Workshop "Estudio sociolingüístico de la entonación del rumano y español" (SoRoes)

Descripción The project The Contrastive Analysis of Romanian and Spanish Intonation. A Sociolinguistic Approach (SoRoEs) is meant to analyze the state of sociolinguistic research and methodology in Romanian and Spanish intonation. During the last few decades, the interest in describing and modeling intonation has steadily grown, both from a theoretical and an experimental perspective. With this research we aim to fill a gap in the recent literature about the intonation models in both languages, which has largely concentrated on the analysis of read data, by placing particular emphasis on the challenges posed by the analysis of spontaneous speech working with researchers with first-hand experience of most intonation methodology from different foreign universities (University of Oviedo, of Vigo and of Zurich). This research is an approach of sociolinguistic research and methodology in intonation. Although the variationism methodology has long been applied to the description of language variation, it seems that both languages intonation has not developed a very fruitful research. However, it is going through its first tentative stages in Spanish language: Moreno-Fernández 1998; Martín-Butragueño 2006,2011,2014; López-Bobo&Cuevas-Alonso 2014; and some in Romanian: Tiugan 1977, Panaite&Turculeţ 2011. Although some previous studies, which attempted to explain the intonation from a sociolinguistic perspective, were based on such methodology, in some cases, the techniques used might have been not appropriate. In this context, an attempt at a wider, more comprehensive study seems relevant.
Área temática: Sociolingüística Entidad Organizadora: Universidad Alexandru Ioan Cuza Contacto: Anca Bibiri workshopsoroes@gmail.com
Programa 21 october 2016 “Ferdinand” Room, 2ndFloor, Building A 8.30-9.30 Registration and Coffee 9.30-10.00 Greeting Speeches of the University Rectorate Plenary Conferences 10.00-11.00: Johannes Kabatek (University of Zürich), Frecuencia fundamental, tradiciones discursivas y niveles del lenguaje 11.00-12.00: Pilar Prieto Vives (ICREA-Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona), Entonación, sintaxis, y partículas discursivas. Una perspectiva integrada de comparación entre lenguas románicas 12.00-13.00: Xulio Viejo Fernández (University of Oviedo), Alargamientos silábicos en las variedades centro-meridionales del asturiano 13.00-14.30 Lunch-break CONFERINȚE PLENARE 15.00-16.00: Ana Maria Fernández Planas (Universitat de Barcelona), Aspectos de ProDIs. Una nueva herramienta para el análisis dialectométrico prosódico 16.00-17.00: Paolo Roseano (Universitat de Barcelona), Propuesta inicial de clasificación dialectométrica de las variedades rumanas con ProDis 17.00-18.00: Ramon Cerdà Massó (Universitat de Barcelona), Primera aproximaxión a la clasificación dialectométrica románica con ProDis 18.00-22.00 Romanian Dinner 22 october 2016 “Ferdinand” Room, 2ndFloor, Building A 8.30-9.00 Registration and Coffee Plenary Conferences 9.00 - 9.30: Alba García Rodríguez, Entonación de las variedades del español en América 9.30-10.00: Cristina Bleorțu (University of Oviedo, Spain; University of Zürich, Switzerland), La entonación de las mujeres en el habla de La Pola 10.00-11.00: Doina Jitcă (Institute of Computer Science Romanian Academy, Iasi Branch), Information Structure in Romanian Intonational Contour Interpretation 11.00-12.00 Adrian Turculeț, 12.00-13.00: Bibiri&Mocanu (“Alexandru Ioan Cuza” University of Iași), Intonational Patterns of Vocatives in Brașov and București 13.00-14.00 Lunch-break 15.00-18.00: Social Progam
Comité científico Johannes Kabatek, Universidad de Zúrich Pedro Martín Butragueño, El Colegio de México Francisco Moreno Fernández, Instituto Cervantes / Universidad de Harvard María del Carmen Muñiz Cachón, Universidad de Oviedo Marta Pérez Toral, Universidad de Oviedo Ramón de Andrés Díaz, Universidad de Oviedo Adrian Turculeţ, Universidad "Alexandru Ioan Cuza", Iaşi Anca Bibiri, Universidad "Alexandru Ioan Cuza", Iaşi Cristina Bleorţu, Universidad de Oviedo / Universidad de Zúrich Alba García Rodríguez, Universidad de Oviedo David Paul Gerards, Universidad de Zúrich Mihaela Mocanu, “Alexandru Ioan Cuza” University of Iași Lavinia Seiciuc, Universidad "Stefan cel Mare", Suceava Alina Viorela Prelipcean, Universidad "Stefan cel Mare", Suceava
Comité organizador Anca Bibiri, Universidad "Alexandru Ioan Cuza", Iaşi Cristina Bleorţu, Universidad de Oviedo / Universidad de Zúrich Mihaela Mocanu, Universidad "Alexandru Ioan Cuza", Iaşi Liviu-Andrei Scutelnicu, Universidad "Alexandru Ioan Cuza", Iaşi Plazo de envío de propuestas: hasta el 10 de octubre de 2016
Lengua(s) oficial(es) del evento: español, rumano Nº de información: 3
Información en la web de Infoling: http://www.infoling.org/informacion/C1190.html Información previa: http://www.infoling.org/search/eventos/ID/1190/INF/2

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