In recent years, the study of the interaction between different levels of linguistic knowledge has attracted increasing interest. In order to speak or understand a language we need to access different mechanisms whose interaction cannot be fully appreciated from a non-integrated approach. This workshop aims to bring together scholars who have been working on these issues providing cross-section, cutting-edge accounts of developments in the interfaces between phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, and pragmatics. The workshop will provide a forum for discussion of methods, theoretical perspectives, and accounts of the interaction between components of the language faculty.
Special Thematic Sessions, we would like to encourage submission of papers and posters for two special sessions dealing with:
(i) experimental approaches for the investigation of interfaces
(ii) implications of findings on interface issues in the applied linguistics field.
- Selection and notification by 28 of Feb 2007
- Conference program 15 of Mar 2007
- Conference date 1 - 3 June 2007
School of Communication, University of Ulster
Humanities Research Institute, University of Ulster