CfP: LingCologne 2019 on Multimodality
Call for Papers: LingCologne 2019 on Multimodality
LingCologne 2019: Multimodality
University of Cologne, Germany, 6-7 June 2019
Roland Pfau (University of Amsterdam)
Wendy Sandler (University of Haifa)
Asli Özyürek (MPI for Psycholinguistics & Radboud University Nijmegen)
Susan Goldin-Meadow (University of Chicago)
Deanna Gagne (Gallaudet University)
Kate Rowley (DCAL, University College London)
Anton Stephikhov (St. Petersburg University)
Emmanuel Dupraz (Université libre de Bruxelles)
The LingCologne 2019 Multimodality conference brings to the fore the relevance of conceiving of language in a unified way: encompassing SPOKEN and SIGNED languages, GESTURE and WRITING. Considering multiple channels of expression will highlight the fundamental multimodality and semiotic diversity of language. The conference focuses on a multimodal view of language and provides insights into the interactions of different language modalities (oral-vocal, visual-gestural and written modality) and the systems underlying these interactions. Areas of interest include the interactions between
• gesture and speech
• gesture and sign
• sign and speech or writing
• writing and speech
Call for posters
We invite submissions of abstracts for poster presentations contributing to the topic of multimodal language. Contributions focusing on various interactions of different language modalities (oral-vocal, visual-gestural and written) are particularly welcome. All abstracts will be peer-reviewed anonymously.
• Abstracts should not exceed 250 words (excluding references, pictures, tables or diagrams). Abstracts must be anonymized and sent in pdf format via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
• The organizing committee will award 3 Best Poster Awards to the best three submitted poster abstracts. The prize is the re-imbursement of the travel and accommodation costs in value of up to 500 Euro.
Deadline for poster submission March 15, 2019
Notification of acceptance April 1, 2019
The languages of the conference are English and International Sign (BSL and DGS interpreters will be available, if needed). There is no registration fee for this event.
Anastasia Bauer (Slavic Department)
Daniel Buncic (Slavic Department)
Michael Frotscher (Department of Linguistics)
Daniel Kölligan (Department of Linguistics)
Claudia Wegener (Department of Linguistics)
Pamela Perniss (Faculty of Human Sciences, Department Heilpädagogik und Rehabilitation)
Clare Patterson (Department of German Language and Literature I)
Petra Schumacher (Department of German Language and Literature I)
Paul Compensis & Tobias-Alexander Herrmann (Coordinators of the Cologne Center of Language Sciences (CCLS))
Conference venue: Main Building, University of Cologne, Albertus-Magnus-Platz, 50931 Cologne, Germany, https://goo.gl/maps/FCRZ3VdnwtD2
This workshop is convened by the Cologne Center of Language Sciences. We are grateful to the German Research Foundation, CRC Prominence in Language and the University of Cologne for their support.
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