Personal Pronouns in Linguistics and Stylistics / Les pronoms

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Personal Pronouns in Linguistics and Stylistics / Les pronoms
International conference École Normale Supérieure de Lyon Personal Pronouns in Linguistics and Stylistics / Les pronoms personnels : approches linguistiques et stylistiques 3-­‐4 April 2014 / 3-­‐4 avril 2014 PROGRAMME ©http://fineartamerica.com
A conference organized with the support of : ENS de Lyon ICAR, CNRS ASLAN ARC 5 Ville de Lyon Institut Universitaire de France Organizing committee Laure Gardelle (UMR ICAR, ENS de Lyon) Sandrine Sorlin (LERMA, Aix-­‐Marseille Université /IUF) Thursday 3 April 9h00-­‐9h15 Coffee and welcome 9h15-­‐9h30 Opening of the conference Chair : Catherine Emmott (University of Glasgow) 9h30-­‐10h30 Keynote talk: Katie Wales (University of Nottingham), 'Loquor ergo sum: 'I' and animateness re-­‐
considered' 10h30-­‐11h10 Horst Simon (Freie Universität Berlin), ‘What exactly is a personal pronoun? On some problematic cases in the 2nd person’ 11h10-­‐11h30 Coffee break Chair : Lyndon Higgs (université de Strasbourg) 11h30-­‐12h10 Lisa Deringer and Olga Rudolf (Friedrich-­‐
Schiller-­‐Universität Jena), ‘Impersonal uses of the second person singular in English, German and Russian corpora’ 12h10-­‐12h50 John Payne (University of Manchester), ‘Personal pronouns in English of-­‐PPs’ 12h50-­‐14h30 Lunch break -­‐ Workshop 1 / Atelier 1: Chair: Horst Simon (Freie Universität Berlin) 14h30-­‐15h10 Elisabeth Stark (Universität Zürich), ‘French clitic personal pronouns between agreement markers and pragmatic signals -­‐ evidence from an “abbreviated register” (text messages)’. 15h10-­‐15h50 Stéphanie Caët and Aliyah Morgenstern (Université Paris 3 – Sorbonne Nouvelle), ‘First-­‐ and second-­‐person pronouns in two mother-­‐child French-­‐
speaking dyads’ 15h50-­‐16h20 Coffee break Chair: John Payne (University of Manchester) 16h20-­‐17h Lyndon Higgs (Université de Strasbourg), ‘She said “I don’t like her and her don’t like me”: complex interpersonal relations expressed through dialect forms of personal pronouns in direct speech’ 17h-­‐17h40 Tuija Virtanen (Abo Akademi University), ‘Co-­‐
referential first and third person markers in computer-­‐
mediated discourse: exploring a pragmatically motivated innovation in English grammar’ -­‐ Workshop 2 / Atelier 2: Chair : Sandrine Sorlin (Aix-­‐Marseille Université) 14h30-­‐15h10 Keynote talk: Michel Le Guern (Université Lyon 2), ‘Le pronom dans les écrits grammaticaux de Nicolas Beauzée’ 15h10-­‐15h50 Emmanuelle Prak-­‐Derrington (ENS de Lyon), ‘Du lecteur coopératif au lecteur complice. De l'usage des déictiques personnels dans le récit littéraire’ 15h50-­‐16h20 Coffee break Chair : Michel Le Guern (Université Lyon 2) 16h20-­‐17h Nicolas Laurent (ENS de Lyon), ‘Pronoms personnels et pensée de l’individu : l’invention d’un discours de soi dans l’écriture épistolaire de Madame de Sévigné’ 17h-­‐17h40 Annabelle Seoane (Université de Metz), ‘Configurations énonciatives de la figure du consommateur par l’utilisation du JE en publicité’ Friday 4 April Chair: Katie Wales (University of Nottingham) 9h-­‐10h Keynote talk: Catherine Emmott (University of Glasgow), ‘Antecedentless Pronouns and Narrative Worlds: Stylistic, Linguistic, and Psychological Perspectives’ 10h-­‐10h40 Evgenia Iliopoulou (Universität Zürich), ‘The interplay of pronouns in fiction’ 10h40-­‐11h10 Coffee break Chair: Barbara De Cock (Université Catholique de Louvain) 11h10-­‐11h50 Anje Müller Gjesdal (University of Bergen), ‘The Infinite Present: the pronoun on and the present tense in L’excès – l’usine by Leslie Kaplan’ 11h50-­‐12h30 Dwi Noverini Djenar (University of Sydney), ‘Pronouns, multilingualism, and intersubjective stance in Indonesian teen fiction’ 12h30-­‐14h Lunch break Chair: Elizabeth Stark (Universität Zürich) 14h-­‐14h40 Elena Bratishenko (University of Calgary), ‘Parting company: the history of the 3rd person pronoun and the long-­‐form adjective in Russian’ 14h40-­‐15h20 Barbara De Cock (Université Catholique de Louvain), ‘Women only? The use of feminine and masculine pronouns for self-­‐reference in Spanish’ 15h20-­‐15h40 Coffee break Chair: Laure Gardelle (ENS-­‐Lyon) 15h40-­‐16h20 Ayumi Nonomiya (University of Sheffield), ‘Second person pronouns in eighteenth-­‐century British dramas’ 16h20-­‐17h Stéphanie Béligon (Université Paris-­‐Est Marne-­‐la-­‐
Vallée -­‐ Paris 12), ‘Staging antagonism: You and insults’ Advisory Board Marc Bonhomme (Universität Bern) Pierre Cotte (Université Paris 4-­‐Sorbonne) Monique de Mattia-­‐Viviès (Aix-­‐Marseille Université) Aliyah Morgenstern (Université Paris 3-­‐Sorbonne Nouvelle) John Payne (University of Manchester) Sylviane Rémi-­‐Giraud (Université Lumière Lyon 2) Wilfrid Rotgé (Université Paris 4-­‐Sorbonne) Horst Simon (Freie Universität Berlin) Michael Toolan (University of Birmingham) Nathalie Vincent-­‐Arnaud (Université de Toulouse 2) Conference venue École Normale supérieure de Lyon IFE (Institut Français de l’Éducation) 19 allée de Fontenay 69007 Lyon Metro : Debourg (line B) Room : Salle de conférence Reception desk : (00.33) (0)4.26.73.11.00 Contacts : [email protected]­‐lyon.fr [email protected]­‐amu.fr Conference website : http://perspronslyon.sciencesconf.org 

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