From: Simon Harrison <smharrisonhotmail.com>
Subject: Sorbonne Nouvelle University Graduate Linguistics Symposium
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Sorbonne Nouvelle University Graduate Linguistics Symposium
Short Title: SNUGLS 2010
Date: 09-Apr-2010 - 09-Apr-2010
Location: Paris, France
Contact: Simon Harrison
Contact Email: smharrisonhotmail.com
Linguistic Field(s): Cognitive Science; Discourse Analysis; Language
Subject Language(s): English (eng)
The Sorbonne Nouvelle Graduate Linguistics Symposium or 'SNUGLS' will unite
graduate linguists and junior researchers working in English linguistics and
'sciences du langage' at the University of Paris 3. Ten speakers will adopt
various theoretical perspectives and cover a broad array of topics in
linguistics, including language acquisition, bilingualism, syntax, semantics and
gesture. SNUGLS will provide a relaxed environment for the University's students
and junior researchers to exchange methods and ideas, while forming
relationships that will lead to stimulating future events and inter-departmental
projects. This event will consolidate the series of graduate pro seminars that
Paris 3 has offered its junior scholars this year.
All talks will take place in the Grand Amphi at the Institut du Monde
Anglophone, 5 rue de l'école de medecine, 75005 Paris. All speakers are
affiliated with the Université Sorbonne Nouvelle (Paris 3).
Greetings from SNUGLS, Aliyah Morgenstern
Mathilde Pinson ''What is the Place of the Conjunction LIKE in the Grammar of
Yann Fuchs ''SAY, GO, BE-LIKE: Quotatives in Interaction in Conversational
Camille Debras ''Framing the Issue: Climate Change and the Environment in 2009
Copenhagen Summit Speeches.''
Coffee Break (Room 12)
Coaching + Lunch (Room 12)
Coralie Hervé ''The Influence of Parents' Discourse Strategies on Bilingual
Julie Mota ''A Comparative Analysis on the Semantics of a Few Phrasal Verbs in
American and British English.''
Tizana Bignasca, Cristina Corlateanu, Christine Da Silva, Somayeh Rahmati &
Stefano Rezzonico ''How to Analyze the Way that Children with Specific Language
Impairment Respond in Dialogue.''
Coaching + Dessert
Stephanie Caet ''Development of Self-reference in two English-speaking Children
between 1 and 3 years.''
Emily Dilling ''Differentiating Forms of Bilingual First Language Acquisition
Vincent Hugou ''Strings of Creations vs. Strings of Well-established, Attested
Coaching + Coffee Break
Simon Harrison (plenary lecture) ''How do Students at Paris 3 Gesture?''
Best Paper Award ceremony and goodbye from SNUGLS, Aliyah Morgenstern
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