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Workshop: Information structure in Spoken Language Corpora (ISSLaC)

University of  Bielefeld, June 10-12, 2013

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Monday, 10.06.2013
University main building, A3-126
8:30 − 9:00 Registration
9:00 − 9:45 Dejan Matić:
Textual clues for information structure categories
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9:45 − 10:30 Stavros Skopeteas:
Topics in V-initial languages: Observational data from Yucatec Maya
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10:30 − 11:15 Lisa Brunetti:
A quantitative study of sentence topic and its syntactic/prosodic correlates on a multi-level-annotated corpus of spontaneous spoken French: methodological and theoretical issues
AbstractPresentation
11:15 − 11:45 Coffee/tee break
11:45 − 12:30 Ergin Opengin:
Topicalisation in Central Kurdish: additive =īš and other means
AbstractHandout
12:30 − 13:15 Linda Konnerth:
Additive particle and discourse contrast marker: evidence from Karbi (Tibeto-Burman) =tā
AbstractPresentationHandout
13:15 − 14:30 Lunch break
14:30 − 15:15 Diana Forker:
Real and apparent topic-marking constructions in Hinuq
AbstractHandout
15:15 − 16:00 Vadim Kimmelman:
Topics in Sign Language of the Netherlands: insights from a corpus study
AbstractPresentation
16:00 − 16:30 Coffee/tee break
16:30 − 17:15 Amina Mettouchi:
The interaction of information structure and grammatical relations in a spoken Kabyle (Berber) corpus
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17:15 − 18:00 Juan Bueno Holle:
Documenting information structure in understudied languages: the case of Isthmus Zapotec
AbstractHandout
19:00 Workshop dinner
 
Tuesday, 11.06.2013
University main building, A3-126
9:00 − 9:45 Felicity Meakins and Rachel Nordlinger:
Bound pronominal clitic placement in Bilinarra (Pama-Nyungan)
AbstractHandout
9:45 − 10:30 Eva Schultze-Berndt, Candide Simard and Claudia Wegener:
The expression of argument focus in Ngarinyman, Jaminjung, Savosavo and Gela
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10:30 − 11:15 Ruth Singer, Janet Fletcher, Deborah Loakes and Hywel Stoakes:
Getting intonation into an analysis of information structure in Mawng
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11:15 − 11:45 Coffee/tee break
11:45 − 12:30 Yiya Chen:
Encoding information beyond scripted question-answer pairs
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12:30 − 13:15 Arndt Riester:
Room for interpretation: information-structural variation in read text
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13:15 − 14:30 Lunch break
14:30 − 15:15 Frank Kügler, Bernadett Smolibocki and Manfred Stede:
Annotation of information status and prosody in advisory dialogues of German
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15:15 − 16:00 Dina El Zarka:
The myth of nuclei and focus exponents: the intonation of focus in Egyptian Arabic
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16:00 − 16:30 Coffee/tee break
16:30 − 17:15 Sabine Zerbian:
Focus prosody in read and semi-spontaneous speech in Black South African English
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17:15 − 18:00 Patrizia Paggio:
Information structure and gestures in first acquaintance dialogues
AbstractPresentation
 
Wednesday, 12.06.2013
IBZ (behind University main building)
9:15 − 10:00 Tom Güldemann and Alena Witzlack:
The risk of analysis without spoken language corpora: clause-second elements in languages of the Kalahari Basin with particular reference to Richtersveld Nama and Nǁng
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10:00 − 10:45 Ines Fiedler:
Studying information structure in Ama (Nilo-Saharan, Sudan) − experience with natural discourse data
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10:45 − 11:30 Saskia van Putten:
The use of focus marking in Avatime (Niger-Congo)
AbstractHandout
11:30 − 12:00 Coffee/tee break
12:00 − 12:45 Antje Muntendam:
Convergence and information structure: insights from Quechua-Spanish bilinguals
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12:45 − 13:30 Evangelia Adamou:
Exploring language contact effects on the expression of focus
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