Reading List for Spring Term 2017 - 2018
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 ( 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.
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)

Reading List for Spring Term 2017 - 2018

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

Venue: Room 103, No.1 Teaching Building, Beihang University, No.37 Xueyuan Rd, Beijing. (86)10-8233-9799

141.Slot 1.   Mayrhofer, R., & Waldmann, M. R. (2014). Indicators of Causal Agency in Physical Interactions: the Role of the Prior Context. Cognition, 132(3), 485.
         Speaker: Mengmin XU
         Time: March 23rd. 14:00-16:00
142. Slot 1.   Bohnemeyer, J., Enfield, N. J., Essegbey, J., Ibarretxe-Antuñano, I., Kita, S., & Lüpke, F., et al. (2007). Principles of Event Segmentation in Language: The Case of Motion Events. Language, 83(3), 495-532.                
                     Speaker: Na LIU
          Time: March 30th. 14:00-16:00

143. Slot 1. Schlosser, M. E. (2008). Agent-causation and Agential Control. Philosophical Explorations, 11(1), 3-21.
                    Speaker: Mengmin XU
          Time: April
13th. 14:00-16:00
144. Slot 1: Jeeyoung Peck, Jingxia Lin, and Chaofen Sun. (2013). Aspectual Classification of Mandarin Chinese Verbs: A Perspective of Scale Structure. Language and Linguistics, 14(4), 663-700.               
Speaker: Junjie JIN
          Time: April 20th. 14:00-16:00
145. Slot 1: Maguire, M., Jonathan, B., Ennis, M., & Shipley, T. (2011). Similarities in Object and Event Segmentation: A Geometric Approach to Event Path Segmentation. Spatial Cognition & Computation, 11(3), 254-279.
Speaker: Na LIU
          Time: April 27th. 14:00-16:00
146. Slot 1:  Claire Hsun-huei Chang. (1991). Thematic Structure and Verb Copying in Mandarin Chinese.Language Sciences, 314(13), 399-419.                    
Speaker: Junjie JIN
          Time: May 11th. 14:00-16:00
147. Slot 1: Klettke, B., & Wolff, P. (2017). Differences in how English and German Speakers Talk and Reason about CAUSE. (pp.675-680).                
Speaker: Mengmin XU
 Time: May 18th. 14:00-16:00
148. Slot 1: Mcintyre, A. (2004). Event Paths, Conflation, Argument Structure, and VP Shells. Linguistics, 42(3), 523-571.                    
Speaker: Na LIU
 Time: June 1st. 14:00-16:00
149. Slot 1: Song, G., & Wolff, P. (2008). Linking Perceptual Properties to Linguistic Expressions of Causation. M.archard & S. kemmer Language Culture & Mind.               
Speaker: Mengmin XU
 Time: June 8th. 14:00-16:00
150. Slot 1:Laurel J. Brintion. (1998). Aspectuality and Countability: a Cross-categorial Analogy. English Language Linguistics, 2(1): 37-63.
                      Speaker: Junjie JIN
          Time: June
15th. 14:00-16:00


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