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Wednesday, October 5, 2022 (special panel on African languages)

Thursday, October 6, 2022

Reporting as a discourse phenomenon
Emar Maier
10:30 – 10:50Coffee break
10:50 – 11:30Voloshinov’s thesis: towards a positive collaborative research programme on reported speechStef Spronck
11:30-12:10A verb’s hierarchy regulates the clause-direct quotation integrity: evidence from Japanese Adam Gapczyński, Asuka Matsumoto & Jan Wiślicki
12:10-14:00Lunch break
14:00-14:40Silent pauses and interjections as cues marking out direct speech. A cross-linguistic study on twelve language documentation corporaJocelyn Aznar & Frank Seifart
14:40-15:20Crosslinguistic preferences in encoding reported speech and thought events: evidence from a parallax spoken corpusSonja Gipper, Danielle Barth, I Wayan Arka, Henrik Bergqvist, Christian Döhler, Nicholas Evans, Volker Gast, Dolgor Guntsetseg, Norikazu Kogura, John Mansfield, Desak Putu Eka Pratiwi, Saskia van Putten, Lila San Roque, Andrea C. Schalley & Olena Tykhostup
15:20-15:40Coffee break
15:40-16:20Towards a typology of non-locutionary meanings of reported speechDaniela Casartelli
16:20-17:00Rethinking quotation, cross-linguisticallyDavid Blunier
19:30Conference dinner

Friday, October 7, 2022

What’s reported in reported speech
Rebecca Clift
10:30 –10:50Coffee break
10:50 –11:30Direct reported speech and reenactments in French multimodal interactionLoulou Kosmala & Jeanne Vigneron-Bosbach
11:30-12:10Forms and functions of quotation in Internet memes Barbara Dancygier & Lieven Vandelanotte
12:10-14:00Lunch break
14:00-14:40Air quotes – a case of non-written quotationNathalie Staratschek
14:40-15:20Having a look at direct quotations in LSFB and Belgian French: insights from a multimodal and cross-linguistic perspectiveSébastien Vandenitte
15:20-15:40Coffee break
David Quinto-Pozos