[EDLING:362] Fwd: Fwd: [FUNKNET] Colloquium - Haiim B. Rosen’s Contributions to Israeli Hebrew

Tamara Warhol warholt at DOLPHIN.UPENN.EDU
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> From: Ron Kuzar <kuzar at research.haifa.ac.il>
> Date: 30 October, 2004 3:30:01 AM EDT
> To: Funknet at mailman.rice.edu
> Cc: Subject: [FUNKNET] Colloquium - Haiim B. Rosen’s Contributions to
> Israeli Hebrew
> Reply-To: Ron Kuzar <kuzar at research.haifa.ac.il>
>
> Colloquium - Haiim B. Rosen’s Contributions to Israeli Hebrew
> 12 December 2004: 11:00-17:30
> Eshkol Tower, Observation Gallery (Mitzpor), 30th floor.
> University of Haifa
>
> Since its emergence, Israeli Hebrew had been considered a revived
> language, whose structure is still unstable, thus defying research of
> its regularities. Professor Haiim B. Rosen (1922-1999) was the first
> linguist to declare in the early 1950s that Israeli Hebrew is a normal
> language, with a regular grammatical system, worthy of its own
> research. Along with this principled declaration, Rosen published
> books and articles on the structure of Israeli Hebrew, which are still
> a great source of inspiration for current research.
>
> In this colloquium we are going to take a critical view at Rosen’s
> contributions to the study of Israeli Hebrew in five domains:
> phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, and the question of
> continuity and innovation (the problem of “revival”) of Hebrew.
>
> The colloquium is in Hebrew.
>
> Printed invitations in Hebrew will be sent out in a few days,
> primarily to linguistics and Hebrew language departments in Israeli
> Universities and colleges. If you are not in these categories and you
> wish to receive a printed invitation, please drop me a note at
> kuzar at research.haifa.ac.il .
>
> Program:
>
> 10:30 - Coffee
> 11:00 - Opening notes
> 11:15 - Shmuel Bolozky: Rosen's contribution to the understanding of
> the role of sonority in Israeli Hebrew phonology
> 12:15 - Ora Schwarzwald	: Morphemes, stems and alternants in Rosen's
> theory: Source and outcome
> 13:15 - Lunch
> 14:30 - Edit Doron: Rosen on the semantics of the Hebrew tense system
> 15:30 - Ron Kuzar: Rosen’s sentence patterns of Israeli Hebrew
> 16:30 - Ghil`ad Zuckermann: The Israeli language as an object of
> independent study: The importance of Rosen's approach to the
> demystification of the "Hebrew revival"
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> 				Dr. Ron Kuzar
> Address:		Department of English Language and Literature
> 				University of Haifa
> 				IL-31905 Haifa, Israel
> Office:			+972-4-824-9826, Fax: +972-4-824-9711
> Home:			+972-2-641-4780, Mobile: +972-54-481-9676
> Email:			kuzar at research.haifa.ac.il
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Tamara Warhol
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Graduate School of Education
University of Pennsylvania
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