9 Marca odbyły się Drzwi Otwarte UMCS na naszym wydziale 🙂 Kandydaci mogli zapoznać się z ofertą kierunków oraz brali oni udział w licznych konkursach, wykładach i licznych warsztatach Prezentujemy wam parę fotek z tego wydarzenia fot. Przemysław Wrochna
…aims at establishing an interdisciplinary forum for an integration of cognitive, social and cultural perspectives in theoretical and empirical studies of language and communication. The conference series articulate and discuss approaches to human natural language and to diverse genres of language activity which aim to integrate its cultural, social, cognitive and bodily foundations. We call for contributions from scholars and scientists in anthropology, biology, linguistics, philosophy, psychology, semiotics, semantics, discourse analysis, cognitive and neuroscience, who wish both to impart their insights and findings, and learn from other disciplines.
The conference will be preceded by a satellite event: Young Researchers Workshop on 23 June 2014 (same venue), where young researchers will present their ongoing dissertation projects and other work.
Plenary Speakers: Nancy Budwig (Clark University, Psychology)
Henryk Kardela (Maria Curie-Sklodowska University, Linguistics) Alan Rumsey (Australian National University,School of Culture, History & Language) Farzad Sharifian(Monash University, Language and Society Centre) Beata Stawarska (University of Oregon, Philosophy)
Deadline for abstract submission: 31 Dec 2013
Details:LCM VI website;
Contact: Piotr Konderak, info[-at-]lcm6.umcs.lublin.pl
The LCM VI Young Researchers Workshop is a satellite event of the LCM VI conference, aimed at graduate students and junior scholars conducting theoretical or empirical research in language and communication including, but not limited to cognitive, social, affective, embodied and/or cultural perspectives. The workshop aims at providing a forum for presenting results and foster interaction and debate in the context of interdisciplinary collaboration.
Young researchers in anthropology, biology, linguistics, philosophy, psychology, semiotics, semantics, discourse analysis, cognitive and neuroscience are invited to share, and thereby enrich, their study of human natural language and communication. A specialist’s comment on each accepted contribution makes the workshop a unique opportunity to receive expert feedback.