[Neuroscience] EXTENDED DEADLINE: 2nd UK POSTGRAD CONF IN COGNITIVE LINGUISTICS

Kyle Jasmin via neur-sci%40net.bio.net (by k.m.jasmin from brighton.ac.uk)
Fri Apr 4 09:48:07 EST 2008


  (apologies for cross-postings)

***EXTENDED DEADLINE: 2nd UK POSTGRADUATE CONFERENCE IN COGNITIVE  
LINGUISTICS ***

ABSTRACTS DUE 9 APRIL 08

CALL FOR PAPERS

2nd UK Postgraduate Conference in COGNITIVE LINGUISTICS
University of Brighton
Brighton, UK
8th of August, 2008
Website: www.languageandcognition.net/pgccl/
Affiliated with the international conference on Language,  
Communication and Cognition, running the 4th – 7th of August, 2008. (www.languageandcognition.n 
et for details.)

The 2nd UK Postgraduate Conference in Cognitive Linguistics provides a  
forum for postgraduate students working within Cognitive Linguistics,  
language and cognition, and related areas, to share and discuss their  
individual research, current methodologies and frameworks, and future  
directions of study. Empirical, theoretical, methodological abstracts  
relating to the following topics are welcome:

- Language and communication
- Language and cognition
- Metaphor
- Grammar and conceptualisation
- Knowledge structure
- Applied cognitive linguistics
- Cognitive semantics
- Related areas of research

Keynote speakers
Dr Ewa Dąbrowska, University of Sheffield, England, Vice President of  
the UK Cognitive Linguistics Association, Editor of Cognitive  
Linguistics journal.
“Empirical Investigations of the Cognitive Reality of Cognitive  
Grammar”

Prof Vyvyan Evans, University of Brighton, England, President of the  
UK Cognitive Linguistics Association.
“LCCM Theory: Assumptions, Antecedents and Architecture”

Workshop chair
Dr Daniel Casasanto, Stanford University, USA. Editor of Language and  
Cognition an interdisciplinary journal of language and cognitive  
science (2009 launch).
“From Ideas to Experiments”


Submission of abstracts
Submissions are solicited for the three parallel sessions and the  
poster session.

- Abstracts should not exceed 500 words–references are excluded from  
this count.
- Abstracts should clearly indicate a presentation title.
- Abstracts should be anonymous for purposes of blind review.
- Abstracts should be formatted as Word, RTF or PDF documents.
- Abstracts should be submitted electronically to UKPGCCL from gmail.com.
- Please include the following information in the body of your email:
	title and name of author(s)
	affiliation
	email address for correspondence
	presentation title
	3-5 keywords
	preference for presentation or poster session.

Please state in the subject line of your email that this is an  
abstract submission, i.e., “Abstract Submission: Name(s)”


EXTENDED ABSTRACT DEADLINE: 9th of April, 2008

For full details please consult the conference website: http://www.languageandcognition.net/pgccl

Organisers
The conference is organised by Andrea Morgado De Matos and Kyle Jasmin.


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