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LINGUIST List 21.320

Tue Jan 19 2010

Calls: Cognitive Science, Ling Theories/Belgium

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

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        1.    Paul Sambre, Biannual meeting of the BeNeCLA 2010

Message 1: Biannual meeting of the BeNeCLA 2010
Date: 19-Jan-2010
From: Paul Sambre <paul.sambrelessius.eu>
Subject: Biannual meeting of the BeNeCLA 2010
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Full Title: Biannual meeting of the BeNeCLA 2010
Short Title: Cogling Days 4

Date: 17-Dec-2010 - 18-Dec-2010
Location: Antwerp, Belgium
Contact Person: Paul Sambre
Meeting Email: coglingdagen2010lessius.eu
Web Site: http://benecla.com/

Linguistic Field(s): Cognitive Science; Linguistic Theories

Call Deadline: 30-Apr-2010

Meeting Description:

Cogling days 4, Antwerp, 17th and 18th December 2010
Biannual meeting of the Belgian Netherlands Cognitive Linguistics Association

Call for Papers

After three fruitful meetings in Utrecht (2004), Leuven (2006) and Leiden
(2008), Antwerp is hosting the fourth biannual conference of the Belgian
Netherlands Cognitive Linguistics Association (BeNeCLA, http://benecla.com/ ).

The event is jointly organized by the University of Antwerp and Lessius
University College Antwerp on Friday 17th and Saturday 18th December 2010. The
two-day conference offers a venue for researchers from the Low Countries to
present and discuss their research results in the various strands of cognitive
linguistics. It explicitly aims at offering junior researchers, including
doctoral students and postdocs, the opportunity to present their (ongoing) work.
All interested scholars working in the field of cognitive linguistics or related
areas are invited to submit an abstract for the conference.

Plenary Speakers
Ronny Bogaart (University of Leiden)
Kristin Davidse (University of Leuven)
Irene Mittelberg (RWTH University Aachen)
Ted Sanders (University of Utrecht)

We invite abstracts for poster presentations and regular conference papers (20
min. talk plus 10 min. discussion), the length of which should not exceed 600
words, including references and data. Paper proposals are expected to clearly
formulate the main research question(s), methodology, dataset and (expected)
results. They will be reviewed anonymously and cannot therefore include any
reference to the identity of the author. In the body of your email, please
include the following information: author's name and affiliation and title of
the submission. Please also indicate whether you would like your abstract to be
considered for a regular or a poster presentation.

Abstracts have to be submitted electronically, as attachment files in PDF
format, to the following address:

Deadline for submission: 30th April 2010
Notification of acceptance: 20th June 2010

Scientific Committee
Ronny Boogaart (Universiteit Leiden), Tine Breban (FWO- KU Leuven), Bert
Cappelle (Hogeschool Gent), Alan Cienki (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam), Timothy
Colleman (UGent), Bert Cornillie (FWO- KU Leuven), Liesbeth Degand (UCLouvain),
Walter De Mulder (Universiteit Antwerpen), Jan Nuyts (Universiteit Antwerpen),
Esther Pascual (RU Groningen), Elena Tribushinina (Universiteit Antwerpen),
Lieven Vandelanotte (FUNDP Namur), Marjolein Verspoor (RUGroningen)

Organizing Committee
Frank Brisard (Universiteit Antwerpen), Geert BrĂ´ne (Lessius Antwerp - KU
Leuven), Astrid De Wit (Universiteit Antwerpen), Liesbet Heyvaert (FWO- KU
Leuven), Tanja Mortelmans (Universiteit Antwerpen), Paul Sambre (Lessius
Antwerp - KU Leuven)
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