre'

ROBINS, R.H. (London): Possible landmarks in twentieth century

TOBIN, Yishai (Be'er Sheva, Israel): One size does not fit all: A
semantic analysis of "small/large" vs. "little/big"


Spoken vs. written languages: their structural and typological
differences. Organised by Werner ABRAHAM (Groningen)

Modality in generative grammar. Organised by Sjef BARBIERS (Leiden),
Frits BEUKEMA (Leiden), Olga TOMIC (Novi Sad), Milena SHEPPARD
(Ljubljana), Marija GOLDEN (Ljubljana)

Grammatical categories. Organised by Kazimierz A. SROKA (Gdan(sk)

Section papers

ANDERSSON, Sven-Gunnar (Goteborg): Register-motivated Variation of
Tense and Mood in German Final Clauses Introduced by damit

ASH, Sharon (Pennsylvania): Weakening Distinctions in Support of
Dialect Differences

ASKEDAL, John Ole (Oslo): Grammaticalization and the German "Recipient
Passive" with bekommen/erhalten/kriegen

BERGS, Alexander (Dusseldorf): Social Networks in pre-1500 Britain:
problems, perspectives, examples

BEDNARIKOVA, Bozena (Palacky, Czech Republic): System Description or
Systematic Prescription?

BERMEL, Neil (Sheffield): Can One Language Have Two Langues? Claims
about Literary and Common Czech

BURGARSKI, Ranko (Belgrade): Language and war in Yugoslavia

BUNIYATOVA, Isabella (Kiev): On the History of Non-Finite Clauses in
English and Other Languages

DARSKI, Jozef (Poznan(): Was ist Stamm?

DIEWALD, Gabriele (Erlangen): The integration of the German modals
into the paradigm of verbal mood

DOBROVOL'SKIJ, Dmitrij (Moscow): On cross-linguistic equivalence of

DONADZE, Natalia (Moscow): Types of semantic transformations in Atlas
Linguarum Europae motivation maps

DORODNYCH, Anatolij (Kharkov & Poznan(): Mentality Through Language:
Contrasting Associative Networks

DRUBIG, H. Bernhard (Tubingen): Some general characteristics of
morphosyntactic focus marking

FARKAS, Judit & Veronika KNIEZSA (Budapest): Mediaeval street-names of
the cities York and Lincoln: Grammar and orthography

FATIMA, Eloeva (St Petersburg): Pontic Dialect: Interference on Langue
and Parole levels (Synchronic and Diachronic perspective)

FAVA, Elisabetta (Padova): The relevance of some methodological
distinctions in considering the role of variation in the illocutionary
force devices

FENK, August, (Klagenfurt): Picture language - just a metaphor?

FENK-OCZLON, Gertraud (Klagenfurt): German, Russian, Turkish - a
typological comparison

FORBES, Isabel & Gabor KISS (St Andrews & Budapest): Colour
categorization and colour naming in French and Hungarian

GAMKRELIDZE, Thomas V. (Tbilisi): "Langue" and "Parole" in
Proto-Indo-European Reconstructions

GRUNTFEST, Yaakov (Haifa): Accusativus/Ablativus limitationis in
transformational interpretation

GUERMANOVA, Natalia (Moscow): Perceptions of native languages:
cultural-value vs communicative perspectives

HAFTKA, Brigitta (Potsdam): Gradadverbiale und subjektbezogene
Adverbiale im Vorfeldtest

HAJICOVA, Eva (Prague): Contextual boundness in language system and
context dependency in communication

HARTMANN, Ralph A. (St Andrews): Gegen eine Lehrbuch-Interpretation
von Saussures Langage, Langue und Parole - ein Merkzettel

HUNDSNURSCHER, Franz (MFCnster): Phraseologische Paarformeln

JUREWICZ, Magdalena (Poznan(): Interpreted conversations between Poles
and Germans

KIM, A. (Tomsk): On the problem of linguistic universals: Semantic
cult paradigm

KLEINER, Yuri (St Petersburg): Epic Formula: Langue and Parole

KLIMONOW, Wladimir (Berlin): Einfluss der Aspekte auf die Umgestaltung
der Futurparadigmen im Russischen

KOMARNITSKA, Larisa (Chernivtsy, Ukraine): A quantitative approach to
investigating semantically related words

KOTIN, Mikhail L. (Moscow): Possessive constructions and the
auxiliarization of haben in German

KOTOROVA, Elizaveta (Tomsk): The main factors to identify the
equivalent relations in langue and parole

KRIER, Fernande (Rennes): Approach to Linguistic Dynamics: Aspects of
Standard German in an Autobiography of 1905

NEDZAD, Leko (Sarajevo & Oslo): Quantified phrases in Russian and
Bosnian: similarities and differences

(Chernivtsy, Ukraine): The problem of polysemy under synchronic,
diachronic and panchronic aspects

MALIKOUTI-DRACHMAN, Angeliki (Salzburg & Cyprus): On the formation of
hypocoristics in modern Greek

MARLE, Jaap van (Amsterdam): Langue and parole in morphological

MATSUMORI, Akiko (Tokyo): Reconstruction of the Proto-Accent-System
for Mainland Japanese Dialects

MAUTNER, Gerlinde (Vienna): Globalisation. Reviewing a Megatrend from
the Perspective of Linguistics and ELT

MUSOLFF, Andreas (Durham): Dinosaurs, Metaphors and Dangerous Theories

NAGLE, Stephen J. & Sara L. SANDERS (South Carolina): Redundant
Complementation in English: Pseudo-resumptive THAT

NAIDITCH, Larissa (Jerusalem): Associative and semantic word fields in

OGOURECHNIKOVA, Natalia (Moscow): Old Icelandic pronominal system in
the Mythological Songs of the Edda

OGUY, A. (Chernivtsy, Ukraine): Polysemy in the panchrony and its
regular character

OMDAL, Helge (Kristiansand, Norway): Implementation of language norms
in Norway - success or confusion?

OSIPOVA, O. (Tomsk): The mystery of consonantal nominal stem-building
markers in ancient Germanic

PADUCHEVA, Elena V. (Moscow): On dynamic approach to systematic

PANITZ, Florian (Oldenburg): Iterative and Habitual Perspectivization
in Texts: A Note on the Competence - Performance Interface

PANTALEO, Nicola (Bari, Italy): Constraint and ecart (langue and
parole) in pre-Early Modern English translational practices: the
vocabulary of 'folly' in William Barclay's The Ship of Fools

PETRIC, Teodor (Maribor, Slovenia): Zum syntaktischen Verhalten von
Funktionsverbgefugen in dialogferneren Textsorten

PLATZER, Hans (Vienna): The loss of OE/ME object ellipsis

POUPYNIN, Youri (St Petersburg): Aspect, voice and deixis in Russian

RATKEVICIUTE-MISEVICIENE, Joana (Kaunas, Lithuania): Speechology:
Theory and practice

REITER, Norbert (Berlin): Vom Nutzen der Kombinationskarte und ihrer

SCHELLINGER, Wolfgang (Konstanz): The Malto noun phrase meets
typology: Dravidian Suffixaufnahme and Aufnahme universals

SCHICK, Ivanka P. (Potsdam): Doubling Clitics and
Information-Structure in modern Bulgarian

SCHWARZWALD, Ora Rodrigue (Ramat-Gan, Israel): The Adjectival Suffix
-i in Hebrew

SEUREN, Pieter A.M. (Nijmegen): Eubulides as a 20th Century

SEVIC, Radmila B. (Novi Sad): Early collections of private documents:
The missing link in the diachronic corpora?

SGALL, Petr (Prague): On the interface between langue and parole

SHIMOMIYA, Tadao (Tokyo): Langue and parole in interdependence

SKRZYPIEC, Andrzej M. (Wroclaw): Language and cultural identity in
diachronic perspective

SOULEIMANOVA, Olga (Moscow): The case for dative case

SOVRAN, Tamar (Tel Aviv): Vagueness as a challenge for natural
language semantics

TARNYIKOVA, Jarmila (Palacky, Czech Republic): Discourse perspectives
on syntax: The case of sentence adverbials

TERZAN-KOPECKY, Carmen (Maribor, Slovenia): Die Sprachokonomie und
der konstruktionelle Ikonismus durch das Prisma des translatorischen

VALENTIN, Paul (Paris): Nebensatze als C4uDFerungen: Parole gegen

VEZZOSI, Letizia & Dieter STEIN (Florence & Dusseldorf): Restitutive
processes in linguistic change

VUCKOVIC, Petar (Belgrade): On cognitive independence of meaning and
form of nouns

WASIK, Zdzislaw (Wroclaw): Parole and the Bilateral Sign: Between
Platonism and Cartesianism in Ferdinand de Saussure's Cours de
linguistique generale

YARIV-LAOR, Lihi (Jerusalem): Notes On the Translation of the Hebrew
Bible into Chinese: A Cross-Cultural View

ZABOTKINA, Vera (Kaliningrad): New euphemisms in English: Pragmatic
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