schedule: Image Schemas and Linguistic Relativity
mg246 at cornell.edu
Thu Jul 8 03:58:42 UTC 2004
Here it is at last! The schedule to the workshop. The workshop will
take place in the Richmont Building, which is the same building where
the conference will take place. We'll have signs with the room number
at the main entrance, etc.
The information will also be on the website after tonight:
See you then!
10:05 Stephanie Pourcel, University of Durham,
Studying linguistic relativity empirically: scope and issues
10:45 Monica Gonzalez-Marquez, Cornell University
Image schemas: searching for consensus
11:25 Asifa Majid, Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics,
Miriam van Staden, University of Amsterdam,
Nick Enfield,Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics
The image schema and cross-linguistic differences in body-part terms
11:55 Jordan Zlatev, Lund University,
Caroline David, University of Poitiers
Do Swedes and Frenchmen view motion differently?
1:30 Margarita Correa-Beningfield, Universidad Complutense de Madrid
Claude Vandeloise, Louisiana State University
Gitte Kristiansen, Universidad Complutense de Madrid
Image schema and empirical data from second language
acquisition of English by Spanish speakers
2:00 Dominik Lukes, Collegium Hieronymi Pragensis
Image schemas in second language learning and instruction:
A case for a multidisciplinary approach
2:30 Benjamin K. Bergen & Ting Ting Avis Chan,
University of Hawaii
Writing direction and the universality of image schemas
3:00 Roslyn Frank, University of Iowa
What do John Lucy's unitizer languages tell us about
topological image schemas?
3:30 Chris Sinha, University of Portsmouth
Canonicality, cultural embodiment and cultural variation
4:30 Stanka Fitneva, Queen's University
Image schemas and linguistic relativity: a look to the future.
Summary comments leading to general discussion
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