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LINGUIST List 21.2094

Wed May 05 2010

Confs: Cognitive Science, Psycholing, General Ling/Switzerland

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        1.    Fabienne Reboul, 19th International Congress of Linguists

Message 1: 19th International Congress of Linguists
Date: 05-May-2010
From: Fabienne Reboul <Fabienne.Reboulunige.ch>
Subject: 19th International Congress of Linguists
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19th International Congress of Linguists
Short Title: 19ICL

Date: 22-Jul-2013 - 27-Jul-2013
Location: Geneva, Switzerland
Contact: Jacques Moeschler Fabienne Reboul
Contact Email: Fabienne.Reboulunige.ch

Linguistic Field(s): Cognitive Science; General Linguistics; Psycholinguistics

Meeting Description:

Geneva has been selected by the Comité International Permanent des Linguistes as
the venue for the next International Congress of Linguists. The general focus of
the 19th ICL is a look at the future of linguistics: Linguistics on the brink of
its second century: The Language-Cognition Interface. Our proposal for the
Congress concentrates on the cognition-language relationship. The provisional
choice of ten parallel sessions will provide ample opportunity to explore this
topic, in sessions such as Origins of Language and Human Cognition, Experimental
Approaches to Pragmatics and Discourse, Acquisition and Pathologies of Language,
and Language and the Brain. Traditional areas of linguistics will also be
represented (Diachronic Linguistics, Phonology and Morphology, Theoretical and
Comparative syntax, Lexical Semantics and Pragmatics, and Computational
Linguistics), but the general orientation will be the relation between language
and cognition. A retrospective look at the history of linguistics and the
contribution of Saussure will be offered in a parallel session (The
Saussure-Chomsky Connection: The Thread of Modern Synchronic Linguistics).
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