Final schedule: UK-Cognitive Linguistics conference, Cardiff

June Luchjenbroers els603 at
Wed Aug 15 12:52:42 UTC 2007


Hi all....

Here is the full (and we think final)
schedule for papers to be given at the
coming UK-Cognitive Linguistics conference, 
Cardiff.  27 -- 30 August, 2007.

For more information about this conference: 

We hope to see you there ;-)

June & Michelle


Monday (27th August)

1pm        Signing In (registration open till 5pm)
4:45        Official Opening
5:00        Plenary: Vyvyan Evans
       "Towards a cognitively realistic account of 

7:30        Welcome Reception (wine and buffet)

Tuesday (28th August)

9am        Plenary: Lynne Cameron
       "The Discourse Dynamics of Metaphor"

10:30        Morning Tea/coffee

Parallel Session #1 [11am – 1pm]

Room 1
11am        JACINTO, Joana,
          Subjectivity and Modality in Portuguese
11:30        SAMBRE, Paul,
          Nesting polyphony in subjectification
noon        KRAWCZAK, Karolina,
         (Inter)subjectification and objectification: 
     All paths lead to conceptualization
12:30        VAN VLIET, Sarah,
         Subjectivity and the use of proper nouns versus pronouns

Room 2
11am        SANTARPIA, Alfonso, 
         The effect of linguistic metaphors of the body on 
     the relaxation physiological markers in real time
11:30        NEAGU, Mariana, 
         Motion Metaphors of Time in Romanian
noon        SHINOHARA, Kazuko, A. NAKAYAMA, & J. NAKANO, 
         Synaesthetic metaphors in Japanese: an experimental 
     study on the direction of extension.
12:30        STAUM, Laura & CASASANTO, Daniel, 
        Should liberals use conservatives' metaphors? 
   Cognitive Linguistics meets Sociolinguistics

Room 3
11am        BROCCIAS, Cristiano, 
        Conceptual links and the availability of asymmetric 
   and non-inheriting resultative constructions
11:30        WANG, Ben Pin-Yung & SU, Lily I-wen, 
         On the polysemy of V-KAI constructions: Forces and 
    perspectives in Chinese resultative verbs
noon        BASILIO, Margarida & OLIVEIRA, Claudia, 
         A computational approach for evaluating the semantics 
    of Adj-Noun constructions
12:30        EGAN, Thomas,
        Goal as targeted alternative: the case of the to-infinitive

Room 4
11am        PAAVOLAINEN, Teemu, 
        Cognitive Linguistics and the Ecology of Theatrical Performance
11:30        SING, Christine,
        "I think we agree, the past is over": Spatio-temporal 
     metaphors in American Political Discourse
noon        MILOTOVA, Hana, 
         Persuasive Power of Metaphor in Short Business Presentations
12:30        WERMUTH, Cornelia, 
         Instrumentality vs. pseudo-instrumentality in medical 
     classification rubrics

1 – 2:30pm        LUNCH

Parallel Session #2 [2:30 – 4; 4:30 – 5:30pm] 

Room 1
2:30        NABESHIMA, Kojiro 
         Subjectivity: In relation to Developmental Studies and 
    Metaphor Studies
3pm        ENDO, Tomoko 
         Establishment of intersubjectivity through showing sharedness: 
    a::: in Japanese conversation
3:30        MARÍN-ARRESE, Juana
         Stance and Subjectivity/Intersubjectivity in Discourses. 
     A Corpus Study

Room 2
2:30        SHIBASAKI, Reijirou 
         Homographic Disambiguation in Japanese: A Blending Approach
3pm        FENTON, Brandon
         Thinking of You: Conceptual Integration and Identity
3:30        BIERWIACZONEK, Boguslaw
         Conceptual and Neural Blending in the Interpretation 
     of Proverbs

Room 3
2:30        ZAINON Hamzah, Zaitul  & ABD RAHIM, Normaliza 
        Interruptions in The Conversations Amongst Malay Children: 
    A Pragmatic Analysis
3pm           REUBER, Markus & GRAGERA, Antonio 
         The grammaticalization of neurophysiological conceptual 
     phenomena: a shift in the focus of cognitive linguistics.
3:30        PLUG, Leendert
         Applied Cognitive Linguistics: Metaphoric conceptualisation 
    and the differential diagnosis of seizure disorders

Room 4
2:30        MINAMI, Yusuke,
          Elaborating two types of construal: The case of tough 
      sentences in English and Japanese
3pm          KOPYTOWSKA, Monica,
          Framing global compassion in view of genocide and famine
3:30        KAAL, Anna & DORST, Lettie,
          Metaphor in discourse: beyond the boundaries of MIP

4pm        Afternoon Tea/coffee

Room 1
4:30        BELIËN, Maaike
         Dutch adpositions and grammatical constituency: 
     A cognitive-grammar analysis
5pm        CALUDE, Andreea
         The Demonstrative Cleft in Spoken English

Room 2
4:30        PONTEROTTO, Diane 
         Cross-cultural variation in cognitive metaphor theory: 
     Implications for translation studies
5pm        RASULIC, Katarina
        On Cross-Linguistic Conceptual Blends: A Case Study

Room 3
4:30        KRISTIANSEN, Gitte On the Necessity of a Cognitive 
     Sociolinguistics: The Case of Lectal Varieties and 
     Language Acquisition
5pm        CRIBB, Michael
         Semantic consistency and pragmatic relevance in the 
     construction of coherence in non-native extended 
     spoken discourse

Room 4
4:30        CALVO CORTÉS,
         Why taking aboard what should be taken on board?'
5pm        TIMOFEEVA, Maria,
         Introspective View of Language

5:30pm        Plenary: Arie Verhagen
     "'All constructions are symbols' - 
but are all constructional symbols created equal?"

8pm        Conference Dinner 

Wednesday (29th August) 

9am        Plenary: Seana Coulson
      "Spatial Construals of Time"

10:30        Morning Tea/coffee

Parallel Session #3 [11am – 1pm] 

Room 1
11am        LORENZETTI, Maria,
         Emerging Lexical Complexity through Conceptual 
     Blending: The Case of the English Verb See in the 
     Implicit Object Construction
11:30        VIBERG, Ake,
         Cognitive linguistics and corpus-based contrastive 
    analysis: The Swedish verbs of Possession in contrastive 
     and topological perspective.
noon        DELORGE, Martine
         The diachronic evolution of the aan-construction with 
    Dutch verbs of reception
12:30        WOOD, Tess
         From degrees to quantities and back

Room 2
11am        BEECHING, Kate
        The application of a cognitive model to semantic change  
    - ‘buttiness’
11:30        HOLOBUT, Agata
        Designer Descriptions
noon        MAREK, Ku´zniak 
         A few words in defence of pleonasms
12:30        SMITH, Andrew
         The Cognitive Origins of Linguistic Complexity

Room 3
11am        TURULA, Anna
         Frame shifting, conceptual refocusing and episodic 
    memory in FL grammar pedagogy
11:30        JENKINS, Diana
         Cognitive linguistics' Home away from Home: a place 
    for cognitive linguistics in an EFL teacher training course
noon        ALEJO González, Rafael
         L2 Spanish acquisition of English phrasal verbs: A 
    Cognitive Linguistic analysis of L1 influence
12:30        SKOUFAKI, Sophia
         Reassessing the effectiveness of L2 idiom presentation 
     in metaphoric groups

Room 4
11am        HART, Christopher
         Cognitive linguistics in critical discourse analysis: 
     Mental spaces, blended spaces & discourse spaces in 
     immigration rhetoric.
11:30        PASCUAL, Esther
         Fictive interaction: Face-to-face conversation as a 
    frame in ordinary and legal thought
noon        WITCZAK-PLISIECKA, Iwona
         A cognitive grammar account of the deontic shall in 
    the legal context
12:30        LUCHJENBROERS, June & ALDRIDGE, Michelle
         Children in Court: A cognitive linguistic and legal 
     consideration of the gulf between a (child) rape victim's 
     rights and what jurors hear.

1 – 2:30pm        LUNCH        2 – 2:30pm POSTER SESSION

Parallel Session #4 [2:30 – 4pm] 

Room 1
2:30        PARDESHI, Prashant & SHINOHARA, Kazuko 
          A time to make sense of markedness in the space-to-
      time mappings
          Spatial Relations and Linguistic Relativity
3:30        MATSUNAKA, Yoshihiro & SHINOHARA, Kazuko 
          Cognition and representation of frontal space: 
      an analysis of Japanese spatial terms

Room 2
2:30        HOEFLER, Stefan
         The cognitive origin of symbolism and grammaticalisation: 
     A usage-based model of language evolution
         Metaphorical mappings of transitivity in Spanish Sign 
3:30        BIERWIACZONEK, Boguslaw
         Neural Substrates of Metonymy

Room 3
2:30        ROEHR, Karen
         The role of category structure in second language learning
3pm        BARNDEN, John A
         Metaphor arising in a Classroom Virtual Role-Playing Context
3:30        TAWILAPAKUL, Upsorn
         The Use of English Tenses by Thai University Students

Room 4
2:30        CAPPELLE, Bert 
         Phrasal verb derivations: competence and performance
3pm        JEONG, Ja-Yeon
         The semantics of four Korean motion verbs of “separation”: 
     A usage-based study
3:30        BARKER, Emma J. &  GAIZAUSKAS, Robert
         Understanding Background Texts: Products and Processes

4pm        Afternoon Tea/coffee

4:30        Plenary: Klaus-Uwe Panther 
     "Motivating grammatical and natural gender agreement in German"

6 – 7pm        UK-CLA Meeting  


Thursday (30th August) 

Parallel Session #5 [8:45am notices;  9 – 11am] 

Room 1
9am        OHASHI, Hiroshi
        Epistemic Conditionals in English and Japanese
9:30        ARITA, Setsuko
        Two Japanese Adverbials and Conditionals
10am        BEREZOWSKI, Leszek
        Indefinite article rhetoric
10:30        COUNIHAN, Marian
        `all' vs `if': How discourse function explains logical 

Room 2
9am        BERENDT, Erich
        The Ideas of Ideas: Cognitive metaphoric patterns in English 
    &  Japanese  in expressing ideas/ kangae
9:30        WALLINGTON, Alan
        Metaphor as Bricolage
10am        DABROWSKA, Ewa
         The effects of frequency and neighbourhood density on 
     adult speakers' productivity with Polish case inflections: 
     An empirical test of usage-based approaches to morphology.
10:30        PLUG, Leendert
         Phonetics and pragmatics in Usage-based Phonology: On the 
     representation of some Dutch phrases

Room 3
9am        EDWARDES, Martin
         Why Me? Cognition at the Origins of Grammar
9:30        BÖGER, Claudia & SKILTERS, Jurgis
         Embodied semantic structures in movement execution and language
10am        BOWIE, Jill
         Language Evolution: Insights from spoken discourse
10:30        GEERAERTS, Dirk, M. GOYENS,  & A. BLOEM, 
         The birth of emotion. A diachronic study

Room 4
9am        BORN STEINBERGER-ELIAS, Margarethe
         How to measure text legibility: a cognitive linguistics 
     approach to brazilian portuguese texts
9:30        LUKES, Dominik
         Discourse-level constructions and frame analysis of 
    policy discourse: case of evaluation of university teaching.
10am        ZIEM, Alexander
         Given and New: the role of default values in a frame 
    semantic approach to word meaning
10:30        VOLKOVA, Tatiana
         Diplomatic Discourse Function in Intercultural Communication

11:00        Morning Tea/coffee

Parallel Session #6 [11:30am – 1pm] 

Room 1
11:30        ISRAEL, Michael
         Care, Mind, Bother and Cope: on the usage-based nature 
     of polarity sensitivity
noon        LANGLOTZ, Andreas
         Dynamic interactive categorization and the adaptability 
    of linguistic meaning
12:30        CHANG, Vincent T
         Minimal structure and scalar implicature of visual meaning 
    in multimodal discourse

Room 2
11:30        Musgrove, Tim
         Contextual search based on a cognitive model of query meaning
noon        Divjak, Dagmar & Gries, Stefan
         Clusters in the mind? Converging evidence from near-synonymy 
     in Russian
12:30        Janicki, Karol
        Is Pluto a planet?  Can a linguist have an answer?

Room 3
11:30        CHANG, Kyle
        How do Second Language Learners Comprehend Syntactically 
    Ambiguous Sentences in Chinese?
noon        AZUMA, Masumi
        How does knowledge of the mother tongue affect the 
    interpretation of figurative expressions?
12:30        CASASANTO, Daniel & LOZANO, Sandra
        Meaning and Motor Action

Room 4
11:30        PASMA, Trijntje
     Metaphor identification: the application of a reliable 
     method to Dutch natural discourse
noon        DORST, Lettie & KAAL, Anna
     Metaphor in discourse: from theory to application and 
     back again
12:30        AFONSO, Susana
     The role of context in language and perception

1 – 2pm        LUNCH

2pm        Plenary: Chris Sinha (Wany Sampiao, Vera da Silva 
            Sinha & Jörg Zinken)
    "Time is not (always) space "
3:30pm        CLOSE 



Abd Rahim, Normaliza & Zainon Hamzah, Zaitul 
        Interaction Pattern Amongst Asperger Children
Altman, Magda
        Ancient and modern views on proprioception and 
        the body schema
Bierwiaczonek, Boguslaw
        Neural Substrates of Metonymy
Broccias, Cristiano
        A network analysis of (oriented) –ly adjunct constructions 
Chang, Vincent 
        Relevance, pragmatic inference, and discourse topic – 
        A crosslinguistic analysis, a universal account
Da Milano, Federica
        The relationship between spatial and temporal language
         in the sino-japanese environment. 
Duda, Katie
        The Punchline as protest: Conceptual blends in 
        anti-globalization activism
Endo, Tomoko
        Epistemic Expressions in Chinese Conversation
Handl, Susanne & Graf, Eva-Maria 
        From unanalyzable chunks to prefabricated units: 
        Stages and types of language processing in L1.
Lukes, Dominik
        Hypostasis, schema negotiation and other dynamic 
        phenomena in the “inventory of  linguistic units”
Marín-Arrese, Juana
        Passive and Construal: Non-optionality in agented passives
Mauri, Caterina
        How hierarchical may a conceptual space be?
        The case of coordination relations
Núñez-Perucha, Begona
        The study of figurative language in context:  discursive 
        constraints and pragmatic effects
Russo, Irene
        The modulation of adjectival meanings in Italian and 
        in English: a corpus- based analysis of sweet and its antonyms
Thiering, Martin 
        The Construction of Topological Mental Spaces
Vikram, Amitabh 
        Solving Prepositional ambiguity: A lexical Filtering device
        for Haarautii Simple sentences
Voskoboynyk, Valentyna
        Cognitive analysis of derived economic terms-adjectives: 
        Types of frames
Wallington, Alan
        What a shambles!: A non-blending Account of 
        My surgeon is a Butcher

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