2e journée d'études sur les langues sudarabiques modernes (08/09/2014)

Journée d'études Les langues sudarabiques modernes.

Lieu : Université Paris Diderot, rue Albert Einstein 75013 Paris
bâtiment Olympe de Gouges, Salle 104

8h30-9h Welcome

9h-9h15 Opening

9h15-9h55 Miranda Morris (Univ. of St Andrews)
Some aspects of language decline: the case of the Modern South Arabian Languages

9h55-10h35 Julien Dufour (Univ. de Strasbourg & CEFAS)
Jibbali vocalism and the question of "idle glottis" consonants

10h35-11h COFFEE BREAK

11h-11h40 Rachid Ridouane (LPP, CNRS & Univ. Paris 3)
Mehri ejective fricatives: acoustic and articulatory data

11h40-12h20 Ur Shlonsky (Genève)
Linking the constraints on object suffixes and the position of negation

12h20-14h30 LUNCH

14h30-15h10 Aaron Rubin (Penn State Univ.)
New Observations on Some Old Mehri Texts

15h10-15h50 Radwa Fathi (LLF, CNRS & Univ. Paris 7)
The intriguing correlation between the vocalic melody and the consonantal organization in certain Omani Mehri nouns

15h50-16h10 Clément Plancq (LLF, CNRS & Univ. Paris 7)
Demo: web based investigation of a lexical dataset

16h10-16h30 COFFEE BREAK

16h30-17h10 Sabrina Bendjaballah, Antoine Lonnet, Philippe Ségéral (LLF, CNRS & Univ. Paris 7 ; CEFAS & ENS Ulm)
What is a Ga-Stem, what is a Gb-Stem in the Mehri of Oman

17h10-17h50 Janet Watson (Univ. of Leeds) & Ali al-Mahri (Dhofar)
The Multimodality of Language Documentation: Documenting Modern South Arabian

17h50 ROUND TABLE