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CLAVIER 2009 – Conference Programme


Download the latest draft of the conference programme in pdf
(27 October 2009)


List of presentations (plenaries; papers; posters)


PLENARIES

Udo Fries
(University of Zurich)
Variation in the language of London newspapers: January 1701

Anna Mauranen
(University of Helsinki)
Speaking professionally in a L2 – Issues of corpus methodology

Josef Schmied
(University of Chemnitz)
Using corpora as an innovative tool to compare varieties of English around the world: The ICE2 story

Geoffrey Williams
(University of Bretagne-Sud)
A cultivated audience: Comparable corpora and cross-language collocation


PAPERS

Andrea Abel & Stefanie Anstein
(European Academy Bozen/Bolzano)
Meeting challenges in comparing linguistic varieties on the basis of corpora

Wendy Anderson
(University of Glasgow)
"But that's dialect, isn't it?" Exploring geographic varation in the SCOTS corpus

Simona Anselmi
(Catholic University, Milan)
Editorial interventions in the variation of the English language: Evidence from the EuroCom2 corpus

Zahra Awad
(University of Jordan)
Mixing Arabic and English in television programs

Anthony Baldry & Rosalba Rizzo

(University of Messina)
Regional versus international aspects of today's on-line newspapers: The contribution of multimodal corpus linguistics

Giuseppe Balirano & Siria Guzzo
(University of Naples L’Orientale)
Ethnic representation as a means of identity formation in computer-mediated cross-communication

Jennifer Bann
(University of Glasgow)
Cluster analysis in language variants: The case of James Hogg

David Beavan
(University of Glasgow)
ComPair: A new tool for the visual exploration and comparison of language

Janet Bowker
(University of Rome La Sapienza)
Variation across spoken and written genres in internal corporate communication: Multi-modality and blending in evolving channels

Nicholas Brownlees
(University of Florence)
Selling news in the seventeenth century: The changing fortunes of news, intelligence, and advice in the first years o f the periodical press

Luisa Caiazzo
(University of Naples Federico II)
‘Glocal’ perspectives in the language of British and Indian university websites

Mª del Coral Calvo Maturana
(University of Granada)
Corpus Linguistics and the Scottish dialect The language of The Broons

Sara Castagnoli
(University of Bologna at Forlì)
Exploring variation and regularities in translation with multiple translation corpora

Daniela Cesiri & Laura A. Colaci
(University of Salento)
Metaphors on global crisis in economic discourse: A corpus-based comparison of The Economist, Der Spiegel and Il Sole 24 ORE

Hye-Won Choi
(Ewha Womans University)
Analyzing word order variation in Korean with a Mixed-Effects Model

Caroline Clark
(University of Bologna)
It’s always the same old news!: A diachronic analysis of recent newspaper reporting

John Corbett
(University of Glasgow)
Towards a corpus-informed history of the orthography of Modern Scots

Belinda Crawford
(University of Florence)
Using part-of-speech tagging to explore spoken/written variation in small specialized corpora

Gabriella Del Lungo
(University of Florence)
From letters to guidebooks: Ruskin’s Mornings in Florence

Natalia Egorova
(University of Groningen)
Corpus Analysis meets the "credit crunch" 2006-2008: Frequency analysis of synonymous economic terms from The Economist newspaper articles related to the financial crisis in the United States (2000-2008)

Bettina Fischer-Starcke
(Vienna University of Economics and Business)
Lexical  and phraseological distinctions between Business English and General English and their implications for teaching Business English

Pierfranca Forchini
(Catholic University, Milan)
Using movie corpora to explore spoken American English. Evidence from Multi-Dimensional Analysis

Federico Gaspari
(University of Bologna at Forlì)
Mediated language varieties and explicitation: A corpus-based study of optional omission in non-native and translated ESP texts

Šarolta Godni? Vi?i?
(University of Primorska)
The demonstrative this in tourism research article abstracts: A diachronic corpus-based study

Ersilia Incelli
(University of Rome La Sapienza)
Identifying stance in legislative texts through corpus analysis. A case study of immigration law

Elena Manca
(University of Salento)
Corpus Linguistics and Cultural Studies: A combined perspective in the translation process

Ramón Martí Solano
(University of Limoges)
Phraseological units in English: Variation through lexical insertion

Roberto Mayoral Hernández & Asier Alcázar
(University of Alabama-Birmingham – University of Missouri-Columbia)
A corpus analysis of weight and subject position in Spanish

Denise Milizia
(University of Bari)
Phraseology in EU documents: A comparable and parallel investigation

Amanda Murphy
(Catholic University, Milan)
What exactly is the point? Editors’ reformulations of non-native speaker texts from the European Commission

Naomi Nagy
(University of Toronto)
A multilingual corpus to explore geographic variation

Dirk Noël
(University of Hong Kong)
ACI and NCI find and the evolution of evidentiality in Modern English expository texts: A case study in corpus-based diachronic construction grammar

Akiko Okamura
(Takasaki City University of Economics)
Variation in the use of "you" in two types of monologic academic speech

Javier Pérez Guerra & Ana E. Martínez Insua
(University of Vigo)
A diachronic corpus-based analysis of performance solutions in domains of complementation and adjunction

Chiara Prosperi Porta
(University of Rome La Sapienza)
Codifying discourse in research genre: The case of biostatistics

Paul Sambre
(Lessius (Antwerp) / University of Leuven)
Meaning dynamics in emergent language definitions: A method for semasiological corpus linguistics

Christina Samson
(University of Florence)
Ex-sacred territories on the Internet. Examples of space, identity and discourse interconnectedness

Michelina Savino
(University of Bari / University of Cologne)
Using dialogue-based speech corpora for exploring regional variation in Italian intonation

Arian Shahrokny-Prehn & Silke Höche
(Leibniz University, Hanover)
Rising through the registers – Light Verb Constructions on the move

Stefania Spina
(University for Foreigners, Perugia)
Trends in change of Italian newspaper language. A diachronic, corpus-based study

Tadaharu Tanomura
(Osaka University)
A corpus-based analysis of some time-related aspects of contemporary Japanese

Eivind Torgersen & Costas Gabrielatos
(Lancaster University)
A corpus-based study of indefinite article and invariant tag use in spoken London English

Paul Tucker
(University of Florence)
Diachronic variation in the rhetorical function of describing in exhibition reviews

Judith Turnbull
(University of Rome La Sapienza)
The language of EU judges

Pedro Ureña Gómez-Moreno
(University of Granada)
Language variation factors in a corpus-based description of the have it that-construction

Eline Zenner, Dirk Speelman & Dirk Geeraerts
(University of Leuven)
Variation in frequency and entrenchment of anglicisms: A quantitative corpus-based account

Weiwei Zhang, Dirk Speelman & Dirk Geeraerts
(University of Leuven)
Metonymies in ancient Chinese: A corpus-based approach


POSTERS

Rene Altrov & Hille Pajupuu
(Institute of the Estonian Language)
Estonian Emotional Speech Corpus: Content and options

Amelia Cava
(University of Naples Federico II)
Abstracting science… A corpus-based approach to research article abstracts

Viviana Gaballo
(University of Macerata)
Neologisms in the language of economics

Silke Höche & Arian Shahrokny-Prehn
(Leibniz University, Hanover)
Division of "constructional labour"? The diachronic development of have a V vs. take a Vconstructions

Maria Ivana Lorenzetti
(University of Verona)
“That girl is hot, her dress is so cool, and I’m just chilling out now”: Variation in metaphorical usages of temperature terms in English and Italian

Rachid Benali Mohamed
(University of Oran)
Geographical variation in Kabylia: Two urban centres

Stefano Rastelli & Francesca Frontini
(University of Pavia)
The education of sight: POS-tagging of Italian learner corpora for Second Language Acquisition research

Tanja Wissik
(University of Vienna)
Intralingual corpus-based analysis of national varieties: The case of German university terminology within the context of the Bologna Process

Ahmad Zaharani
(Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia)
Phonological variations of prefixed forms in Malay
 
 

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