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LINGUIST List 19.3659

Sat Nov 29 2008

Confs: Cognitive Science/France

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        1.    Guillaume Desagulier, AFLiCo III: Grammars in Construction(s)


Message 1: AFLiCo III: Grammars in Construction(s)
Date: 28-Nov-2008
From: Guillaume Desagulier <gdesagulieruniv-paris8.fr>
Subject: AFLiCo III: Grammars in Construction(s)
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AFLiCo III: Grammars in Construction(s)

Date: 27-May-2009 - 29-May-2009
Location: Paris, France
Contact: Guillaume Desagulier
Contact Email: gdesagulieruniv-paris8.fr
Meeting URL: http://aflico.asso.univ-lille3.fr

Linguistic Field(s): Cognitive Science

Meeting Description:

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

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

Registration:
Details about the registration procedure and registration deadlines will be
posted on the conference website as soon as they become available.

Registration Fees:
Regular fee (participants/audience) : 80 euros
AFLiCo members : 60 euros
Students : 40 euros
Students (including AFliCo membership) : 30 euros
If you wish to join the AFLiCo, please contact Stephanie Bonnefille
(stephanie.bonnefilleuniv-tours.fr)

Official Languages
French, English

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

New AFLiCo Website
http://www.aflico.fr/

Organizing Committee
Guillaume Desagulier (Associate Professor, MoDyCo-CNRS-Paris 10, & University of
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, Universite de Provence, Aix-Marseille 1)
Pierre Encreve (Directeur d'etudes, EHESS)
Gilles Fauconnier (Professor, University of California, San Diego)
Michel de Fornel (Directeur d'etudes, EHESS)
Jean-Michel Fortis (CNRS, Paris 7)
Jacques Fran├žois (Professor, Universite de Caen)
Dylan Glynn (Research fellow, University of Leuven)
Craig Hamilton (Assoc. Prof., Universite de Haute Alsace, Mulhouse-Colmar)
Martin Haspelmath (Prof. Dr., Max-Planck-Institut, Leipzig)
Hans-Petter Helland (Professor, University of Oslo)
Willem Hollmann (Lecturer, University of Lancaster)
Sylvain Kahane (Professor, Universite de Paris 10)
Anne Lacheret (Professor, Universite de Paris 10)
Bernard Laks (Professor, Universite de Paris 10)
Jean-Remi Lapaire (Professor, Universite de Bordeaux 3)
Peter Lauwers (Lecturer, Universities of Ghent & Leuven)
Danielle Leeman (Professor, Universite de Paris 10)
Maarten Lemmens (Professor, Universite de Lille 3)
Sarah Leroy (CR, MoDyCo-CNRS, Universite de Paris 10)
Wilfrid Rotge (Professor, Universite de Paris 10)
Dominique Willems (Prof, Dr., University of Ghent)
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