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Mon Feb 02 2009

Confs: Cognitive Science, Discourse Analysis, Ling & Literature/Germany

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Message 1: Bi-directional Perspectives in the Cognitive Sciences
Date: 02-Feb-2009
From: Marcus Callies <marcus.calliesanglistik.uni-freiburg.de>
Subject: Bi-directional Perspectives in the Cognitive Sciences
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Bi-directional Perspectives in the Cognitive Sciences

Date: 27-Feb-2009 - 01-Mar-2009
Location: Marburg, Germany
Contact: Marcus Callies
Contact Email: calliesstaff.uni-marburg.de
Meeting URL: http://www.staff.uni-marburg.de/~callies/BPCS/BPCSindex.html

Linguistic Field(s): Cognitive Science; Discourse Analysis; Language
Acquisition; Ling & Literature

Meeting Description:

Aiming at bringing together researchers who engage in the trans-disciplinary
study of cognitive phenomena, this conference intends to investigate the
bi-directionality, that is, the mutual heuristic applicability of diverse (and
possibly complementary) research topics and methodologies in the cognitive
sciences.

Thursday, 26 February 2009

19.00
Conference Warming

Friday, 27 February 2009

09.00 - 09.15
Opening Address

09.15 - 10.00
A. Stefanowitsch (Bremen)
Cognitive Linguistics as a Cognitive Science

10.00 - 10.30
Coffee Break

Session 1: Cognitive Linguistics: Transdisciplinary Potentials (10.30 - 11.30)

L. Ströbel (Erlangen):
Unsichtbar, Sichtbar, Grammatikalisierung

V.D. Zhang (Taipei):
Textualizing Emotions and Cultural Consumption in Advertising Language

A. Ziem (Basel):
Cognitive Methodology Meets Language Pedagogy: Toward A Coherent Framework of
Semantics

11.30 - 12.00
Discussion

12.00 - 13.15
Lunch Break

13.15 - 14.00
S. Niemeier (Koblenz)
What's In a Heart: Culture Specific Concepts of Emotionality and Rationality

14.00 - 14.20
Coffee Break

Session 2: Cognitive Linguistics: (Cross-) Cultural Applications (14.20 - 15.20)

J. Goschler (Bremen):
Metaphorical Patterns and Cultural Practice: Converging and Diverging Evidence
about the Conceptualization of Personality

M. Callies (Freiburg):
Within-Culture Variation In English Sports Metaphors: A Window to History,
Culture, and National Identity?

Y. Zhang (Göttingen):
Global Understanding: Prototype For Cross-Cultural Narrative Patterns

15.20 - 15.50
Discussion

15.50 - 16.10
Coffee Break

16.10 - 16.55
G. Steen (Amsterdam)
Style and Cognitive Science: The Perspective from Genre

Session 3: Cognitive Poetics: Literary Approaches (17.00 - 18.00)

S. Freißmann (Gießen):
Wie Viel Körper Braucht Der Geist? Literarische Antworten auf Eine
Kognitionswissenschaftliche Frage

A. Lohöfer, C. Ott, W. Keller (Marburg/Berlin):
How Novels Feel: Emotional and Rational Reading Processes in Contemporary Fiction

D. Vanderbeke (Jena):
The Same Anew, or: Telling and Showing in the Literary Presentation of Cognitive
Processes

18.00 - 18.30
Discussion

20.00
Conference Dinner

Saturday, 28 February 2009

10.00 - 10.45
P. Stockwell (Nottingham)
The Cognitive Aesthetics of Reading Literature

10.45 - 11.00
Coffee Break

Session 4: Cognition and Aesthetic Assessment (11.00 - 12.00)

G. Hindemith (München/Paris):
Der Film Als Audio-Visuelle Objektzirkulation - Wie Bedeutung Entsteht

A. Kleeman (Berkeley):
Familiarity Breeds Beauty: Collective Aesthetics And The Mere Exposure Effect

M. Klepper (Berlin):
Vision And Cognition: A Scene From Henry James

12.00 - 12.30
Discussion

12.30 - 13.30
Lunch Break

13.30 - 14.15
B. Busse (Bern)
Perspectives on Cognitive Poetics

14.15 - 14.30
Coffee Break

Session 5: Cognitive Poetics: (New) Bi-Directional Perspectives? (14.30 - 16.00)

M. Malzahn (Al-Ain):
''How Do I Love Thee?'' Cognition and Metacognition in and through Poetry

W.G. Müller (Jena):
Verbal Irony in Shakespeare's Dramatic Works: Production and Comprehension of
Ironic Utterances

G. Thoms, S. Versace (Glasgow):
How Does the Mind Do Literary Work?

C.J. Yang (Hualien):
''One Day I Wrote Her Name Upon the Strand'': Cognitive Poetics and Literary
Communication

16.00 - 16.30
Discussion

16.30 - 17.30
Coffee and Concluding Roundtable Discussion: Bi-Directional Perspectives in the
Cognitive Sciences - Revaluations
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