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Calls: Cognitive Science, Linguistic Theories/Poland
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1. Mateusz Sajna ,
Cognitive Linguistics in the Year 2012
Message 1: Cognitive Linguistics in the Year 2012
From: Mateusz Sajna <mateusz.sajnagmail.com>
Subject: Cognitive Linguistics in the Year 2012
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Full Title: Cognitive Linguistics in the Year 2012
Short Title: CL in 2012
Date: 17-Sep-2012 - 18-Sep-2012
Location: Wrocław, Poland
Contact Person: Agnieszka Libura
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://ptjk.pl/PL/aktualnosci/pokaz/konferencja-jezykoznawstwo-kognitywne-w-roku-2012
Linguistic Field(s): Cognitive Science; Linguistic Theories
Call Deadline: 31-May-2012
Cognitive Linguistics in the Year 2012
Wrocław, September 17-18, 2012
Institute of Polish Philology and Institute of English Studies, University of Wrocław, in collaboration with the Polish Cognitive Linguistics Association
- Prof. Chris Sinha, Lund University (chairman of the International Cognitive Linguistics Association and editor of Language and Cognition): Where is Time? Evidence from an Amazonian language and culture
- Prof. Ewa Dąbrowska, Northumbria University (editor-in-chief of Cognitive Linguistics): The Quest for Universal Grammar: Holy Grail or Snark
- Prof. Elżbieta Górska, Warsaw University: Why are multimodal metaphors interesting? The perspective of verbo-visual and verbo-musical modalities
- Prof. Małgorzata Fabiszak, Adama Mickiewicz University: Cognitive Linguistics as an empirical science
Early registration: 400 PLN or 100 EUR (post-graduate students: 250 PLN or 60 EUR)
Registration after June 30, 2012: 500 PLN or 120 EUR (post-graduate students: 300 PLN or 70 EUR)
The conference account number will be provided in the second call.
The conference fee includes conference materials, lunch on September 17 and 18, and the evening banquet on September 17. The conference fee does not include travel and accommodation costs. The hotels situated in the vicinity of the University of Wrocław are listed below.
ul. Wyspa Słodowa 10, Wrocław
Tel. +48 71 322 60 88 / 99
HP Park Plaza
Drobnera 11/13, 50-257 Wrocław
Tel. +48 71 320 84 00
PURO Hotel Wrocław
ul. Włodkowica 6, 50-072 Wrocław
Tel. +48 71 77 25 100
Email: wroclawpurohotel.pl; reservationspurohotel.pl
ul. Ruska 35, 50-079 Wrocław,
Tel. +48 71 342 44 72
ul. św. Wincentego 43
Tel. +48 71 372 12 00
Tel. +48 71 782 82 02
For basic information on Wrocław, please consult: http://www.wroclaw-info.pl, http://www.wroclaw.pl or http://www.e-wroclaw.com.
Call for Papers:
We invite papers from scholars working in linguistics, cultural studies, literature, psychology, philosophy, artificial intelligence, and other disciplines who wish to present their research on cognitive linguistics and related fields: cognitive poetics, cognitive psychology, cognitive anthropology, etc.
We encourage submissions presenting the most recent advances in Polish as well as international cognitive linguistics. In particular, we look forward to presentations re-evaluating the linguistic status quo, discussing the development of cognitive corpus linguistics and other empirical methodologies informed by cognitive linguistics, assessing the applications of classic (Langacker's, Lakoff's, Talmy's, Goldberg's, etc.) cognitive linguistic models, and documenting latest research into conceptual metaphor, metonymy, mental spaces, conceptual integration, first and second language acquisition (regular as well as anomalous), humor, and artificial intelligence. We also look forward to presentations exploring the cross-fertilization of structural, generative, and cognitive linguistics.
Talks will be 20 minutes (plus 10 minutes for discussion).
Submission of Proposals:
Please send a completed registration form, together with a 300-500 word abstract, to the following address: cognitivelinguistics2012uni.wroc.pl.
The languages of the conference will be Polish and English.
Closing date for submission of abstracts: May 31, 2012
Notification of acceptance: June 15, 2012
Early registration and conference fee: July 15, 2012
Deadline for conference fee: September 1, 2012
Dr hab. Marek Kuźniak
Dr hab. Agnieszka Libura
Dr Michał Szawerna
Dr Anna Żurek
Prof. dr hab. Leszek Berezowski
Prof. WSEH dr hab. Bogusław Bierwiaczonek
Prof. UAM dr hab. Małgorzata Fabiszak
Prof. dr hab. Elżbieta Górska
Prof. dr hab. Barbara Lewandowska-Tomaszczyk
Prof. WSF dr hab. Michał Post
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