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1. Tak-Sum Wong ,
Stance Phenomena in Asian Languages: Typological, Diachronic and Discourse Perspectives
Message 1: Stance Phenomena in Asian Languages: Typological, Diachronic and Discourse Perspectives
From: Tak-Sum Wong <egwtsinet.polyu.edu.hk>
Subject: Stance Phenomena in Asian Languages: Typological, Diachronic and Discourse Perspectives
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“Stance Phenomena in Asian Languages: Typological, Diachronic and Discourse Perspectives
Date: 18-Jul-2011 - 20-Jul-2011
Location: Hung Hom, Kowloon Peninsula, Hong Kong
Contact: Winnie Chor
Contact Email: < click here to access email >
Meeting URL: http://www.engl.polyu.edu.hk/events/stance2011/
Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis; Syntax
3-day PolyU Thematic Workshop (July 18-20, 2011)
Invited Workshop on “Stance Phenomena in Asian Languages: Typological, Diachronic and Discourse Perspectives”
Venue: M1603, PolyU
CHOR, Winnie (ENGL)
IWASAKI, Shoichi (Applied Linguistics, UCLA)
LAM, Marvin (ENGL)
MATTHIESSEN, Christian (ENGL)
SZAKOS, Joszef (CBS)
YAP, Foong Ha (ENGL) – Organizing Committee Chair
Monday (July 18, 2011)
Welcome Remarks: Christian Matthiessen
Invited Lecture: Spike Gildea (University of Oregon)
'Diachronic Pathways that Create Stance Constructions: Insights from Some
South American Languages'
Stance Project Reports: Methodological Issues
Christian Matthiessen (Introduction to the Stance Project)
Winnie Chor & Foong Ha Yap (Data Collection)
John Wakefield (Proposing a Methodology for Defining Stance)
Discussion on Data Collection and Data Analysis
Shoichi Iwasaki & UCLA team (Japanese/Korean)
Frantisek Kratochvil (Indonesian & Papuan)
Mark Post & Gwen Hyslop (Tibeto-Burman)
Data Analysis Session for Undergraduate and
Session Chair: Winnie Chor
JIANG, Haowen (Rice University)
'Analyzing Mandarin de yangzi Constructions'
LAM, Phoenix (Hong Kong Baptist University)
'English Discourse Particles as Stance Markers'
SU, I-wen and Lu, Wei-lun (National Taiwan University)
'How Intersubjectivity Works in Conversation: the Use of le in Spoken
TAY, Dennis (University of Otago, New Zealand)
'Combining Cognitive Linguistics and Discourse Analysis to Understand
Session Chair: Shoichi Iwasaki
PATPONG, Pattama (Mahidol University)
'Thai Modal Particles in Medical Discourse
IDRAMBARYA, Kitima (Kasertsart University)
'The Impersonal Stance of Thai Man'
Prasithrathsint, Amara (Chulalongkorn University)
'Nominalization as a Marker of Detachment and Objectivity in Thai Academic
Workshop Dinner (I)
Tuesday (July 19, 2011)
Keynote Lecture: František Kratochvíl
(Nanyang Technological University, Singapore)
'Demonstratives as Markers of Speaker Stance: Evidence from Abui'
Austronesian Languages (I)--Formosan
Session Chais: Randy LaPolla
Hsieh, Fuhui (Tatung University, Taipei)
'On the Development of SAY Verbs as Stance Markers in Some Formosan Languages'
Jiang, Haowen (Rice University)
'Nominalization and Stance Marking in Kavalan'
Szakos, Joszef (Hong Kong Polytechnic University)
'Stance Marking Strategies in Tsou'
Sung, Li-May (National Taiwan University)
'Exclamatives (and Nominalization) in Seediq'
Invited Lecture: Frantisek Lichtenberk (University of Auckland)
'Stance Marking in Oceanic Languages'
Austronesian Languages (II) --Formosan
Session Chair: Gwen Hyslop
Yeh, Mei-li Marie (National Hsinchu University of Education, Taiwan)
'Evidentiality and Perception Verbs in Saisiyat'
Zeitoun, Elizabeth (Academia Sinica, Taiwan)
'The Verb 'Say' in Mantauran Rukai: Analogy and Syntactic Change'
Austronesian Languages (III) –Philippine & Malay/Indonesian
Session Chair: František Kratochvíl
Dita, Shirley (De LaSalle University)
'The Form and Function of Stance Markers in Philippine Languages'
Tanangkingsing, Michael (National Taipei University of Technology)
'Demonstratives and Stance Marking in Cebuano'
Yap, Foong Ha; MV Sri Hartini & Mujiono (Hong Kong Polytechnic University & Sebelas Maret University, Surakarta, Central Java)
'Wh-placeholder Anu and Speaker Stance in Indonesian
Wednesday (July 20, 2011)
Invited Lecture: John Whitman (Cornell University)
'Remarks on the Nominalization Cycle: Implications for the Development of
Japanese and Korean Languages
Session Chair: Seongha Rhee
Kaneyasu, Michiko (UCLA)
'Stance Taking in Japanese Newspaper Discourse: The Use and Non-use of Copula da and dearu'
Cha, Jihyeon (UCLA)
'How Stance-taking Emerges in the Course of Interaction: Strategic Use of -
kes kathta in Korean conversation'
Session Chair: Winnie Cheng
Chor, Winnie (Hong Kong Polytechnic University)
'Clause-medial Particles as Subjective and Intersubjective Markers in
Lim, Ni Eng (UCLA)
'Stance Modification with TCU-extensions in Mandarin Chinese'
Yap, Foong Ha, Chor, Winnie & Lam, Marvin (Hong Kong Polytechnic University)
'Whatchamacallit-type Expressions in Cantonese: Analyzing Non-referential uses of mat, matje, meje, and me'
Keynote Lecture: Mark Post (Cairns Institute, James Cook University)
'Stance Marking in Tani (Tibeto-Burman) and Beyond'
Session Chair: Scott DeLancey
Gwen (University of Oregon)
'The Grammatical Encoding of ‘Expectations’ in Kurtöp'
Lin, You-jing (Academia Sinica, Taiwan)
'The Intersection of Evidentiality and Imperfectivity: Observational Marking
in Zhuokeji rGyalrong'
Xu, Xin Vera & GU, Yang (Chinese University of Hong Kong)
'The Jingpo Copular Verbs and Stance Marking'
Comments from Workshop Discussants:
Scott DeLancey (University of Oregon)
Shoichi Iwasaki (UCLA)
Randy LaPolla (La Trobe University, Melbourne)
Seongha Rhee (Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, Seoul)
Closing Remarks and Announcements
Workshop Dinner (II)
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