From: Susanna Bartsch <bartschzas.gwz-berlin.de>
Subject: The Lexical Bases of Grammar
Full Title: The Lexical Bases of Grammar
Date: 10-May-2007 - 12-May-2007
Location: Lille, France
Contact Person: Susanna Bartsch
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics; Historical Linguistics; Lexicography
Call Deadline: 05-Dec-2006
This paper session is intended as a forum for discussion on the lexical bases of grammar from the perspectives of language development, evolution, diachrony, synchrony, as well as human and machine processing.
Please notify me about your intention to submit an abstract by November 20th, 2006.
For more details, see please the invitation and Call for Papers below.
The Lexical Bases of Grammar: Issues on the Lexis-Grammar Interface
Organisator:Susanna BartschCentre for General Linguistics, Typology, and Universals ResearchBerlinbartschzas.gwz-berlin.de.
- deadline for abstract submission: December 5th, 2006- acceptance notification: December 20th, 2006- deadline for sending ppt presentations in advance: May 7th, 2007- registration & welcome reception: May 9th, 2007, from 17h00- conference: May 10th-12th, 2007
We intend to check the possibility of publishing an edited collection with the presented papers.
Bartsch, S. (2006). Introducing and situating the lexical bootstrapping hypothesis (LBH) in theories of language and language development. Paper presented at 2nd International Conference of the German Cognitive Linguistics Association (GCLA), Munich, October 5-7, 2006.
Bartsch, S. (in prep.). Introducing and situating the lexical bootstrapping hypothesis (LBH) in theories of language and language development. Introductory chapter for Bartsch & Bittner (ed.) (in prep.).
Bartsch, S. & Bittner, D. (eds.) (in prep.). Lexical Bootstrapping in Child Language Development. Cognitive Linguistics Research series. Mouton de Gruyter.
Bassano, D., Laaha, S., Maillochon, I., & Dressler, W. U. (2004). Early acquisition of verb grammar and lexical development: Evidence from periphrastic constructions in French and Austrian German. First Language, 24(1), pp. 33-70.
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