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Reading List for Autumn Term 2018 - 2019

Beihang Reading Club for Cognitive Linguistics

Website: http://cifcl.buaa.edu.cn/BRCCL/index.htm

      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

thomasli@buaa.edu.cn thomaslfy@gmail.com

Mobile:8613811098129; (86)10-82339799(O)

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Reading List for Autumn Term 2018 - 2019

Time:14:00 pm-16:00 pm, Friday

Venue: B216, New Main Building, Beihang Campus
 

  

151. Slot 1.  Li, Thomas Fuyin. 2018. Extending the Talmyan typology: A case study of the macro-event as event integration and grammaticalization in Mandarin. Cognitive Linguistics29(3):1-37.

Speaker: Hongxia JIA

Time: September 14th. 14:00-16:00

 

Slot 2. Haspelmath,Martin. 2016. The Serial Verb Construction: Comparative Concept and Cross- linguistic Generalizations. Language and Linguistics 17(3):291–319.  

Speaker: Ning GUO

Time: September 14th. 14:00-16:00

 

152. Slot 1.Shaefer, Ronald P. 1980. An Experimental Assessment of the Boundaries Demarcating Three Basic Semantic Categories in the Domain of Separation. University of Kansas, Unpublished doctoral dissertation.                

Speaker: Jing DU

Time: September 21st . 14:00-16:00

 

Slot 2. Report on PhD dissertation proposal

Speaker: Jing DU

Time: September 21st . 14:00-16:00

 

153. Slot 1:   Robert B. Dewell. 2007. Moving around: The role of the Conceptualizer in Semantic Interpretation. Cognitive Linguistics18(3):383-415

Speaker: Junjie JIN

Time: October 19th. 14:00-16:00
 

 

Slot 2. Preview of PhD dissertation defense

Speaker: Lin YU

Time: October 19th. 14:00-16:00

 

154. Slot 1:   Anatol Kreitzer. 1997. Multiple Levels of Schematization: A Study in the Conceptualization of Space. Cognitive Linguistics8(4):291-325

Speaker: Junjie JIN

Time: October 26th. 14:00-16:00 

 

Slot 2. Report on Master thesis

Speaker: Ning GUO

Time: October 26th. 14:00-16:00

 

155. Slot 1:  Thompson, S. A. 1973. Resultative verb compounds in mandarin chinese: a case for lexical rules. Language49(2), 361-379.

Speaker: Hongxia JIA

Time: November 2nd. 14:00-16:00 

 

Slot 2: Gisborne N. 2011. Constructions, Word Grammar, and grammaticalization. Cognitive Linguistics22(1):155-182.

Speaker: Guannan ZHAO

Time: November 2nd. 14:00-16:00

 

156. Slot 1: Christopher Kennedy & Louise McNally. 2005. Scale Structure, Degree Modification, and the Semantics of Gradable Predicates. Language81(2):345-381

Speaker: Junjie JIN

Time: November 9th.4:00-16:00

 

 

Slot 2: Research sharing

Speaker: Jing DU

Time: November 9th.4:00-16:00

 

157.  Slot 1: Pamela S. Morgan. 1997. Figuring out figure out: Metaphor and the Semantics of the English Verb-particle Construction.  Cognitive Linguistics8(4):327-357

Speaker: Junjie JIN

Time: November 16th. 14:00-16:00

 

158. Slot 1:Kemmer, S., & Verhagen, A. 1994. The Grammar of Causatives and the Conceptual Structure of Events. Cognitive Linguistics5(2), 115-156.

Speaker: Na LIU

Time: November 23rd. 14:00-16:00

 

 

Slot 2: Pedersen,J.2009. The construction of macro-events: A typological perspective. In C. Bulter & J.M.Arista(Eds.), Deconstructing constructions (pp.25-62). Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins. 

Speaker: Shan ZUO

Time: November 23rd. 14:00-16:00

 

159. Slot 1: Zhuo Jing-Schmidt. 2007. Negativity Bias in Language: A Cognitive-affective Model of Emotive Intensifiers. Cognitive Linguistics18(3):417-443

Speaker: Junjie JIN

Time: November 30th. 14:00-16:00

 

 

Slot 2: Report on the progress PhD dissertation

Speaker: Hongxia JIA

Time: November 30th. 14:00-16:00

 

160. Slot 1: Evans, Nikolas., & David, P. Wilkins. 2000. In the Mind’s Ear: The Semantic Extensions of Perception Verbs in Australian Languages. Language76(3): 546-592.

Speaker: Jing DU

Time: December 7th. 14:00-16:00

 

 

Slot 2: Research Sharing

Speaker: Na LIU

Time: December 7th. 14:00-16:00

 

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