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Seminar “Collocations cross-linguistically” 8.5.

The research group CoCoLaC (subprogram Vocabulary) organizes a seminar in Metsätalo (Unioninkatu 40), lecture hall 8, on Friday 8th May 2015 with the title:

Collocations cross-linguistically

NB! There has been some last-minute changes in the program. You find the new version underneath.

(program in PDF – updated on May 7th)

8.55-9.00           OPENING

9.00-9.45           Jarmo Jantunen (Jyväskylän yliopisto): Corpora, phraseology and dictionaries: How does research meet teaching and learning? (abstract in PDF)

9.45-10.15        Daria Kormacheva, Lidia Pivovarova and Mikhail Kopotev (Helsingin yliopisto): Automatic collocation extraction by searching stable features in n-grams (abstract in PDF)

10.15-10.45      Olli Silvennoinen (Helsingin yliopisto): Stirred but not shaken: How fixed are fixed expressions? (abstract in PDF)

10.45-11.05      COFFEE BREAK

11.05-11.50      Rainer Perkuhn (Institut für Deutsche Sprache, Mannheim): Collocation(s) in German Minds (abstract in PDF)

11.50-12.35      Agnès Tutin (Université Stendhal – Grenoble 3): Complex collocational patterns: the example of the emotion field in French (abstract in PDF)

12.35-14.10      LUNCH

14.10-14.55      Margarita Alonso Ramos (Universidade de A Coruña): Spanish collocations: Learning resources and evaluation tools (abstract in PDF)

14.55-15.25     Anton Granvik (HANKEN School of Economics/Göteborgs universitet): The rise of the shell-noun construction in Spanish: A collostructional analysis (abstract in PDF)

15.25-15.45     COFFEE BREAK

15.45-16.15      Per Snoder (Stockholms universitet): Teaching collocation. Report from a pilot study (abstract in PDF)

16.15-16.45     Claudia Jeltsch (Haaga-Helian ammattikorkeakoulu/Helsingin yliopisto): Heimat versus kotimaa –a cross-linguistic corpus-based pilot study of contemporary written German and Finnish (abstract in PDF)

16.45-16.50      CLOSURE


Everyone interested in these topics is welcome to the seminar, but we kindly ask for registration by April 30th via e-form.