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lun. 12/06/2017 Analyse de systèmes prosodiques d’Asie orientale : linguistique de terrain et phonétique expérimentale
Salle 410, MILC - Maison internationale des langues et des cultures 35 Rue Raulin, 69007 Lyon
Soutenance d'habilitation à diriger des recherches de  : Alexis MICHAUD

Composition du Jury :

    - Juliette Blevins (City University of New-York, USA)
    - Denis Creissels (Université Lumière Lyon 2)
    - Guillaume Jacques (CNRS, Paris)
    - Stephen Morey (La Trobe University, Australie)
    - François Pellegrino (CNRS, Lyon)
    - Jacqueline Vaissière (Université Paris 3 Sorbonne nouvelle)

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mar. 13/06/2017 Atelier R : Modèles mixtes (Groupe 1)
9h - 12h15
ISH - Salle E. Leger

jeu. 15/06/2017 Atelier HELAN2: Christophe Coupé (DDL) & Vincent Arnaud (UQAC & DDL): Modèles statistiques et variation sociophonétique : implications réciproques
ISH, A. Frossard

mar. 20/06/2017 Axe DENDY - Atelier Méthodes - Evaluations orthophoniques
Salle Frossard - ISH

- Marie Pinel et Julie Tommasini : test PEES 3-8 en langage oral - Coline Sarrazin et Marion Da Costa : le Reynell (langage oral précoce) - Pauline Fénéon et Estelle Lloret : l'épreuve des praxies buccolinguales et faciales sur imitation, subtest de la batterie EVALO 2-6. - Janna Koroid et Anna Vandelle : test des habiletés pragmatiques de B.Shulman

ven. 23/06/2017 Atelier Morphosyntaxe -- Imperatives & commands
Roberto Zariquiey (PUCP - Collegium de Lyon)
14h00 - 16h00

Directives in Kakataibo and Iskonawa in a Panoan comparative perspective

In this talk, I present a discussion of directives in two Panoan languages which belong to two different subgroups within the family: Kakataibo and Iskonawa. It will be shown that these two languages exhibit radically different grammatical strategies for the encoding of the various types of directive constructions. These include various verbal morphemes/sentence clitics, the use of bare verbal bases and the employment of auxiliaries. Towards the end of the talk, the Iskonawa and Kakataibo data will be looked at from a broader Panoan perspective. It will be proposed that most of the directive constructions found in Kakataibo and Iskonawa are in fact innovative and are the result of various historical developments. Directives, indeed, might be one of the functional domains with more structural diversity among Panoan languages.

lun. 26/06/2017 Event Representations Through Language
ISH, Salle Frossard
Conférence de :
  • Carol Madden-Lombardi (Stem-Cell and Brain Research Institute, INSERM, Lyon)

dans le cadre DENDY

Carol Madden Lombardi's research investigates how we represent described events, with particular focus on the embodied and modality-specific nature of language representations. This research demonstrates how we use cues such as grammar (e.g., verb aspect) to activate appropriate meanings, and how these resulting representations mirror our real perceptual-motor experience. The current talk describes several experiments that demonstrate the dynamic and perceptual/motor nature of representations using simple sentences and pictures. Further investigations show how subtle changes in verb grammar can modulate these representations and regulate the flow of events through time.


mar. 27/06/2017 Séminaire Acquisition Bilingue du Langage - Axe Dendy
ISH - André Frossard

Cathy Cohen Le projet INEXDEB (Input et expérience dans le développement bilingue): résultats préliminaires Agnès Witko Compte-rendu de la conférence International Symposium on Bilingualism (ISB11 2017)


mar. 27/06/2017 Atelier R : Modèles mixtes (Groupe 2)
13h45 - 17h
ISH - Salle A. Frossard

ven. 30/06/2017 Atelier Morphosyntaxe -- Imperatives & commands
Esteban Díaz Montenegro on Nasa Yuwe(Páez)
Michael Daniel (National Research University Higher School of Economics & Moscow State University) on Alutor (Chukotkan)
14h00 - 16h00

Esteban Díaz Montenegro on Nasa Yuwe (Páez)

In my corpus of Munchique’s Nasa Yuwe (isolate, Colombia)a clear syntactic distinction between directive and non-directive moods can be identified: while in non-directive moods subject agreement is obligatory, in directive moods dedicated marks of IMPERATIVE, PROHIBITIVE and JUSSIVE are mutually exclusive with subject agreement. A dedicated suffix (-we) marking either a plural addressee or a polite directive can also be added to the directive moods’ constructions. In addition to these three morphologically dedicated directive moods’ markers, some non-directive mood constructions are used to express directive meanings like HORTATIVE, polite orders, advises and requests. These constructions involve the use of non-directive mood subject agreement markers (ASSERTIVE or SUSPENSIVE) as well as the use of what I propose here to be an IRREALIS clitic (=ne). Hypothesis on the diachronic origin of some of these constructions will be also proposed.

Michael Daniel (National Research University Higher School of Economics & Moscow State University) on Alutor

Chukotkan languages are claimed to feature a homogeneous imperative paradigm across all persons. This is a rare case in the typology of volitionals cross-linguistically. In this (short) presentation of data form one of the languages of the family, Alutor, I provide arguments against and in favor of the homogeneity interpretation. On the one hand, it seems that considering Alutor volitionals of the first and third person (i.e. hortatives and jussives, respectively) as morphologically aligned with second person imperatives goes against the general morphological makeup of the language. On the other hand, the different-person imperatives have some non-trivial common uses, which makes it feasible to consider them all together.

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