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LINGUIST List 18.2446

Mon Aug 20 2007

Calls: General Ling/USA

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        1.    Sara Finley, 4th Hopkins Workshop on Language: Grammar in Cognition


Message 1: 4th Hopkins Workshop on Language: Grammar in Cognition
Date: 17-Aug-2007
From: Sara Finley <howlcogsci.jhu.edu>
Subject: 4th Hopkins Workshop on Language: Grammar in Cognition
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Full Title: 4th Hopkins Workshop on Language: Grammar in Cognition
Short Title: HOWL

Date: 13-Oct-2007 - 14-Oct-2007
Location: Baltimore, MD, USA
Contact Person: Sara Finley
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://mind.cog.jhu.edu/howl-4/

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics

Call Deadline: 14-Sep-2007

Meeting Description:

The Hopkins Workshop on Language (HOWL) has been created as a venue for
research into human language that is both theoretically grounded and
informed by the range of methodologies of the cognitive sciences. Each
year, a topic is chosen, and scholars present and energetically debate
their ideas from the perspectives of theoretical linguistics, acquisition,
processing, breakdown, computation, and neural representation. In past
years, HOWL has given rise to lively discussion, and speakers from all
disciplines have found the discussion to be very rewarding.

HOWL 4 will take on the topic of Grammar in Cognition.
The first day of the workshop will be devoted to the interface between
grammar and conceptual structure, specifically with respect to
relationships between syntax/semantics and conceptual notions of number and
quantity. The second day will focus on how being in the cognitive system
shapes phonology. As in the past, oral presentations at HOWL 4 will be by
invitation. In addition, we are also
inviting submissions for a poster session.

We invite submissions on the place of grammar in cognition, particularly
ones which fit with the topics of the two days of HOWL 4, from any of the
perspectives of cognitive science.

Anonymous abstracts may not exceed two pages in length (not including
data, figures and references). All abstracts must be submitted
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