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第11届国际认知语言学大会(ICLC 11,Xi’an, China) 征稿启事
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受国际认知语言学协会(ICLA)委托,由中国认知语言学协会和中国认知语言学国际论坛联合主办、西安外国语大学承办的第十一届国际认知语言学大会,将于2011年7月11-17日在中国历史名城西安召开。
大会主题
语言、认知、语境
大会主题演讲人
Harald Baayen(加拿大,阿尔伯塔大学)
Ewa Dabrowska(英国,诺桑比亚大学)
Mirjam Fried(捷克共和国,捷克科学院)
Horie Kaoru(日本,东北大学)
Ronald Langacker(美国,加州大学圣地亚哥分校)
John Lucy(美国,芝加哥大学)
Jiaxuan Shen(中国,中国社会科学院)
大会组委会
束定芳(联席主席)(上海外国语大学)
李福印(联席主席)(北京航空航天大学)
杨达复(执行主席)(西安外国语大学)
陈 融(加利福尼亚州立大学圣伯纳蒂诺分校)
刘世生(清华大学)
张 辉(解放军国际关系学院)
姜亚军(西安外国语大学)
大会顾问委员会
Yuelian Liu(主席)(中国,西安外国语大学)
Laura Janda(挪威,特罗姆瑟大学)
Maarten Lemmens(法国,里尔第三大学及国家科学研究中心)
Klaus-Uwe Panther(德国,汉堡大学)
Rene Dirven(德国,杜伊斯堡-埃森大学)
Suzanne Kemmer(美国,莱斯大学)
Elzbieta Tabakowska(波兰,国立克拉科夫雅盖隆大学)
论文摘要提交有关要求
ICLC 11西安大会分普通会议(general session)、专题研讨(theme session)和书面展示(poster session)三种形式。普通会议和专题研讨发言每人限25分钟(20分钟演讲,5分钟讨论)。书面展示期间普通会议及专题研讨暂时休会。每人发言不能超过两次:一次作为第一作者,一次作为合作作者。普通会议和专题研讨发言的论文摘要均需通过同行匿名评审程序。因此,专题研讨发言的论文摘要需要提交两次:一次向专题研讨组织者提交,另一次向大会组织委员会提交。
大会论文摘要应该建立在承认语言是人类认知的一部分, 而不是一个独立系统的理论基础之上。语言不仅受到自身因素的影响,而且取决于外部因素。这些外部因素既包括人类共有的先天认知能力,也包括文化群体、语篇类型和交际模式等方面的社会制约。前者使语言相同;后者使语言互异。
论文摘要应不超过500英文词(包括参考文献)。摘要录用的主要依据是:论点清晰、内容翔实、与认知语言学相关。实证研究的摘要应当包括初步研究结果;理论研究的摘要除阐明观点外,还应当包括具体的论证步骤和框架。论文摘要提交时间:2010年6月16日至11月15日。
ICLC 11西安大会网址:http://www.iclc11.org;专用邮箱:iclc11@xisu.edu.cn;工作语言:英语。
专题研讨组织者注意事项
1. 征文通知应在cogling网站和ICLC 11西安大会网址发布;也鼓励组织者在其他语言学网站或刊物上发布。
2. 2010年10月15日前,向组委会提交专题研讨提案(长度不超过一页),并附发言者名单及发言题目(各发言简介不超过三句话),以便由组织委员会和咨询委员会成员组成的评审组审核。
3. 2010年10月下旬,各专题研讨的组织者将收到评审组对专题研讨提案的审核决定。若获得同意,请组织者及时提醒各发言者于2010年11月15日前向大会组委会提交论文摘要,以便统一评审;若未获同意,也请组织者鼓励发言者向大会组委会提交论文摘要。
4. 专题研讨的组织者将于2011年2月15日前收到论文摘要审核结果。若通过审核的摘要少于5篇,该专题研讨将被取消;若多于24篇,由组织者负责将数量控制在24篇以内。未被专题研讨录用的摘要将自动转入普通会议的安排之中。
ICLC 11: Language, Cognition, Context
July 11-17, 2011, Xi’an, China
(http://www.iclc11.org; iclc11@xisu.edu.cn)
Under the auspices of the International Cognitive Linguistics Association, co-organized by China Cognitive Linguistics Association and China International Forum on Cognitive Linguistics, and hosted by Xi’an International Studies University, the 11th International Cognitive Linguistics Conference will be held July 11- 17, 2011, in the historic city of Xi’an, China.
General guidelines
Like all previous ICLCs, ICLC 11, Xi’an will be a gathering of cognitive linguists to present their most recent research in the study of language. We invite abstracts that subscribe to the assumption that language is part of human cognition, not an autonomous and separate system. Language is seen as influenced and, to a large extent, even determined by forces not only within it but also outside it—factors of general human cognitive capacities as well as factors that result from the diversity of societies, cultural groups, discourse types, and communicative modes.
As such, presentations at ICLC 11, Xi’an may be on any facet of human language—including the non-verbal—from any cognitive linguistics perspective. The following general areas are provided as a sampler, not an exclusive list of possibilities: cognitive grammar, cognitive semantics, construction grammar, conceptual metaphor, conceptual integration, embodiment of language, cognitive psycholinguistics, cognitive sociolinguistics, cognitive stylistics, cognitive applied linguistics, corpus linguistics, and application of a cognitive linguistics theory to other disciplines.
ICLC 11, Xi’an will hold a general session, theme sessions, and a poster session. Presentations for the general session and theme sessions will be allotted 25 minutes, with 20 minutes for presentation and 5 minutes for discussion. The poster session will be given a two-hour time window, without competing with the general session or the theme sessions.
Each presenter can appear in the program a maximum of two times: once as a first author and once as a co-author. Abstracts for both the general session and theme sessions will go through the same anonymous peer-review process. A presentation for a theme session (see below) will thus be submitted twice—once to the theme session organizer and once to the Organizing Committee.
The conference website (http://www.iclc11.org) is being constructed and will be updated with new information as it becomes available. Questions regarding the conference should be addressed to iclc11@xisu.edu.cn.
Abstract Submission and Requirements
Abstracts will be accepted from June 16, 2010 to November 15, 2010. Details about how to submit abstracts will be announced by June 15, 2010.
Abstracts should be no more than 500 words, including references. They should reflect the soundness of argument, substance of content, and relevance to cognitive linguistics—the three criteria on which acceptance decisions will be based. An abstract about an empirical study, therefore, ought to include preliminary findings. Similarly, an abstract of a theoretical presentation should outline how a position is defended in addition to what that position is.
Theme sessions
Theme sessions at ICLC 11, Xi’an are expected to encourage the broadest participation possible by scholars in the entire cognitive linguistics community and to present studies that are of as high caliber as
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