LINGUIST List 25.4915

Thu Dec 04 2014

Confs: General Linguistics, Morphology, Phonology, Syntax/France

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Date: 03-Dec-2014
From: JL Conference <confjlgmail.com>
Subject: The Form of Structure, The Structure of Form
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The Form of Structure, The Structure of Form

Date: 15-Jan-2015 - 17-Jan-2015
Location: Paris, France
Contact: JL Conference
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Meeting URL: https://sites.google.com/site/jlconference/

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics; Morphology; Phonology; Syntax

Meeting Description:

We are happy to announce the program of the conference in honour of Jean Lowenstamm in Paris on January 15-17.

Title : ''The Form of Structure, The Structure of Form''
Location : University Paris Diderot-Paris 7

Sabrina Bendjaballah, Noam Faust, Patty Garet, Mohamed Lahrouchi, Nicola Lampitelli

Program:

Day 1
Thursday, 15 January 2015

8.30-9.00 Welcome/Coffee

9.00-9.40
Introduction
Anne Abeillé (LLF), Philip Miller (ED 132, Sciences du Langage), Claire Saillard (UFRL)

9.40-10.10 Pierre Encrevé (EHESS)
Jean Lowenstamm : présentation

10.10-10.30 Coffee break

10.30-11.10
The organization of the derivational patterns of the Classical Arabic Verb
Mohand Guerssel (Université du Québec à Montréal)

11.10-11.50
Aspects of the submorphemic Organisation of the Arabic lexicon
Georges Bohas, (ICAR / ENS Lyon)

11.50-13.45 Lunch break

13.45-14.25
Suffixes and negation in Modern South Arabian
Ur Shlonsky (Université de Genève)

14.25-15.05
Root lexicalizations
Jamal Ouhalla (University College Dublin)

15.05-15.45
Beyond roots
Hagit Borer (Queen Mary University London)

15.45-16.05 Coffee break

16.05-16.45
Vowel lengthening in Dutch diminutives, again, but in more detail
Marijke de Belder (KU Leuven campus Brussels / FWO / CRISSP)

16.45-17.25
A Neoconstructionist view of French negative prefixes
Patty Garet (LLF / Paris 7)

17.25-18.05
Gender in French: inflection or flexibility
Olivier Bonami & Gilles Boyé (LLF / Paris 7 & CLLE-ERSS / Bordeaux 3)

18.05-18.45
Notes on some nominal affixes in Fon
Sandro Capochichi (LLF / Paris 7)


Day 2
Friday, 16 January 2015

8.30-9.00 Welcome/coffee

9.00-9.40
The trouble with phonology -- there's nothing wrong with being wrong
Jonathan Kaye

9.40-10.20
''No Rule Component'', trente ans après
Jean-Pierre Angoujard (LLING / Université de Nantes)

10.20-10.40 Coffee break

10.40-11.20
Where are templates?
Alain Kihm (LLF / Paris 7)

11.20-12.00
The Semitic verb template: a view from the Mehri language of Oman (Modern South Arabian)
Sabrina Bendjaballah & Philippe Ségéral (LLF / Paris 7)

12.00-14.00 Lunch break

14.00-14.40
Optimal Government Phonology: the typology of biradical verbs in Semitic
Noam Faust & Outi Bat-El (Hebrew University of Jerusalem & Tel Aviv University)

14.40-15.20
The architecture of Mehri Plurals (Modern South Arabian)
Radwa Fathi (LLF / Paris 7)

15.20-16.00
On plurals, noun phrase and num(ber) in Moroccan Arabic and Djibouti Somali
Mohamed Lahrouchi & Nicola Lampitelli (SFL / Paris 8 & LLL / Université de Tours)

16.00-16.40
La nature profonde de la théorie ''CV as the only syllable type''. Les conséquences et effets sur la recherche linguistique contemporaine
Mamadou Keita

16.40-17.00 Coffee break

17.00-17.40
TBA
Pierre Encrevé & Bernard Laks (EHESS & MoDyCo / Paris 10)

17.40-18.20
External evidence for the structure of personal proper names in Arabic
Jean-François Prunet & Ali Idrissi (Kuwait University & United Arab Emirates University)

18.20-19.00
Le chiac mon p’tit Johnny c’est right la fun
Monik Charette (SOAS, University of London)


Day 3
Saturday, 17 January 2015

9.00-9.30 Welcome/coffee

9.30-10.10
Guttural ghosts, synchronic Sandhi and the parameters of impenetrability
Tobias Scheer & Noam Faust (BCL / Université Nice Sophia Antipolis & Hebrew University of Jerusalem)

10.10-10.50
Templates and representations in Phonology: from Semitic to Child Language
Sophie Wauquier (SFL / Paris 8)

10.50-11.10 Coffee break

11.10-11.50
Reading Boas, from ‘On Alternating Sounds’ to ‘Race, Language and Culture’ : is phonology a social science ?
Gabriel Bergounioux (LLL / Université d’Orléans)

11.50-12.30
The incremental prosodic structure in Romance languages: Combinatorial analysis
Philippe Martin (LLF / Paris 7)

12.30-14.00 Lunch break

14.00-14.40
The /o/~/a/ alternation of Russian verbs ending with -yvat': metaphony or 'infixation'?
Guillaume Enguehard (LLF / Paris 7)

14.40-15.20
The Initial CV in Bamun, a (not so) hypothetical language of strictly decreasing sonority
Solange Pawou Molu (LLF / Paris 7)

15.20-16.00
Maxakali Consonant Lenition and Ethnosociophonology
Andrew Nevins (University College London)

16.00-16.40
But Mr. Lowenstamm, it's CVs all the way dow
Harry van der Hulst (University of Connecticut)



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