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ven. 29/09/2017 Réunion Interne
Axe DTT - Réunion de rentrée
10h-12h
ISH
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ven. 29/09/2017 Séminaire DTT - Conférence de Magdalena Lemus (DDL)
14h-16h
ISH

The phonology of Yukuna: Some descriptive issues

This talk aims to give an overview of the phonology of Yukuna, a North Amazonian Arawak language of Colombia. After presenting the segment inventories and phonotactics of the language, I will focus on three main unresolved issues of its phonology: i. vowel glottalization, ii. vowel nasalization, and iii. tonal contrasts. For each issue, I will present different possible synchronic analyses: i. vowel glottalization as a segmental or as a suprasegmental feature, ii. vowel nasalization as phonemic or non-phonemic, and lastly, iii. the tonal system as “privative” (H vs. Ø) or as equipollent (H vs. L) (Hyman 2010). Their respective dis/advantages will be discussed from a broader Amazonian typological perspective.

Hyman, Larry. 2010. Amazonia and the Typology of Tone Systems. UC Berkeley: Department of Linguistics. http://escholarship.org/uc/item/4qr2h33t.


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ven. 29/09/2017 Réparer l'Homme?
toute la journée
Campus de la Doua

Le colloque Réparer l’Homme? se tiendra le vendredi 29 septembre 2017 sur le Campus de La Doua, à Villeurbanne. Organisé par 3 Collèges Académiques de l’Université de Lyon, et avec le soutien de celle-ci, ce colloque sera l’occasion de croiser regards, expériences et projets autour d’une thématique très ancrée dans le tissu académique lyonnais et stéphanois.
La journée se fera en 2 séquences: des conférences plénières le matin et des ateliers en parallèle sous forme de tables rondes l’après-midi, autour de 4 thèmes:
- Déficits cognitif et langagier (conférence de Lisa Mikesell, Rutgers University, New Jersey, USA)
- Réparer le mouvement (conférence de Vance Bergeron, ENS Lyon)
- Réparation ou régénération ? (conférencier invité en attente de confirmation)
- Assistance au geste chirurgical (conférence de Tim Koschmann, South Illinois University, Springfield, USA)
Un site Web ouvrira prochainement pour les inscriptions (gratuites, mais obligatoires), le détail du programme et toutes les informations pratiques.
Bien cordialement,
Kris Lund, coordinatrice du Collège Education, Cognition, Langage
Michel Lance, coordinateur du Collège Ingénierie et Technologie
Guy Mouchiroud, coordinateur du Collège Sciences de la Vie et de la Santé
Jérôme Chevalier, responsable de l'action « Santé » au sein de la fédération d'ingénierie Ingélyse




lun. 02/10/2017 L’agentivité et le mouvement des yeux en situation de mensonge
12:30-13:30
ISH, salle Frossard
Conférence de :
  • Gabriela Feteke (DDL)
Journal Club DENDY

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jeu. 05/10/2017 Axe DENDY - Séminaire Acquisition bilingue du langage
14h00-16h00
ISH - André Frossard

Daniela Valente: Compte-rendu de la 5th Barcelona Summer School on Bilingualism and Multilingualism Laetitia de Almeida: évaluation de la phonologie d'enfants primo-arrivants: point de situation et directions à prendre


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mer. 11/10/2017
> 13/10/2017
Workshop international ‘Triggers of Language Change in the Language Sciences’
9h-18h
Grand Amphithéâtre de l'Université Lyon 2

The conference is part of the "X in the Language Sciences" (XLanS) series which aims to bring a wide range of researchers together to focus on a particular topic in language that interests them. The goal is to identify the crucial issues and connect them with cutting-edge techniques in order to develop better explanations of linguistic phenomena (see details of the first XLanS conference here).

This year's topic is 'triggers of change': What causes a sound system or lexicon or grammatical system to change? How can we explain rapid changes followed by periods of stability? Can we predict the direction and rate of change according to external influences?

Invited speakers:

  • Michael C. Gavin (Colorado State University)
  • Olivier Morin (Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History)
  • Monica Tamariz (Heriot Watt University)
  • Sarah Thomason (University of Michigan)
  • Brigitte Pakendorf (University of Lyon)
  • Márton Sóskuthy (University of York)


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ven. 13/10/2017 Séminaire DTT - atelier LED TDR : "Langues et communautés indiennes en Orégon : retour de terrain" de C. Grinevald, B. Pivot et M. Bert
14-16h
ISH, salle Frossard
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ven. 20/10/2017 Séminaire DTT - Atelier morphosyntaxe (Imperatives & commands)
Apprehensive in Baoding
Na Song (INALCO)
14h-16h
ISH, A. Frossard

Apprehensive modality is a kind of modality that combines epistemic and attitudinal modality (Lichtenberk 1995:293). More precisely, it concerns the judgement of undesirable possibility (Verstraete 2015 :224). As a category apprehensive has not received much attention cross-linguistically up to now, yet several studies are dedicated to it. e.g. Amazonian languages (Ese ejja, Vuillermet to appear) and Australian languages (Angelo & Schultze-Berndt 2016:255-296, Verstraete 2015 :223- 268) etc. This paper focuses on the apprehensive expressed by a sentence-final enclitic particle lɛ.ja in Baoding dialect, a Mandarin dialect of the Sinitic group, spoken 140 km south of Beijing. As for apprehensive domain, besides some modal words as found in Standard Mandarin (Gao 2003), Baoding employs a grammaticalized form, the sentence-final enclitic particle lɛ.ja. It has two main functions: firstly, lɛ.ja has a temporal and epistemic function, which indicates an imminent future event; another extended function is apprehensive, denoting a potential imminent event considered as undesirable. We first discuss the predicates that co-occur with lɛ.ja and the reading they trigger. We also investigate how a possible source of the particle and how both functions may be related. Then we focus on the interaction between the apprehensive particle and polar question in Baoding. We conclude by resuming the semantic features of lɛ.ja and argue that contrary to previous opinions of considering apprehensive as a special form of a command (Aikhenvald 2010: 225-226), in the case of Baoding, apprehensive sentences may have a first person as its subject in a declarative sentence.

References

Aikhenvald A.Y. 2010. Imperatives and commands. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 225-226
Angelo D. & Schultze-Berndt E.2016. Beware bambai - lest it be apprehensive. In F. Meakins, & C. O'Shannessy (Eds.), Loss and Renewal: Australian languages since contact. De Gruyter Mouton 255-296
Gao Z.2003. Hanyu danxin-renshi qingtai ci ‘pa’, ‘kan’, ‘bie’ de yufahua 汉语担心-认识情态 词‘怕’‘看’‘别’的语法化 [The grammatical use of Chinese modal words-pa, kan, and bie expressing worry]. 中国社会科学院研究生院学报 Journal of Graduate School of Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, 1: 97-112
Lichtenberk, F. 1995. Apprehensional Epistemics. Modality in Grammar and Discourse, 32: 293-327
Song N. 2015. A polysemic sentence-final particle in Baoding dialect and its apprehensive function. 48th International Conference on Sino-Tibetan Languages and Linguistics. 20-23 August. University of California, Santa Barbara
Verstraete, J-C. 2015. The semantics and pragmatics of composite mood marking: The non Pama-Nyungan languages of northern Australia. Linguistic Typology 9. 223–268
Vuillermet M. to appear. Grammatical Fear morphemes in Ese Ejja: Making the case for a morphosemantic apprehensional domain. In M. Ponsonnet and M. Vuillermet (eds). Morphology and emotions across the world’s languages, special issue of Studies in Language (42/1)




lun. 23/10/2017 Réunion Ludiglossia: encodage des données pour le jeu
10H-11H
ISH, salle Paul Rivière

Problématique autour de la transcription des extraits de langues représentés dans le jeu. La réunion est ouverte à tous ceux qui souhaitent participer à la discussion autour de l'encodage des données qui seront utilisées dans le jeu de société créé par DDL.


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