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LINGUIST List 16.1346

Wed Apr 27 2005

Confs: Cognitive Science/Bordeaux, France

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        1.    Guillaume Desagulier, From Gram to Mind: Grammar as Cogntion. Du fait grammatical au fait cognitif.


Message 1: From Gram to Mind: Grammar as Cogntion. Du fait grammatical au fait cognitif.
Date: 25-Apr-2005
From: Guillaume Desagulier <gdesagulieruniv-paris8.fr>
Subject: From Gram to Mind: Grammar as Cogntion. Du fait grammatical au fait cognitif.


From Gram to Mind: Grammar as Cogntion. Du fait grammatical au fait cognitif.
Short Title: GraMind

Date: 19-May-2005 - 21-May-2005
Location: Bordeaux, France
Contact: Pr. Jean-Remi Lapaire
Contact Email: gramindu-bordeaux3.fr
Meeting URL: http://www.u-bordeaux3.fr/Actu/colloques/2004/25-22052005.htm

Linguistic Field(s): Cognitive Science

Meeting Description:

Is grammar 'a window on thought'? How does grammatical structure relate to
conceptual structure? Is linguistic conceptualisation distinct from general
cognition? To what extent is grammar motivated? Is grammar rational,
phenomenological, imaginative, embodied? Who cognizes what in grammar? What are
the specific epistemological and methodological dimensions of Cognitive Grammar?

International Conference / Colloque international
Bordeaux, 19-21 May 2005

From Gram to Mind : Grammar as Cognition
Du fait grammatical au fait cognitif.

Program / Programme

http://www.u-bordeaux3.fr

Thursday May 19th / Jeudi 19 mai 2005

8 : 00 - 9 : 00 Registration / Accueil des participants.

9 : 00 - 9 :30 Opening address / Ouverture officielle du colloque

9 :30 - 10 :00 Plenary session 1 / Seance pleniere 1
Michel Achard, Rice University
Local Versus Global Accounts of Intransitivity

10 :00 - 10 :45 Plenary session 2 / Seance pleniere 2
Eve Sweetser, U.C. Berkeley
Mental spaces and viewpoint in gesture - and in text

11 :00 - 12 :30 Thematic sessions 1-5 / Sessions thematiques paralleles 1 à 5

12 :30 - 14 :30 Lunch / Dejeuner

14 :30 - 16 :00 Thematic sessions 6-11 / Sessions thematiques paralleles 6-11

16 :30 - 17 : 00 Coffee break / Pause cafe

17 :00 - 17 : 45 Plenary session 3 / Seance pleniere 3
Jean-Pierre Descles, Paris IV-Sorbonne / CNRS
Topological and cognitive representations of grammatical relations: relations
between prepositions, adverbs and preverbs in natural languages

17 :45 - 18 : 30 Plenary session 4 / Seance pleniere 4
Bernard Laks, Paris X- Nanterre / CNRS
Approche cognitive de la phonologie

19 :00 Cocktail reception at Palais Rohan (Town Hall) / Cocktail au Palais
Rohan (Mairie)

Friday May 20th / Vendredi 20 mai 2005

8 : 30 - 9 : 00 Registration / Accueil

9 :00 - 10 :30 Thematic Sessions 12-17 / Sessions thematiques paralleles 12-17

10 :30 - 11 : 00 Coffe break / Pause cafe

11 :00 - 12 : 00 Plenary Session 5 / Conference pleniere 5
R. Langacker, Prof. U.C. San Diego
Enunciating the Parallelism between Nominal and Clausal Grounding

12 :00 - 14 :00 Lunch / dejeuner

14 :00 - 15 :30 Thematic sessions 18-23 / Sessions thematiques paralleles 18-23

15 :30 - 16 : 00 Coffee break / Pause cafe

16 :00 - 17 :00 Thematic sessions (short and standard presentations) 24-29
Sessions thematiques breves 24-29

17:00 - 17:30 Coffee break / Pause cafe

17 :30 - 18 :00 Plenary session 6/ Session pleniere 6
G. Radden, University of Hambourg
A cognitive grammar of English : Qualification of things: modifiers''

18 :00 - 18 :30 Plenary session 7 / Conference pleniere 7
B. Lewandowska-Tomaszczyk, University of Lodz
Language and cognitivism today

20 :30 - 23 :00 Conference dinner / Banquet

Saturday May 21st / Samedi 21 mai 2005

9 :00 - 9 :45 Plenary session 8 / Session pleniere 8
Paulo de Carvalho, Universite de Bordeaux 3
Le nom et le nombre. [Nouns and number]

9 :45 - 10 :30 Plenary session 9 / Session pleniere 9
Bernd Heine, University of Cologne
Cognitive and pragmatic factors in the emergence of functional categories

10 :30 - 11 :00 Coffee break / Pause cafe

11 :00 - 11 :45 Plenary session 10 / Session pleniere 10
Suzanne Kemmer, Rice University
Passive and usage.

11 :45 - 12 :30 Plenary session 11 / Seance pleniere 11
Arie Verhagen, University of Leiden
Argumentativity in grammar, communication, and cognition

12 :30 - 13 :00 Closing session / Cloture du colloque

14 :00 - 15 :30 Free wine tasting and buffet / Degustation de vins et buffet
Salons des 4 Sœurs (in the heart of Bordeaux's Golden Triangle)
Salon des 4 Sœurs (au cœur du triangle d'or de Bordeaux)

16 :00- 17 :30 Free guided tour of Bordeaux's historic districts /
Visite guidee du centre historique de Bordeaux


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