Programme

25 November 2016

8.30-9.00: Registration and coffee

 

9.00-9.15: Opening – Grote zaal

Sarah Van Hoof & Jürgen Jaspers

 

9.15-10.00: Plenary lecture 1 – Grote zaal

Reinhild Vandekerckhove (Universiteit Antwerpen): Flemish online teenage talk and the synergy of old and new vernacular

 

Parallel session 1

 

Grote zaal

Tapijtenzaal

10.00-10.30

David Britain (Universität Bern), Adrian Leemann (University of Cambridge), Tam Blaxter (University of Cambridge) & Marie-José Kolly (Universität Zürich): Going, going but not gone: Dialect levelling, socially differentiated mobility and lessons from the English Dialect App

Lynn Prieels & Gert De Sutter (Universiteit Gent): A multidimensional approach to the use of colloquial Belgian Dutch on Flemish television: further evidence for the gradual acceptance of tussentaal Dutch

10.30-11.00

Anne-Sophie Ghyselen (Universiteit Gent): Distinguishing between dialect shift and dialect levelling: on the role of speaker perceptions

Stefano De Pascale & Stefania Marzo (K.U.Leuven): Cultural models in contact: the case of regional varieties of Italian

 

 

11.00-11.30: coffee break

 

 

Grote zaal

Tapijtenzaal

11.30-12.00

Karine Stjernholm & Åshild Søfteland (Høgskolen i Østfold): Norwegian diglossia? A talk about a different Norwegian speech community.

Khalid Mourigh (Universiteit Leiden): Fricatieven in het Gouds Marokkaans Nederlands

 

12.00-12.30

Sarah Van Hoof (Universiteit Gent):  Historicizing valorizations of vernacular language use in Flemish public broadcasting

Chloé Lybaert (Universiteit Gent): On the omnipresence of tussentaal in Flanders: perceptions and attitudes of linguistic lays

 

12.30-14.00: lunch break

 

14.00-14.45:  Plenary lecture 2 – Grote zaal

Lian Malai Madsen (Københavns Universitet): “You shouldn’t sound like an uneducated person”: Linguistic diversity and standard language ideology in Denmark

 

Parallel session 2

 

Grote zaal

Tapijtenzaal

Rode salon

14.45-15.15

Petra Poelmans (Fontys Tilburg), Jos Swanenberg (Tilburg University) & Anne Kerkhoff (Fontys Tilburg): ‘In de pauze mag het wel.’ Hoe denken aankomende leraren en leerlingen over accenten in de klas? Een onderzoek naar attitudes ten opzichte van accenten en de implicaties voor het onderwijs.  

Freek Van de Velde, Stefania Marzo, Dirk Pijpops, Tom Ruette & Eline Zenner (K.U.Leuven): Grammaticale kenmerken van het Marokkaans-Nederlandse etnolect. Inzichten op basis van het Moroccorp

Sarah Harchaoui (Université Paris-Sorbonne): The new urban vernacular of Oslo or the way speakers express solidarity toward multilingual urbanity

 

15.15-15.45

Horst Simon (Freie Universität Berlin): Vernacular culture – A historical typology of cultural artefacts using German dialects since the 1970s

Stefania Marzo, Eline Zenner & Dorien Van De Mieroop (K.U.Leuven): A prototype-theoretical approach to social meaning: s-palatalization in Cité Dutch

Jürgen Jaspers (Université Libre de Bruxelles): The colour of Dutch. Ethnolects revisited

 

15.45-16.15: coffee break

 

16.15-17.00: Plenary lecture 3 – Grote zaal

Julia Snell (University of Leeds): Status, solidarity and vernacular vitality

 

17.00-17.45: Plenary lecture 4 – Grote zaal

Leonie Cornips (Meertens Instituut Amsterdam & Universiteit Maastricht): Local identifications through linguistic features and practices: Enregistering traditional and impure dialects, and racializing dialect use

 

17.45-19.00: Conclusion and reception