LINGUIST List 30.267

Wed Jan 16 2019

Calls: General Linguistics/Slovakia

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Date: 14-Jan-2019
From: Rudolph Sock <sockunistra.fr>
Subject: Anticipation in Consecutive and Simultaneous Cognitive Tasks: An International Transdisciplinary Conference
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Full Title: Anticipation in Consecutive and Simultaneous Cognitive Tasks: An International Transdisciplinary Conference

Date: 20-Jun-2019 - 22-Jun-2019
Location: Kosice, Slovakia
Contact Person: Rudolph Sock
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://kaa.ff.upjs.sk/en/alumni-club/38/anticipation-in-consecutive-and-simultaneous-cognitive-tasks

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics

Subject Language(s): English; French

Call Deadline: 21-Jan-2019

Meeting Description:

Anticipation in Consecutive and Simultaneous Cognitive Tasks
An international transdisciplinary conference
Date: 20 to 22 June 2019
Location: Košice / Slovakia

Organised by:

Language, Information and Communication Laboratory (Licolab)
Apvv, Slovakia
Department of British and American Studies
Slovak Association for the Study of English (Skase)
The Faculty of Arts
Pavol Jozef Šafárik University (Upjš), Košice (Slovakia)

Linguistics, Languages and Speech Research Unit 1339 (Lilpa)
University of Strasbourg (France)

The Chair of French Culture and Language
University of Opole (Poland)

This international and transdisciplinary conference is a follow up of two transdisciplinary meetings held in Strasbourg on the theme of anticipation, consecutivity and simultaneity. The first one, “Anticipation”, was organized in 2000 and the second one, “Consecutivity and Simultaneity in Linguistics, Languages and Speech”, in 2015.

In the field of the linguistic sciences (phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, diachrony, didactics of languages, sociolinguistics, psycholinguistics, interpretation, traductology, etc.), certain linguistic productions illustrate temporal, aspectual and spatial properties of consecutivity or of simultaneity. The consecutivity paradigm encompasses phenomena that follow one another in time, in space and according to a conceptual order, while those that occur in the same spatiotemporal context refer to simultaneity. Interactions between succession and consecution are numerous, and they denote relationships of dynamic interdependence between correlation and causality.

In general, anticipation is defined as executing a task before a given time. Representing the “taking-in-advance” of an object under construction during an act, relative to the cognitive phenomena that underlie it, is on one hand understanding the preparatory mechanisms of these phenomena, and on the other hand, apprehending the modalities of their retention. Some neuropsychological approaches preoccupied with the anticipation issue, observe it, for example, using data obtained by the anatomoclinical method or by functional brain imaging. The questions addressed mainly include the lapse between execution of an action, be it consecutive or simultaneous, and its elaboration, the anatomical foundations of prospective memory (Manning, 2004), etc.

Call for Papers:

This international and transdisciplinary conference is a follow up of two transdisciplinary meetings held in Strasbourg on the theme of anticipation, consecutivity and simultaneity. The first one, “Anticipation”, was organized in 2000 and the second one, “Consecutivity and Simultaneity in Linguistics, Languages and Speech”, in 2015.

In the field of the linguistic sciences (phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, diachrony, didactics of languages, sociolinguistics, psycholinguistics, interpretation, traductology, etc.), certain linguistic productions illustrate temporal, aspectual and spatial properties of consecutivity or of simultaneity. The consecutivity paradigm encompasses phenomena that follow one another in time, in space and according to a conceptual order, while those that occur in the same spatiotemporal context refer to simultaneity. Interactions between succession and consecution are numerous, and they denote relationships of dynamic interdependence between correlation and causality (Fauth et al., 2018; Aleksandrova et al., 2018; Meyer et al., 2018).

However, many recent works have shown that the emergence of these linguistic productions marking consecutivity and simultaneity is underpinned by a great variety of anticipatory phenomena, such as protention, co-production, synchronisation, anaphora and cataphora, etc. (Abry et al., 1996; Fuchs 2004; Kleiber 2006; Schnedecker 2015). It is also known that, according to the scientific and philosophical tradition of phenomenology, any global action, whether carried out consecutively or simultaneously, and underlying certain cognitive properties, implies a form of anticipation. We are referring here to intentional structures of consciousness (immediate, pre-reflexive, pre-predicative, etc.), which attest to an orientation towards entities under construction (Merleau-Ponty, 1945; Husserl, 1966; Petit, 2004; Rosenthal, 2004; Visetti, 2004).

Deadlines:

Abstract submission:

Abstracts are to be sent to anticipation.conference.kaagmail.com
We are happy to let you know that the deadline for abstract submission has been extended to January 21 2019.

Notification of acceptance: March 29, 2019
Submission of an online registration form: April 30, 2019

For the full call for papers, visit the following link:

http://kaa.ff.upjs.sk/en/alumni-club/38/anticipation-in-consecutive-and-simultaneous-cognitive-tasks#toc-abstracts




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