26.1989, Confs: English, General Linguistics/France

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Subject: 26.1989, Confs: English, General Linguistics/France

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Date: Tue, 14 Apr 2015 13:26:40
From: Guillaume Jaudhuin [guillaume.jaudhuin at univ-paris3.fr]
Subject: Sorbonne Nouvelle University Graduate Linguistics Symposium 2015

 
Sorbonne Nouvelle University Graduate Linguistics Symposium 2015 
Short Title: SNUGLS 2015 

Date: 22-May-2015 - 22-May-2015 
Location: Paris, France 
Contact: Guillaume Jaudhuin 
Contact Email: snugls2015 at gmail.com 

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics 

Subject Language(s): English (eng)

Meeting Description: 

The final programme of the Sorbonne Nouvelle University Graduate Linguistics Symposium (SNUGLS) is out now. Everyone is welcome, especially graduate students! 

Camille Debras from Université Paris Ouest Nanterre-La Défense will be our SNUGLS guest speaker. After completing a PhD in English Linguistics at Université Sorbonne Nouvelle - Paris 3, she is now a maître de conférences at Université Paris Ouest Nanterre-La Défense. Her research focuses on the multimodality of spoken language, or how speakers integrate speech, prosody and gesture to co-construct meaning in the course of interaction. 

Programme:

SNUGLS 2015

Sorbonne Nouvelle University Graduate Linguistics Symposium, Institut du Monde Anglophone


Friday 22nd May 2015

10.00
Greetings from SNUGLS
Aliyah Morgenstern

10.15
Benoit Leclercq (Université de Lille 3) 
Verbal Agreement with Partitive Noun Phrases

10.45
Antonina Bondarenko (Université Paris Diderot – Paris 7)
Verbless Sentences: A Russian-English Parallel Corpus Study

11.15 Coffee Break

11.30
Saliha Ben Chikh (Université Sorbonne Nouvelle – Paris 3)
Multi-Functionality and Syntactic Position of Discourse Markers. The Case of Arabic ‘ya‘ni’ and English ‘you know’, ‘so’ and ‘then’ in Verbal Interactions

12.00
Pauline Beaupoil-Hourdel (Université Sorbonne Nouvelle – Paris 3)               
Form-Function Relationships in the Development of a Child’s Utterance Negation

12.30
Lunch and Feedback Session

14.00
Ashira B. Greene (University College London, UK)
Perceptions of the Teaching of English Literature in Lycées and Their Influences on Its Use

14.30
Mélodie Garnier (University of Nottingham, UK)
Should Teachers Pitch in? Exploring L2 Knowledge of Phrasal Verbs

15.00 Coffee Break

15.10
Marine Riou (Université Paris 3 & Université Paris 7)
A Prosodic Cue to Topic Transition in American English Interaction: Expanded Pitch Range

15.40
Joanna Hardukiewicz-Chojnowska (University of Wrocław, Poland)
The Multimodal Nature of Humor in Metaphor-Based The New Yorker Cartoons. Cognitive Study with the Application of Eye-Tracking Methodology

16.15
Coffee Break: Feedback Session and Best Presentation Award

17.00
Camille Debras (Université Paris Ouest Nanterre-La Défense)
Keynote Speaker
How Videotaped Speech Corpora Challenge the Written Language Bias in Linguistics

Organisation Committee:

Guillaume Jaudhuin
Leslie Tahan
Pascale Manoïlov

Scientific Committee Coordinator:

Aliyah Morgenstern

Founding Members:

Aliyah Morgenstern
Simon Harrison

Organised by SeSyLiA / PRISMES EA 4398 
Financial support EDEAGE ED 514

Free admission / No reservation required





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