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Named 2021

By 17 juin 2021juin 23rd, 2021Colloques & Journées d'études

NAMED 2021 : dé/construire les événements de déplacement

Organisateurs :
Eric CORRE (Paris 3)
Laura SARDA (LATTICE)

Programme

Première journée | Jeudi 1er juillet 2021

9h30 – 9h40 Accueil des participants
9h40 – 10h00 Ouverture du colloque
Eric Corre | Université Sorbonne Nouvelle
Laure Sarda | Lattice, CNRS/ENS-PLS, Université Sorbonne Nouvelle
Benjamin Fagard | Lattice, CNRS/ENS-PLS, Université Sorbonne Nouvelle
10h – 11h

 

Conférence plénière
Michel Aurnague | Lattice, CNRS/ENS – PSL, Université Sorbonne Nouvelle

Are path and manner appropriate analysis tools? Searching for the conceptual bases of motion eventualities in French

11h00 – 11h35 Yuko Morokuma | The University of Tokyo

Distributed path coding in Quechua: The case of the ‘directional’ suffix yku

11h35 – 11h55 Break
11h55 – 12h35 Agnès Celle | Université de Paris

The expressive meaning of ‘come’ and ‘go’

12h35 – 13h10 Karl Seifen, Alice Vittrant, Jinke Song, Nichuta Bunkham | Université Lumière – Lyon 2, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique

Path and Deixis as distinct concepts in Burmese, Thai, and Chinese

13h10 – 14h30 Lunch Break
14h30 – 15h05 Lise Hamelin | CY Cergy Paris Université

ABOUT motion events, or AROUND motion events? The semantics of ABOUT and AROUND particle verbs

15h05 – 15h40 Laure Sarda | Lattice CNRS/ENS-PSL, Université Sorbonne Nouvelle
L. Fontaine |
Cardiff University

Relations between verb and noun in the domain of motion : arrive/arrival in English and French

15h40 – 16h00 Break
16h00 – 16h35 Alfonsina Buoniconto | Universita degli studi di Salerno

Constructional variation in motion events encoding : a comparative study on Italian, French and Spanish in three time stages

16h35 – 17h10 Evelyn Wiesinger | Universität Tübingen

Spanish motion constructions from a verb-centered perspective

17h10 – 17h35 Break
17h35 – 18h10 Eric Corre | Université Sorbonne Nouvelle

Directed motion events and change of state events from the point of view of Russian and Hungarian verbal prefixes

18h10 – 19h10

 

Conférence plénière
Beth Levin | Dept of Linguistics, Stanford University

“Pounding up the stairs” and “slamming into the wall”:  English hitting verbs in motion event descriptions

Deuxième journée | Vendredi 2 juillet 2021

9h30 – 10h30 Conférence plénière
Johanna Barddal | Dept. of Linguistics, Ghent University
10h30 – 11h05 Sabine De Knop | Université Saint-Louis, Bruxelles
Françoise Gallez | Université Catholique de Louvain

The distributed expression of motion in German – satellites, morphosyntactic case-marking and pragmatic factors

11h05 – 11h25 Break
11h25 – 12h00 Emile van der Zee | University of Lincoln, Brayford Campus, Lincoln, UK

Talking about object location during motion: how front-back axes are generated when using in front ofbehindleading and following

12h00 – 12h35 Karin Madlener-Charpentier | Universität Basel, Zurich University of Applied Sciences

Intratypological differences in motion event descriptions: Information packaging and information density in L1 and L2 acquisition

12h35 – 13h10 Katharina Zaychenko | University of Kassel

Effects on the conceptualization of motion events: Insights from similarity judgments, verbalization, and mouse tracking

13h10 – 14h30 Break
14h30 – 15h05 Takuya Nakamura | École des Ponts ParisTech
Christiane Marque Pucheu | CNRS
Christian Leclère | Université Gustave Eiffel
Eric Laporte | Sorbonne Université

J’ai couru au bar ‘I ran to the bar’: a purpose-oriented verb of manner of motion

15h05 – 15h40 Chiara Minoccheri | Université Toulouse – Jean Jaurès

How do choreographers construct movement through language? A deconstruction of contemporary dance motion instructions

15h40 – 15h55 Break
15h55 – 16h30 Christine Lamarre, Na Song | INALCO

Morphosyntactic manifestations of Goal bias in Mandarin Chinese: Insights from non-standard Mandarin varieties

16h30 – 17h05 Clément Voirin, Anetta Koppecka | Université Lumière – Lyon 2, CNRS

A comparative study of motion-cum-purpose in English, French, and Polish

17h05 – 17h20 Break
17h20 – 18h20 Conférence plénière
Dejan Stosic | CLLE, Université de Toulouse

La manière, une composante de déplacement négligée ?

18h30 Conclusion & fin du colloque

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