Phonology Theme Session
geoffnathan at wayne.edu
Wed Jul 21 13:56:52 UTC 2004
Phonology in the Cognitive Grammar Worldview
a theme session within the
Ninth International Cognitive Linguistics Conference
Yonsei University in Seoul, Korea.
17-22nd of July 2005
We are seeking abstracts for papers exploring how fundamental principles of
Cognitive Grammar (prototype theory, experiential grounding--embodiment,
principles of categorization, including the concept of the basic level,
and usage-based theories) can elucidate the organization of phonology in
Language (either spoken or signed).
We invite abstracts from researchers in all areas of cognitive linguistics
and related frameworks who are interested in the way the purely
form-oriented, physical aspect of language is perceived, categorized,
organized and produced.
Abstracts should be between 300 and 500 words, and clearly display their
relevance to the topic. Abstracts should be submitted electronically (RTF
or PDF format) to Geoffrey Nathan (geoffnathan at wayne.edu) and José Antonio
Mompeán,(mompean at um.es), and should reach us no later than August 30.
Authors will be notified by September 5th whether their abstracts have been
selected for the theme session. The theme session proposal will then be
submitted to the organizers of the ICLC-9, who will notify us of acceptance
or rejection by January 15th.
[apologies for cross-posting]
Geoffrey S. Nathan <geoffnathan at wayne.edu>
Faculty Liaison, Computing and Information Technology,
and Associate Professor of English
Linguistics Program Phone Numbers
Department of English Computing and Information
Technology: (313) 577-1259
Wayne State University Linguistics (English): (313) 577-8621
Detroit, MI, 48202 C&IT Fax: (313) 577-1338
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