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Universitat de Barcelona. Facultat de Filologia Gran Via Corts Catalanes 585, Barcelona September 5-7 2012

 

Preliminary Programme

 

Wednesday September 5 2012

 

9.00-10.00

Registration

10.30-11.00

Opening

10.30-11.00

Loanword Integration in Vend Romani  Zuzana Bodnárová. Charles University in Prague

11.30-12.00

Romani words in Finnish sentences of Fennoromani, subjects and reasons for their use  Mirkka Salo. University of Helsinki

Coffee Break

 

12.15-12.45

The long agony of a language. The remains of Caló in the speech of Spanish Gitanos Juan F. Gamella. Universidad de Granada – Cayetano Fernández. Universidad de Granada – Ignasi-Xavier Adiego. Universitat de Barcelona

12.45-13.15

Costumbrism: Source of Caló in 19th Century Dramatic Literature in Spain  Javier Fuentes Cañizares. Alcalá de Henares (Madrid)

13.15-13.45

Presence of Gypsy origin vocabulary in Latin American Spanish varieties: the case of Mexican Spanish and its caló

Ivo Buzek. Filozofická fakulta Masarykovy univerzity, Brno

Launch

 

15.30-16.00

North Central Romani of Poland: a dialectological overview

Viktor Elšík. Charles University in Prague

16.00-16.30

How to treat attrition in Finnish Romani  Kimmo Granqvist. University of Helsinki

16.30-17.00

New Vocabulary in Romani. Preliminary ideas for classification and documentation Barbara Schrammel-Leber. University of Graz

Coffee Break

 

 

Special Session:  Recovering Romani in Spain

17.30-18.00

Experiencing the Romany Language: Romany migration as an opportunity to recover the Romany Language in Spain José María Martínez Picón Fundación Secretariado Gitano, Valencia

18.00-19.00

Recovering Romani in Spain: Round Table introduced and moderated by Nicolás Jiménez, Instituto de Cultura Gitana


 

 

 

Thursday September 6 2012

 

10.00-10.30

Sibilant clusters in Romani and Middle Indic  Chundra A. Cathcart. University of California, Berkeley

10.30-11.00

On the origin of the consonantal feminine stems in Romani Michael Beníšek. Charles University in Prague

11.30-12.00

The problem of double etymologies in a contact language: Origin of Romani more  Marianna V. Seslavinskaya. Russian Institute of Cultural Science – Konstantin G. Krasukhin Russian Academy of Sciences

Coffee Break

 

12.15-12.45

Existentials in Domari  Yaron Matras. University of Manchester

12.45-13.15

Data On Domari Verbs From Lebanon  Fida Bizri, INALCO Paris, Department of South Asia Sinhala

13.15-13.45

Grammatical borrowing in northern Domari  Bruno Herin. Université Libre de Bruxelles

Launch

 

15.30-16.00

Me sam Roma! – We are Roma! The Communication between Finnish Roma People and Bulgarian Roma People Visiting or Living in Finland  Lidia Gripenberg. University of Helsinki

16.00-16.30

Romani on YouTube: a social network approach  Daniele Viktor Leggio. University of Manchester

16.30-17.00

Language use in a Romani community in Eastern Slovakia, with special attention to language socialization and child-directed speech  Pavel Kubaník. Charles University in Prague

Coffee Break

 

 

Special Session: Romani Teaching

17.30-18.00

Romani identity in language teaching materials  Peter Bakker. Aarhus University

18.00-18.30

Romani teaching: some general considerations based on model cases  Diether Halwachs. University of Graz

18.30-19.00

Discussion

 


 

 

Friday September 7 2012

 

10.00-10.30

Phonemic Analysis of the Cúcuta’s Rromanés Bolochók (Colombia)  Oscar Antonio Caballero Rodríguez. UNIMINUTO-Universidad Nacional de Colombia

10.30-11.00

Evidentiality in Romani – New Evidence and New Perspectives Victor A. Friedman. University of Chicago

11.30-12.00

The Use of Evidentiality as a Language Devise  Hristo Kyuchukov. Free University of Berlin

Coffee Break

 

12.15-12.45

Dia-ethnic axis: The Spanish Gypsy variant Araceli Cañadas. Universidad de Alcalá

12.45-13.15

Replicating Spanish estar in Mexican Romani  Evangelia Adamou. CNRS (National Center for Scientific Research)

13.15-13.45

The Romani voiceless palatal fricative š in Iberian Romani dialects  Ignasi-Xavier Adiego. Universitat de Barcelona.

Launch

 

15.30-16.00

The last stages of Danish Traveller language  Peter Bakker. Aarhus University

16.00-16.30

Language, Music And Identity In Finnish Roma (Kaale) Community  Kai Viljami Åberg. University of Eastern Finland

16.30-17.00

Efforts of language reform in the vocabulary  Mária Orsós-Varga. Foundation SZERSA. Budapest

Coffee Break

 

17.30-18.00

The background and possibilities of a linguistic atlas of the Romani language in Hungary  Szilvia Lakatos University of Pecs – Marton Andras Balo. Eotvos Lorand University in Budapest

18.00-18.30

Discussion

18.30-19.00

Closing