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Reading List for Spring Term 2016 - 2017
Beihang Reading Club for Cognitive Linguistics

      Beihang Reading Club for Cognitive Linguistics (BRCCL) is a non-profitable interest group freely attended for reading and discussing classic and latest theories in Cognitive Linguistics. BRCCL is supervised by Professor Thomas Fuyin Li (thomasli@buaa.edu.cn) from Beihang University. Its members are doctoral students, visiting scholars and faculty members from universities in Beijing, including Beihang University, Peking University, Tsinghua University, Beijing Foreign Studies University, etc.. Currently BRCCL members gather once a week. On each gathering, we have one key speaker to do a detailed presentation on latest articles or classic books, followed by discussion.
      BRCCL would be grateful for any recommendation or complementary copies of the latest titles in the broad area of Cognitive Linguistics. BRCCL will always try its best to promote the latest theories to the audience in China by any possible means including writing a paper in Chinese.
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The address to receive complementary copies is as follows:
Professor Li Fuyin
Room 702, Ruxin Building
School of Foreign Languages
Beihang University
No. 37, Xueyuan Rd, Haidian District, Beijing P.R. China
Zip: 100191
Mobile:8613811098129; (86)10-82339799(O)
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Reading List for Spring Term 2016 - 2017

Time:14:00 pm-16:00 pm, Friday (not including Mar. 23)

Venue: Room 213, No.3 Teaching Building, Beihang University, No.37 Xueyuan Rd, Beijing. (86)10-8233-9799
 

  
121.Slot 1. Pen˜a, M.S. 2009. Constraints on subsumption in the caused-motion construction,  
        Language Sciences, 31(6):740-765.
         Speaker: Hongxia JIA
Slot 2. Gudrun, Rawness, 2013, The Swedish verb låta ‘let’ from a synchronic and diachronic perspective.
               Language Sciences, 36: 113-123.
           Speaker: Mengmin XU
Time: Mar. 23. 14:00-16:00
       Venue: B206, New Main Building
 
122. Slot 1. Natalia, Levshina., Geeraerts, Dirk., & Speelman, Dirk. 2013.Mapping constructional  
                 spaces: A contrastive analysis of English and Dutch analytic causatives. Linguistics 51  
                (4), 825-854.
                      Speaker: Jing DU
 Slot 2. Joshua K. Hartshorne et.al, 2016. Psych verbs, the linking problem, and the  
         acquisition of language. Cognition, 157, 268–288.
                    Speaker: Ning GUO
 Time: Mar. 31. 14:00-16:00
 
123. Slot 1. Langacker, R W. 2005. Integration, grammaticization, and constructional meaning, In  
                Fried, M & Boas, H. (eds.), Grammatical Constructions, pp.157-190. 
                Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins Publishing Company.
             Speaker: Yu SHEN
Slot 2. Palazova, M., Sommer, W., & Schacht, A. 2013. Interplay of emotional valence and  
        concreteness in word processing: an event-related potential study with verbs. Brain &  
        Language, 125(3), 264-271.
           Speaker: Shu QI
Time: Apr. 14. 14:00-16:00
 
124. Slot 1: The cross-linguistic categorization of everyday events: A study of cutting and  
                 breaking. Cognition 109, 235-250.
                      Speaker: Jing DU
Slot 2: Piñón C. 2010. Draw. M. R. Hovav, E. Doron & I. Sichel (eds.), Lexical Semantics,  
        Syntax, and Event Structure, pp. 268-285. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
             Speaker: Ruilin ZHANG
Time: Apr. 21. 14:00-16:00
 
125. Slot 1: Pen˜a, M.S. 2009. Constraints on subsumption in the caused-motion construction,  
                Language Sciences, 31(6):740-765.
          Speaker: Hongxia JIA
Slot 2: Beavers, John., Tham, Shiao Wei. 2010. The typology of motion expressions revisited.  
        Journal of Linguistics, 46, 331-377.
            Speaker: Yan LI
Time: May 5. 14:00-16:00
 
126. Slot 1: Spalek, Anna, Alexandra. 2015. Spanish change of state verbs in composition with  
                atypical theme arguments: Clarifying the meaning shifts. Lingua 157, 36-53.
                     Speaker: Jing DU
Slot 2: Piñón C. 2010. Draw. M. R. Hovav, E. Doron & I. Sichel (eds.), Lexical Semantics,  
         Syntax, and Event Structure, pp. 268-285. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
            Speaker: Ruilin ZHANG
Time: May 12. 14:00-16:00
 
127. Slot 1: Thompson, E. 2006. The Structure of Bounded Events. Linguistic Inquiry, 37(2),  
          211-228.
                    Speaker: Jinmei LI
Slot 2: Maria Laura Bettinsoli et.al. 2015. Word-order and causal inference: The 
          temporal attribution bias. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 60,144–149.
             Speaker: Ning GUO
Time: May 26. 14:00-16:00
 
128. Slot 1: Zhang, Weiwei., Geeraerts, Dirk., & Speelman, Dirk. 2015. Visualizing  
                onomasiological change: Diachronic variation in metonymic patterns for WOMAN in  
                Chinese. Cognitive Linguistics 26(2): 289-330.
                     Speaker: Jing DU
Slot 2: Ferretti, T. R., Rohde, H., Kehler, A., & Crutchley, M. 2009. Verb aspect, event     
        structure, and coreferential processing. Journal of Memory & Language, 61(2),  
        191-205.
             Speaker: Shu QI
Time: June 2. 14:00-16:00
 
129. Slot 1: Wolff, P, Hausknecht, M, & Holmes, K. 2011. Absent causes, present effects - How  
                omissions cause events, In J. Bohnemeyer & E. Pederson (eds.), Event Representation  
               in Language and Cognition, pp.228-252. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
                   Speaker: Yu SHEN
Slot 2: Gisborne, Nikolas. 2010. Causation and Relations Between Events: An Introduction to  
        WG Semantics. The Event Structure of Perception Verbs (Chapter 3),66-117. Oxford:  
        Oxford University Press.
            Speaker: Mengmin XU
Time: June 16. 14:00-16:00
 
130. Slot 1: Kim, S., Aurisicchio, M., & Wallace, K. 2009. Towards automatic causality boundary  
                identification from root cause analysis reports. J Intell Manuf. 20, 581-591
                     Speaker: Jinmei LI
 Slot 2: Arcodia, Giorgio Francesco. 2011. A construction morphology account of derivation  
         in Mandarin Chinese. Morphology, 21, 89-130.
             Speaker: Yan LI
Time: June 23. 14:00-16:00
 

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