LINGUIST List 22.3849|
Tue Oct 04 2011
Calls: Cognitive Sci, Anthropological Ling, Philosophy of Lang/Portugal
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1. Ana Margarida Abrantes ,
Language, Culture and Mind V
Message 1: Language, Culture and Mind V
From: Ana Margarida Abrantes <ana.margarida.abrantesgmail.com>
Subject: Language, Culture and Mind V
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Full Title: Language, Culture and Mind V
Short Title: LCM V
Date: 27-Jun-2012 - 29-Jun-2012
Location: Lisbon, Portugal
Contact Person: Ana Margarida Abrantes
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Linguistic Field(s): Anthropological Linguistics; Cognitive Science; Philosophy of Language
Call Deadline: 15-Dec-2011
The 5th International Conference on Language, Culture and Mind (LCM V) will be held on 27-29 June 2012 at the Catholic University of Portugal in Lisbon. It will be preceded by a Young Researchers Workshop on 26 June 2012 (same venue), in which young researchers will present their ongoing dissertation projects and current work.
The goals of LCM conferences are to contribute to situating the study of language in a contemporary interdisciplinary dialogue (involving philosophy, linguistics, psychology, anthropology, semiotics and other related fields), and to promote a better integration of cognitive and cultural perspectives in empirical and theoretical studies of language.
The theme for LCM V is 'Integrating Semiotic Resources in Communication and Creativity'.
The conference will include two round tables on the sub-themes:
Multimodality in Communication and Performance
Creativity, Imagination and Innovation
Nick Enfield, Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics, Nijmegen (http://www.mpi.nl/people/enfield-nick)
Cynthia Lightfoot, Department of Human Development and Family Studies, Pennsylvania State University (http://www.brandywine.psu.edu/Academics/faculty_cgl3.htm)
Dan Slobin, Departments of Psychology and Linguistics, University of California, Berkeley (http://linguistics.berkeley.edu/people/person_detail.php?person=35)
Beata Stawarska, Department of Philosophy, University of Oregon (http://pages.uoregon.edu/uophil/faculty/profiles/stawarsk/)
Sherman Wilcox, Department of Linguistics, University of New Mexico (http://web.mac.com/swilcox/UNM/Welcome.html)
International LCM Organizing Committee:
Alan Cienki, Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam, Language and Communication
Barbara Fultner, Denison University, Philosophy
John Lucy, University of Chicago, Comparative Human Development and Psychology
Aliyah Morgenstern, Université Sorbonne Nouvelle-Paris 3, Linguistics
Anneli Pajunen, University of Tampere, Finnish Language
Esther Pascual, University of Groningen, Communication Studies
Victor Rosenthal, Inserm-EHESS, Paris
Chris Sinha, Lund University, Linguistics/Cognitive Semiotics
Jordan Zlatev, Lund University, Linguistics/Cognitive Semiotics
LCM V Local Organizing Committee:
Ana Margarida Abrantes, Catholic University of Portugal, Centre for the Study of Communication and Culture
Peter Hanenberg, Catholic University of Portugal, Centre for the Study of Communication and Culture
2nd Call for Papers:
We invite submissions of individual papers, posters and symposium proposals. Please indicate the format chosen when you submit the abstract.
Individual Research Papers:
Name, affiliation, 400 word abstract
20 min presentation + 10 minute discussion
Name, affiliation, 100 word abstract
1 minute oral presentation in the main lecture hall, preceding the poster session
90-minute symposia of 3 papers, allowing time for discussion at the end. Up to two 90-minute symposia may be merged for proposals with 5-6 participants.
Papers in each symposium should be thematically linked. Proposals for thematic symposia should include:
Name and affiliation of symposium convener
An introduction of up to 400 words explaining the theme
All symposium abstracts, in suitable order
Symposium proposers should indicate whether, if a symposium is not accepted as a whole, they wish the individual abstracts to be considered as individual presentations (oral or poster).
Abstracts should be sent as .rtf or .doc attachments to
Deadline for abstract submission of symposia: November 15, 2011
Deadline for abstract submission of individual papers and posters: December 15, 2011
Notification of acceptance (symposia): January 15, 2012
Notification of acceptance (papers, posters): February 15, 2012
Last date for early registration: March 1, 2012
Last date for registration: May 1, 2012
Final program publication: May 15, 2012
Young Researchers Workshop:
The LCM V Young Researchers Workshop is a satellite event of the LCM V conference, aimed at graduate students and junior scholars conducting theoretical or empirical research in language and communication including, but not limited to cognitive, social, affective, embodied and/or cultural perspectives. The workshop aims at providing a forum for presenting results and foster interaction and debate in the context of interdisciplinary collaboration.
Young researchers in anthropology, biology, linguistics, philosophy, psychology, semiotics, semantics, discourse analysis, cognitive and neuroscience are invited to share, and thereby enrich, their study of human natural language and communication. A specialist's comment on each accepted contribution makes the workshop a unique opportunity to receive expert feedback.
1 page, 500 words, single-spaced, font size 12 pt, Times New Roman, 2.5 cm margins on all sides. Diagrams must fit in the page.
Heading should include:
Title of the paper
E-mail address of principal author
Deadline for abstract submission: December 15, 2011
Abstracts for Young Researchers Workshop presentations should be submitted to:
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