Final Symposium for the ERC project SINOTYPE (Wednesday 26th June)

Final Symposium for the ERC “Sinotype” project/
Symposium final pour le projet ERC « Sinotype »
“THE HYBRID SYNTACTIC TYPOLOGY OF SINITIC LANGUAGES”
Mercredi 26 juin/ Wednesday 26th June, 2013
Salle 7, 105 bd Raspail, 75006, Paris
Programme

08:30-08:40 Welcome and opening speech
08:40-08:55 Hilary CHAPPELL Introduction: Typological overview of Sinitic
languages
09:00-09:45 Redouane DJAMOURI The grammaticalization of the modal particle shuo and
shuozhe in the Tangwang language 唐汪话里语气词 “说”、“说着” 的语法化过程
09:45-10:30 Hilário DE SOUSA What is Pinghua? Some typological features of
Nanning Pinghua
10:30-11:00 Coffee break
11:00-11:45  Sing Sing NGAI Shaowu: A typological profile of a hybrid dialect of
Min and Gan
11:45-12:30  CHEN Weirong Special features of Southern Min represented by the
Hui’an dialect
12:30-13:15   LI XuPing Gan Chinese: transiting from north to south or from
west to east
13:15-14:30 Lunch
14:30-15:15 Hilary CHAPPELL Xianghua: Typology of an isolated Sinitic language
15:15-16:00 LÜ Shanshan Caijia: A syntactic typological profile
16:00-16:45 WANG Jian A sketch of the Jixi dialect: a typological perspective
16:45-17:15 Coffee break
17:15-18:00 CHEN Yujie A profile of the Shangshui dialect: a typological
perspective
18:00-18:45 Christine LAMARRE
In search for Pan-Sinitic features: the case of stativizing suffixes for posture and
placement verbs
18:45- Discussants General discussion

principal discussants:
Katia CHIRKOVA, PLÉH Csaba, Rint SYBESMA and Alice VITTRANT
Hilary CHAPPELL Closing speech

 

« Typologie des Phrases Complexes dans les Langues Sinitiques » Séminaire à l’EHESS Programme des séminaires pour février-mars 2013

« Typologie des Phrases Complexes dans les Langues Sinitiques »

Séminaire à l’EHESS

Programme des séminaires pour février-mars 2013

 

Lieu 地点:

 

Les mardis : Le séminaire se déroulera de 17h à 19h dans la salle 3, RDC, Noyau B, au bâtiment « Le France », 190-198 avenue de France, 75013, Paris.

Les jeudis : Le séminaire se déroulera de 16h à 18h au Sinotype Research Laboratory, RDC, 4bis rue Küss, 75013, Paris.

 

le mardi 12 février 2013. Salle 3, RDC, Noyau B, « Le France » de 17h à 19h

Prof. Hilary CHAPPELL 曹茜蕾 « Modality in Waxiang, an unaffiliated language of Hunan»

 

le jeudi 14 février 2013 de 11h à 13h:

Dr WANG Jian 王健  « Modality in Jixi Hui »

 

(H. Chappell fera une présentation à l’Université Stendhal à Grenoble le 15 février 2013 et partira jeudi dans l’après-midi. Par conséquence, l’heure du séminaire sera avancée à 11h.)

 

le mardi 19 février 2013. Salle 3, RDC, Noyau B, « Le France » de 17h à 19h

Dr XuPing LI 李旭平 « Modality in the Yichun dialect of Gan»

 

le jeudi 21 février 2013. 4bis rue Küss, 75013, Paris de 16h à 18h

Dr Weirong CHEN 陈伟荣 « Modality in the Hui’an dialect of Southern Min »

 

le mardi 26 février 2013.. Salle 3, RDC, Noyau B, « Le France » de 17h à 19h

Ms. Sing Sing NGAI 倪星星 « Modality in the Shaowu dialect of Western Min »

 

le jeudi 28 février 2013. 4bis rue Küss, 75013, Paris de 16h à 18h

Dr Hilario de SOUSA 苏沙  « Modality in the Nanning dialect of Pinghua »

 

Mardi 5 mars 2013. Salle 3, RDC, Noyau B, « Le France » de 17h à 19h

Hilary CHAPPELL 曹茜蕾 « Complex clauses in Waxiang: conditional constructions and temporal clauses »

 

Jeudi 7 mars 2013. 4bis rue Küss, 75013, Paris de 16h à 18h

LIU Huali 刘华丽  Tsing Hua University, China/EHESS

« The evolution of “deng/dai” causative construction in Modern Chinese 汉语 »等/待 »使役结构的历时发展 »

Mardi 12 mars 2013. Salle 3, RDC, Noyau B, « Le France » de 17h à 19h

XuPing LI 李旭平«Adverbs in the Yichun dialect of Gan»

 

Jeudi 14 mars 2013. 4bis rue Küss, 75013, Paris de 16h à 18h

Weirong CHEN 陈伟蓉 « Complex sentence structures in Hui’an Southern Min »

 

Mardi 19 mars 2013. Salle 3, RDC, Noyau B, « Le France » de 17h à 19h

Hilario de SOUSA 苏沙 « Complex sentence structures in Nanning Pinghua »

 

Jeudi  21 mars 2013. 4bis rue Küss, 75013, Paris de 16h à 18h

Sing Sing NGAI 倪星星« Complex sentence structures in Shaowu (Minxi) »

 

Mardi 26 mars 2013. 4bis rue Küss, 75013, Paris de 16h à 18h (note : change of address)

Team work on elicitation questionnaires for complex sentences

 

Jeudi  28 mars 2013. 4bis rue Küss, 75013, Paris de 16h à 18h

Team meeting Topic TBA

Avril-Mai : No seminars/Pause

Most of the ERC Sinotype team will be away on field trips to China for their individual projects during this period/ La plupart de l’équipe Sinotype de l’ERC sera en mission en Chine lors des mois d’avril et de mai.

 

Upcoming major event / événement majeur à venir :

Mercredi 26 juin 2013: Final Symposium for the Sinotype project

“The Hybrid Syntactic Typology of Sinitic Languages”

Salle 7, 105 bd Raspail, 75006, Paris

Programme to be announced.

Autumn seminars from September to November, 2012. ERC SINOTYPE 秋季研讨会

« TYPOLOGIE LINGUISTIQUE DES LANGUES SINITIQUES » 汉语方言类型学讲座

Autumn seminars from September to November, 2012  秋季研讨会

In the framework of the ERC project « The hybrid syntactic typology of Sinitic languages » and the research programme of Team 1,  CRLAO  “Typologie et diachronie des langues sino-tibétaines en Asie orientale”, you are cordially invited to the following seminars:

 

欧盟科研理事会 SINOTYPE 研究项目诚邀您参加以下的研讨会:

 

Venue 地点:

Seminars will be held at 4, rue Küss 75013 Paris.

研究进展报告会将于巴黎十三区4 rue Küss举行。

 

Time 时间: 16:00 – 18:00

 

 

Thursday 20 September 2012

Weirong CHEN 陈伟蓉

“Phonological reduction and grammaticalization”

 

Tuesday 25 September 2012

XuPing LI 李旭平 “Coordination and subordination in Yichun Gan”

 

Tuesday 2 October 2012

Jian WANG  王键:

“How to ask for WHO without who: A typological study of interrogative words in Sinitic languages”

 

Thursday 4 October 2012 

Hilary CHAPPELL曹茜蕾:

“Language contact in Northwestern Hunan, China: Stratification and hybridization in Waxiang”

 

Tuesday 9 October 2012

Hilário de SOUSA 苏沙:

“Clause structure in Nanning Pinghua”

 

Thursday 11 October 2012

Sing Sing NGAI 倪星星

“Clause structure in Shaowu (Minxi)”

 

 

16th October – 31st October (Conference on Chinese Dialect Grammar in Sichuan; 第六届汉语方言语法国际学术研讨会Sino-Tibetan Conference in Singapore 45th International Conference on Sino-Tibetan Languages and Linguistics — ICSTLL45)

 

 

Tuesday 6 November 2012

“Ditransitives and double object constructions in Sinitic languages” Part I

Sinotype team discussion

 

Thursday 8 November 2012

“Ditransitives and double object constructions in Sinitic languages” Part II

Sinotype team discussion

 

Tuesday 13 November 2012

“Adverbs in Sinitic languages” Part I

Sinotype team discussion

 

Thursday 15 November 2012

Hilário de SOUSA 苏沙:

“The Southern Sinitic languages at the edge of Mainland Southeast Asia”

 

Tuesday 20 November 2012

“Comparative constructions in Sinitic languages” Part I

Sinotype team discussion

 

Thursday 22 November 2012

“Comparative constructions in Sinitic languages” Part II

Sinotype team discussion

 

Tuesday 27 November 2012

XuPing LI 李旭平 “Sentence-final particles in Yichun Gan”

 

Thursday 29 November 2012

“Adverbs in Sinitic languages” Part II

Sinotype team discussion

 

 

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The 20th Annual Conference of the International Association of Chinese Linguistics

The 20th Annual Conference of the International Association of Chinese Linguistics (IACL-20) will be held from August 29 to September 2, 2012 at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University. The Call for Papers is in the Announcements section of this website.

IACL-20    The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
http://www.iacl-20.cbs.polyu.edu.hk/
Aug 29 – Sept 2, 2012
Abstracts are invited for talks on any fields of Chinese linguistics or linguistic studies of languages in China. Each talk will be 15 minutes, followed by a 10-minute discussion. Submissions are limited to one individual and one joint abstract per author. Abstracts should be submitted online through http://linguistlist.org/confcustom/iacl2012 (the preferred method). Alternatively, abstracts can be submitted to the conference email: iacl2012hk@gmail.com. For email submission, please include the word ABSTRACT in the subject line of the e-mail. In the body of the email message, please include (1) the name of the author(s), (2) affiliation(s), (3) abstract title, and (4) an e-mail address. Please name the file in the following way:
For single-authored papers: LastName_FirstName.pdf
For co-authored papers: LastName_FirstName_co.pdf (list only the first author)
(For example, Wang Xiaomei would name her file as Wang_Xiaomei.pdf, or Wang_Xiaomei_co.pdf for co-authored paper)
Please stick to following format guidelines:
• Abstracts should be saved in the form of a PDF or DOC document, and all non-standard fonts should be embedded in the document.
• Abstracts are limited to one page (using 2.5 cm or 1 inch margins on all sides), including examples and (selected) references.
• Abstracts should be anonymous, and can be written in English or Chinese:
o For English: Please use standard Times New Roman font, size 12 pt
o For Chinese: Please use Songti font 宋体or SimSun, size ‘small 4’
Abstracts should be submitted no later than April 20 (extended deadline). The result will be notified around June 1.
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Those who wish to be considered in the Young Scholar Award (YSA), Mantaro J. Hashimoto Award (MJH), and Interdisciplinary Research Award (IRA) should submit both the abstract and the full paper directly to the conference email: iacl2012hk@gmail.com, before April 20, 2012. Please include the word YSA in the subject line of the e-mail. In the body of the message, please include (1) the name of the author, (2) affiliation and academic rank, (3) age, (4) paper title, and (5) an e-mail address. Please also refer to the guidelines below:
GUIDELINES FOR THE YSA/MJH/IRA COMPETITIONS
The Young Scholar Award Guideline
The YSA competition is an innovative attempt by the IACL to promote, recognize, and encourage scholarship by young scholars. A “young scholar” is someone who is 35 years of age or below in the year of the conference and whose current rank is below that of Associate Professor in the Chinese and American university systems and below that of Senior Lecturer in the British system. Only members of IACL are eligible to participate in the competition;
non-members must be prepared to join IACL at the time of participation. The YSA competition is held once a year in conjunction with the IACL annual conference. A call for papers is issued by the IACL conference organizer, normally with a deadline earlier than the usual conference abstract deadline. Participants are each required to submit a full paper of not more than 25 pages in length to the organizing committee, attaching a letter giving his or her age in 2012 as well as his or her present academic rank. All submissions for the YSA competition must be original papers that have not been published, accepted for publication, nor presented at a major conference and to appear in its proceedings. Previous award winners are not allowed to re-enter the competition. The same paper cannot be re-submitted.
A maximum of 5 (normally 2-4) finalists will be selected, each awarded a travel subsidy (of around $500) and invited to the IACL conference to make an oral presentation at a special session organized for this purpose, before a panel of judges chaired by the IACL President (the review committee of any given year may also recommend that no finalist be invited). The author of the best paper selected by the panel will be honored at the banquet of the annual conference and presented with an award certificate.
Mantaro J. Hashimoto (MJH) Award for Chinese Historical Phonology Guideline
This new award is an annual prize in the amount of US $500, donated by Professor Anne Yue in memory of the eminent linguist and Sinologist, Professor Mantaro J. Hashimoto. It is offered as an encouragement to young scholars who wish to devote themselves to the study of Chinese historical phonology, a field in which Professor Hashimoto was especially interested and to which he made numerous important contributions.
The prize will be administered as part of the Young Scholar Award process. All YSA papers submitted in the field of Chinese historical phonology will automatically be concurrently considered for the MJH Award. Applicants should follow the published YSA guidelines in preparing their submissions. All regulations, restrictions, selection criteria, and judging standards current in the YSA process will apply to papers considered for the MJH Award, with the exception that MJH submissions must deal specifically with the area of historical phonology.
The Interdisciplinary Research Award (IRA) Guideline
This award is an annual prize in the amount of US $500, established in the honor of Professor Hsin-I Hsieh for his immense contributions to the IACL and to the field of Chinese Linguistics. The award is offered as a token of encouragement to young scholars who wish to devote themselves to interdisciplinary studies in Chinese linguistics. The prize will be administered as part of the Young Scholar Award (YSA) process. All papers with an interdisciplinary approach submitted for YSA will automatically be concurrently considered for this Interdisciplinary Research Award.
Applicants should follow the published YSA guidelines in preparing their submissions. All regulations, restrictions, and selection criteria adopted in the YSA process will apply to the papers considered for the Interdisciplinary Research Award, with the exception that these submissions must have an interdisciplinary focus, which includes interface studies (phonology-syntax, morph-syntax, syntax-semantics, etc.), studies which combine diachronic and synchronic approaches, those that combine methodologies from different frameworks (formal, functional, typological, etc.), or those that combine linguistics and other disciplines (literature, anthropology, sociology, psychology, computer science, etc.).
For past winners and more information of these awards, please go to the IACL website:
http://www.iacling.org/ysa.htm
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Important Dates:
Conference Dates: Aug 29 – Sept 2, 2012
Abstract (incl. YSA/MJH/IRA full paper) Submission Deadline: Apr 20, 2012
Early Registration Deadline: July 16, 2012
Please send any inquiries to:
iacl2012hk@gmail.com
The Program Committee
IACL-20, the Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong
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國際中國語言學學會第20屆年會(IACL-20)第二號通告
香港理工大學
http://www.iacl-20.cbs.polyu.edu.hk/
國際中國語言學學會(International Association of Chinese Linguistics)第 20屆年會將於2012年8月29日至9月2日在香港理工大學召開。會議誠摯邀請世界各 地從事漢語語言學和中國境內語言研究的 學者、學生踴躍參加。
一、大會論文提要徵集準備在會上宣讀論文的學者須提交論文提要, 每位報名者在 一篇獨立完成的論文提要之外最多還可提交一篇合寫的提要。論文宣讀的時間為15 分鐘, 並有10分鐘的討論時間。我們希望您可以透過互聯網(網際網路)繳交論文提 要,網址為: http://linguistlist.org/confcustom/iacl2012
或者,您也可以將論文提要透過電子郵件的方式繳交至大會電子郵寄地址: iacl2012hk@gmail.com 。如以電子郵件繳交,請於郵件標題處寫上ABSTRACT,並 在電子郵件內文處標明以下的內容:(1)作者姓名;(2)研究領域;(3)論 文題目;(4) 電子郵寄地址,並請用以下方式命名您的文件:
• 獨立寫作的論文:姓_名.pdf
• 合寫的論文:姓_名_co.pdf(僅列出第一作者) (例:王大明的論文提要需命名 為 王_大明.pdf,或與他人合寫的論文為, 王_大明_co.pdf)
敬請遵照以下格式來書寫您的提要:
• 提要的檔案格式須為 .pdf或.doc,可用中文或英文書寫。
o 英文:請用標準的Times New Roman字體,12號字體;
o 中文:請用宋體或SimSun,小四號字體。
• 提要長度不超過一頁A4/letter 紙(包含例句與參考書目)。若有特殊符號與字 體,請隨檔提供該符號或字體檔案。
• 提要須為匿名(請同時避免任何可能透露作者身分的內容)
論文提要請在2012年4月20日前繳交。審核的結果將於2012年6月1日左右公佈。
二、青年學者獎(包含YSA獎、MJH獎、IRA獎)論文徵集
為獎掖青年學者,促進中國語言學研究的發展,本屆IACL年會循例設置“青年學者 獎(YSA)”、“橋本萬太郎漢語歷史音韻學獎(MJH)”、及 “跨學科研究獎 (IRA)”三種獎項,並組織論文競賽。參選資格為:
(1)候選者在2012年當年不超過35周歲、且職稱在副教授以下(不包括副教授)
(2)曾經獲得IACL往屆年會上述獎項者不得參加本次論文競賽。
(3)曾經入圍IACL往屆年會論文決賽、但未獲獎項者,符合第一項條件的,仍然 可以參加本次論文競賽,但不得提交與往屆入圍決賽論文相同的論 文。
欲參加論文競賽者請於2012年4月20日前提交提要與完整的論文:
(1)獨立完成的論文全文1份。刪去作者姓名、致謝及其它可能透露作者身份的資 訊;全文長度不超過A4/letter紙25頁。
(2)上述全文之論文提要1份。亦須刪去作者姓名、致謝及其它可能透露作者身份 的資訊;長度不超過A4/letter紙1頁。
(3)參賽者資訊1份。包括論文題目、姓名、年齡、工作或就學單位、工作職稱、 email 地址。請將資料列於電子郵件的內文處
其他格式同大會提要要求。請將檔通過附件傳送至 iacl2012hk@gmail.com,並在 電子郵件的標題列寫上YSA。
競賽論文經匿名評審專家評審初選入圍者,邀請赴本次會議參加決賽,並根據路途 距離獲得不超出500美元的旅途補貼。最終的優勝者將獲得獎勵證書和 獎金。
(有關其他詳情,請參閱英文版的通告)
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国际中国语言学学会第20届年会(IACL-20)第二号通告
香港理工大学
http://www.iacl-20.cbs.polyu.edu.hk/
国际中国语言学学会(International Association of Chinese Linguistics)第 20届年会将于2012年8月29日至9月2日在香港理工大学召开。会议诚挚邀请世界各 地从事汉语语言学和中国境内语言研究的 学者、学生踊跃参加。
一、大会论文提要征集准备在会上宣读论文的学者须提交论文提要, 每位报名者在 一篇独立完成的论文提要之外最多还可提交一篇合写的提要。论文宣读的时间为15 分钟, 并有10分钟的讨论时间。我们希望您可以透过互联网缴交论文提要,网址 为:http://linguistlist.org/confcustom /iacl2012。
或者,您也可以将论文提要透过电子邮件的方式缴交至大会电子邮件地址: iacl2012hk@gmail.com 。如以电子邮件缴交,请于邮件标题处写上ABSTRACT,并 在电子邮件内文处标明以下的内容:(1)作者姓名;(2)研究领域;(3)论 文题目;(4) 电子邮件地址,并请用以下方式命名您的文件:
• 独立写作的论文:姓_名.pdf
• 合写的论文:姓_名_co.pdf(仅列出第一作者) (例:王大明的论文提要需命名 为王_大明.pdf,或与他人合写的论文为,王_大明_co.pdf)
敬请遵照以下格式来书写您的提要:
• 提要的文件格式须为 .pdf或.doc,可用中文或英文书写。英文:请用标准的 Times New Roman字体,12号字体;中文:请用宋体或SimSun,小四号字体。
• 提要长度不超过一页A4/letter 纸(包含例句与参考书目)。若有特殊符号与字 体,请随文件提供该符号或字体档案。
• 提要须为匿名(请同时避免任何可能透露作者身分的内容)
论文提要请在2012年4月20日前缴交。审核的结果将于2012年6月1日左右公布。
二、青年学者奖(包含YSA奖、MJH奖、IRA奖)论文征集
为奖掖青年学者,促进中国语言学研究的发展,本届IACL年会循例设置“青年学者 奖(YSA)”、“桥本万太郎汉语历史音韵学奖(MJH)”、及 “跨学科研究奖 (IRA)”三种奖项,并组织论文竞赛。参选资格为:
(1)候选者在2012年当年不超过35周岁、且职称在副教授以下(不包括副教授) (2)曾经获得IACL往届年会上述奖项者不得参加本次论文竞 赛。
(3)曾经入围IACL往届年会论文决赛、但未获奖项者,符合第一项条件的,仍然 可以参加本次论文竞赛,但不得提交与往届入围决赛论文相同的论 文。
欲参加论文竞赛者请于2012年4月20日前提交提要与完整的论文:
(1)独立完成的论文全文1份。删去作者姓名、致谢及其它可能透露作者身份的信 息;全文长度不超过A4/letter纸25页。
(2)上述全文之论文提要1份。亦须删去作者姓名、致谢及其它可能透露作者身份 的信息;长度不超过A4/letter纸1页。
(3)参赛者信息1份。包括论文题目、姓名、年龄、工作或就学单位、工作职称、 email 地址。请将数据列于电子邮件的内文处
其他格式同大会论文提要要求。请将文件通过附件传送至iacl2012hk@gmail.com, 并在电子邮件的标题栏写上YSA。
竞赛论文经匿名评审专家评审初选入围者,邀请赴本次会议参加决赛,并根据路途 距离获得不超出500美元的旅途补贴。最终的优胜者将获得奖励证书和 奖金。
(有关其他详情,请参阅英文版的通告)

 

 

Symposium on the Attributive Particle in Chinese Dialects

Symposium on the Attributive Particle in Chinese Dialects

The Chinese University of Hong Kong
June 8-9, 2011

We are pleased to announce that the « Symposium on the Attributive Particle in Chinese Dialects » will be held on June 8-9, 2011 at The Chinese University of Hong Kong and invite submissions of abstracts for papers (20-minute presentation plus 10-minute discussion) on the syntax of the attributive particle in Chinese dialects. Abstracts should be sent by email attachment by March 31, 2011. Please visit our website http://www.chi.cuhk.edu.hk/rcc/de/ for the details.

Organizing Committee
Department of Chinese Language and Literature
The Chinese University of Hong Kong

第七届海峡两岸汉语语法史研讨会征文

第七届海峡两岸汉语语法史研讨会拟于2011年8月下旬在浙江金华举行。此届研讨会由北京大学汉语语言学研究中心、中国社会科学院语言研究所、清华大学人文学院、浙江师范大学人文学院联合主办,浙江师范大学人文学院承办。谨此向两岸三地同仁公开征集论文。凡希望参加讨论会的学者,请于2011年3月底之前将论文全文或详细提要寄至: jiangxiaoling@zjnu.cn或yxj1369@126.com,并请注明姓名、单位、职称、地址和邮箱等相关信息。论文经专家审读通过后,将于2011年5月底寄发正式邀请函。有关研讨会的具体信息(包括会议日程安排等),将在邀请函中予以说明。

“第七届海峡两岸汉语语法史研讨会”筹备组
2011年11月18日

EACL 7 (Venice, Italy)

The Seventh Conference of the European Association of Chinese Linguistics will be held on September 13, 14, 15, 2011, at Ca’ Foscari University in Venice, Italy. The conference is hosted by the Department of East Asian Studies and the Department of Language Sciences at Ca’ Foscari University. Registration is on September 12, 2011.

The organization committee of EACL-7 cordially invites abstracts for 20-minute talks (plus a 10-minute discussion) in all areas of Chinese linguistics. Abstracts in the field of Teaching Chinese as a Foreign Language will not be considered. Abstracts may also be submitted for the two panels outlined below.

Each person may submit no more than one single-authored abstract in addition to one joint-authored abstract. The requirements for the submission are given below:

1) The abstract should be no more than one A4 or letter-size page in length. For English: Times New Roman font, size 12 pt (single space). For Chinese: Songti font 宋体, size ‘small 4’.
2) Please indicate the topic on the upper corner of your abstract (e.g. phonetics, phonology, lexicology, morphology, syntax, semantics, discourse/pragmatics, Chinese traditional phonology and philology, historical syntax, prosodic syntax, historical comparative linguistics, sociolinguistics, cognitive linguistics, psycholinguistics, neurolinguistics, language acquisition, syntax-semantics interface, language contact, etc.)
3) Three to five key words must be provided to indicate the framework, topic, language(s), or dialect(s) of your paper.
4) Abstracts must reflect new research.
5) Only EACL members can present papers. To become a member of EACL, please fill in the registration form:
6) For Membership information please click here
7) E-mail 2 copies of the abstract to eacl2011@gmail.comThis e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it and to linda.badan@gmail.comThis e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , (a) one abstract in MS Word DOC format which includes the author’s name(s), affiliation(s), and e-mail address(es); and (b) the other abstract in PDF format identified by title only (for anonymous review).
8) The deadline for submission of abstracts is January 30, 2011.
9) Notification of abstract acceptance or rejection can be expected by March 31, 2011.

Special panels:

« Classical Chinese » For information, please contact Barbara Meisterernst (ddurkin AT aol.com)

“Chinese and typology” For information, please contact Guglielmo Cinque (cinque AT unive.it)

Confirmed keynote speakers:

C.-T. James Huang (Cambridge, Mass.)
Christine Lamarre (Paris)
Federico Masini (Rome)
Luigi Rizzi (Siena)
Rint Sybesma (Leiden)

Conference languages: English, French, Mandarin Chinese

Registration fees : € 25 for students, € 40 for non-students
Student status will have to be certified.

Contact persons

§ Dr. Magda ABBIATI, local organizer
magda AT unive.it
§ Dr. Linda BADAN, EACL Vice-President and local organizer
linda.badan AT gmail.com
§ Dr. Guglielmo CINQUE, local organizer
cinque AT unive.it

Conférence de Dr Jian WANG

Conférence de Dr Jian WANG 王健
(Postdoctorant à l’EHESS)
徽语绩溪方言中的名词性结构
« General introduction to the nominal structure of the Jixi dialect
(Hui, Sinitic). »

dans le cadre du projet ERC « SINOTYPE » de H. Chappell

Date: le mardi 9 février 2010 de 15h à 17h
Lieu: Salle 451
54 bd Raspail

N.B. La communication sera donnée en anglais.

Conférences

Madame Thepkanjana KINGKARN

(Professeur de linguistique à l’Université de Chulalongkorn au Thaïlande)

et

Monsieur Satoshi UEHARA

(Professeur de la Graduate School of International Cultural Studies à l’Université de Tohoku au Japon, professeurs invités par le CRLAO)

« Relationship between Word Order and Grammaticalization of Serial Verbs :

A Case Study of the Verbs for ‘Give’ and ‘Take’ in Thai and

Mandarin Chinese« 

Date: le mardi  15 décembre 2009

Lieu: Salle 451, 54 bd Raspail

Heure: de 15h:00 à 17h:00