[Colloque] Grapholinguistics in the 21st century

Grapholinguistics in the 21st century – From graphemes to knowledge

17-18-19 juin 2020 [colloque en ligne]

G21C (Grapholinguistics in the 21st Century) is a biennial conference bringing together disciplines concerned with grapholinguistics and more generally the study of writing systems and their representation in written communication. The conference aims to reflect on the current state of research in the area, and on the role that writing and writing systems play in neighboring disciplines like computer science and information technology, communication, typography, psychology, and pedagogy. In particular it aims to study the effect of the growing importance of Unicode with regard to the future of reading and writing in human societies. Reflecting the richness of perspectives on writing systems, G21C is actively interdisciplinary, and welcomes proposals from researchers from the fields of computer science and information technology, linguistics, communication, pedagogy, psychology, history, and the social sciences.

G21C aims to create a space for the discussion of the range of approaches to writing systems, and specifically to bridge approaches in linguistics, informatics, and other fields. It will provide a forum for explorations in terminology, methodology, and theoretical approaches relating to the delineation of an emerging interdisciplinary area of research that intersects with intense activity in practical implementations of writing systems.

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LIST OF KEYNOTE PRESENTATIONS
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  • COON, Jessica. — The Linguistics of Arrival: What an Alien Writing System Can Teach Us about Human Language
  • NEEF, Martin. — What Is It That Ends with a Full Stop?
 
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LIST OF ORAL PRESENTATIONS (in alphabetical order)
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  • ASHOURINIA, Kaveh. — Quantifying the Ambiguity of No Short Vowels in Persian Writing
  • DANET, Claire, Dominique BOUTET, Patrick DOAN, Claudia Savina BIANCHINI, Adrien CONTESSE, Léa CHÈVREFILS, Morgane RÉBULARD, Chloé THOMAS and Jean-François DAUPHIN. — Transcribing Sign Languages with Typannot: A Typographic System Which Retains and Displays Multiple Levels of Information
  • DONNELLY, Kevin. — Digitising Swahili in Arabic Script
  • DÜRST, Martin J. — Between Characters and Glyphs – the Case of Han Ideographs
  • ELTI DI RODEANO, Sveva. — Scripts in Contact: The Transmission of the First Alphabets
  • EVERTZ-RITTICH, Martin. — What Is a Written Word and If So, How Many
  • FENDEL, Victoria Beatrix. — A Small Step for a Man, a Giant Leap for a People: The Beginnings of the Coptic Alphabet
  • GNANADESIKAN, Amalia. — S1: The Native Script Effect
  • HANDEL, Zev. — Is Logographic a Valid Script Typology? Evidence from Historical Borrowing of the Chinese-Character Script
  • HARBOUR, Daniel. — Vowel Writing and the Role of Grammar in Writing System Evolution
  • HONDA, Keisuke. — A Modular Theoretic Approach to the Japanese Writing System: Possibilities and Challenges
  • HUOT-MARCHAND, Thomas and Johannes BERGERHAUSEN. — The Missing Scripts
  • HUTTO, Megan. — Press Rightward-Facing Triangle: Metaphor and Cross-Cultural Semiotics in Phone Applications
  • JEE, Hana, Monica TAMARIZ and Richard SHILLCOCK. — Quantifying Sound-Graphic Systematicity and Application on Multiple Phonographs
  • KELLY, Piers. — The Ottomaung Alphabet of Bougainville, Papua New Guinea: Documenting a New Script by Long-Distance Correspondence in a Politically Sensitive Environment
  • KETTANEH, Christine. — Mute Melodies
  • KOCH, Christian. — Wikimoldia – Digital Revitalization of the Moldovan Language
  • KULISH, Olga. — Between the Words: Emotional Punctuation in the Digital Age Communication
  • KÜSTER, Marc Wilhelm. — Mystic Messages – The Magic of Writing
  • LANDRAGIN, Frédéric, Yannis HARALAMBOUS and Kenichi HANDA. — Graphemic and Graphetic Methods in Speculative Fiction
  • MELETIS, Dimitrios. — Is the Syllable Universally the Most Salient Unit of Writing?
  • MOURAD, Ghassan, Dana AWAD and Marie-Rose AL-AMIL. — The Role of Punctuation in Translation
  • NEUMAN, Yishai. — Sociocultural Motivation for Spelling Variation in Modern Hebrew
  • OSTERKAMP, Sven and Gordian SCHREIBER. — Challenging the Dichotomy between Phonography and Morphography: Transitions and Grey Areas
  • PERONO CACCIAFOCO, Francesco. — A New Approach to the Decipherment of Linear A: Coding to Decipher Linear A, Stage 2
  • PIERSON, Morgane. — Beyond the Semantic: Typographic Representation of Ancient Monetary Inscriptions
  • PRESUTTI, Stefano. — Graphemic Complexity for the New Romance Phonemes in Italian: Some Reflections
  • PRESUTTI, Stefano. — The Interdependence between Oral and Writing Systems. Towards a Greater Awareness
  • RASHWAN, Hany. — Comparing the Visual Untranslatability of Ancient Egyptian and Arabic Writing Systems
  • SALGARELLA, Ester and Simon CASTELLAN. — SigLA. The Signs of Linear A: A Linguistic and Palaeographic Database
  • SALOMON, Corinna. — Comparative Perspectives on the Study of Script Transfer, and the Origin of the Runic Script
  • STOJANOV, Tomislav. — The Sociolinguistics of Punctuation – What Can We Infer about Our Language by Observing the Evolution of Punctuation?
  • TAHA, Haitham. — The Role of Semantic Activation during Word Recognition in Arabic among Typical and Poor Readers
  • UGRAY, Gábor. — Progress Report on Hanzi Network Dictionary, a Shape-Based, Etymologically Motivated Character Decomposition Dataset with Functional Annotations
  • WACHENDORFF, Irmi. — Typographetics of Urban Spaces – the Indication of Discourse Types and Genres through Letterforms and Their Materiality in Multilingual Urban Spaces
  • WÖHRMANN, Frithjof. — Limitless Script-Choice? How Romanian Writing during the 19th Century Reveals the Limits of Current Understandings of ‘Writing System’
  • XU, Duoduo. — Digitizing Dongba Pictographs: Semantic Index for a Unicode Database
 
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LIST OF POSTER PRESENTATIONS (in alphabetical order)
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  • BIANCHINI, Claudia Savina. — How to Improve Metalinguistic Awareness by Writing a Language without Writing: Sign Languages and Sign Writing
  • DROZHASHCHIKH, Nataliia, Elena EFIMOVA and Evgenia MESHCHERYAKOVA. — Form-Meaning Regularities in Old English Thesaurus and Corpora
  • FEDOROVA, Liudmila. — To the Typology of Writing Systems
  • GIUNASHVILI, Helen. — Old Aramaic Script in Georgia
  • JOYCE, Terry and Hisashi MASUDA. — Constructing a Database of Japanese Compound Words: Some Observations on the Morphological Structures of Three- and Four-Kanji Compound Words
  • MELKA, Tomi S. and Robert M. SCHOCH. — A Case in Point: Communication with Unknown Intelligence/s
  • MORIOKA, Tomohiko. — Viewpoints on Structure Description of Chinese Character
  • MYERS, James. — Levels of Structure within Chinese Character Constituents
  • SCHOCH, Robert M. and Tomi S. MELKA. — A “Sacred Amulet from Easter Island – 1885/6 –”: Analyzing Enigmatic Glyphic Characters in the Context of the rongorongo Script
  • VERHEIJEN, Lieke. — The Effects of Emoji and Emoticons in Webcare
  • VÉRY, Dalma. — The Mediality of Typography and Textual Space
  • VLACHOU, Irene and Laurence PENNEY. — Parametric Fallback Fonts for the Web

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