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LINGUIST List 20.3465

Thu Oct 15 2009

Calls: Applied Ling, Lang Acquisition, Cognitive Science/Russia

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        1.    Alexander Kravchenko, Cognitive Dynamics in Linguistic Interactions: Theoretical and Applied Perspectives

Message 1: Cognitive Dynamics in Linguistic Interactions: Theoretical and Applied Perspectives
Date: 14-Oct-2009
From: Alexander Kravchenko <sashakrisea.ru>
Subject: Cognitive Dynamics in Linguistic Interactions: Theoretical and Applied Perspectives
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Full Title: Cognitive Dynamics in Linguistic Interactions: Theoretical and
Applied Perspectives
Short Title: CDLI-2010

Date: 17-Jun-2010 - 20-Jun-2010
Location: Irkutsk, Russia
Contact Person: Alexander Kravchenko
Meeting Email: sashakrisea.ru
Web Site: http://www.isea.ru/conf

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; Cognitive Science; Language
Acquisition; Philosophy of Language; Sociolinguistics

Call Deadline: 15-Dec-2009

Meeting Description:

The aim of the conference is to pursue dialogue between applied linguists and
theoreticians about methodological issues in linguistic education. In the era of
globalization, when political and administrative borders in the educational
sphere are brought down, issues of international and intercultural communication
in different professional areas become even more acute. There is a growing
demand to increase the efficiency of higher learning educational programs called
upon to enhance the second or foreign language communicative competence of
would-be specialists. Yet it is no secret that the existing methods of teaching
a foreign or second language are far from being satisfactory in terms of
expected efficiency. This is symptomatic of a general methodological problem: we
lack holistic understanding of how natural language shapes the cognitive domain
of human interactions. The conference aims to contribute to the ongoing
discussion of the problem in the cognitive/linguistic community.

Second Call for Papers

Call Deadline:
Theme session proposals - 15 November 2009,
Abstract submission - 15 December 2009.
Notification of acceptance will be sent by 15 February 2010 for theme session
proposals, and by 15 March 2010 for stand-alone papers.

Submissions for 20-minute general session talks, as well as theme session
proposals, are invited on any of the topics in the following areas:

- Conceptualization and categorization of linguistic interactions
- Integrationist approach to language and its implications for linguistic education
- Distributed language and cognition: implications for professions
- Semiotics of linguistic interactions and virtuality of verbal patterns: what
makes communication possible?
- Ecological approaches to language: dialogue as bio-socio-cultural activity
- Cognitive dynamics of second language acquisition: an alternative to the code
model

A one-page abstract of maximum 500 words (including references) for general
session talks, or a theme session proposal of 1,000 words, should be sent by
email to sashakrisea.ru and taverkhmail.ru. Please put "CDLI-2010" in the
subject field of your message.

Venue Description:
The City of Irkutsk is a major cultural and educational center in Eastern
Siberia. Founded in 1661 at the junction of two rivers, the Irkut and the
Angara, it has a rich history and boasts a unique combination of old wooden and
modern architecture, numerous museums, picturesque landmarks, and, above all, is
a gateway to one of the greatest wonders of the world - Lake Baikal.

Keynote Speakers:
Nikolai Boldyrev, Tambov State University, Russian Federation
Stephen Cowley, University of Hertfordshire, UK
Seiichi Imoto, Hokkaido University, Japan
Per Linell, Linköping University, Sweden
Viktor Vinogradov, Institute of Linguistics, Russian Academy of Sciences

International Program Committee:
Alexander Kravchenko, Baikal National University of Economics and Law (BNUEL),
Russia
Nigel Love, Cape Town University, South Africa
Chris Sinha, University of Portsmouth, UK
Chris Goldspink, Incept Labs, Sydney, Australia
Peter Jones, Sheffield Hallam University, UK
Kalevi Kull, University of Tartu, Estonia

Local organizing committee:
Viktor Samarukha, BNUEL (Chair)
Maria Popova, Irkutsk State Technical University (Co-Chair)
Tatiana Skopintseva, Irkutsk State University of Railway Engineering (Co-Chair)
Tatiana Verkhoturova, Irkutsk State Linguistics University (Conference Secretary)
Alexander Igrushin, BNUEL (Visa Application Support)

Conference events will include: Conference dinner, excursions about the city and
to an architecture and ethnography museum in the settlement of Taltsy by the
River Angara. After the conference, on 20 June: a one-day train trip on the
scenic Circum-Baikal Railroad that will give you a load of unforgettable memories.

Further information will be available in due time on the conference site
http://lingconf.isea.ru/index.php

Alexander Kravchenko
Deptartment of Foreign Languages
Baikal National University of Economics and Law
Irkutsk
Russia
sashakrisea.ru, sashakrhotmail.com
http://www.isea.ru/eng/studying/dep/ie/bnuel.asp
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