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LINGUIST List 19.2882

Tue Sep 23 2008

Calls: Applied Ling,Cognitive Science/USA; Cognitive Science/France

Editor for this issue: Kate Wu <katelinguistlist.org>


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        1.    cristina sanz, Implicit/Explicit in SLA & Bilingualism
        2.    Guillaume Desagulier, AFLiCo III: Grammars in Construction(s)


Message 1: Implicit/Explicit in SLA & Bilingualism
Date: 23-Sep-2008
From: cristina sanz <sanzcgeorgetown.edu>
Subject: Implicit/Explicit in SLA & Bilingualism
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Full Title: Implicit/Explicit in SLA & Bilingualism
Short Title: GURT09

Date: 13-Mar-2009 - 15-Mar-2009
Location: Washington DC, USA
Contact Person: Cristina Sanz
Meeting Email: gurt2009gmail.com
Web Site: http://www8.georgetown.edu/college/gurt/2009/

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; Cognitive Science; Language
Acquisition; Neurolinguistics; Psycholinguistics

Call Deadline: 05-Dec-2008

Meeting Description:

Implicit/Explicit Conditions, Processes, and Knowledge in SLA & Bilingualism

Over the last several decades, neuroscientists, cognitive psychologists, and
psycholinguists have investigated the implicit/explicit dichotomy in language
development and use from theoretical as well as methodological perspectives.
GURT 2009 provides a forum to address these perspectives in an effort to build
connections among them and to draw pedagogical implications when possible.

Keynote speakers
Ellen Bialystok, York University, Canada
How analysis and control lead to advantages and disadvantages in bilingual
processing

Nick Ellis, University of Michigan, USA
Implicit and explicit SLA and their interface

Arthur S. Rebe r, Brooklyn College, USA
Implicit and explicit processes in learning: A delicate synergistic dance

Bill VanPatten, Texas Tech University, USA
Stubborn syntax: How it resists explicit learning

Michael Ullman, Georgetown University, USA
Declarative and procedural memory in first and second language
Center for Brain Basis of Cognition Keynote

Invited Panel Organizers
ZhaoHong Han, Teachers College, Columbia U., USA
Learner spontaneous processing of input

Carme Pérez -Vidal, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Spain
The role of stay abroad and language development of non-primary languages

John N. Williams & Patrick Reb uschat, University of Cambridge, UK
Statistical learning and language acquisition

Call for Papers


Submission Deadline Extended: December 5th.

Notification of proposal acceptance will be sent by December 19, 2008. Please
visit our web page for procedures on how to submit your proposal.

We invite proposals for presentations from research fields related to any aspect
pertinent to the conference topic. Possible topics include but are not limited to

- Individual variables: age, aging, aptitude, motivation
- Awareness
- Context of acquisition: classroom, naturalistic, immersion, study abroad
- Lexicon vs. grammar
- Issues in phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics
- Research methodologies, both quantitative and qualitative, computer-assisted,
neuroimaging
- Pedagogical variables

Presentation formats include:
1. Colloquia: Scheduled for 2-hour blocks. Colloquium organizers may divide time
as they choose, but time should be allocated for opening and closing remarks,
presentations, discussion and audience response. Organizers serve as the liaison
between participants and the conference organizers. Organizers may choose to
participate in the panel as a presenter or discussant.
2. Individual papers: 20 minutes long with a 10-minute discussion period.
3. Poster presentations: displayed for a 2-hour block of time; an opportunity to
report on work in progress in one-on-one discussions.
Message 2: AFLiCo III: Grammars in Construction(s)
Date: 22-Sep-2008
From: Guillaume Desagulier <gdesagulieruniv-paris8.fr>
Subject: AFLiCo III: Grammars in Construction(s)
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Full Title: AFLiCo III: Grammars in Construction(s)

Date: 27-May-2009 - 29-May-2009
Location: Paris (University of Nanterre), France
Contact Person: Guillaume Desagulier
Meeting Email: gdesagulieruniv-paris8.fr
Web Site: http://aflico.asso.univ-lille3.fr

Linguistic Field(s): Cognitive Science

Call Deadline: 15-Dec-2008

Meeting Description:

The Third International AFLiCo Conference will take place in Paris X Nanterre,
27-29 May 2009.

Call for Papers


(apologies for multiple postings)
First Call For Papers(version en francais plus bas)

Third International conference of the French Cognitive Linguistics Association
(AFLiCo 3) "Grammars in construction(s)"
Organized by MoDyCo (http://www.modyco.fr)

University of Paris 10, Nanterre, France
27-29 May 2009

http://www.modyco.fr/aflico3

Plenary speakers
Hans C. BOAS (University of Texas at Austin, USA)
Gilles FAUCONNIER (University of California, San Diego, USA)
Jacques FRANCOIS (University of Caen, France)
Adele GOLDBERG (Princeton University, USA)
Stephane ROBERT (LLACAN, CNRS, France)
Bernard VICTORRI (Lattice, ENS, France)
Richard WATTS (University of Bern, Switzerland)

Objectives
The conference aims at bringing together cognitive linguists working in France
and abroad, and strengthening the network of discussion and collaboration set in
motion by the first two AFLiCo conferences held in Bordeaux (2005) and Lille
(2007).

The concept of grammar is of crucial importance to the cognitive linguistics
framework and forms the basis for numerous research topics. As a constructed
cognitive entity (by linguists or speakers), and/or an emergent one, grammar
lies at the heart of considerable theoretical issues. The core position
currently held by grammar is thus one to be questioned.

Drawing on the themes from the last two AFLiCo conferences, we will examine the
concept of grammar in regard to its place in cognitive linguistics, as well as
in regard to its place in variants of the model, which range from Langacker's
Cognitive Grammar to so-called construction grammars. This year, the focus will
be on the latter. In the wake of Charles Fillmore and Paul Kay's work,
construction grammars endeavor to describe grammar not in terms of "words and
lists" (as in generative grammar) but in terms of grammatical constructions
whose overall meanings are not predictable from their respective component
structures. This enterprise was initially limited to idiomatic constructions
(e.g., throw in the towel, kick the bucket, etc.) but swiftly developed to deal
with more general constructions (cf. Adele Goldberg's work on meaningful
argument structure). The idea that grammar is composed of constructions -
previously identifiable in the works of George Lakoff and Ronald Langacker -
currently fuels a vast paradigm and applies to a large variety of linguistic
phenomena in morphology, syntax, semantics, and pragmatics.

General sessions
The 3rd AFLiCo conference will also provide the occasion to address more general
points of discussion in relation to the question of grammar (non-exhaustive list):
- The notion of linguistic units as linked to other concepts such as
entrenchment or frequency of occurrence
- Comparisons between different traditions (American and European) regarding the
establishment of a linguistic unit as a cognitive routine, lexicalization, the
symbolic thesis, etc.
- The acquisition of grammar (L1, L2)
- Constructions and diachrony
- The grammaticalization of constructions
- Methodological concerns (constitution and use of corpora)
- Grammars of gesture and kinesic systems
- The role of conceptual integration and grammatical blending in grammar
- The extension of cognitive linguistics into socio-pragmatics

In line with one of the main goals of AFLiCo, we welcome papers elaborating the
affinities between cognitive linguistics and related theories (Gustave
Guillaume, Antoine Culioli, Henri Adamczewski).

The organizers further encourage young researchers to submit an abstract.
It is to be noted that papers can bear on any language (not just English or French)

Thematic sessions
Organizers of theme sessions are kindly asked to provide the following information:
- a short description of their session topic (300-500 words);
- an indication of the structure proposed for the whole session: order of
presentations, discussant contributions, breaks, and general discussion by the
audience;
- the abstracts from all of their speakers, accompanied by all the information
requested in the abstract specifications above.

Proponents can choose the internal structuring of their theme session provided
that the overall timetable of the conference (notably coffee and lunch breaks)
is kept intact.
Ideally, a theme session should take no longer than a whole morning or
afternoon. For any further detail you may need in the organization of your theme
session, please do not hesitate to contact the organizers (aflico3u-paris10.fr).

Submission procedure
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:

aflico3u-paris10.fr

Please put in the subject line: 'abstract AFLICO 3'
In the body of the mail, please specify:
- author(s)
- title
- affiliation of author(s)
- presentation or poster
- thematic sessions or general session
- 3 - 5 keywords

Important dates
Submission deadline
General sessions: December 15th 2008
Theme sessions: December 1st 2008

Notification of acceptance : Early February 2009

Registration
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.

Official languages
French, English

Conference website
http://www.modyco.fr/aflico3

Organizing committee
Guillaume Desagulier (Associate Professor, MoDyCo-CNRS-Paris 10, Paris 8)
Philippe Grea (Associate Professor, MoDyCo, Paris 10),
assisted by
Simon Harrison (PhD student, ENS-Lyon),
Dylan Glynn (Research Fellow, University of Leuven)

Scientific committee
President: Dominique Legallois (Associate Professor, University of Caen)
Michel Achard (Professor, Rice University)
Cristiano Broccias (University of Genoa)
Jose Deulofeu (Professor, University of Provence, Aix-Marseille 1)
Pierre Encreve (Directeur d'etudes, EHESS)
Gilles Fauconnier (Professor, University of California, San Diego)
Michel de Fornel (Directeur d'études, EHESS)
Jean-Michel Fortis (CNRS, Paris 7)
Jacques François (Professor, University of Caen)
Dylan Glynn (Research fellow, University of Leuven)
Martin Haspelmath (Prof. Dr., Max-Planck-Institut, Leipzig)
Hans-Petter Helland (Professor, University of Oslo)
Willem Hollmann (Lecturer, University of Lancaster)
Sylvain Kahane (Professor, University of Paris 10)
Anne Lacheret (Professor, University of Paris 10)
Bernard Laks (Professor, University of Paris 10)
Jean-Remi Lapaire (Professor, University of Bordeaux 3)
Peter Lauwers (Research fellow, University of Leuven)
Maarten Lemmens (Professeur, University of Lille 3)
Sarah Leroy (CR, MoDyCo-CNRS, Universite Paris 10)
Wilfrid Rotge (Professor, University of Paris 10)
Dominique Willems (Prof, Dr., University of Gent)

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Premier Appel A Communications

3e Colloque International de l'Association Française de Linguistique Cognitive
(AFLiCo)
« Grammaires en construction(s) »
Organise par le laboratoire MoDyCo (http://www.modyco.fr)

Universite Paris 10, Nanterre, La Defense, France
27-29 mai 2009

http://www.modyco.fr/aflico3

Intervenants invites
Hans C. BOAS (Univ. du Texas, Austin, USA)
Gilles FAUCONNIER (Univ. de Californie, San Diego, USA)
Jacques FRANÇOIS (Univ. de Caen, France)
Adele GOLDBERG (Univ. de Princeton, USA)
Stephane ROBERT (LLACAN, ENS, France)
Bernard VICTORRI (Lattice, ENS, France)
Richard WATTS (Univ. de Berne, Suisse)


Objectifs du colloque
Cette conference a pour but de reunir les acteurs de la linguistique cognitive
en France et au dela, et de renforcer la collaboration entre chercheurs entamee
lors des deux precedentes editions a Bordeaux (2005) et Lille (2007)

Le concept de grammaire a une importance cruciale dans le cadre theorique de la
linguistique cognitive et de nombreuses problematiques se construisent à partir
de lui. Entite cognitive construite (par les linguistes, mais aussi par les
locuteurs) et / ou emergente (soumise à la variation et au changement, car
regulee par des forces tout à la fois conservatrices et innovantes) la grammaire
est au centre d'enjeux theoriques considerables. Elle occupe des lors une
position-cle qu'il faut interroger.

Dans le prolongement des deux precedents colloques de l'AFLiCo, il s'agit donc
de focaliser notre attention sur une nouvelle dimension de la linguistique
cognitive, un concept qui se decline de differentes façons, depuis la grammaire
cognitive de Langacker jusqu'aux grammaires dites de constructions.

Ces dernieres, en particulier, constituent aujourd'hui la branche la plus
dynamique de ce cadre general de par le nombre de publications et l'impact de
ces recherches sur differents niveaux de la linguistique (syntaxe, semantique,
morphologie et pragmatique).

Sessions generales
Le colloque AFLiCo 3 sera aussi l'occasion d'aborder des problematiques reliees
à la question de la grammaire (liste non-exhaustive) :
-La notion d'unite linguistique en rapport avec d'autres concepts comme
l'enracinement (entrenchment) ou la frequence d'occurrence.
-Une comparaison entre les differentes traditions (americaines et europeennes)
liees au figement, à la lexicalisation, etc.
-La question de l'apprentissage de la grammaire (L1, L2)
-Un point de vue diachronique sur les constructions et la grammaticalisation des
constructions
-La question des methodes (constitution et utilisation de corpus)
-Les prolongements de la linguistique cognitive dans la socio-pragmatique

Dans le sillage des deux precedents colloques, nous encourageons les
propositions de communication portant sur les passerelles entre la linguistique
cognitive (au sens large) et la Theorie des Operations Enonciatives de Culioli,
l'approche adamczewskienne ou la Psychomécanique du Langage.

Le comite d'organisation encourage les jeunes chercheurs a envoyer une
proposition de communication.

Il est a noter que les communications peuvent porter sur toutes les langues, pas
seulement le francais ou l'anglais.

Sessions thematiques
Les responsables de panels pour les sessions thematiques doivent fournir les
renseignements suivants :
-un resume du theme choisi ;
-des precisions concernant la structure globale de la session : ordre des
presentations, contributions des intervenants, pauses, debats ;
-les resumes des communications de chacun des intervenants, ainsi que les
renseignements demandes dans la procedure de soumission ci-dessous.

Les intervenants sont libres de choisir la structure interne de leur session
thematique des lors qu'elle n'affecte pas la structure generale du colloque
(pauses cafe, et dejeuner).
Nous recommandons que chaque session thematique ne depasse pas une matinee ou
une apres-midi. Pour tout renseignement sur l'organisation d'une session
thematique, n'hesitez pas a nous contacter (aflico3u-paris10.fr).

Procedure de soumission
Chaque proposition sera evaluee par deux relecteurs. Les textes doivent etre
anonymes et ne pas depasser 500 mots (hors bibliographie). Ils sont a envoyer
par email en fichier attache (MS-WORD -- doc ou rtf -- OpenOffice, PDF) à
l'adresse suivante :

aflico3u-paris10.fr

Dans l'objet de votre message, specifiez : 'abstract AFLICO'

Dans le corps du message, precisez :
- le nom de l'auteur / des auteurs
- titre
- affiliation et adresse de l'auteur / des auteurs
- presentation ou poster
- session thematique ou session generale
- 3 à 5 mots-cles

Dates importantes
Date limite de soumission :
Sessions generales : 15 decembre 2008
Sessions thematiques : 1er decembre 2008

Notification d'acceptation : debut fevrier 2009

Inscription
Des renseignements specifiques concernant la procedure d'inscription et les
dates limites seront affiches tres prochainement sur le site. Frais
d'inscription reduits pour les membres de l'AFLiCo et les etudiants.

Langues du colloque
Anglais, Français

Site du colloque
http://www.modyco.fr/aflico3

Comite d'organisation
Guillaume Desagulier, (MCF, MoDyCo-CNRS & Universite Paris 10, Universite Paris 8)
Philippe Grea (MCF, MoDyCo - CNRS & Universite Paris 10)
Assistes de
Simon Harrison (ENS-Lyon),
Dylan Glynn (Universite Catholique de Louvain)


Comite scientifique
President : Dominique Legallois, MCF, Universite de Caen

Michel Achard (Professeur, Rice University)
Cristiano Broccias (MCF, Universite de Genes)
Jose Deulofeu (Professeur, Universite de Provence, Aix-Marseille 1)
Pierre Encreve (Directeur d'etudes, EHESS)
Gilles Fauconnier (Professeur, Universite de Californie, San Diego)
Michel de Fornel (Directeur d'etudes, EHESS)
Jean-Michel Fortis (CR, CNRS, Paris 7)
Jacques François (Professeur, Universite de Caen)
Dylan Glynn (Chargé de recherche, Universite Catholique de Louvain)
Martin Haspelmath (Professeur, Max-Planck-Institut, Leipzig)
Hans-Petter Helland (Professeur, Universite d'Oslo)
Willem Hollmann (MCF, University of Lancaster)
Sylvain Kahane (Professeur, Universite Paris 10)
Anne Lacheret (Professeur, Universite Paris 10)
Bernard Laks (Professeur, Universite de Paris 10)
Jean-Remi Lapaire (Professeur, Universite de Bordeaux 3)
Peter Lauwers (Chargé de recherche, Université Catholique de Louvain)
Maarten Lemmens (Professeur, Universite de Lille 3)
Sarah Leroy (CR, MoDyCo-CNRS, Universite Paris 10)
Wilfrid Rotge (Professeur, Universite de Paris 10)
Dominique Willems (Professeur, Universite de Gand)

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