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Message 1: Conceptual Structure, Discourse, & Language (CSDL 2000)

Date: Thu, 13 Apr 2000 15:28:48 -0700
From: John W. Du Bois <duboishumanitas.ucsb.edu>
Subject: Conceptual Structure, Discourse, & Language (CSDL 2000)

Following is the preliminary program for the conference on "Conceptual
Structure, Discourse, and Language" (CSDL 2000), to be held at UC Santa
Barbara May 11-14, 2000.

Please note that the postmark deadline for early registration is April
15. Also, special rates on conference hotels are available only until
April 20, so please make your hotel reservations now.

For program update, registration, lodging, and other conference
information please see our web site at:

http://linguistics.ucsb.edu/events/CSDL/CSDL.htm

John Du Bois
CSDL 2000 Organizing Committee
duboishumanitas.ucsb.edu

Preliminary Program: Conceptual Structure, Discourse, and Language 2000
[Revised April 12, 2000]

Note: All CSDL events (except the banquet) take place in the University
Center (UCen, pronounced U-Cen) at the University of California, Santa
Barbara. All plenary sessions are in Corwin Pavilion East (excluding the
two Thursday afternoon workshops, which are in the Santa Barbara Harbor
Room). Other rooms are indicated in the program version posted on the
web. 

Thursday May 11 (afternoon)	

12-8:00 PM	Registration	

1:30-3:00	Gilles Fauconnier (San Diego), Mark Turner (Maryland) and Eve
Sweetser (Berkeley) 
		Workshop: Topics in Blending Theory	

3:00-3:30	Coffee Break	

3:30-5:00	John Du Bois (Santa Barbara) and Patricia Clancy (Santa
Barbara), Organizers 
		Workshop: Topics in Discourse, Grammar, and Interaction	

5:00-7:00	Dinner Break	

7:00-9:30	Dan Montello (Santa Barbara), Organizer 
		Pre-Conference Session: Language and Spatial Information	
7:00-7:30	Barbara Tversky (Stanford) "Describing Routes and Events"	
7:30-8:00	Gary Allen (South Carolina) "Environmental Influences on Route
Descriptions: A Component Analysis"	
8:00-8:30	Helen Couclelis (Santa Barbara) "Natural Language in a
Geographic Information System"	
8:30-9:00	David M. Mark (SUNY Buffalo) "Where Do Basic (Geo) Spatial
Relations Between Lines and Regions Come From?"	
9:00-9:30	Andrew Frank (Technical University, Vienna) "A Formalism of
Metaphorical Transfer: From Spatial to Non-Spatial"	

Friday May 12 (morning)	

8:30-8:45	Welcome and Opening Remarks	

8:45-9:45	George Lakoff (Berkeley) The Neural Theory of Language
(Plenary Lecture) 	

9:45-10:15	Coffee Break	

10:15-12:15	Acquisition of Grammar			
10:15-10:45	Patricia Clancy "Exceptional Casemarking in Korean
Acquisition: A Discourse-Functional Account" 			
10:45-11:15	Nancy Budwig & Bhuvana Narasimhan "Transitive and
Intransitive Constructions in Hindi-Speaking Caregiver-Child
Discourse"			
11:15-11:45	Holger Diessel & Michael Tomasello "The Emergence of
Relative Constructions in Early Child Language"			
11:45-12:15	Michael Israel "How Children Get Constructions"			

10:15-12:15	Grammar of Pre-/Postpositions & Particles		
10:15-10:45	Nancy Chang & Benjamin Bergen "Spatial Schematicity of
Prepositions in Neural Grammar"		
10:45-11:15	Stefan Gries "Particle Placement in English: A Cognitive and
Multifactorial Investigation"		
11:15-11:45	David Zubin & Klaus-Michael Koepcke "Experiencer in the
Landscape: Gender in the Geographic Lexicon of German"		
11:45-12:15	Kyoko Masuda "The Evidence from Conversation for a
Usage-Based Model: The Occurrence and Non-Occurrence of Japanese
Locative Particles in Conversation"		

10:15-12:15 	Metaphor	
10:15-10:45	Eleni Koutsomitopoulos "The Role of Conceptual Metaphor in
Knowledge Engineering: Metaphor-Based Ontologies"	
10:45-11:15	Mary Helen Immordino "Metaphor Use in a Seventh-Grade
Science Lesson: Implications for Students' Understandings"	
11:15-11:45	Mari Takada, Kazuko Shinohara & Fumi Morizumi
"Socio-Cultural Values as Motivation of Mapping: An Analysis of
Daughter-as-Commodity Metaphor in Japanese"	
11:45-12:15	Kevin Moore "More vs. Less Language-Specific Temporal
Concepts"	

12:15-1:30	Lunch Break	


Friday May 12 (afternoon)	

1:30-2:30	 Rachel Giora (Tel Aviv) Salience and Context Effects: The
Case of Humor (Plenary Lecture) 	

2:30-3:30	Literal & Nonliteral Meaning			
2:30-3:00	Mira Ariel "Salient, Linguistic, and Interactional Meanings:
The Demise of a Unique Literal Meaning"			
3:00-3:30	Balthasar Bickel "Conversational Relativity: An Aspect of
Irony and Reproach in Belhare" 			
2:30-3:30	Argument Structure +		
2:30-3:00	Ki-Sun Hong "Thematic Roles and Cognition: A Case of Korean
Idioms"		
3:00-3:30	Tsuyoshi Ono "Japanese (W)Atashi 'I': It's Not Just a
Pronoun"		

2:30-3:30	Prosody	
2:30-3:00	Scott Liddell "Suprasegmentals at the Core of an English
Construction"	
3:00-3:30	[TBA]	

3:30-4:00	Coffee Break	

4:00-5:00	Literal & Nonliteral Meaning			
4:00-4:30	Paula Lima, Raymond Gibbs, & E. Francozo "DESIRE IS HUNGER:
New Ideas About Old Conceptual Metaphors"			
4:30-5:00	Barbara Holder &Seana Coulson "Hints on How to Drink from a
Fire Hose: Conceptual Blending in the Wild Blue Yonder" 			

4:00-5:00	Argument Structure		
4:00-4:30	Jean-Pierre Koenig "Class Selectivity and the 
Participant/Setting Distinction" 
4:30-5:00	Patrick Farrell "The Conceptual Structure of "Agentive"
-er" 		

4:00-5:00	Interactionally Distributed Cognition	
4:00-4:30	Gene Lerner "Finding 'Interactionally Distributed' and
'Shared' Cognition in Searching for a Word"	
4:30-5:00	Monica Turk "Discontinuity and Conversational Uses of 'and'" 	

5:00-7:00	Dinner Break	

7:00-8:00	Sandra Thompson (Santa Barbara) Conceptual Structure,
Discourse, and Object Complements (Plenary Lecture)

8:00-9:00	Wallace Chafe (Santa Barbara) Discourse Appreciation (Plenary
Lecture) 	

Saturday May 13 (morning)	

9-10		Dedre Gentner (Northwestern) Analogy (Plenary Lecture) 	

10-10:30	Coffee Break	

10:30-12:30	Analogy			
10:30-11:00	Jeffrey Loewenstein & Dedre Gentner "Spatial Relational
Language Facilitates Preschoolers' Understanding of Relations"			
11:00-11:30	Esther Kim "Analogy as Discourse Process"			
11:30-12:00	David Uttal & Jeffrey Loewenstein "On the Relation Between
Maps and Analogies"			
12:00-12:30	Lindsey Engle "Analogy in US Classrooms: Pedagogical
Processes Structuring the Acquisition of Abstract Mathematical
Concepts"			

10:30-12:30	Form, Meaning, and Mapping		
10:30-11:00	Mark Lee & John Brandon "Metaphor, Pretence and
Counterfactuals"		
11:00-11:30	Michael Hanson "The Importance of Being Ironic: Uses of
Irony in A Group Discussion about Race, Gender and Adulthood"		
11:30-12:00	Haldur Oim "STRAIGHT in Estonian"		
12:00-12:30	Pilar Duran & Stacy Kingler "Positive and Negative Evidence
Provided to Hispanic Women by Children and Teachers"		

10:30-12:30	Syntax Across Clauses	
10:30-11:00	Beaumont Brush "Force, Time, and Predicate Structure in
Interclausal Relations"	
11:00-11:30	Cristiano Broccias "A Cognitive Account of English
Resultative Constructions"	
11:30-12:00	Joseph Park "The Intonation Unit as a Cognitive Unit:
Evidence from Korean Complex Sentences"	
12:00-12:30	Mirna Pit "Subjectivity in Causal Coherence Relations"	

12:30-1:30	Lunch Break	

Saturday May 13 (afternoon)	

1:30-2:30	Kathryn Bock (Illinois) The Persistence of Structural Priming
in Language Production (Plenary Lecture) 	

2:30-3:30	Priming in Discourse			
2:30-3:00	John Du Bois "Reusable Syntax: Socially Distributed Cognition
in Dialogic Interaction" 			
3:00-3:30	Michele Emanatian "Metaphor Clustering in Discourse" 			

2:30-3:30	Sound and Meaning		
2:30-3:00	Tim Rohrer "Conceptual Integration Networks in Political
Thought: Visual and Phonemic Blends"		
3:00-3:30	Benjamin Bergen "Probabilistic Associations Between Sound and
Meaning: Belief Networks for Modeling Phonaesthemes"		
 
2:30-3:30	Non-Literal Meaning Across Languages	
2:30-3:00	Heather Bortfield "Comprehending Idioms Cross-Linguistically"	
3:00-3:30	Ashlee Bailey "On the Non-Existence of Blue-Yellow and
Red-Green Color Terms: The Case of Semantic Extension"	

3:30-4:00	Coffee Break	

4:00-5:30	Phonology: Sound and Use			
4:00-4:30	Joan Bybee "Phonological Clues to the Size of Storage and
Processing Units"
4:30-5:00	Liang Tao "Transnumerality and Classifier: Do They Come as a
Package Deal?"
5:00-5:30	Marilyn Vihmann "The Role of Vocal Production in the Ontogeny
of Language: Theoretical and Experimental Evidence"			

4:00-5:30	Grammaticization and Language Use		
4:00-4:30	Shoichi Iwasaki "Structural Reanalysis in Discourse"		
4:30-5:00	Kaoru Horie & Debra Occhi "Borrowing for 'Thinking For
Speaking': A Case Study from Japanese"
5:00-5:30	Ritva Laury "The Definite Article in Interlanguage and
Grammaticization: A Comparison"		

4:00-5:30	Metaphor, Blending, and Change	
4:00-4:30	Hilary Young & Anatol Stefanowitsch "Domain Blending in
English: The adj-and-adj Construction"	
4:30-5:00	Mei-Chung Liu "Categorical Structure and Semantic
Representation of Mandarin Verbs of Communication"
5:00-5:30	Josef Ruppenhofer & Esther J. Wood "Pragmatic Inferencing and
Metaphor in Semantic Change"	

5:30-5:40	Break

5:40-6:40	Charles Li (Santa Barbara) The Evolutionary Origin of Language
(Plenary Lecture) 	

6:40-7:30	Cash Bar (Faculty Club)	

7:30-9:30	Banquet (Faculty Club)	

Sunday May 14	

9:30-10:30	Mark Turner (Maryland) Compression in Thought and Language
(Plenary Lecture) 	

10:30-45	Coffee Break	

10:45-12:15	Cognition in Gesture & Sign			
10:45-11:15	Alan Cienki "Gesture, Metaphor, and Thinking for
Speaking"			
11:15-11:45	Paul Dudis "Visible Tokens in Signed Languages"			
11:45-12:15	Sarah Taub "Description of Motion in ASL: Cognitive
Strategies Rather Than Arbitrary Rules"			

10:45-12:15	Syntax Within the Clause		
10:45-11:15	Terry Klahfen "Cognitive Processing of Japanese Inflectional
Morphology"		
11:15-11:45	Victor Balaban "I Was Blessed by the Virgin Mary: Use of
Passive Constructions to Reduce Agency in Naturally Occurring Religious
Discourse"		
11:45-12:15	Todd McDaniels "Deictic Shift as a Function of Preposing in
Comanche Narrative" 		

10:45-12:15	Acquisition of Narrative	
10:45-11:15	Molly Losh "Affective and Social-Cognitive Underpinnings of
Narrative: Insights from Autism"	
11:15-11:45	Anita Zamora, Sarah Kriz & Judy Reilley "The Linguistic
Encoding of Stance in Written and Spoken Texts: A Developmental Study" 	
11:45-12:15	Ravid Abramson "The Distribution of Non-Imageable
Predicates: A Developmental Perspective"	

12:15-1:15	Lunch Break	

1:15-2:15	Metaphor & Personification/ Objectification			
1:15-1:45	Joe Grady "Personification and the Typology of Conceptual
Metaphors"			
1:45-2:15	Melinda Chen "A Cognitive-Linguistic View of Linguistic
(Human) Objectification"			

1:15-2:15	Origins of Relational Meaning: Cognitive Influences and
Cross-Linguistic Evidence		
1:15-1:45	Lorraine McCune "Relational Meaning: Sources in Infant
Perception, Motion and Cognition"		
1:45-2:15	Marilyn Vihmann & Lorraine McCune "Relational Words:
Cross-Linguistic Evidence" Soonja Choi [Discussant]		

1:15-2:15	Meaning in Discourse 	
1:15-1:45	Kingkarn Thepkanjana "Semantic Variations of the Verb in
Context: A Case Study in Thai"	
1:45-2:15	Masahiko Minami "Establishing Viewpoint: Wrapping-up Devices
in Japanese Oral Narrative Discourse"	

2:15-3:15	Ron Langacker (San Diego) Viewing Arrangements and
Experiential Reporting (Plenary Lecture)

3:15-3:30	Closing: John Du Bois, Patricia Clancy, Dan Montello
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