ICLC 16: Second CFP deadline extended

The 16th International Cognitive Linguistics Conference Conference (ICLC16) will take place at Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf from August 7 through 11, 2023. ICLC is the biennial meeting of the International Cognitive Linguistics Association (ICLA), which connects scholars from various linguistic disciplines and theoretical approaches who share a cognitive-functional view of language, according to which language is seen as an integral part of cognition. In recent years, Cognitive Linguistics has become more and more interdisciplinary, combining insights from typology, psycho- and neurolinguistics, language history, and many other areas.

The main topic of ICLC16 is "Modeling language and cognition". We particularly encourage papers discussing theoretical advances in modeling linguistic knowledge from a usage-based perspective, or empirical methods that help us get a better grasp of the "grammar network" using authentic data and/or computational modeling, including constructicography and data-based developments of linguistic resources of various kinds. As usual, however, we strive at representing the full breadth of cognitive-linguistic research. In our first in-person meeting since 2019, we therefore look very much forward to vivid discussions about papers from all domains of Cognitive Linguistics.

Submit your abstract here (via EasyChair).

August 7-11, 2023
Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf
Theme Session Proposal Deadline: November 1, 2022
Abstract Submission Deadline: January 15, 2023
Notification of acceptance / rejection: February 2023

The language of the conference is English.

Our confirmed plenary speakers are:

  • Heike Behrens, University of Basel
  • Alice Gaby, Monash University
  • Thomas Hoffmann, University of Eichstätt-Ingolstadt
  • Terry Janzen, University of Manitoba
  • Kyoko Ohara, Keio University
  • Jordan Zlatev, Lund University

All information on the conference can be found on the ICLC16 website.

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