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LINGUIST List 18.2519

Tue Aug 28 2007

Calls: Cognitive Science/Germany

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        1.    Birte Loenneker-Rodman, 3rd Intl Conf German Cognitive Linguistics Assoc


Message 1: 3rd Intl Conf German Cognitive Linguistics Assoc
Date: 27-Aug-2007
From: Birte Loenneker-Rodman <loennekeicsi.berkeley.edu>
Subject: 3rd Intl Conf German Cognitive Linguistics Assoc
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Full Title: 3rd Intl Conf German Cognitive Linguistics Assoc
Short Title: GCLA-08/DGKL-08

Date: 25-Sep-2008 - 27-Sep-2008
Location: Leipzig, Germany
Contact Person: Doris Schoenefeld
Meeting Email: doris.schoenefeldruhr-uni-bochum.de
Web Site: http://webapp.rrz.uni-hamburg.de/~DGKL/GCLA_08/

Linguistic Field(s): Cognitive Science

Call Deadline: 01-Dec-2007

Meeting Description:

The third international conference of the German Cognitive Linguistics
Association (GCLA/DGKL) will take place in Leipzig, Germany, from September, 25
to 27, 2008. It is organized by the Linguistics Department at the Institute of
English and American Studies at Leipzig University.

First announcement GCLA/DGKL 2008

Call for papers
Third international conference of the
German Cognitive Linguistics Association
Leipzig, September, 25 - 27, 2008

The third international conference of the German Cognitive Linguistics
Association (GCLA/DGKL) will take place in Leipzig, Germany, from September, 25
to 27, 2008. It is organized by the Linguistics Department at the Institute of
English and American Studies at Leipzig University.

Special theme: Converging Evidence

Topics:
Submissions are invited for papers addressing - from various perspectives - any
facet of cognitive linguistics research, including research on meaning,
conceptual structure, conceptual operations, cognitive processing, grammar,
acquisition, language use, discourse function, and other issues. Papers
supporting their arguments by various methodologies or drawing on evidence from
various fields are especially welcome, though others are not excluded. The
conference languages are English and German.

Submissions:
Submissions may offer any of the following:
1. theme session;
2. paper presentation;
3. poster presentation;
4. paper or poster.
Abstract submission will be by e-mail attachment in RTF format (max. 500 words
on one page). Detailed submission guidelines will be published in the next call
and on the conference web page, http://webapp.rrz.uni-hamburg.de/~DGKL/GCLA_08/.

Conference schedule:
Talks are scheduled in 30 minute slots: 20 minutes presentation, 5 minutes for
discussion and 5 minutes to change sessions and/or change speakers. We
anticipate 3 parallel sessions of regular papers, plus plenary lectures, plus 1
to 2 workshops.

Keynote speakers:
To be announced.

Important dates:
August, 2007: First Call for papers, posters and theme sessions
10th November 2007: Deadline for theme sessions
1st December 2007: Deadline for paper and poster submissions
March, 2008: Notification of acceptance
25 - 27th September, 2008: Third GCLA/DGKL-Conference

Local organizing committee:
Doris Schönefeld
Institut für Anglistik, Universität Leipzig
Beethovenstraße 15
04107 Leipzig
doris.schoenefeldruhr-uni-bochum.de


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