Its framing topic is "Cognitive Linguistics as an Interdisciplinary Endeavour: Theoretical and Methodological Challenges".
The conference will also make an active contribution to the further development of the vibrant Cognitive-Linguistics community of Europe. More specifically, we seek to develop new forms of cooperation between the national Cognitive-Linguistics associations whose representatives are kindly invited to join us.
Framing the conference by bringing in a broad repertoire of methods from corpus linguistics, sociolinguistics, psycho-/ neurolinguistics, typological linguistics and language-acquisition research, the plenary lectures highlight important dimensions of the interdisciplinary approaches that characterise much empirical work in contemporary Cognitive Linguistics.
Ewa Dabrowska (Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg),
Dirk Geeraerts (KU Leuven),
Natalia Levshina (Universität Leipzig),
Sabine Stoll (UZH, University of Zurich),
Kristian Tylén (Aarhus University),
Stefanie Wulff (University of Florida).
- "Cognitive Linguistics and the Cognitive Neuroscience of Language" (organised by Friedemann Pulvermüller)
- "Sprache und gesellschaftliche Öffentlichkeit" (organised by Anatol Stefanowitsch, Alexander Ziem and Thomas Herbst)
The first call for papers will go out in October 2019.
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