15.3535, Confs: General Ling/Oakland, CA, USA

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LINGUIST List: Vol-15-3535. Sun Dec 19 2004. ISSN: 1068 - 4875.

Subject: 15.3535, Confs: General Ling/Oakland, CA, USA

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Date: 16-Dec-2004
From: Adrienne Bruyn < a.bruyn at let.ru.nl >
Subject: Society for Pidgin and Creole Linguistics 

	
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Date: Sun, 19 Dec 2004 19:42:50
From: Adrienne Bruyn < a.bruyn at let.ru.nl >
Subject: Society for Pidgin and Creole Linguistics 
 

Society for Pidgin and Creole Linguistics 
Short Title: SPCL 2005 

Date: 07-Jan-2005 - 08-Jan-2005 
Location: Oakland, CA, United States of America 
Contact: Marlyse Baptista 
Contact Email: baptista at uga.edu 
Meeting URL: http://www.lsadc.org/annmeet/index.html

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics 

Meeting Description: 

The Society for Pidgin and Creole Linguistics will meet in Oakland, CA,
USA, January 7-8, 2005, in conjunction with the 79th Annual Meeting of the
Linguistic Society of America. 

see: http://www.lsadc.org/annmeet/index.html
     http://www.english.uga.edu/~spcl

PROGRAM

FRIDAY 7 January 2005

1A  [LSA 56]  MODELS OF CREOLIZATION
9:00  Carol Myers-Scotton (University of South Carolina):  The grammatical
abruptness of language shift: Why creolists should care
9:30  Kenny Smith (University of Edinburgh):  Understanding mechanisms of
creolization through computational modeling
10:00  Patrick-André Mather (Universidad de Puerto Rico, Río Piedras): 
Re-examining the Relexification hypothesis and the Bioprogram hypothesis in
terms of E-creolization

1B  [LSA 57]  PROSODY
9:30  Shelome Gooden (University of Pittsburgh):  Creole prosody in the
1960s: An early analysis revisited
10:00  Mark Evans (Reed College):  Rhythmic asymmetry in the prosody of
cross-varietal Englishes

10:30 - 10:50  Break

2A  [LSA 58]  SOCIOLINGUISTIC CONTEXTS
10:50  [withdrawn]
11:20  Ronald Kephart (University of North Florida):  Ecology of Creole
French on Carriacou

2B  [LSA 59]  PHONOLOGY IN CONTACT
10:50  Yuchau E. Hsiao, Keng-Chang Wu & Yi-Wen Chen (National Chengchi
University, Taipei):  Phonological influences: Taiwanese-Mandarin and
Mandarin-Taiwanese
11:20  Malcolm A. Finney (California State University, Long Beach):  The
effects of universals on the syllable structure of Krio

11:50 - 2:00  Break

3A  [LSA 60]  CREOLIZATION AND CONVERGENCE IN SOUTH ASIA
2:00  Tripti Karekatti (Shivaji University, Kohapur):  Revisiting Kupwar:
Language convergence and creolization in Karnataka-Maharashtra border villages
2:30  Stéphane Goyette (University of Ottawa):  From Sanskrit to Marathi: A
case of creolization?
3:00  Scott Paauw (State University of New York, Buffalo):  A historical
analysis of the lexicon of Sri Lanka Malay

3B  [LSA 61]  SUBSTRATE AND INNOVATION IN THE SURINAME CREOLES
2:00  Marvin Kramer (Dharma Realm Buddhist University):  Innovative and
transferred tone spread rules in Saramaccan serial verbs
2:30  Claire Lefebvre (Université du Québec, Montréal):  More on the
properties of Saramaccan táa and related lexical items
3:00  [withdrawn]

3:30 - 3:50  Break

4A  [LSA 62]  SPANISH IN CUBA
3:50  Armin Schwegler (University of California, Irvine):  Habla bozal:
Captivating new evidence from a contemporary source (Afro-Cuban Palero
''priests'' in trance)
4:20  J. Clancy Clements & Stuart Davis (Indiana University):  New evidence
on the nature of Bozal Spanish in 19th century Cuba
4:50  Don E. Walicek (University of Puerto Rico, Río Piedras): 
Chinese-Cuban Pidgin Spanish in sociohistorical context

4B  [LSA 63]  TENSE-MOOD-ASPECT
3:50  João Costa & Fernanda Pratas (Universidade Nova de Lisboa):  TMA and
adverbs are not a reliable diagnosis for a rich functional domain:Evidence
from Capeverdean
4:20  Aya Inoue (University of Hawai'i, Manoa):  A quantitative study of
the past tense reference in Hawai'i Creole English


SATURDAY 8 January 2005

5A  [LSA 64]  ISSUES OF ''CREOLENESS''
9:00  David Sutcliffe (Universitat Pompeu Fabra) & Yolanda McClung
(Independent Reseacher):  What they been know about AAE in Mississippi: The
testimony of the ancestors
9:30  Patrick Steinkrüger (ZAS, Berlin):  The creole character of Chabacano
10:00  Ian Smith (York University):  (Re)conceptualizing the creole (and
pidgin) prototype

5B  [LSA 65]  GRAMMATICALIZATION, MARKEDNESS AND SUBSTRATE
9:00  Stephen Matthews (University of Hong Kong) & Virginia Yip (Chinese
University of Hong Kong):  Contact-induced grammaticalization in early
bilingual development: The case of one-relatives
9:30  Bao Zhiming (National University of Singapore):  Markedness in creole
genesis
10:00  Kenneth M. Sumbuk (University of Papua New Guinea):  The substrate
element of verbal reduplication in Melanesian Pidgin

10:30 - 10:45  Break

6A  [LSA 66]  IDENTITY AND LANGUAGE CHOICE
0:45  Jessica White (University of Texas, Austin):  A sociohistorical
account of women and linguistic choice in creole genesis
11:15  Bettina Migge (University College Dublin):  Bilingual speech in the
Eastern Maroon community
11:45  Lars Hinrichs (Freiburg University):  Traditionally oral languages
in the New Media: Changing functions of Jamaican Creole

6B  [LSA 67]  MORPHO-SYNTAX
10:45  Dany Adone & Christian Horn (Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf):
 Compounds in Indian Ocean Creoles: Morphology or syntax?
11:15  Marco Nicolis (Università di Siena):  Free Inversion, that-t
effects, pro-drop: A view from Creoles
11:45  Maria Alexandra Fiéis & Fernanda Pratas (Universidade Nova de
Lisboa):  Reflexivity in Capeverdean: Predicate properties and sentence
structure

12:15 - 2:00  Break

7  [LSA 68]  PRAGMATIC ASPECTS OF LINGUISTIC CATEGORIES
2:00  Jorge E. Porras (Sonoma State University):  Discourse markers and
oral narrative in Afro-Iberian Creoles: A semantic, pragmatic, and textual
analysis
2:30  Lise M. Dobrin (University of Virginia):  What really distinguishes
yumi and mipela? The feature [social contrast] in Tok Pisin  

3:00 - 3:20  Break

3:20 - 5:00  SPCL BUSINESS MEETING

19:30  SPCL DINNER





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