15.3442, Confs: Language Acquisition / Siena, Italy

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Subject: 15.3442, Confs: Language Acquisition / Siena, Italy

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Date: 07-Dec-2004
From: Adriana Belletti < Belletti at unisi.it >
Subject: Generative Approaches to Language Acquisition 2005



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Date: Wed, 08 Dec 2004 17:08:03
From: Adriana Belletti < Belletti at unisi.it >
Subject:  Generative Approaches to Language Acquisition 2005


Generative Approaches to Language Acquisition 2005
Short Title: GALA 2005

Date: 08-Sep-2005 - 10-Sep-2005
Location: Siena, Italy
Contact: Adriana Belletti
Contact Email: gala2005 at unisi.it
Meeting URL: http://www.unisi.it/eventi/gala2005

Linguistic Field(s): Language Acquisition; Linguistic Theories;
Neurolinguistics; Psycholinguistics

Meeting Description:

The GALA Conference has been characterized over the years by a peculiar
comparative character, with talks ranging from research on L1, adult and
child L2, bilingual acquisition, to developmental and acquired language
pathologies of different sorts. The theoretically oriented studies on
language acquisition and language pathology has permitted significant
advances in these research areas, and at the same time has provided novel
kinds of evidence for the refinement of linguistic theory.

Within this trend of studies, the conference will be introduced by a
workshop to be held in the morning of Thursday September 8th, devoted to:
'Comparative Studies of Acquisition and Pathology: the Role of Linguistic
Theory'.

The main conference will focus on L1, L2, Bilingual Acquisition, Language
Pathologies in Phonology, Morphology, Syntax, Morphosyntax, Semantics,
Pragmatics in different languages and different settings, and on Sign
Language and Brain Imaging research for acquisition and pathology.

The 2005 GALA Conference will be held in Siena, September 8-10.

We encourage submissions on different areas and modes of first, second and
bilingual language acquisition and language pathology, on Sign language, on
comparative acquisition studies, on brain imaging research for acquisition
and pathology, and on the theoretical relevance of the issues raised by
acquisition and pathology.

Invited speakers for the main conference:
Sergey Avrutin
University of Utrecht
Nina Hyams
UCLA
Jacques Mehler
SISSA, Trieste
Antonella Sorace
University of Edinburgh

The conference will be preceded by a workshop on ''Comparative
studies of acquisition and pathology: the role of linguistic theory''

Invited speaker for the workshop:
Yosef Grodzinsky
Mc Gill University





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