LINGUIST List 27.1699

Tue Apr 12 2016

Calls: Applied Ling, Cog Sci, Ling Theories, Morphology, Phonology/France

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Date: 12-Apr-2016
From: Emilie Caratini <em.calaposte.net>
Subject: Syllables and Syllabification: Theoretical Approaches and Pedagogical Applications
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Full Title: Syllables and Syllabification: Theoretical Approaches and Pedagogical Applications

Date: 29-Sep-2016 - 30-Sep-2016
Location: Poitiers, France
Contact Person: Emilie Caratini
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://syllable.conference.univ‐poitiers.fr

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; Cognitive Science; Linguistic Theories; Morphology; Phonology

Call Deadline: 30-May-2016

Meeting Description:

Within the framework of the research area “Language and Cognition: Corpora, Behavior and Education”, the MSHS of the University of Poitiers is organizing an international conference entitled “Syllables and syllabification: theoretical approaches and pedagogical applications”. This conference follows the workshop “Around the syllable: phonetics, phonology and acquisition” that was held in November 2015 and whose aim was to assess the state-of-the-art in current research on the syllable in various languages and various fields of study.

The purpose of this conference is to continue the work undertaken in 2015 and to allow researchers from different fields to become acquainted and promote their research in the following areas:

- Syllables and language processing (segmentation, automatic detection of syllables…)
- Syllables and cross-linguistic comparisons (perception and production in written, spoken and signed languages)
- Syllables and language acquisition, learning and teaching
- Syllables and language disorders
- Syllables and language games
- Syllables and translation (syllabification, rhythm and rhyme)

Research fields (non exhaustive): language acquisition, language learning, language teaching, graphematics, linguistics, morphology, phonetics, phonology (theory/-ies, description and representation(s)), phonotactics, prosody, psycholinguistics, neuropsychology, etc.

In addition to the plenary talks, thematic study sessions and roundtables will be held in order to promote the exchange between the various fields of study represented at the conference as well as the exchange with primary and secondary school teachers.

Organizing committee:
Jacques BOUCHAND, Université Poitiers
Emilie CARATINI, Université Poitiers
Manuel GIMENES, Université Poitiers
Stéphanie GOBET, Université Poitiers
Sylvie HANOTE, Université Poitiers
Eric LAMBERT, Université Poitiers
Freiderikos VALETOPOULOS, Université Poitiers
Nicolas VIDEAU, Université Poitiers

Official Partners: Région Poitou-Charentes, Grand Poitiers, MSHS et Université de Poitiers, UFR Lettres et langues, UFR Sciences Humaines et Arts, École Supérieure du Professorat et de l’Éducation.

Scientific committee:
Laetitia de Almeida, Philip Backley, Nicolas Ballier, Xavier Barillot, Jean-Marc Beltzung, Leila Boutora, Caroline Bouzon, Jonathan Bucci, Emilie Caratini, Philippe Caron, Hélène Chuquet, Jean Chuquet, Christophe Dos Santos, Jean-Louis Duchet, Sandrine Ferré, Manuel Gimenes, Stéphanie Gobet, Sylvie Hanote, Sophie Herment, Eric Lambert, Daniel Huber, Nicola Lampitelli, Kuniya Nasukawa, Sylvain Navarro, Raluca Nita, Boris New, Diana Passino, Cyril Perret, Anne Przewozny, Pauline Quémart, François Rigalo, Olivier Rizzolo, Yvan Rose, Tobias Scheer, Ali Tifrit, Nicolas Trapateau, Gabor Turcsan, Freiderikos Valetopoulos, Nicolas Videau, Naomi Yamagushi, Franck Zumstein

Call for Papers:

Dates:
Deadline for abstract submission: May 30, 2016
Notification of acceptance: July 4, 2016
Date and location: September 29-30, 2016, MSHS, University of Poitiers

Abstract Submission:
Abstracts should be written in English or in French. They should not exceed two pages, (A4, Times, font size 12, MS Word and PDF format) and include a title as well as selected references. Abstracts are strictly anonymous and must be downloaded at http://syllable.conference.univ-poitiers.fr, Submission Tab. Please make sure abstracts do not contain any information that may lead to the identification of the author(s). All submissions will be reviewed through a double-blind evaluation process and discussed by the scientific committee.


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