LINGUIST List 27.1659

Fri Apr 08 2016

Confs: Gen Ling/France

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Date: 07-Apr-2016
From: Catherine Collin <catherine.collinuniv-nantes.fr>
Subject: Agreement - Non-Agreement (30th Annual Conference CerLiCO)
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Agreement - Non-Agreement (30th Annual Conference CerLiCO)
Short Title: CerLiCO - 2016


Date: 10-Jun-2016 - 11-Jun-2016
Location: Nantes, France
Contact: Catherine Collin
Contact Email: < click here to access email >
Meeting URL: http://cerlico.asso.univ-poitiers.fr

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics

Meeting Description:

The Linguistics Association CerLiCO (Cercle de Linguistique du Centre et de l'Ouest) and the Linguistics Lab of Nantes (LLING) are pleased to announce the ''Agreement-Non agreement'' Conference which will take place in Nantes (France) from 10 to 11 June 2016.

L'association CerLiCO (Cercle linguistique du Centre et de l'Ouest) et le laboratoire linguistique de Nantes (LLING) ont le plaisir d'annoncer le colloque ''Accord -non-accord'' qui se tiendra à Nantes du 10 au 11 juin 2016.

This conference is the thirtieth conference organised by the CerLiCO association. It has been designed as the first part of a two-year cycle and will feature empirical studies focusing on the link between agreement and non-agreement, including the breach of agreement.

Agreement - Non-Agreement:

For a long time, linguistic research has been trying to describe the relation between the different elements of an utterance, and yet the relation between agreement and non-agreement still remains a “riddle” (Jespersen 1924).

The notion of agreement (consequentia), which appeared quite late in grammatical tradition (Colombat 1996), was used in Latin to designate agreement phenomena per se, but also complementarity-related phenomena. Hence the association found in more recent descriptions between such notions as case agreement, declension, tense agreement, inflection, to name but a few. Following Lehmann’s work (1982, 1988) it could be interesting to really think about the impact of the use of those terms on the description of the phenomenon at stake. Thoroughly accounting for the different ways in which elements are linked to one another would certainly help us gain greater insight into the way languages work.

Studies on language typology and universals (Kihm 2005, Caubet, Simeone-Senelle et Vanhove 1989) have indeed identified the existence of hierarchies and specified agreement patterns for world languages. They have also led to the observation that this phenomenon goes beyond the frame of morphosyntax (Danon-Boileau, Morel, Tamba 1996). But how certain can we be that the notion of agreement is relevant to all languages (Delplanque 1996)? Slavic languages for instance – where agreement only occurs in certain configurations – raise the issue of agreement stability, which could also be addressed in order to put into perspective the investigation of the potential relation between agreement and non-agreement.

Programme:

Vendredi 10 juin

8h30 – 9h00
Accueil des conférenciers

9h00 – 9h30
Ouverture du colloque
Monsieur le Président de l'Université de Nantes
Monsieur le Président du CerLiCO
Madame la Directrice du Laboratoire LLING

9h30 – 10h10
Eric Tourrette – (Université Lyon 2)
''Qu'est-ce qu'un accord selon Vaugelas?''

10h10 – 10h50
Frédéric Lambert – (Université Bordeaux Montaigne)
''Aux origines de la boîte à outils syntaxique : katalle:los et sa famille lexicale chez Appolonius Dyscole''

Pause

11h00 – 11h40
Alice Vittrant – (Université d'Aix Marseille)
''Où est l'accord dans une langue sans accord? L'exemple du birman''

11h40 – 12h20
Danh Thanh Do Hurinville – (Université de Franche-Comté) et Huy Linh Dao (INALCO)
''Accord et non accord dans une langue isolante : le cas du vietnamien''

Buffet – déjeuner

13h30 – 14h10
Furuya Kaori – (University of North Texas)
''Referential DPs and Binding Relations''

14h10 – 14h50
Brigitte Garcia, Antonio Balvet – (Université Paris 8 Vincennes Saint Denis)
''Accord/pas d'accord dans les verbes directionnels en langue des signes : est-ce vraiment la bonne question?''

14h50 – 15h30
Samira Moukrim, Hachem Jarmouni – (Université de Saïs Fès)
''Accord et non-accord en amazighe''

Pause

15h40 – 16h40
Conférence invitée (Sarah de Vogüé, Paris-Nanterre)
''Entre marques et redondances d'une part, référence et prédication d'autre part : les accords, pris à hue et à dia''

16h40 – 17h40
Assemblée générale du CerLiCO


Samedi 11 juin

9h00 – 9h40
Nedžad Leko, Nermina Čordalija, Ivana Jovović, Lidija Perković, Nevenka Marijanović, Amra Bešić, Midhat Šaljić, Dženana Telalagić – (Université de Sarajevo)
'' Predicate agreement/ non-agreement with conjoined mixed gender subjects in Bosnian/ Croatian/ Serbian''

9h40 – 10h20
Jacques François – (Université de Caen)
''Structures syntaxiques harmoniques et disharmoniques : l'exemple des propositions relatives finies et participiales en allemande et en néerlandais''

Pause

10h30 – 11h10
Sylvester Nhneanotnu Osu – (Université Tours François Rabelais)
''Le /m/ final du verbe et l'accord minimum en personne en ikwéré, une langue sans système d'accord''

11h10 – 11h50
Pamela Tsoue - (Université Tours François Rabelais)
''Letɛɣɛ langue à accord, langue sans accord?''

Buffet – déjeuner

14h00 – 14h40
Sû-tõõg-nooma Kabore – (Université Paris 3)
''Accord ou non-accord. Les problèmes que cela soulève''

14h40 – 15h20
Augustin Ndione – (Université Tours François Rabelais)
''Système de classes nominales et cas résiduels d'accord en noon''

15h20 – 16h00
Brunelle Magnana Ekoukou – (Université d'Orléans)
''Accord de l'adjectif épithète en ikota, langue bantu (B25) du Gabon''

16h30 – 17h00
Clôture du Colloque


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