final call for papers: ICLC9

Jeong-Hwa Lee jeonglee12 at
Wed Oct 27 02:28:12 UTC 2004

Final Call for Papers

9th International Cognitive Linguistics Conference

Yonsei University Seoul KOREA
17-22 July 2005 (Sunday-Friday)
Theme: Language, Mind and Brain

- Eve Sweetser (University of California at Berkeley)
- George Lakoff (University of California at Berkeley)
- Gilles Fauconnier (University of California at San Diego)
- Guenter Radden (Hamburg University)
- John Taylor (University of Otago)
- Keedong Lee (Yonsei University)
- Leonard Talmy (State University of New York at Buffalo)
- Melissa Bowerman (Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics)
- Ronald W. Langacker (University of California at San Diego)
- Seana Coulson (University of California at San Diego)
- Suzanne Kemmer (Rice University)

A. For General and Poster Sessions:
We solicit abstracts (for 25-minute presentations including discussion)
which address various aspects of cognitive approaches to human language.
Papers on cognitive linguistics, functional linguistics, discourse studies,
corpus linguistics, or language processing will be of particular interest.
However, papers concerning any issues relating cognition and language will
be welcome.
B. Theme Sessions:
Organizers of theme sessions are asked submit the followings:
(a) A short description of the topic of the session (300-500 words)
(b) A detailed description of the structure of the session:
     presentations, discussions, breaks, etc. (with specific time allotment)
(c) The abstracts of all speakers following the abstract specifications
(d) The names of discussants with contact information
We ask that neither the presentation nor the discussion by a discussant
exceeds 20 minutes.
All submissions should follow the abstract specifications below:

Abstract specifications
An abstract should be maximum 500 words (about one page), including examples
and references. It should specify research questions, approach, method, data
and (expected) results. All abstracts will be reviewed anonymously by three
members of a large international panel.
Notification of Theme Session will be made on or before January 15, 2005.
And notification of General and Poster Sessions will be made on or before
February 15, 2005.
Electronic submissions as attachment (in MS word or PDF format) are strongly
encouraged. We ask each author to restrict their submission to one
single-authored abstract and one co-authored abstract maximum to give
opportunity to more authors within limited time.
The body of e-mail message should include
- author name(s)
- affiliation(s)
- telephone number
- e-mail address
- fax number
- title of paper
- specific area (e.g., subfields of cognitive linguistics, functional
linguistics, discourse studies, etc.)
- three to five keywords
- presenter's name
- preferred session:
   (a) General Session
   (b) Poster Session
   (c) preference General Session but willing to do a poster
The abstract should be anonymous. All abstracts should be sent to
park at (Prof. Jeong-Woon Park, Program Committee Chair)
Should you be unable to submit your abstract electronically, send three
high-quality copies of your abstract and a separate page containing the
required information to
Prof. Jeong-Woon Park
English Department, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies
270 Imun-Dong Dongdaemun-Gu Seoul 130-791 KOREA

Submission deadline for Theme Sessions: September 15, 2004
Submission deadline for General and Poster Sessions: November 15, 2004
Acceptance notification of Theme Session: January 15, 2005
Acceptance notification of General and Poster Sessions: February 15, 2005

For further information, visit (after 1 May 2004).

Hyon-Sook Shin Ph.D.
Conference Chair
9th International Cognitive Linguistics Conference
chair at

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