Lecture Schedule for CIFCL-20/21


   

Tentative Schedule for CIFCL-20/21, 2021, Beijing

http://cifcl.buaa.edu.cn/  

http://fld.buaa.edu.cn/info/1011/3051.htm      


 



Dates Time Speakers  Topics Venues

Theme: Putting Pragmatics into Construction Grammar: The Development of Discourse Structuring Markers in English

Speaker: Elizabeth Traugott from Stanford University


Mon 10 May

8:00-10:00

Traugott

1a   Goals and lecture topics
1b   Essentials of construction grammar of the Goldberg type

  Zoom

Tue 11 May

8:00-10:00

Traugott

2a   Essentials of a historical perspective on language
2b  Constructionalization and constructional changes 

Wed 12 May

8:00-10:00

Traugott  

3a   Grammaticalization
3b   The complementarity of constructionalization and grammaticalization

Thu 13 May

8:00-10:00

Traugott

4a   Discourse Structuring Markers (DSMs)
4b   Generalizations about how DSMs arise

Fri 14 May

8:00-10:00

Traugott

5a  An example: the development of after all
5b  An alternative approach to DSM development: Heine et al. (2017, In Press)   

Mon 17 May

8:00-10:00

Traugott   

6a   The development of elaborative DSMs: also
6b  
Further(more); moreover 

Tue 18 May

8:00-10:00

Traugott    

7a   The development of contrastive DSMs: but
7b  
All the same; replicated, routinized contexts for change  

Wed 19 May

8:00-10:00

Traugott 

8a   The development of digressive DSMs: by the way, incidentally
8b   Hedging, impolite, and other intersubjective uses of
by the way

Thu 20 May

8:00-10:00
 

Traugott

9a  DSM positions (constraints on clausal positions, combinations)
9b  DSMs and turn-taking

Fri 21 May

8:00-10:00
 

Traugott    

10a  By the way and its networks in constructional space
10b  Wrap-up
 






Theme: Intersecting Cognition and Language: From Preconditions to Implications

Speakers: Dagmar Divjak & Petar Milin from University of Birmingham





Part 1 Cognitive preconditions: learning, attention and memory

   

 Zoom

Mon 6 Sep

19:00-21:00

Divjak & Milin

1 Usage-based linguistics 

Tue 7 Sep

19:00-21:00

Divjak & Milin    

2 Memory & Attention

Wed 8 Sep

19:00-21:00

Divjak & Milin    

3 Constural in language: A visual-world approach to the effects of linguistic alterations on event perception and conception




Part 2 Linguistic implications: re-examing our basic assumptions

Thu 9 Sep

19:00-21:00

Divjak & Milin   

4 Learning

Fri 10 Sep

19:00-21:00

Divjak & Milin   

5 What is learned from exposure: an error-driven approach to morphological productivity in language Cases in context: evidence for declension classes from reading

Mon 13 Sep

19:00-21:00

Divjak & Milin   

6 Hands on learning algorithms

Tue 14 Sep

19:00-21:00

Divjak & Milin

7 Cases in context: evidence for declension classes from reading   



   

Part 3 Case studies

Wed 15 Sep

19:00-21:00

Divjak & Milin    

The unbearable lightness of English Articles

Thu 16 Sep

19:00-21:00

Divjak & Milin    

Modelling Aspect: do we really have a choice?

Fri 17 Sep

19:00-21:00

Divjak & Milin    

10 Is the past perfect and the present continuou:questioning the cognitive reality of tense labels






Theme: Corpora and Cognitive Linguistics

Speaker: Michael Barlow from University of Auckland


Mon 11 Oct 20:00-22:00 Barlow Grammar and grammatical representations in Linguistics    

Zoom

Tue 12 Oct 20:00-22:00 Barlow Corpus and cognition
Wed 13 Oct 20:00-22:00 Barlow Frequency effects in language
Thu 14 Oct 20:00-22:00 Barlow Collocations and constructions
Fri 15 Oct 20:00-22:00 Barlow Usage, grammar, and blends
Mon 18 Oct 20:00-22:00 Barlow Corpora and texts
Tue 19 Oct 20:00-22:00 Barlow Investigations of individual differences in language use
Wed 20 Oct 20:00-22:00 Barlow Individual differences and grammar
Thu 21 Oct 20:00-22:00 Barlow Corpus, cognition, and culture
Fri 22 Oct 20:00-22:00 Barlow 10 Frequency patterns in discourse





Theme: Cognition and Representation in Mind and Language

Speaker: Robert D. Rupert from University of Colorado


Mon 25 Oct 12:00-14:00 Rupert

1 The Personal and Subpersonal Levels: Cognitive Science and the Philosophy of Mind

   

 Zoom

Tue 26 Oct 12:00-14:00 Rupert

2 What is Mental Representation?

Wed 27 Oct 12:00-14:00 Rupert

3 A Causal-Developmental Theory of Representational Content

Thu 28 Oct 12:00-14:00 Rupert

4 Embodied Cognition and Its Discontents

Fri 29 Oct 12:00-14:00 Rupert

5 The Massively Representational Mind

Mon 1 Nov 12:00-14:00 Rupert

6 Extended Cognition and the Boundaries of the Mind

Tue 2 Nov 12:00-14:00 Rupert A Systems-based View of Cognition
Wed 3 Nov 12:00-14:00 Rupert

8 Group-level Cognition: Do Groups Have Minds of Their Own?

Thu 4 Nov 12:00-14:00 Rupert

9 Self-knowledge, Narrative, and the Computational Role of the Self

Fri 5 Nov 12:00-14:00 Rupert

10 Cognitive Psychology and the Subpersonal Justification of Belief


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