New Directions in Cognitive Linguistics, 2. konference

Datum konání

27.08.2007
30.08.2007

Místo konání

Cardiff University, Wales, UK

New Directions in Cognitive Linguistics Cognitive Linguistics, Applied Hosted at CARDIFF UNIVERSITY, WALES U.K. August 27-30, 2007 KEYNOTE SPEAKERS: LYNNE CAMERON, The Open University, UK SEANA COULSON, University of California at San Diego, USA KLAUS PANTHER, Universität Hamburg, Germany CHRIS SINHA, University of Portsmouth, England, UK EVE SWEETSER, University of California at Berkeley, USA ARIE VERHAGEN, Leiden University, Netherlands We invite scholars of diverse disciplines and languages to contribute to this conference. Papers dealing with any facet of cognitive linguistics research are welcome, including research on meaning, conceptual structure, conceptual operations, cognitive processing, grammar, acquisition, language use, discourse function, and other issues. We also encourage papers that relate to the secondary conference theme, “Cognitive Linguistics, Applied”; as well as the primary theme, “New Directions”. These papers may involve (but are not limited to) any of the following: New descriptive or theoretical insights in Cognitive Linguistics * Critical evaluations of the Cognitive Linguistics enterprise * The interface between Cognitive Linguistics and neighbouring disciplines * New frontiers in Cognitive Linguistics * Conceptual Blending in Discourse * Language in Interaction * Situated meaning * Distributed Cognition * Usage-Based Models * Gesture, and Sign