LINGUIST List 18.3711|
Wed Dec 12 2007
Calls: Cognitive Science,Neuroling/Canada; General Ling/Poland
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Russian Old Believers: History. Religion. Language.
Message 1: Verb Concepts
From: Christina Manouilidou <christina.manouilidougmail.com>
Subject: Verb Concepts
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Full Title: Verb Concepts
Date: 03-Oct-2008 - 04-Oct-2008
Location: Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Contact Person: Christina Manouilidou
Meeting Email: coglabalcor.concordia.ca
Web Site: http://psychology.concordia.ca/verbconcepts/Main.html
Linguistic Field(s): Cognitive Science; General Linguistics; Neurolinguistics;
Philosophy of Language
Call Deadline: 01-May-2008
The Psycholinguistics and Cognition Lab of the Department of Psychology,
Concordia University, Montreal, Canada will be hosting a workshop on Verb
Concepts, to be held on Friday - Saturday, 3-4 October, 2008, in Montreal,
Canada. The full title of the workshop is 'Verb Concepts: Cognitive Science
Perspectives on Verb Representation and Processing'
With this one time event, we aim to bring together researchers working on verb
concepts either from a theoretical or an empirical perspective and to achieve a
forum of discussions covering every possible aspect of verb representation and
processing. We are very pleased to have nine invited speakers each of them
representing a separate research area dealing with verb representation and
processing, such as theoretical linguistics, philosophy of language,
psycholinguistics, neurolinguistics, cognitive science.
Roelien Bastiaanse (Linguistics, University of Groningen)
William Croft (Linguistics, University of New Mexico)
Brendan Gillon (Linguistics, McGill University)
Martin Haiden (Université François Rabelais, Tours)
David Kemmerer (Psychology, Purdue University)
Beth Levin (Linguistics, Stanford University)
Gail Mauner (Psychology, University at Buffalo)
Anna Papafragou (Psychology, University of Delaware)
Paul Pietroski (Philosophy & Linguistics, University of Maryland)
Roberto G. de Almeida & Christina Manouilidou
Department of Psychology
Montreal, QC, Canada
We will have approximately 12 slots available for submitted papers. Papers
should present theoretical positions on the nature of verb representation (e.g.,
semantic and conceptual structures, predicate decomposition, argument structure;
the nature of events; etc). We also encourage submissions of psycholinguistic
and neurolinguistic work (including brain imaging) on major themes guiding
research on verb representation and processing. Our goal is to survey
theoretical approaches and empirical data as well as to contrast major positions.
Papers should be submitted in .pdf (Adobe Acrobat) format. Please send two
attachments: (1) one with title, author(s), affiliation, text, and references;
and (2) one with title and text only (there should be no authorship information
or reference to own work in text). Text should contain up to 1000 words (two
pages). Graphs or diagrams should not be sent separately but can be included in
the two-page limit. Authors of accepted papers will have the opportunity to
revise the abstract before publication in the abstract booklet.
Deadline for submission: May 1, 2008
Please submit abstract as attachment (in .pdf) to: coglabalcor.concordia.ca
(subject line: VERBS - YourLastname).
We are planning to publish a volume with selected papers from the conference.
Further details will be available at a later date.
Message 2: Russian Old Believers: History. Religion. Language.
From: Michal Gluszkowski <michgstud.umk.pl>
Subject: Russian Old Believers: History. Religion. Language.
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Full Title: Russian Old Believers: History. Religion. Language.
Short Title: OldBelief2008
Date: 26-Jun-2008 - 27-Jun-2008
Location: Torun, Poland
Contact Person: Michal Gluszkowski
Meeting Email: staroobrzedowcyop.pl
Web Site: http://staroobrzedowcy.republika.pl
Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics; Historical Linguistics; Language
Call Deadline: 31-Mar-2008
Russian Old Believers Abroad: History. Religion. Language. Culture.
The conference is dedicated to various aspects of life of the Old Believer
communities outside of Russia and the jurisdiction of the Russian Orthodox
The conference will be held on June 26-27, 2008, in the building of the NCU
Institute of Slavonic Languages in Torun, Poland.
The conference fee is 55 euro or 200zl and covers costs of meals and
proceedings. Money transfers should be made together with the submission.
The deadline for submissions is March 31, 2008 (please download the
application form from the conference site). The completed materials (form
and abstract) should be sent to the NCU Institute of Slavonic Languages
(87-100 Torun, ul. Podmurna 9/11, Poland) or via e-mail
(staroobrzedowcyop.pl). Abstracts can be up to 4000 characters, not
including the bibliography). For submissions in Polish, please attach a
short summary (approx. 1000 char.) in English or Russian; submissions in
Russian should include a similar summary in English or Polish. The
manuscript specifications for the conference proceedings will be announced
during the conference.
The working languages of the conference are Polish and Russian.
Up-to-date information about travel, accommodations, and the conference
bank account can be found at the conference web site
(http://staroobrzedowcy.republika.pl). For further details, questions, and
registration and academic issues, please contact the conference secretary.
Prof. Stefan Grzybowski, stefgrzyinteria.pl
Michal Gluszkowski, MA,michgstud.umk.pl,
tel. +48 505 651 927
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