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Wed May 26 2004

Confs: Ling Theories/Hamburg, Germany

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Message 1: Current Trends in Cognitive Linguistics

Date: Tue, 25 May 2004 10:53:28 -0400 (EDT)
From: panther <pantheruni-hamburg.de>
Subject: Current Trends in Cognitive Linguistics

Current Trends in Cognitive Linguistics 
Short Title: CTCL 2004 

Date: 10-Dec-2004 - 11-Dec-2004
Location: Hamburg, Germany
Contact: Klaus-Uwe Panther
Contact Email: pantheruni-hamburg.de, raddenuni-hamburg.de 

Linguistic Sub-field: Linguistic Theories


Meeting Description:

The purpose of this conference is to present and discuss current work
in Cognitive Linguistics pursued in German-speaking universities and
research institutions. Contributions by scholars from other countries
are also welcome.

CONFERENCE ANNOUNCEMENT

Current Trends in Cognitive Linguistics
	
	Hamburg University, December 10-11, 2004
	
	Plenary Talks by:
	
	Suzanne Kemmer (Rice University)
	Bernd Heine (University of Cologne)
	Francisco Ruiz de Mendoza (University of La Rioja)
	Yoshihiko Ikegami (Tokyo University & Showa Women's
University)
	
	The purpose of this conference is to present and discuss
current work in Cognitive Linguistics pursued in German-speaking
universities and research institutions. Contributions by scholars from
other countries are also welcome.

	At this stage we ask all interested cognitive linguists to
contact Guenter Radden (raddenuni-hamburg.de) and Klaus-Uwe Panther
(pantheruni-hamburg.de) with a tentative topic/title by June 15,
2004. Pending funding approval a formal call for abstracts will
follow.
	
	Fee: 25 EUR; students: 10 EUR
	
	On the occasion of this conference, we plan to found the
German Cognitive Linguistics Association (GCLA/DGKL), which will be
affiliated with the International Cognitive Linguistics Association
(ICLA). The purpose of the association will be to foster
interdisciplinary cooperation and communication in Cognitive
Linguistics on the national and international levels.
	
	Local organizers:
	
	Klaus-Uwe Panther
	Guenter Radden
	Mechthild Reh
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