LINGUIST List 15.2985
Wed Oct 20 2004
Calls: General Ling/Iranian/Germany; Cognitive Sci/France
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Aspects of Iranian Linguistics
From Gram to Mind
Message 1: Aspects of Iranian Linguistics
From: Simin Karimi <karimiu.arizona.edu>
Subject: Aspects of Iranian Linguistics
Full Title: Aspects of Iranian Linguistics
Date: 17-Jun-2005 - 18-Jun-2005
Location: Leipzig, Germany
Contact Person: Donald Stilo
Meeting Email: stiloeva.mpg.de
Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics
Language Family(ies): Iranian
Call Deadline: 01-Dec-2004
First international conference on different aspects of Iranian linguistics.
SECOND CALL FOR PAPERS
First International Conference on Aspects of Iranian Linguistics, June 17-18,
2005, Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Leipzig, Germany
Mohammad Reza Bateni, Tehran University, Iran
Gilbert Lazard, University of Sorbonne, France
Deadline for Abstracts: December 1, 2004
Acceptance/rejection notification: February 15, 2005
Abstracts are invited for 20-minute talks in all areas of Iranian linguistics
and should be no longer than one page. An additional page with examples and
references may be included. Abstracts should be anonymous and authors should
identify themselves on a separate page, including the title of the paper and the
author's address, affiliation, telephone number, and e-mail address.
Abstracts should be sent to:
either the three email addresses listed below (as an MSWord or PDF attachment)
Or as a hard copy to the following address:
Dr. Donald Stilo
Department of Linguistics
Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology
Deutscher Platz 6
Message 2: From Gram to Mind
From: Jean-baptiste Guignard <jbguignardfree.fr>
Subject: From Gram to Mind
Full Title: From Gram to Mind
Date: 19-May-2004 - 21-May-2005
Location: Bordeaux, France
Contact Person: Jean-Rémi Lapaire
Meeting Email: gramindu-bordeaux3.fr
Linguistic Field(s): Cognitive Science
Call Deadline: 30-Oct-2004
Call for Papers
Extension of Deadline to 30 Oct 2004
Please note that the conference will be held from May 19 thru May 21.
Please note the adjunction of the following topic: ''Aphasia, disability,
mental illness and grammar''
University 'Michel de Montaigne'
May 19-21 2005
*From gram to mind : grammar as cognition*
Professor Ronald Langacker, University of San Diego, California
Professeur Paulo de Carvalho, University of Bordeaux, France
Professeur Jean-Pierre Desclis, University of Paris (Sorbonne)
Professor Bernd Heine, University of Cologne, Germany
Professor Barbara Lewandowska-Tomaszczyk, University of Lsdz, Poland
Professor Günter Radden, University of Hamburg, Germany
Professor Eve Sweetser, University of Berkeley, California
Is grammar ''a window on thought''?
How does grammatical structure relate to conceptual structure?
Is linguistic conceptualisation distinct from general cognition?
To what extent is grammar motivated?
Is grammar 'rational', phenomenological, imaginative, embodied?
Who cognises what in grammar?
What are the specific epistemological and methodological dimensions of
Papers related to the following topics are particularly welcome:
- speakers as cognizers
- grammar as construal
- the mental architecture / organization of grammar
- origin and nature of grammatical meaning
- grammar and (mental) imagery
- grammar and conceptual integration
- grammar and conceptual projection / transfer
- grammar and (conceptual) reification
- grammar and ception
- grammar and iconicity
- cognitive grammar and language teaching
Discussions of the following issues are also encouraged:
- anthropological and bio-cultural dimensions of grammar
- grammar and aphasia, grammar and disability, grammar and mental illness
- grammar and cultural frames / models / scripts
- the relationship between grammar and cognition in French theories of
language that relate grammatical functioning to mental processes and
conceptual systems, such as psycho-micanique du langage (G. Guillaume)
and théorie des opérations énonciatives (A. Culioli).
Jean-Rémi Lapaire, Jean-Remi.Lapaireu-bordeaux3.fr
Professor of Cognitive Linguistics, University of Bordeaux, France
Guillaume Desagulier, University of Bordeaux, France
Jean-Baptiste Guignard, University of Bordeaux, France
Simon Harrison, University of Bordeaux, France
Michele Lanc, University of Bordeaux, France
Maarten Lemmans, University of Lille, France
General Committee / Comiti Scientifique
Jean Albrespit, University of Bordeaux, France
Stephanie Bonnefille, University of Tours, France
Frank Brisard, University of Antwerp, Belgium
Pierre Busuttil, University of Pau, France
Philip Carr, Universtiy of Montpellier, France
Hervi Fourtina, University of Bordeaux, France
Alex Kravchenko, University of Baikal, Russia
Maarten Lemmens, University of Lille, France
Andrew McMichael, University of Toulouse, France
Dennis Philps, University of Toulouse, France
Günter Radden, University of Hamburg, Germany
Wilfrid Rotge, University of Paris (Nanterre), France
Augusto Soares da Silva, Catholic University of Portugal, Braga, Portugal
University of Bordeaux (Main campus site and International House).
Institut de Cognitique de Bordeaux
Registration fee includes refreshments : 50 / 25 (reduced)
Lunch vouchers : 10
City of Bordeaux, Wine Country,
Oceanside Practical information
available upon registration.
A list of university apartments and centrally located hotels offering
special conference rates (25-50) will be supplied to all participants.
Deadline for submission of abstracts: 15 Oct 2004
Notification of acceptance / Acceptation : 30 Oct. 2004
Conference program and pre-registration
Practical information: Jan-Feb 2005
Please send an anonymous abstract (max. 500 words) stating your aims and claims
(in Word, RTF or plain text format) to the following address:
The main body of your message should mention : Your name and affiliation;
the title of your paper; your e-mail address.
Gram-to-Mind link on Bottom left hand corner
Postal (mailing) address / Adresse postale
Colloque Grammaire et Cognition
Universiti Michel de Montaigne-Bordeaux 3
33607 PESSAC Cedex
Selected papers from the conference will be published.
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