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Thursday, 13 September 2007

Friday; Saturday; Sunday

9.00 Opening
9.15-10.15 Plenary session: John Ohala: An interpretive history of phonological science (Chair: Katarzyna Dziubalska-Kołaczyk)
(Conveners: Eugeniusz Cyran & Katarzyna Dziubalska-Kołaczyk)
Conveners: Tobias Scheer and Jacek Witkoś)
(Convener: Marcin Kilarski)
(Convener: Sabine Heinz)
10.30 Eugeniusz Cyran: Syllabic 'space' and cluster size - Polish phonotactics and Universal Grammar Antje Lahne: A noncartographic approach to sentence architecture Carmen Scherer: Morphological and syntactical properties of verbal anglicisms in German Hildegarde Tristram: The contribution of Late British to Medieval English  
11.00 Iwona Kraska-Szlenk: The e~zero alternation in Polish from the perspective of frequency and language use Martin Haiden: Linearisation in Bare Prosodic Structure Marcus Callies & Konrad Szcześniak: "Links klicken, grosse Hallen spielen, und Economy fliegen" - Cases of syntactic borrowings from English?  
11.30-12.00 Coffee break
12.00 Anna Bloch-Rozmej: An element-based approach to the back fricatives in Ukrainian Mojmir Dočekal: Czech determined verbs and GSTA Tadeusz Piotrowski: Anglicisms and other borrowings in Polish Krzysztof Jaskuła: The origins of Celtic lenition in the coda mirror  
12.30 Irena Sawicka: A typology of the Slavic sandhi Ewa Willim: On gender resolution in Polish Marcin Zabawa: The role of a corpus of spoken language in the research on anglicisms Arndt Wigger: Advances in the lexicography of Modern Irish verbs  
13.00 -14.30 Lunch break
14.30-15.30 Plenary session: Gisbert Fanselow: A non-functional account of word order variation in German and Polish (Chair: Adam Przepiórkowski)
15.45 Geoffrey Schwartz: What a trout can tell us about the primacy of onsets Jacek Witkoś: A movement theory of control and CP-infinitives in Polish Nathalie Gasiglia: The treatment of Anglicisms in a selection of dictionaries for young French schoolchildren Piotr Stalmaszczyk: Category fusion. Prepositional constructions in Celtic languages  
16.15 Janina Mołczanow: The problem of the Russian labial fricatives: An OT analysis Adam Przepiórkowski: On semantic and syntactic selectional restrictions of the Polish distributive preposition "po" Alicja Witalisz: Some remarks on hidden Anglicisms Katarzyna Jędrzejewska- Pyszczak: On the status of pseudonyms within the theory of names - Evidence from the Celtic setting  
16.45-17.15 Coffee break
17.15 Katarzyna Dziubalska-Kołaczyk & Grzegorz Krynicki: Phonotactic preferences in Polish, English and German: A quantitative perspective Adam Biały: Reflections of verbal syntax in nominalisation and adjectivisation Sylwia Szewc: Anglicisms in Polish media texts: A corpus-based study Karolina Rosiak: Towards a definition of diminutive in modern Welsh  
17.45 Paulina Zydorowicz: Polish (mor)phonotactics: Acquisition and markedness Katarzyna Miechowicz- Mathiasen: The role of functional features in the derivational procedure: A new account of the EPP-effects, case and agreement   Sion Williams: Trilingualism amongst Welsh language speakers - An example taken from number systems  
18.15 Marcin Kilarski & Paula Orzechowska: The role of phonotactics in gender assignment in Polish Grzegorz Michalski: Double linked left edge vowels in CVCV. A case of Poznan-Cracow voicing      
18.45 Wolfgang U. Dressler and Lina Pestal: Typological and diachronic perspectives on morphonotactics Anna Bondaruk & Bogdan Szymanek: Polish nominativeless constructions with Dative Experiencers: form, meaning and structure      

Heather Newell & Tobias Scheer: Procedural first


Friday, 14 September 2007

Thursday; Saturday; Sunday

8.30-09.30 Plenary session: Helen Aristar-Dry: Mapping new territory: Integrating GIS into a cyberinfrastructure for linguistics (Chair: Dafydd Gibbon)
(Conveners: Piotr Bański & Beata Wójtowicz)
(Conveners: Tobias Scheer & Jacek Witkoś)
(Conveners: Eugeniusz Wilk and Małgorzata Haładewicz-Grzelak)
(Conveners: Krzysztof Jassem & Grzegorz Krynicki)
09.45 Włodzimierz Sobkowiak: Deliberate mispronunciation in EFL e-dictionaries: Integrating PDI with TTS Barbara Tomaszewicz: Subjunctive complementisers in Polish Yishai Tobin: Looking at sign language as a visual and gestural shorthand Adam Przepiórkowski, Aleksander Buczyński & Daniel Janus: Syntactic processing of the IPI PAN Corpus of Polish  
10.15 Sylwia Wojciechowska- Bartkiewicz: Metonymic meaning extension: Representation problems in English monolingual learners' dictionaries Ewa Tomaszewicz: Novel words with final combining forms in English. A case for blends in Word Formation John J. Ohala: Some speculations on the ethological basis of agonistic signaling with the eyes Joanna Jendryczka- Wierszycka: Vagueness tags in Polglish and Polish  
10.45-11.15 Coffee break
11.15 Anna Dziemianko: Noun and verb codes in pedagogical dictionaries of English: A search for names Roland Meyer: Focus, cliticisation and verb movement in Russian li-questions Péter Bodor and Anikó Illés: Possibilities and constraints of analyzing visual conduct with an eyetracker device - or, are there variations of ritual constraints of public gazing while walking? Grzegorz Krynicki: PACO - A free online parallel concordancer for English-Polish Parallel Corpus  
11.45 Piotr Bański & Beata Wójtowicz: Swahili-Polish lexicography: A new chapter Anna Snarska: Partial control under (partial) control Marta Rominiecka: Non-verbal communication in political discourse: An analysis of non-verbal clues used by American and European politicians Monika Rosińska: Collecting Polish-German parallel corpora in the Internet.  
12.15 Maddalena Toscano, Tommaso Borrelli & Massimiliano Sorrentino: Updating UWAZO - a corpus based Kiswahili-Italian on-line lexical data base   Lukas Bleichenbacher: Linguistic replacement in the movies Marcin Junczys-Dowmunt: Extracting Polish translations of German compound nouns from a large bilingual corpus PHONOLOGY
(Chair: Jarosław Weckwerth)
Marzena Zygis: Phonetic grounding of voicing in coronals
12.45 Danko Šipka & Jakub Zgoliński: Lexicographic support of computer-assisted language-learning authenticity     Marcin Junczys-Dowmunt & Filip Graliński: Problems in Polish-to-German rule-based machine translation Przemyslaw Pawelec: On some peculiarities of SSG violation in Polish
13.15-14.15 Lunch break

Plenary session: Ron Cole: PLM Progress Report 6- Inventing tutorial dialogs to improve science learning
(Chair: Włodzimierz Sobkowiak)

15.30 Trip
19.00 Conference dinner

Saturday, 15 September 2007

Thursday; Friday; Sunday

10.00- 11.00 Plenary session: Peter Trudgill: On the irrelevance of national identity to new-dialect formation: colonial dialect contact in the history of European languages
(Chair: Ernst Håkon Jahr)
11:00-11:30 Coffee break
(Conveners: Piotr Bański & Beata Wójtowicz)
(Convener: Radosław Dylewski)
(Conveners: Eugeniusz Wilk & Małgorzata Haładewicz-Grzelak)
(Conveners: Krzysztof Jassem & Grzegorz Krynicki)

(Conveners: Wiesław Awedyk and Jerzy Bańczerowski)
11:30 Robert Lew: Space restrictions in paper and electronic dictionaries and their implications for the design of production dictionaries Maciej Baranowski: The Southern Shift in a marginally Southern dialect Patricia Skorge: Visual representations as effective instructional media in foreign language teaching Jacek Gintrowicz & Krzysztof Jassem: Transfer of regular expressions in example-based machine translation Jerzy Bańczerowski: Opening
12:00 Adam Przepiórkowski: Towards the automatic construction and evaluation of valence dictionaries Rosalind R. Gann: Linguistic accommodation among AAVE and WAVE youngsters in a time of community conflict. Małgorzata Haładewicz-Grzelak: Visual syntax in the iconography of St. Nicholas Dafydd Gibbon & Jolanta Bachan: Speech synthesis in phonetics teaching Camiel Hamans: Blending in a Zabrockian way
12:30 Tadeusz Piotrowski, Aleksandra Skrzypczyk & Adrianna Szaruga: Towards a Polish WordNet Radoslaw Dylewski and Piotr Jagodziński: Words and phrases of African American provenience in General American: A corpus-based study UNFOLDING THE SEMIOTIC WEB IN DISCOURSE FORMATION
(Conveners: Doina Cmeciu & Zdzisław Wąsik)
Doina Cmeciu: Text and discourse as semiotic web (in Virginia Woolf's Orlando. A Biography)
Konrad Juszczyk, Maciej Karpiński, Janusz Kleśta, Emilia Szalkowska & Marcin Włodarczak: Categorization and labelling of dialogue acts in Pol'n'Asia Project Jerzy Bańczerowski: Language diacrisis
13:00-14:30 Lunch break
14:30-16:00 POSTER SESSION
(Convener: Anna Ekert-Centowska)
Agnija Platace: Anglicisms in Latvian and Norwegian in the post-war period in contrastive aspect
Maria Tymczyńska: Cross-linguistic interaction in trilinguals performing translation tasks. A research project
Krzysztof Wilk: Polish adaptation of the Modern Language Aptitude Test - A report on a project in progress
14:30 Muhammad-Reza Fahkr-Rohani: Three thematic encyclopedic dictionaries on "Ashura": Problems, prospects and translatability Jennifer Bloomquist: Dialect differences in Central Pennsylvania: A socio-historical account of regional dialect use and adaptation by African American speakers in the Lower Susquehanna Valley. Nadia Morăraşu: Unfolding multi-dimensional time in the narrative web Ewa Jarmołowicz, Maciej Karpiński, Zofia Malisz & Michał Szczyszek: Gesture, prosody and lexicon in task-oriented dialogues: Progress report Małgorzata Haładewicz-Grzelak: Zabrocki's structural phonetics and the substance of speech
(Conveners: Paweł Scheffler & Magdalena Wrembel)
Mirosław Pawlak: The effect of formal instruction as a function of rule complexity: An empirical study
Katherine Horwinski Healy: French Creoles of color in English - Origins of a Louisiana dialect (Examples from the Badin/Metoyer family in the 1800s). Camelia M. Cmeciu: Spinning the thread(t)s around images in time Krzysztof Marasek & Ryszard Gubrynowicz: Polish human-human spoken dialog transcriptions - Experience from LUNA project Wiesław Awedyk: Zabrocki on sound change: Discussion
15:30 Zsuzsanna Degi: The Problem of rule complexity in implicit/explicit learning Elizabeth Peterson: Creating language awareness in the EFL setting: Teaching dialects to English students in Finland Ioan Sava: Fictional Text and the Matter of Freed Perspectives Joanna Rabiega-Wiśniewska, Małgorzata Marciniak & Agnieszka Mykowiecka: Overview of annotation tools for Polish dialogs  
16:00-16:30 Coffee break
16:30 Bogusława Whyatt: The use of metalinguistic knowledge in the process of translation. A study of metalinguistic comments in students self-reports
Marcin Odelski: The ecological status of language in the discursive formation of Kashubian communities TEXT TYPES: DIACHRONIC INVESTIGATIONS
(Convener: Joanna Bugaj)
Nuria Bello Piñón: Aiming to feature lectures: Diachronic study of code-switching and borrowing in Scientific English
17:00 Ryotaro Tashiro: The use of voiced labiodental fricative /v/ among American L2 Learners of Spanish   Ana Martines Insua and Javier Perez-Guerra: It is more complex to read letters than drama (really?): On linguistic complexity and text-type variation in the recent history of English  

Sunday, 16 September 2007

Thursday; Friday; Saturday

(Conveners: Paweł Scheffler & Magdalena Wrembel)
(Chair: Aleksander Szwedek)
(Conveners: Doina Cmeciu & Zdzisław Wąsik)
(Convener: Joanna Bugaj)
(Convener: Geoffrey Schwartz)
9.00 Paweł Scheffler: The natural approach to adult learning and teaching of L2 grammar Liudmila Araeva: Derivational categorization of the world Piotr Czajka: Niches and cynosures in the formation of discourses Nikolaus Ritt: The fall and rise of _any_ in Early English Shanti Úlfsbjörninn: The formal dynamism of categories: stops and fricatives, simplicity vs primitivity.
9.30 Aleksandra Wach: Using metalinguistic terminology in teaching grammar to older children Kensei Sugayama: How cognitive/ discourse factors can influence argument realisation: A case of object omission Mirosław Olędzki & Piotr P. Chruszczewski: Selected aspects of the relationship between religious and artistic discourses in the work of literary art Joanna Bugaj: The semantics of repetitive constructions in Renaissance legal English and Scots Zofia Malisz: Contextual effects on Polish vowel duration and their consequences for dynamical models of language
00 C.U.C. Ugorji: Teaching English Pronunciation to L2 learners: An articulatory- perceptual approach Ariadna Strugielska: Intransitivity: from conceptual schematicity to clause structure Katarzyna Molek-Kozakowska: The struggle of ideologies and the evolution of meaning of political labels (on the example of liberal and conservative) Klaus Guenther: Legal opinions: The effects of textualization Iwona Czyżak: An OT account of prosodically driven allophony of the English lateral
10.30 Barbara Pastuszek- Lipińska: Influence of musical expertise on second language acquisition Yan Huang: Pragmatic intrusion into what is said and beyond: Explicture, pragmatically enriched 'said', implicIture or implicAture? Agnieszka Sowińska: Constructing Polish identity in the discourse of The Economist Vladimir A. Bondar: Pronominal objects in Old English texts Arjen P. Versloot: Dynamic Phonology: are rich phonology and discrete perception incompatible?
11.00-11.30 Coffee break
11.30 Jacek Rysiewicz: Meta-linguistic knowledge, language aptitude and foreign language proficiency   Zdzisław Wąsik: Unfolding the semiotic web in discourse formations: Summary of the results and prospects Ioana Costache: Forms of address in Antim Ivireanu's sermons: Preacher-audience interaction in the 18th century Metropolitanate of Ungro-Wallachia Roland Noske: Repercussions of the history of a typological change in Germanic
12.00 Anna Ewert & Iwona Wegner: Bilinguals' acceptability judgements on lexical borrowings from the L2     Matylda Włodarczyk: Memorials of the 1820 Settlers - Colonial transformations of a text-type Małgorzata Kul: Issues in lenition and fortition
12.30         Attila Starčević: Palatalisation in Serbian and Croatian
13.00-14.30 Lunch

Thursday; Friday; Saturday