[Neuroscience] LCM3: 3rd cfp
(by hougaard from language.sdu.dk)
Mon Nov 19 09:55:49 EST 2007
LANGUAGE, CULTURE AND MIND 3
Odense, 14-16th July 2008
3RD CALL FOR INDIVIDUAL PAPERS
NEW! LCM III satellite event: Empirical Methods in Cognitive Linguistics, 7-11th July.
The LCM committee and local organizers call for theme session proposals for the third conference in the series Language, Culture and Mind. The conference will be held in modern and comfortable conference facilities in ODENSE 14TH-16TH JULY, 2008. The conference aims at establishing an interdisciplinary forum for an integration of cognitive, social and cultural perspectives in theoretical and empirical studies of language and communication. The special theme of the conference is Social Life and Meaning Construction.
We call for contributions from scholars and scientists in anthropology, biology, linguistics, philosophy, psychology, semiotics, semantics, social interaction, discourse analysis, cognitive and neuroscience, who wish both to impart their insights and findings, and learn from other disciplines. Preference will be given to submissions which emphasize interdisciplinarity, the interaction between social life, culture, mind and language, and/or multi-methodological approaches in language and communication sciences.
Description of the LCM conference series: see bottom.
* First call for Theme Sessions: April 1, 2007
* Second call for Theme Sessions: May 1, 2007
* Third call for Theme Sessions: June 1, 2007
* Deadline for Theme Sessions submissions: September 1, 2007 (Extended)
* Notification for Theme Sessions : November 1, 2007 (Extended)
* First call for Individual Papers and Posters: September 1, 2007
* Second call for Individual Papers and Posters: October 1, 2007
* Third call for Individual Papers and Posters: November 1, 2007 (Delayed)
* Deadline for Individual Paper and Poster submissions: January 1, 2008
* Deadline for submitting papers for theme sessions: February 1, 2008
* Notification for Individual Paper, Theme Session paper and Poster submissions: March 1, 2008
Max. 500 words (including references)
To be submitted to lcm from language.sdu.dk
Submissions will be evaluated according to their
Michael Chandler (University of British Columbia)
Alessandro Duranti (University of California at Los Angeles)
Derek Edwards (University of Loughborough)
Marianne Gullberg (Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics) Esa Itkonen (University of Turku) Meredith Williams (Johns Hopkins University)
NEW! THEME SESSIONS:
Titel: "Social Construction, Psychological Discourse and Neuroimaging"
Organizer: Adam Wallwork
Titel: "'Doing Science' as a Collaborative Accomplishment of the Mind as Discourse-in-Interaction"
Organizer: Gudrun Ziegler
Titel: "Lectal and Multilingual Variation: Cognitive and Social Dimensions"
Organizers: Raphael Berthele, Dirk Geeraerts, Gitte Kristiansen, Yves Peirsman
Titel: "Language, Sociality, and Mind: Lessons from a neurodegenerative disorder"
Organizer: Andrea W. Mates
Titel:"Bridging the Gap in Cultural Studies: From meaning construction to (inter-)cultural communicative competence"
Organizer: Izaskun Elorza & Ovid Carbonell
Titel: "Intersubjectivity: Between Personal Experience and Social Life"
Organizers: Timothy P. Racine & Jordan Zlatev
Titel: "Situating understanding, perception, in social interaction"
Organizer: Domenic Berducci
Titel: "Chinese Language, Cultural Keywords and Ethno-philosophy"
Organizer: Adrian Tien
Titel: "(Cross-Cultural Communication)"
Organizer: Bert Peeters
Titel: "Communicating and Interpreting Policy Meaning"
Organizer: Alan Cienki & Dvora Yanow
Titel: "Language and Cultural Change in Immigrant and Aboriginal Communities: Transformations at the culture, language, and mind interface"
Organizers: Michael Chandler & Cynthia Lightfoot
Titel: "Social Life and Meaning Construction"
Organizer Paul Thibault
Titel: "Discourse and psychology: Emotion, knowledge and institution interaction" Organizer: Jonathan Potter
Titel: "Situated, distributed cognition and social structure of shared task performance in high-risk workplaces" Organizer: Lisa Loloma Froholdt
Titel: "Social Interaction, Cognition, and Intersubjectivity"
Organizers: Thomas Wiben Jensen, Anders R Hougaard & Gitte R Hougaard
NEW! SATELLITE EVENT
LCM III satellite event: Empirical Methods in Cognitive Linguistics, 7-11th July
Organizers: Monica Gonzalez Marquez,Raymond Becker, Anders R Hougaard, Gitte R Hougaard and Todd Oakley
More Information follows later!
EARLIER LCM CONFERENCES:
1st LCM conference: Portsmouth 2004
2nd LCM conference: Paris 2006 <http://www.lcm2006.net/ <https://sdumail.sdu.dk/exchweb/bin/redir.asp?URL=http://www.lcm2006.net/> >
THE INTERNATIONAL LCM COMMITTEE:
Anders R. Hougaard
John A Lucy
Vera da Silva Sinha
THE LOCAL ORGANIZING COMMITTEE:
Center for Social Practises and Cognition (SoPraCon):
Anders R. Hougaard
Gitte R. Hougaard (Director)
Anne Salazar Orvig
Edwin Hutchins Johannes Wagner
THE LCM CONFERENCES:
The goals of LCM conferences are to contribute to situating the study of language in a contemporary interdisciplinary dialogue, and to promote a better integration of cognitive and cultural perspectives in empirical and theoretical studies of language. Human natural languages are biologically based, cognitively motivated, affectively rich, socially shared, grammatically organized symbolic systems. They provide the principal semiotic means for the complexity and diversity of human cultural life. As has long been recognized, no single discipline or methodology is sufficient to capture all the dimensions of this complex and multifaceted phenomenon, which lies at the heart of what it is to be human.
Theories of cognition and perception, and their neural foundations, are central to many current approaches in language science. However, a genuinely integrative perspective requires that attention also be paid to the foundations of cultural life in social interaction, empathy, mimesis, intersubjectivity, dialogicality, normativity, agentivity and narrativity. Significant theoretical, methodological and empirical advancements across relevant disciplines now provide a realistic basis for such a broadened perspective.
This conference will articulate and discuss approaches to human natural language and to diverse genres of language activity which aim to integrate its cultural, social, cognitive, affective and bodily foundations. We call for contributions from scholars and scientists in anthropology, biology, linguistics, philosophy, psychology, semiotics, semantics, discourse analysis, cognitive and neuroscience, who wish both to share their insights and findings, and learn from other disciplines. Preference will be given to submissions which emphasize interdisciplinarity, the interaction between culture, mind and language, and/or multi-methodological approaches in language sciences.
Anders R. Hougaard
Assistant professor, PhD
Center for Social Practises and Cognition (SoPraCon)
Institute of Language and Communication
University of Southern Denmark, Odense
hougaard from language.sdu.dk <mailto:hougaard from language.sdu.dk>
Phone: +45 65503154
Fax: + 45 65932483.
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