Study Day NeQ 2023: Notions in questions in language didactics

The next NeQ Day: notion in questions in language didactics will focus on historicity and historicization, on January 20, 2023 at the Inspé d’Aix-en-Provence or by videoconference.

This international event is co-organized by

the Association of Researchers and Teachers Didacticians of Foreign Languages (Acedle),
the LPL & CNRS,
Aix-Marseille University,
the Inspé of Aix-en-Provence,
the International Society for the History of French as a Foreign or Second Language (SIHFLES)

More info & registration:


Illustration: Angelus Novus, Paul Klee (1920)

LPL study day – scientific teams

Study day dedicated to the four scientific teams of the LPL

19 November 2021

LPL, room B011 (access only for LPL members)


9.30-9.45  Welcome / introduction

9.45-11.00  Systus team

=== 11.00-11.15  Coffee break ===

11.15-12.30  Interactions team

=== 12.30-1.45  Lunch ===

1.45-3.00  Ready team

=== 3.00-3.15  Coffee break ===

3.15-4.30  POP team

4.30-5.00  Discussion

Annual meeting of the French Psychophysiology and Cognitive Neuroscience Society

October 7 & 8, 2021

Aix-En-Provence, France

The annual meeting of the French Psychophysiology and Cognitive Neuroscience Society will take place at the Cube in Aix-En-Provence on the theme Langage & Cognition, following the cuttingEEG 2021 conference.

Students and post-docs can apply to give a talk (10/15 min in French or English)

Organizers: Chotiga Pattamadilok & Serge Pinto (Laboratoire Parole et Langage, Université Aix-Marseille)

Please note that the health pass is required to attend this meeting

Registration is free of charge and now open here until September 20th, 2021.

>> Program

LPL Study Day

[Only for LPL members]

9.30-10.30: Opening and general presentation by the lab management
10.30-11.00: Coffee break
11.00-12.30: General assembly
12.30-14.00: Lunch
Afternoon: Workshop about the LPL book

Study day of the FFL Didactics Association

Multimodality and multi-media for teaching and learning foreign languages

On January 8, the ASDIFLE Study Day will take place, co-organized by the LPL. This online day will bring together 5 speakers (Régine Llorca, Malory Leclere, Pauline Beaupoil, Nicolas Guichon and Marco Cappellini) around the theme of multimodality in the teaching and learning of foreign languages. 500 participants from 50 different countries are expected for the event which follows a professional day on the same theme, organized in Paris in January 2020.

To go further:
Contact at the LPL: Marion Tellier

Study Days on Convergence

Study Days on Convergence

October 18-19, 2019
LPL, Aix-en-Provence

Organized by

The Linguistic Circle of Aix-en-Provence (CLAIX)
The Systems & Usages team of the LPL

Contacts: Sibylle Kriegel and Sophie Herment (LPL / AMU)


18 et 19 octobre 2019

Organisées par le CLAIX, Cercle Linguistique d’Aix-en-Provence et l’équipe SYSTUS du LPL

Laboratoire Parole et Langage, salle B 011, 5 avenue Pasteur, Aix-en-Provence

Friday 18 October 2019

9h30-10h15            Welcome

10h15-11h15            Debra Ziegeler, conférencière invitée (U. Sorbonne Nouvelle) : The future of already in Singapore English: a matter of selective convergence

11h15-11h45           Coffee break

11h45-12h30           Diana Lewis (AMU, LPL) : Grammaticalisation de lexème, de construction : deux cas de développement adverbial en anglais

12h30-14h15           Déjeuner

14h15-15h00          James German (AMU, LPL) : Linguistic adaptation as an automatic response to socio-indexical cues

15h00-15h45         Daniel Véronique (AMU, LPL) : L’« agglutination nominale » dans les langues créoles françaises : un exemple de convergence ?

15h45-16h15          Coffee break

16h15-17h00         Akissi Béatrice Boutin (ILA-UFHB, Abidjan-Cocody) : Réanalyses avec et sans convergence dans le plurilinguisme ivoirien

17h00-17h45         Sibylle Kriegel (AMU, LPL) : Créolisation et convergence : l’expression du corps comme marque du réfléchi

17h45-18h15          Charles Zaremba : Le CLAIX Cercle Linguistique d’Aix-en-Provence, retrospective


Saturday 19 October

10h-10h45                 Massinissa Garaoun (AMU) : Convergence linguistique et cycles : le cas de la négation en arabe maghrébin et en berbère     

10h45-11h30             Nicolas Tournadre (AMU, LACITO) : Phénomènes de copie et de convergence dans les langues du Tibet et de l’Himalaya

11h30-12h                  Coffee Break

12h-12h45                 Cyril Aslanov (AMU, LPL) : Convergence and secondary entropy in a macrodiachronic perspective