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Message 1: ICLA 1995 Schedule of Papers

Date: Tue, 06 Jun 1995
From: Sherman Wilcox <wilcoxalcor.unm.edu>
Subject: ICLA 1995 Schedule of Papers

Below is a list of papers currently scheduled to be presented at the 4th
Conference of the International Cognitive Linguistics Association. The
conference takes place from July 16-21 on the campus of the University of
New Mexico, during the LSA Linguistic Institute.

In addition to the plenary speakers and papers listed below, special
plenary sessions will be conducted in the evenings by George Lakoff, Ronald
Langacker, and Len Talmy.

For a complete schedule with times and session numbers (we will hold four
concurrent sessions) and a registration packet, contact:

Sherman Wilcox
Dept. of Linguistics
University of New Mexico
Albuquerque, NM 87131

wilcoxmail.unm.edu

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SUNDAY JULY 16

REGISTRATION (1:00-4:30 PM)

PLENARY SPEAKER: ANTONIO DAMASIO (5:00-6:15 PM)

RECEPTION: 6:15- PM

MONDAY JULY 17

PLENARY SPEAKER: GLLES FAUCONNIER (12:00-1:15 PM)

Kaoru Horie
Markedness, iconicity, and the choice of nominalization strategy in Modern
Japanese

Ronald Geluykens
Referential distance as a cognitive constraint on information flow

Kenneth Holmqvist, Jana Hols=E1nov=E1
Towards an implementable model of discourse comprehension

Petra Campe, B. Rudzka-Ostyn
Cases in competition for semantic space

Soteria Svorou
Iconicity in the Grammaticalization of Locative Constructions

Margaret Freeman
Reflexives, emphatics, and deixis: Does Dickinson violate the -self?

Brynja Svane, Erling Wande
Creativity in associative meaning

Harry Howard
Spanish datives: Cognitive schema vs. dynamic event semantics

Michael Smith
Iconicity, German es, and the notion of conceptual distance

Barbara Dancygier
Reflexive markers in Polish: Participants, metaphors, and constructions

L. W. Barsalou, K. L. Olseth and L. Wu
Perceptual representations in conceptual tasks

Erling Wande
The propositional/visual dichotomy - or is there more to it?

Geoff Nathan
Conflicting desires in cognitive phonology

Karen van Hoek
Reflexives from a subjective point of view

Margaret Kimberly Kellogg
Conceptualization and the substitution of nouns and verbs in aphasia

Rene Dirven
The conceptual space between conditionals and concessives

Sherman Wilcox, J. Scheibman
In Any Event: The Conceptual Organization of Phonological Structure in
American Sign Language

Linda Manney
Reflexive strategies in modern Greek and the variable construal of 'self'

David L. Kemmerer
Neuropsychological evidence against Wierzbicka's theory of the meanings of
basic color terms

Alan Cienki
Properties of image schemas as a category/properties of categories as image
schemas

David R. Bailey
Getting a grip: Body-based acquisition of verb semantics for hand actions

Michael Barlow
Instances and intuitions: Reflexives revisited

Jos=E9 Sanders
Mental spaces and attribution: On readers' representation of perspective in
discourse

Alexander Francis, R. Celis
I see what you're saying: Investigating the role of conceptual knowledge in
speech perception

Karen Emmorey
Interactions between processing spatial information in linguistic and
nonlinguistic domains

Hidemitsu Takahashi
Indirect anaphors: A cognitive account

Eric Pederson
Defeasibility in event realization

Brian Bowdle, G. Ward
Generic demonstratives

Ning Yu
Spatial conceptualization of time in Chinese

Hsin-I Hsieh
Thematic constraints on image compression

Maria Polinsky
A discourse view of locative inversion

Michael Israel
On the varieties of polarity sensitivity

Michelle Emanatian
So far as we know: Explorations in the spatiality of thought

Kenneth Cook
The Samoan transitive suffix as an inverse marker

Ted Sanders, Wilbert Spoorer
The structure of discourse: Integrating intentions and relations

Johannes Helmbrecht
The typology of 1st person marking and its cognitive background

Alan Conway, Tony Veale
Building signs: Representing space and structure in automatic sign synthesis

Barbara Lewandowska-Tomaszczyka
Dynamic events - A contrastive perspective

Frank Brisard, H. Cuyckens, S. Frisson, D. Sandra, M. Vanrespaille
Cognitive links in cognitive linguistics: An experimental study of lexical
learning

Richard Hirsch
Semantic content and depth of intention: A study in cognitive semantics

Larry Gorbet
Structuralism meets prototype theory and discovers reciprocal affection

Seiko Fujii
Additive and scalar operators in the context of concessive conditionals

TUESDAY JULY 18

PLENARY SPEAKER: GISELA REDEKER (12:00-1:15 PM)

Louis Goosens
The English modals as grounding predications: A synchronic-dynamic view

Laura Janda
Implementation of the figure-ground distinction in Polish

Hubert Cuyckens, L. Cornelis
Getting through to Dutch 'door'

Mava Jo Powell
Characteristic properties of British informal noun phrase idioms

W.J. Botha
Category features of the Afrikaans verbs doen/maak and wees/het.

Naoko Hayase
The role of figure, ground, and shifting perspective in aspectual phenomena

Marjolijn Verspoor
Causing complements

Greg Lessard
Linguistic and cognitive underpinnings of verbal humour

Peter Harder
Co-predicativity, telicity and subjective direction: The content syntax of
Danish spatial adverbs

Mary Carroll, C. v. Stutterheim
The role of viewpoint in the representation of path in English, German and
Italian

David Tuggy
Function becomes meaning: The case of Nawatl tla-

Bruce Hawkins
The social dimension of a cognitive grammar

Zoltan K=F6vecses
Events and emotions

John Newman
The history of the German es gibt construction

Stefan Grondelaers
Instantiation and existential-like phenomena in modern Dutch

Wolf-Andreas Liebert
Principles of expansion and adaption in metaphorical reasoning: A model of
source-target and target-source dynamics in creative thinking

Donald Grushkin
Metaphorical expressions of anger in ASL as a window on the culture of the
American Deaf community

Margaret Winters
Explaining language change: Diachronic cognitive grammar

Louise Cornelis
Subjectification and the Dutch passive

Gabor Gy=F6ri
>From plural to abstract: A cognitive-naturalist approach to diachronic
morphology

Ad Foolen
Cognitive semantics and emotions

Bernd Heine, T. Kouteva
The proximative

Frederike van der Leek
Alternation and verb meaning in English

Leon de Stadler
The instrument as a semantic role category in Afrikaans

Jennie Singleton, S. Goldin-Meadow, D. McNeill
Do Signers Gesture?: A discussion of the relationship between gesticulation
and sign

Paul Deane
Polysemy as the consequence of join patterns in a system of distributed
conceptual prepresentations

Mary Ellen Ryder
Why you can truck chickens but you can't chicken trucks

G. Lampert
Is there an experientially-based cognitive model of NEGATION?

Sally Rice, D. Sandra, M. Vanrespaille
Prepositional semantics and the fragile link between space and time

Lena Ekberg
Image-schematic transformations and cross-linguistic polysemy. How to go
from 'up' to 'out', or from 'above' to 'behind'

Caitlin Hines
Foxy chicks and Playboy bunnies: A case study in metaphorical lexicalizati=
on

M. Lampert
What is 'scalar' about CAUSATIVITY?

Kevin Moore
A case study in semantic extension

Theo A.J.M. Janssen
Monosemy versus polysemy

Debra J. Occhi
Women, foxes, and badgerlike things: The Japanese schematic categories
Kitsune-gao and Tanuki-goa

Richard Epstein
Cognitive components of definiteness

Carlo Serra Borneto
Two-ways prepositions in German: Image and constraints

Victoria Muehleisen, M. Imai
Transitivity and incorporation of ground information in Japanese path verbs

Rick Floyd
Observations on Wanka Quechua conjectures and subjectification

August Fenk
Representation and iconicity

Robert Dewell
Internal and external perspectives on containers: Imperfective and
perfective views of paths

Tuomas Huumo
A scoping hierarchy of locative, possessive and temporal space-builders

WEDNESDAY JULY 19

PLENARY SPEAKER: CLAUDIA BRUGMAN (8:30-9:45 AM)
PLENARY SPEAKER: ARIE VERHAGEN (4:00-5:15 PM)

Ronnie Wilbur
A prosodic/pragmatic explanation for word order variation in ASL with
typological implications

Gijsbert Stoet, Hans Strohner
Two types of feature availability in conceptual combination

Eve Sweetser
Coalignment in metaphorical systems

Linda Thornburg, K. Panther
Speech act metonymies

Tony Veale, Diarmuid O'Donoghue Mark Keane
Epistomological issues in metaphor comprehension: A comparative analysis of
three models of metaphor interpretation

Nili Mandelblit
Formal and conceptual blending in Hebrew causitives

Adele Goldberg
Possible relations between verbs and constructions

Timothy Clausner
The entrenchment of subjective and objective spatial construals

Christine Poulin
Shifting frames and points of reference in ASL

Tim Rohrer
Conceptual blending on the information highway: How do metaphorical
inferences work?

Paul Werth
An enhanced pragmatics for construction grammar

Adrienne Lehrer
>From blends to combining forms: Productive word formation and semantic
reanalysis

Seana Coulson
Meaning construction in computer virus jokes: The role of blended spaces

Patick Duffey
Problems in conceptual analysis of the modal auxiliaries in English

Tiina Onikki
Tendencies of polysemy in the light of locative case expression designating
postures and facial expressions in Finnish

Haj Ross
Syntax: The source of defective noun phrases

Mark Turner
Blending and metaphor

William Morris
Subjecthood in Kapampangan

Jordan Zlaten
'Holistic' spatial semantics: A cross-linguistic study

Ronald Sheffer
Noun phrase word order: Ramifications of conceptual dependence

Christopher Johnson
Metaphor vs. conflation in the acquisition of polysemy: The case of see

Kestin Meints
Typicality effects in the acquisition of the English passive

Gary Palmer
The domain of ancestral spirits in Bantu noun classification

Hans-J=F6rg Schmid
Cognitive functions of referring abstract noun phrases in texts

Frank Boers
Metaphor in cognitive semantics: A few metaphorical models in economic disco=
urse

Toshiyuki Kumashiro
On the so-called neutral description and the exhaustive-listing ga in Japane=
se

Yo Matsumoto
Semantic Constraints on Grammaticalization: Implications from Deverbal
Complex Postpositions in Japanese

Jarno Raukko
Intersubjective methods in cognitive-semantic research of polysemy

Masako K. Hiraga
Deference as distance: Metaphorical base of honorific verb construction in
Japanese

Wataru Nakamura
A cognitive approach to English adverbs

THURSDAY JULY 20

Kerry Kilborn, S. Frisson
Polysemy and the mind: A neurolinguistic investigation

Hanna Pishwa
Schemas as starting points in language learners' narratives

Yoko Fujii
Story of "break": Cognitive categories of objects and the system of verbs

Edward Robinson
Coherence in discourse: A distributed perspective

Phyllis Wilcox
Metaphor, metonym, and synecdoche in American Sign Language: A cognitive
intertropic relationship

Chris Sinha, Mariko Hayashi Lis A. Thorseng
Comparative Spatial Semantics and Language Acquistion More Evidence from
Danish, English and Japanese

Kaori Kabata, S. Rice
Japanese ni: The particulars of a somewhat contradictory particle

Dirk Speelman, D. Geeraerts
Abundantia verborum: A tool for lexical semantics

G=FCnther Radden, Z. K=F6vecses
Towards a new theory of metonymy

Michael Tomasello
One child's early talk about possession

Satoko Suzuki
The degree of internalization of information and complementizers in Japanese

Johanna Rubba
On morphological relevance

Masuhiro Nomura
Language as fluid: The conduit metaphor in Japanese

Sjoukje van der Wal, Charlotte Koster
Early knowledge of negative polarity items: Cross-linguistic evidence

Anthony Aristar
Cases and the grammaticalization of types

Joost Schilperoord, Ted Sanders
The role of hierarchical discourse structure in incremental production

Fons Maes
Abstract-object anaphors and markedness

Mutsumu Imai
Development of a bias toward language-specific categories

Isao Higashimori
EVEN, SAE/SURA/MO as constraints on contextual assumptions

Frank Brisard
The English tense-system as an epistemic category: The case of futurity

Anneli Kauppinen
Acquisition of Finnish conditional verb forms in formulaic utterances

Mary Theresa Seig
Categorization of Japanese nouns, verbs, and adjectives

FRIDAY JULY 21

PLENARY SPEAKER: SYDNEY LAMB (12:00-1:15 PM)

Ricardo Maldonado
Close and distal datives in Spanish

Maria Josep Cuenca
Form-use mappings for tag questions

Kurt Feyaerts
The pervasiveness of reference-point constructions in a domain: Expressing
people's stupidity in German

Nicole Delbecque
The Spanish copulas SER and ESTAR

Friedrich Ungerer
How newspaper headlines trigger emotions: An excercise in cognitive pragmati=
cs

Maher Awad
On the role of complementizers: Data from Arabic

Vicent Salvador
Concessivity and processes of grammatizication: The case of the Catalan
conective encara que

Carlee Arnett
German impersonal passives

Monika Pawtowska
Towards a cognitive account of clause linking

Karen Bowe
Conceptual metaphors in peninsular Spanish

Balthasar Bickel
When North is West: Haugen effects and the semantics-cognition interface

Yasushiro Shirai
On the internal structure of the Japanese imperfective marker: An
experimental study

Juan Pablo Mora Guti=E9rrez
Fixed-order word coordination in English and Spanish

Manuel Perez Saldanya
Romance go-past constructions

Holger Diessel
V-first constructions in German

Kathleen Carey
Possessive constructions and the conceptualization of events: Evidence from
Spanish, Guarani, and Javanese

Klaus-Uwe Panther
Implicit control in German and English

Michael Achard
Finite/infinitival complements in French

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