LINGUIST List 17.3021|
Sun Oct 15 2006
Calls: Cognitive Science/France; Ling & Literature, Sociolinguistics/USA
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2nd International AFLiCo Conference
Citizenship, Identity, and Race 150 Years after Dred Scott
Message 1: 2nd International AFLiCo Conference
From: Maarten Lemmens <maarten.lemmensuniv-lille3.fr>
Subject: 2nd International AFLiCo Conference
Full Title: 2nd International AFLiCo Conference
Short Title: AFLICO II
Date: 10-May-2007 - 12-May-2007
Location: Lille, France
Contact Person: Maarten Lemmens
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://aflico.asso.univ-lille3.fr/Events/colloque2007/
Linguistic Field(s): Cognitive Science
Call Deadline: 15-Nov-2006
The conference aims at bringing together and strengthening the network of cognitive linguistics working in France and abroad, to continue the network of discussion and collaboration set in motion by the inaugural conference of AFLiCo (“From Grammar to Mind”), held in Bordeaux, May 2007. This second conference will offer a forum for both thematic sessions and general sessions.
2nd Call for Papers
Second International conference of the Association Française de Linguistique Cognitive (AFLiCo), with general sessions and special thematic sessions on ''Typology, Gesture, and Sign''.
University of Lille 3, Lille, France
10-12 May 2007
- the conference is not restricted to the three themes, but welcomes more general topics as well (see below)
- addition of ''cognitive phonology'' and ''cognitive language pedagogy'' for general sessions
- provisional conference structure available on conference website
William Croft (Univ. of New Mexico, Albuquerque)
Christian Cuxac (Univ. Paris 8)
Susan Goldin-Meadow (Univ. de Chicago)
Colette Grinevald (Univ. Lyon 2)
Scott Liddell (Univ. of San Diego)
Irit Meir (Univ de Tel-Aviv)
Christian Plantin (Univ. Lyon 2)
Dan Slobin (Univ. de California, Berkeley)
Eve Ssweetser (Univ. of California, Berkeley)
Sherman Wilcox (Univ. of New Mexico, Albuquerque)
The conference aims at bringing together and strengthening the network of cognitive linguistics working in France and abroad, to continue the network of discussion and collaboration set in motion by the inaugural conference of AFLiCo (''From Grammar to Mind''), held in Bordeaux, May 2007. This second conference will offer a forum both thematic sessions and general sessions.
The conference will devote special attention to three major themes of research, viz. typology, gesture and sign language. The last topic ties in with the LSF Interpreter training at the University of Lille.
These three themes all pertain to the relationship between language and cognition. The typological and comparative studies tie in with the question of universal grammar and linguistic relativity. Sign languages are essential to better understand the cognitive dimensions of language. Cognitive Linguistics offers a well-suited model to account for iconicity, metaphor and metonymy that are central to the study of the sign languages of the world. The study of co-verbal gestures, which straddle the boarder between the verbal and the non-verbal offer another window into the mind, revealing cognitive strategies which may or may not be identical to those that one finds in language. The study of gesture, still relatively young, finds a natural place within the framework of Cognitive Linguistics.
However, the conference will not be limited to these three domains of research. The organisers encourage researchers to submit proposals within other areas of cognitive linguistics, to be presented in the general parallel sessions. In addition to the three thematic areas, these topics include (but are not limited to):
- interaction between lexicon and syntax
- corpus linguistics and cognitive linguistics
- grammaticalization and diachronic linguistics
- semantic pragmatic interface
- linguistic relativism
- cognitive phonology
- cognitive applications in language pedagogy
In line with one of the main goals of AFLiCo, we welcome papers elaborating the affinities between cognitive linguistics and Culioli's ''théorie des opérations énoniciatives''.
The organisers further encourage young researchers to submit an abstract.
Note: for organisational reasons, the thematic sessions on sign languages will be grouped on the first day of the conference (10 May).
Abstracts will be submitted to a double, blind review. They should be fully anonymous and not exceed 500 words (references excluded). To be sent via email as attachment (MS-WORD doc or rtf, OpenOffice, PDF) to:
Please put in the subject line: ''abstract AFLICO'' in the body of the mail, please specify:
- affiliation of author(s)
- presentation or poster
- thematic sessions (typology, gesture, sign) or general session
- 3 - 5 keywords to help organisers arrange presentations thematically.
- need for sign language interpreter
Submission deadline: 15 Nov., 2006
Notification of acceptance: 15 Jan., 2007
Satellite event (workshop ''Space & Language''): May 9, 2007
Conference dates : May 10-12, 2007
(TBC : registration & welcome reception : May 9, from 17h00)
Details about the registration procedure and registration deadlines will be posted on the conference website as soon as they become available. There will be reduced registration fee for AFLiCo members and students.
English (preferred), French, LSF (please notify the organisers in advance)
Prior to the conference (May 9), there will be a thematic workshop on ''Space and Language in typological perspective'', with as speakers, Dan Slobin (Univ. of California), Maya Hickmann (Univ. Paris 5), Catherine Fuchs (CNRS), Laure Sarda (CNRS), Dejan Stosic (Univ. d'Artois), among others. Further details will be posted on the conference website.
Maarten Lemmens, Université Lille3
Annie Risler, Université Lille3
Rudy Loock, Université Lille 3
Dejan Stosic, Univ. d'Artois
Anne Jugnet, Univ. Lille3
Michel Achard, Univ. de Rice, Houston, Tx, USA
Marion Blondel, Dyalang, Univ. Rouen
Stéphanie Bonnefille, Univ. de Tour
Bert Cornilie, Université de Leuven, Belgique
Christian Cuxac, Univ. Paris 8
Georgette Dal, Université Lille3
Caroline David, Université Montpellier
Liesbeth Degand, Université de Louvain, Belgique
Nicole Delbecque, Université de Leuven, Belgique
Jean-Pierre Desclés, Université Paris 4
Dagmar Divjak, FWO Belgique & Université de Sheffield, Angleterre
Jean-Michel Fortis, Univ. de Paris 7
Cathérine Fuchs, ENS Ulm, Paris
Stefan Gries, Univ. de Californie, Santa Barbara, USA
Colette Grinevald, Université de Lyon 2.
Maya Hickmann, Univ. Paris 5
Bernard Laks, Univ. Paris 10
Jean-Rémi Lapaire, Univ. Bordeaux 3
Scott Liddell, Gallaudet University, Washington DC, USA
Wilfrid Rotgé, Univ. Paris X Nanterre
Marie-Anne Sallandre, Univ. Paris 8
Anatol Stefanowitsch, Univ. de Bremen, Allemagne
Eve Sweetser, Univ. de Californie, Berkeley, USA
Phyllis Wilcox, Univ. of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM, USA
Sherman Wilcox, Univ. of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM, USA
Message 2: Citizenship, Identity, and Race 150 Years after Dred Scott
From: Jennifer Bloomquist <jbloomqugettysburg.edu>
Subject: Citizenship, Identity, and Race 150 Years after Dred Scott
Full Title: Citizenship, Identity, and Race 150 Years after Dred Scott
Date: 30-Mar-2007 - 31-Mar-2007
Location: Gettysburg, PA, USA
Contact Person: Scott Hancock
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://www.gettysburg.edu/academics/african_american_studies/cpc_africanastudiesconference/index.dot
Linguistic Field(s): Anthropological Linguistics; Ling & Literature; Sociolinguistics
Call Deadline: 15-Nov-2006
This interdisciplinary conference will examine contemporary and historical issues of citizenship, identity, ethnicity and race in the African Diaspora from the era of Dred Scott to the present.
This interdisciplinary conference will examine contemporary and historical issues of citizenship, identity, ethnicity and race in the African Diaspora from the era of Dred Scott to the present. The struggle for citizenship that Dred Scott underwent from 1847 to 1857 has been repeated in different forms across the African world. The organizers welcome proposals from a wide range of disciplines from --history, law, linguistics, economics, literature, sociology, education, and others in order to draw academics and artists to investigate how people of African descent have struggled for, shaped, challenged, or broadened notions of citizenship, identity, ethnicity, and race from disciplinary and inter/multi disciplinary perspectives at both the national and transnational levels. The conference will convene from March 30-31, 2007 at Gettysburg College. Please visit the conference website for a fuller description of panels and the conference.
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