Programme

WEDNESDAY, 8 MAY 2019

9:00 – 9:10        welcome

9:10 – 10:30      session 1

  • Linguistics terminology and neologisms in Swahili: Rules vs. practice. Gilles-Maurice de Schryver and Jutta De Nul, Ghent University and University of Pretoria
  • The Korean Neologism Investigation Project: Current status and key issues. Kilim Nam, Sujin Lee and Hae-Yun Jung, Kyungpook National University
  • New words in Japanese and the design of UniDicelectronic dictionary. Teruaki Oka, National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics
  • Adding neologisms to the Hebrew online dictionary Rav-Milim. Noga Porath, Melingo

10:30 – 11:00    break

11:00 – 12:20    session 2

  • Exploring criteria for the inclusion of trademarks in general language dictionaries of Modern Greek. Anna Vacalopoulou, Institute for Language and Speech Processing / Athena
  • Can a university project dedicated to the search for neologisms be useful to lexicographers?. Ieda Maria Alves, University of São Paulo
  • Beyond frequency: On the dictionarisation of new words in Spanish. Sergi Torner and Judit Freixa, Pompeu Fabra University
  • New words for the Duden. Kathrin Kunkel-Razum, Bibliographisches Institut

12:20 – 13:40    lunch

13:40 – 15:00    session 3

  • Neologisms in a Dutch online portal. Vivien Waszink, Instituut voor de Nederlandse Taal
  • The formation of neologisms in a lesser used language: The case of Frisian. Hindrik Sijens, Fryske Akademy
  • New Estonian words and senses: Detection and description. Margit Langemets and Jelena Kallas, Institute of the Estonian Language
  • Anglicisms and language-internal neologisms: Dealing with new words and expressions in The Danish Dictionary. Lars Trap-Jensen, Society for Danish Language and Literature

15:00 – 15:30    break

15:30 – 16:10    session 4

  • A system for evaluating multiple data inputs to prioritize neologisms for inclusion in dictionaries. Katherine Connor Martin, Oxford University Press
  • Using the Hypothes.is web annotation tool for neologism collection. Erin McKean, Wordnik

16:10 – 17:00    discussion

17:00                  closure