14.860, Calls: La partition en langue/Ling Typology & Korean

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Subject: 14.860, Calls: La partition en langue/Ling Typology & Korean

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1)
Date:  Mon, 24 Mar 2003 16:14:33 +0100
From:  Colloque Partition <collpart at umb.u-strasbg.fr>
Subject:  LA PARTITION EN LANGUE ET EN DISCOURS

2)
Date:  Sat, 22 Mar 2003 12:43:38 +1200
From:  Jae Jung Song <jaejung.song at stonebow.otago.ac.nz>
Subject:  Linguistic Typology & Korean Language Acquisition

-------------------------------- Message 1 -------------------------------

Date:  Mon, 24 Mar 2003 16:14:33 +0100
From:  Colloque Partition <collpart at umb.u-strasbg.fr>
Subject:  LA PARTITION EN LANGUE ET EN DISCOURS


2ème APPEL A COMMUNICATION

COLLOQUE INTERNATIONAL
STRASBOURG, UNIVERSITE MARC BLOCH, 6-8 NOVEMBRE 2003

LA PARTITION EN LANGUE ET EN DISCOURS

Il existe une abondante littérature consacrée à la relation
partie/tout, abordée principalement sous l'angle de la sémantique
lexicale (relation dite de méronymie/partonymie) ou sous celui des
configurations discursives que constituent notamment les anaphores
associatives (Nous entrâmes dans un village. L'église). Quant à
l'opération de partition, elle est généralement abordée avec la
question des quantificateurs (p.e. dans la théorie des quantificateurs
généralisés) qui délimitent, entre autres, des ensembles d'ensembles.

Sans exclure ces aspects, le colloque accueille toutes les
contributions, portant sur le français ou sur d'autres langues,
susceptibles de répondre aux questions suivantes :
- comment définir la relation de partition en langue, en discours ?
- quel rapport existe-t-il entre partition et quantification ?
- quelles sont les formes, les structures exprimant la partition aux
différents niveaux de l'analyse linguistique (morphologie, lexique,
syntaxe, discours, etc ?
- quelle évolution et quels processus de grammaticalisation ces outils
ont-ils connus au fil du temps ?
- quelle définition opératoire donner dans la langue et la métalangue
à des noms tels que totalité/tout/ensemble/groupe/classe/collection,
 ; part/partie/portion, etc. ;
- quelle a été la productivité lexicale de ces unités dans la
constitution d'autres formes exprimant la partition (part : à part
Paul, personne n'avait faim, de part en part, quelque part, etc.) ?

La durée des exposés est de 35 mn (discussion comprise) La publication
des actes est prévue.

Calendrier :
Proposition de communication : à envoyer pour le 15 avril 2003 Les
propositions sont à envoyer à : Colloque.Partition at umb.u-strasbg.fr
- Le nom, le prénom, l'affiliation et le titre de la communication
seront sur une page à part
- Sur une 1 page max. figureront le titre, l'argumentaire, les
exemples et les références bibliographiques

Notification d'acceptation : 15 juin 2003

Comité d'organisation : C. Benninger, B. Combettes, G. Kleiber, J.-C.
Pellat, C. Schnedecker, A. Theissen

Comité scientifique : J.-C. Anscombre (CNRS, LLI), A.-M. Berthonneau
(Lille III), C. Buridant (Strasbourg II), B. Combettes (Nancy II),
J.H. Deulofeu (Aix en Provence), N. Flaux (Arras), C. Guimier (Caen),
A. Hamm (Strasbourg II), M. Herslund (Copenhague), J. Jayez (Lyon),
G. Kleiber (Strasbourg II), L. Kupferman (Tel Aviv), R. Martin (Paris
IV), L. Mélis (Leuven), M.A. Morel (Paris III), C. Muller (Bordeaux),
H. Nølke (Aarhus), D. Paillard (CNRS), M.-P. Péry-Woodley
(Toulouse), M. Riegel (Strasbourg II), R. Sock (Strasbourg II),
I. Tamba (EHESS), S. Vogeleer (B


-------------------------------- Message 2 -------------------------------

Date:  Sat, 22 Mar 2003 12:43:38 +1200
From:  Jae Jung Song <jaejung.song at stonebow.otago.ac.nz>
Subject:  Linguistic Typology & Korean Language Acquisition

CALL FOR PAPERS

We are calling for papers on the topic of Linguistic Typology and
Korean Language Acquisition. Accepted papers will be published in a
single volume in the Saffron Korean Linguistics Series (Eastern Art
Publishing, London, http://www.eapgroup.com).

One of the areas to which linguistic typology (and language
universals) can be usefully applied is language acquisition, be it
first or second language acquisition. The interaction between language
universals research and language acquisition research -- the
recognition of which goes back to Jakobson's Kindersprache, Aphasie
und Allgemeine Lautgesetze (1941) -- has been discussed in detail in
recent introductory texts on linguistic typology, e.g. Song's
Linguistic Typology: Morphology and Syntax (Pearson Education:
2001). The proposed volume seeks to explore this in the context of
Korean L1 and L2 acquisition data.

Some of the general issues to be dealt with in the volume include: the
role of language universals in explaining the L1 and L2 acquisition
processes or sequences; the role of language acquisition in the study
of language universals; L2 areas of difficulty that do not arise from
native language-target language differences; (re-)evaulation of
acquisition data in the light of recent developments in linguistic
typology; the role of language universals in L1 transfer; pedagogical
implications of the interaction between language universals research
and language acquisition research; and the like.

We are looking for original or unpublished papers that are not
simultaneously considered for publication elsewhere. Expressions of
interest in the form of a 250 word abstract should reach the editors
by 31 May 2003 (preferably in Word as an e-mail attachment). Authors
whose abstracts are accepted will be invited to submit full papers for
further consideration. All papers will be reviewed by independent
readers.

Editors of the proposed volume:

Jae Jung Song, University of Otago, NZ
<jaejung.song at stonebow.otago.ac.nz>

Jaehoon Yeon, University of London, UK <jy1 at soas.ac.uk>




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