现代音系学基本概念和理论

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讲座365bet体育在线:108日(周一)第一场13:00-15:20,第二场15:30-18:00

  

讲座地点:四教320

  

主要内容:

第一场现代音系学基本概念和理论

  

音系学做为理论语言学中的核心分支之一,一直是语言学研究的重要领域。本讲座重点先容现代音系学重要概念和基本理论;从语言现实出发,探讨音系学理论起源和本质,并分析音系学理论核心概念。

  

第二场现代音系分析方法与实践

  

本讲座在《现代音系学基本概念和理论》的基础上,进一步说明使用基于规则的传统音系理论和基于制约的优选轮,并使用这两种理论进行音系分析,深入先容音系分析步骤和方法。

  

Short Bio of Prof.  Jeroen(耶鲁安教授)

Jeroen van de Weijer is professor of  English linguistics at Shenzhen University, especially interested in research on  phonological structure, phonetics, linguistic variation, morphology,  psycholinguistics and language acquisition.

He graduated from the University of  Nijmegen (in Holland) with an honorary bachelor's degree in 1989 (his supervisor  was Carlos Gussenhoven), spending one year at University College London , where  he was fortunate enough to attend a very wide range of courses in linguistics,  taught by John Harris, Jonathan Kaye (at SOAS), John Wells, Alan Cruttenden,  Theodora Bynon (SOAS), and others, and participate in numerous linguistic  events. He received his Ph.D. in linguistics from Leiden University in 1994, on  the topic of segmental structure (especially affricates and other types of  ‘complex segments’). His supervisor was Harry van der Hulst, who is now at the  University of Connecticut, and with whom he continues to cooperate (most  recently, on a 1000-page manuscript on vowel harmony, which was recently  finished and will be published by Oxford University Press in 2018, and several  articles).

At Leiden University, after his PhD he  taught more than 10 years (mostly in phonology but also in English teaching and  Dutch linguistics), and was vice-director of the research institute Leiden  University Centre for Linguistics. He is a member of the Netherlands Institute  of Advanced Studies, a research institute in the quiet suburbs of The Hague  where he spent one year away from teaching, working on several  books.

In September 2009, he was hired by  Shanghai International Studies University as a linguistics professor at the  School of English Studies. In early 2010, he won the honorary certificate of  Oriental Scholar (awarded the title of Distinguished Professor and obtained  relevant research fund) issued by the Shanghai Education Commission. In 2013 was  awarded the Silver Magnolia Award by Shanghai Municipal Government. In July  2018, he was hired by Shenzhen University.

He is a prolific author of numerous books  on Optimality Theory, Japanese linguistics, Dutch linguistics and Chinese  linguistics. He authored Optimality Theory: Phonology, Syntax and Acquisition  (Oxford University Press, 2000) and 30 other linguistics, books, published by  Mouton de Gruyter, John Benjamins and other international authoritative  publishers; published about 50 peer-reviewed articles, in Lingua, Acta  Linguistica, Linguistics, Journal of Chinese Linguistics and other first-class  academic journals; Invited to give many speeches at international academic  conferences. He has maintained long-term and deep cooperation with linguists in  Europe and Asia (China, Japan and South Korea). His articles have been cited in  international journals close to a 1000 times.

He is currently working on a number of  articles/projects, including a phonetic study of the Taizhou dialect (a Wu  language), a phonetic study of the Saraiki language (spoken in Pakistan),  acquisition of intonation by Chinese learners of English, two chapters on  Dependency Phonology with Harry van der Hulst, a book on the nature vs. nurture  debate with Harry, a book on a minority language in Holland, a phonology  textbook for students from Asia, and several articles on the synchronic and  historical morphology of English. He prefers teamwork rather than solitary  research.

  

 

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