Programme – Københavns Universitet

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Celebrating ten years of research on language change in real time
- on the occasion of the embedding of the LANCHART Centre at the University of Copenhagen

Wednesday 30th September 2015
Venue:
The Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters (Videnskabernes Selskab)
H.C. Andersens Boulevard 35, 1553 København V

08.30-09.00 Coffee/tea
09.00-09.10

Bolette Sandford Pedersen, University of Copenhagen:

Welcome

09.10-09.40

Frans Gregersen, University of Copenhagen:

Introduction to the LANCHART project

Charting language change - a few preliminary steps with special reference to intra-individual variation
09.40-10.10

Jane Stuart-Smith, University of Glasgow:

Using big-data techniques to tackle real-time change: The voicing contrast across 100 years of real- and apparent-time in Glaswegian
10.10-10.40

Sali Tagliamonte, University of Toronto:

Sociolinguistics, history and landscape in the study of language change
10.40-11.10 Coffee/tea
11.10-11.40

Tanya Karoli Christensen & Torben Juel Jensen, University of Copenhagen:

Functional and social meaning in grammatical variation and change
11.40-12.10

Sirpa Leppänen*, Janus Spindler Møller, Andreas Stæhr & Thomas Rørbeck Nørreby, University of Jyväskylä*, University of Copenhagen:

Authenticity, Normativity and Social Media
12.10-12.40

Stef Grondelaers, Radboud University:

Yes, we can ... use Twitter data to investigate the linguistic and the social meaning determinants of morpho-syntactic change

Y12.40-13.40 Lunch
13.40-14.10

Dennis Preston, Oklahoma State University:

A quadrangulation of attitudinal study: Qualitative-Quantitative-Conscious- Nonconscious
14.10-14.40

Tore Kristiansen, Marie Maegaard & Nicolai Pharao, University of Copenhagen:

Experimental studies in language perception and evaluation
14.40-15.10

Unn Røyneland, University of Oslo:

Dialects and migration –  entitlement, authenticity and local belonging
15.10-15.40 Coffee/tea
15.40-16.10

Martha Sif Karrebæk & Lian Malai Madsen, University of Copenhagen:

Everyday languaging among children and youth
16.10-16.40

Leonie Cornips: Meertens Institute & University of Maastricht

The linguistic construction of the province of Limburg: language ideology and language practices
16.40-17.10

Helge Sandøy, University of Bergen:

What’s the opposite of Denmark?
17.10-17.20

Marie Maegaard, University of Copenhagen:

Closing remarks and prospects for future work at the LANCHART Centre
17.20-18.30

Reception and book launch

Frans Gregersen & Tore Kristiansen (eds.): Hvad ved vi nu – om danske talesprog? (What do we know now - about spoken Danish?)