Plenary I: “Museu da Língua Portuguesa, espaço de conhecimento

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Plenary I: “Museu da Língua Portuguesa, espaço de conhecimento
Thursday, November 14
Presentation Session I
Location:
University of Georgia Special Collections Libraries
Richard B. Russell Building, Room 271
Chair: Patrícia Amaral
1:00-1:30
“Rethinking the relation between compounds and complex predicates: clues from
Brazilian Portuguese”
Julio Barbosa (Universidade de São Paulo)
1:30-2:00
“Two nominalizing suffixes in Brazilian Portuguese: locality constraints on
morphophonological realization”
Maria Luisa Freitas (UNICAMP/MIT)
2:00-2:30
“Progressive pathways and the estar + gerúndio periphrasis in Brazilian Portuguese”
Chad Howe (University of Georgia) and Ronald Mendes (USP)
2:30-3:00
“Peculiarities in the Syntax of Brazilian Portuguese: a hypothesis for its emergence”
Esmeralda Vailati Negrão (USP/CNPq) and Evani Viotti (USP)
Location: Dogwood Hall (UGA Hotel and Conference Center)
4:00
Welcome Remarks: Robert Moser (University of Georgia)
4:15-5:15
Plenary I: “Museu da Língua Portuguesa, espaço de conhecimento e divulgação”
Antonio Carlos de Moraes Sartini (Museu da Língua Portuguesa, São Paulo)
5:15-6:15
Welcome Social
Friday, November 15, 2013
7:00–8:00am
7:30-8:00
Session II
8:00-8:30
8:30-9:00
9:00-9:30
Location: UGA Hotel and Conference Center (Georgia Center)
Registration: Conference Registration Desk
Coffee & juice available on the Kellogg Concourse
Room K/L (Red Session): Syntax
Room Q (Black Session): Phonology
Chair: Tim Gupton
Chair: Gary Baker
“The Loss Of Complementizerless Clauses “A cross-dialect acoustic study of vowels
in Brazilian Portuguese”
in two varieties of Brazilian Portuguese”
André Antonelli
Virginia Meirelles
(Universidade Federal de Pelotas)
(Universidade de Brasília)
“Inflected infinitives in control structures “A estrutura silábica no processo de
in Brazilian Portuguese”
aquisição da escrita infantil”
Marcello Modesto (USP)
Luciana L. Rodrigues (UNICAMP)
"`As cidades da Amazônia chovem
“Intonational Encoding of Pragmatic
muito’: sujeitos não temáticos e as
Information in Northeastern Brazilian
propiedades de INFL no Português do
Portuguese Yes-No Questions”
Brasil”
Meghan Dabkowski
Rozana Naves, Eloisa Pilati, and Heloisa
(The Ohio State University)
Salles (Universidade de Brasília)
9:30-9:45
9:45-10:45
Session III
10:45-11:15
11:15-11:45
11:45-12:15
12:15-1:45
Session IV
1:45-2:15
2:15-2:45
2:45-3:15
3:15-3:30
BREAK (Breakfast provided on the Kellogg Concourse)
Plenary II: “Advances in the history of Portuguese based on the Tycho Brahe
Corpus of historical Portuguese”
Charlotte Galves (UNICAMP)
Room K/L (Red Session): Variation
Chair: Lamar Graham
“Subsistemas dos pronomes você, cê, ocê
e tu no português brasileiro falado”
Marta Scherre, Carolina Queiroz
Andrade, Edilene Patrícia Dias and
Germano Martins Ferreira
(Universidade de Brasília)
“Lexical frequency & language change:
Object clitic placement in European
Portuguese”
Hannah Washington
(The Ohio State University)
“Objeto direto anafórico: variação e
mudança na fala de Vitória/Brasil”
Lilian Yacovenco and Aline Berbert
Fonseca
(Universidade Federal de Espírito Santo)
LUNCH (on your own)
Room K/L (Red Session):
Functional approaches
Chair: Stephen Fafulas
“O comportamento funcional da locução
conjuncional ‘no caso de (que)’ no
portugués brasileiro”
Edson Rosa Francisco de Souza and Kátia
Elaine de Souza Barreto
(UFMS / Três Lagoas)
“O estatuto gramatical do redobro de
pronomes de 2ª pessoa no português
brasileiro”
Fábio Bonfim Duarte and Márcia Cristina
De Brito Rumeu
(Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais)
“Advérbios locativos na posição de
sujeito no PB”
Zenaide Teixeira (Universidade Estadual
de Goiás / Universidade de Brasília) and
Heloísa Salles (Universidade de Brasília)
Room Q (Black Session):
Standardization & Lexicon
Chair: Susan Quinlan
“A Contribuição da Neologia Lexical na
Formação do Português de Moçambique”
Inês Machungo
(Universidade Eduardo Mondlane)
“O povo é quem mais ordena?:
Ideologies, control, and language purism
in the configuration of Contemporary
Standard Galician”
Gabriel Rei-Doval
(University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee)
“Portuguese Language Planning: The New
Orthographic Agreement of the
Portuguese Language”
Caroline Machado
(Georgia State University)
12:15-3:15
Special Panel on Portuguesespeaking Communities in the United
States ($13, includes lunch)
Chair: Meghan Armstrong
Speakers:
Don Warrin (University of California,
Berkeley)
Fernanda Ferreira (Bridgewater State
University)
Pilar Chamorro (UGA)
Chad Howe (UGA)
Meghan Armstrong (University of
Massachusetts, Amherst)
Patrícia Amaral (University of North
Carolina, Chapel Hill)
Ana Lúcia Lico (ABRACE)
BREAK (snacks provided on the Kellogg Concourse)
3:30-4:30
Plenary III: "Differential Object Marking … in Portuguese?!"
Scott Schwenter
(The Ohio State University)
Session V
Room K/L (Red Session):
Semantics & Pragmatics
Chair: Sarah Blackwell
“Pragmatic Constraints on Definite Article
Use with Anthroponyms in Brazilian
Portuguese”
Eleni Christodulelis
(The Ohio State University)
“Pragmatics and Indexicality: The case of
'favelado'”
Hannah Washington and Mary Beaton
(The Ohio State University)
“Gradable modality in Brazilian
Portuguese”
Ana Lucia Pessotto
(Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina)
4:30-5:00
5:00-5:30
5:30-6:00
Room Q (Black Session): Heritage
Speaker Instruction & Proficiency
Chair: Margaret Quesada
“To teach or not to teach? - Choices for
teaching grammar and writing to heritage
learners of Portuguese”
Maria Teresa Valdez
(University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth)
“Português como língua de herança:
registros e a prática pedagógica”
Juliana Luna Freire
(Framingham State University)
Saturday, November 16, 2013 Location: UGA Hotel and Conference Center (Georgia Center)
8:00-8:30
Session VI
8:30-9:00
9:00-9:30
9:30-10:00
10:00-10:30
Coffee & juice available on the Kellogg Concourse
Room K/L (Red Session):
Room Q (Black Session):
Applied Linguistics
Syntactic interfaces
Chair: Suzanne Franks
Chair: Pilar Chamorro
“The ‘Project Teletandem Brazil’ and the
“O que causou o aparecimento de verbos
institutional-integrated modality in
labílicos no português brasileiro?”
teaching-learning of Portuguese as a
Janayna Carvalho
foreign language”
(USP/CNPq)
Rubia Bragagnollo (UNESP - São José do
Rio Preto / University of Georgia) and
Solange Aranha (UNESP - São José do Rio
Preto)
“Brazilian Portuguese as a Foreign
“The role of contrast in European
Language: Insights from English Language Portuguese é que-clefts”
Teaching on Register and Purposeful
Aleksandra Vercauteren
Instruction”
(Universidade Nova de Lisboa /
Maggie Bullock (Georgia State University) Universiteit Gent)
“Discourse Status and Syntax in the
History of European Portuguese Marked
Constructions”
Aroldo de Andrade
(Universidade de Campinas)
BREAK (Breakfast provided on the Kellogg Concourse)
10:30-11:30
11:30-1:30
Session VII
1:30-2:00
Plenary IV: “The development of syntactic dependencies in European
Portuguese”
João Costa (Universidade Nova de Lisboa)
LONG LUNCH (on your own)
Room K/L (Red Session):
Acquisition & Perception
Chair: Rubia Mara Bragagnollo
“How ‘Brazilian English’ is perceived by
undergraduate students in the U.S.”
Luciana Junqueira and Ashley Titak
(Georgia State University)
2:00-2:30
“Non-native Perspectives on the
Perception of Rhythm: Genre in two
Varieties of Portuguese”
Emilia Alonso-Marks, Zinny S. Bond, and
Verna Stockmal (Ohio University)
2:30-3:00
“Português e Cultura Afro-Brasileira:
Experiências de Formação Crítica de
Estudantes Norte-Americanos”
Miriam Jorge
(Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais)
“Aprendizes de Português como
Etnógrafos: Estranhamentos e
Significações de estudantes
intercambistas americanos no Brasil”
Walkiria Teixeira (Universidade Estadual
Paulista "Julio de Mesquita Filho") and
Miriam Jorge
(Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais)
3:00-3:30
Room Q (Black Session):
Variation & Change
Chair: Chad Howe
“Evidências de mudança recente no
português uruguaio de Aceguá (fronteira
Brasil-Uruguai)”
Cintia Pacheco
(Universidade de Brasília)
“O papel da origem das mães em dialetos
em formação (oriundos de dialetos em
contato) – o caso de Brasília”
Carolina Andrade
(Universidade de Brasília)
“Social and stylistic variation in the
reduction of Fortalezense Portuguese
para”
Michael Gradoville
(Indiana University/Spelman College)
“O futuro verbal em português:
mapeando uma mudança linguística no
Brasil”
Josane Oliveira
(Universidade Estadual de Feira de
Santana)
3:30-4:00
BREAK (snacks provided on the Kellogg Concourse)
Session VIII
Room K/L (Red Session):
Comparative corpora
Chair: Amélia Hutchinson
“Morphosyntactic Variation in Brazilian
Portuguese, Spanish and English:
Simultaneous Narrations of the Pear
Stories Film”
Stephen Fafulas
(East Carolina University)
“Book Reviews in Brazilian Portuguese
and English: A Corpus-Based Analysis of
Metadiscourse Features”
Luciana Junqueira
(Georgia State University)
4:00-4:30
4:30-5:00
Room Q (Black Session):
Syntax
Chair: Marcello Modesto
“What Can Prepositional Phrases in
Portuguese Teach us about Indirect
Recursion?”
Luiz Amaral
(University of Massachusetts, Amherst)
“New patterns of agreement and deixis
with possessives in Brazilian Portuguese”
Bruna Karla Pereira
(Universidade Federal dos Vales do
Jequitinhonha e Mucuri)
5:00-5:30
“A comparative study of lexical bundles in
history writing in American English and
Brazilian Portuguese”
Viviana Cortes and Maggie Bullock
(Georgia State University)
“Parametric Variation observations from
Brazilian Portuguese: is there dative shift
in Romance?”
Julio Barbosa, Paula Armelin, and Ana
Paula Scher (Universidade de São Paulo)
5:30-6:00
“Negação sentencial e elipse no
Português Brasileiro”
Lílian Teixeira De Sousa (UNICAMP)
6:00-6:30
“The pronominal use of se in academic
written Portuguese”
Cristina Perna and Karina Molsing
(Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio
Grande do Sul)
Business meeting – PLUS transition
6:30-7:00
Cocktail social (Magnolia Ballroom)
7:00-9:00
Conference banquet (Magnolia Ballroom)
BREAK for those not attending the
business meeting

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