Conference Program

Locations (see also venue page):

  • building of the Faculty of Philosophy and Sociology (=Phil), Maria Curie-Sklodowska Square 4 (https://goo.gl/maps/Aq7Am): Registration, symposia (room 4), parallel sessions (rooms 101, 201, 301), coffee&tea (room 3)
  • building of the Faculty of Humanities (=Hum), Maria Curie-Sklodowska Sq. 4a (https://goo.gl/maps/11jxi) Conference opening, plenary lectures, round table (all Main Audience Hall), Young Researchers Workshop (room 9) dinner (restaurant “Bazylia”):

shortcuts: 2nd day (Wednesday) | 3rd day (Thursday)

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Tuesday, June 24th
8:00 – 9:00

Registration (Faculty of Philosophy and Sociology building [Phil], hall)

9:00 – 9:25

Opening (Main Audience Hall, 37B, Faculty of Humanities [Hum])

9:30 – 10:30 Plenary Lecture (Main Audience Hall, 37B, Hum):
Alan Rumsey (Australian National University)
Triadic engagement and the dialectical emergence of culture and mind

chair: Roberto Bottini
10:30 – 10:45 Coffee break (room 3, Phil)
Rooms (Phil): 101 201 301 4
[socio-]
chair: Aleksandra Kołtun
[embodiment]
chair: Roberto Bottini
[mind&lang]
chair: Jean Lassegue
Symposium: The conceptualization of emotions. Synchronic and diachronic cultural variation
10:45 – 11:15 Lars Bülow, Matthias Herz,
Kiezdeutsch (Hood German) – from interlanguage to multiethnolectal affected youth language
Katarzyna Stadnik,
Language, cognition and time: the relation revisited
Victor Rosenthal,
Ways of mindreading
11:15 – 11:45 Milene Mendes de Oliveira,
American English x Brazilian English: an empirical study on pragmatic and sociocultural differences
Aleksandra Frej,
CANCELLED
Victor Fernandez,
Language: the ultimate mindshaper
Ene Vainik,
Early emotional contacts with the Indo-Europeans
11:45 – 12:15 Márton Petykó,
Discursive community and identity construction in 18th century Hungarian witchcraft trials
Faycel Dakhlaoui,
Guy Achard-Bayle,
The eating experience across cultures: a cognitive view
John Sarnecki,
Scaffolding language: Words, Tools and the Transmission of acquired information
Annalisa Baicchi,
Emotions traveling across cultures
12:15 – 12:45 Ahmed Izadi,
The image of self and social force in relationships among Persians
discussion
(by 12:30)
discussion
(by 12:30)
Barbara Lewandowska-Tomaszczyk,
Emotion patterning in online discussion and a comparison of the users’ group profiles
12:45 – 13:00 discussion
(by 13:00)
Lunch (restaurant “Bazylia”, Hum)
13:00 – 14:00 Lunch
Rooms (Phil): 101 201 301 4
[metaphor]
chair: Ulrike Schröder
[semiotics]
chair: Marcin Krawczyk
[machines]
chair: Piotr Konderak
Symposium, cont‘d
14:00 – 14:30 Hubert Kowalewski,
On forces and things. Metaphors of emotions in Buddhism
Göran Sonesson,
Strutting and fretting upon the stage. From representation to (en)action and back again
Luke Barnesmoore,
Machine Learning Methodologies: Digital Humanities
Ruti Vardi,
Emotions and social order in Biblical Hebrew
14:30 – 15:00 Augusto Soares Da Silva,
The cultural and moral grounding of the metaphors of austerity policies in the Portuguese press
Igor Nevvazhay,
On semiotic typology of cultures
Piotr Giza,
Minds and machines in scientific discovery
Angeliki Athanasiadou,
Pride: Metaphors and Metonymies for the expression of a deadly sin
15:00 – 15:30 Roberto Bottini,
Daniel Casasanto,
Beyond ATOM. Space and time in human mind
Jean Lassegue,
Clarisse Herrenschmidt,
Literacy revisited: Semiotic convergences between alphabetic writing, coined money and geometry
Tom Schoonen,
A step towards a unified theory of cognition
Tessa Yuditha,
Ad Foolen,
Emotion metaphors of ANGER, LOVE and HATE in Indonesian and Dutch: A Comparative Study
15:30 – 16:00 discussion
(by 15:45)
Francis X. AltomareThe Complexity of Influence: Semiosis, Coordination Dynamics, and the Co-Evolution of Language and Culture discussion
(by 15:45)
Symposium (1) – discussion
16:00 – 16:30 Coffee break (room 3, Phil)
16:30 -17:30 Round table discussion (Main Audience Hall, 37B, Hum):
Do we still need a concept of mental representation, if so, what form does it take, if not, why not?
17:30 -18:30 Plenary Lecture (Main Audience Hall, 37B, Hum):
Henryk Kardela (Maria Curie-Sklodowska University)
Bühler, Langacker, Tomasello: On the Road to the Symbolic Pregnance of the Representational World of Meaning
chair: Piotr Konderak
18:30 -18:40 Announcements  (Main Audience Hall, Hum)
Wednesday, June 25th
8:50 – 9:00 Announcements  (Room 9, Hum)
9:00 – 10:00 Plenary Lecture (Room 9, Hum):
Nancy Budwig (Clark University)
Knowledge, Practice and the Developmental and Learning Sciences
chair: Victor Rosenthal
10:00 – 10:30 Coffee break (room 3, Phil)
Rooms (Phil): 101 201 301 4
[metaphor, cont‘d]
chair: Augusto Soares da Silva
[general]
chair: Hanna Batoréo
[intersubjectivity] chair: Symposium:
Cognitive and Cross-linguistic Aspects of Literature
10:30 – 11:00 Ulrike Schröder,
Mariana Carneiro Mendes,
‘In’ and ‘Out’ the game: framing real life metaphorically in the TV-epos ‘The Wire’
Anita Żytowicz,
Face-threatening acts in professional vs non-professional translation
Piotr Konderak,
On the way to intersubjectivity: between ontology of language and ontologies of minds
Marla Perkins,
Developing Oral Literature in Hobongan and English: How Attention Directs Language
11:00 – 11:30 Sylwia Wojtczak,
OUGHT IS IS metaphor as a source of naturalistic fallacy in the legal domain
Anetta Kopecka,
Benjamin Fagard,
Source and Goal expressions in German and Polish
Barbara Fultner,
Taking the Second-person perspective seriously in social cognition
Sergei Sandler, Character use and the conversation frame in everyday spoken discourse
11:30 – 12:00 Tessa Yuditha,
Are you a butterfly or a spider? A preliminary study of metaphor on Minangkabau women
Anke Werani,
Sabine Anselm,
Dynamic formation of style and identity
Gisela Bruche-Schulz,
Experience and its continuous affective causation
Esther PascualThe ‘guess in how many languages’ novel: When Fictive interaction Survives Translation in Literary Bestsellers
12:00 -12:30 Vasil Penchev,
Reality both within and out of language: the vehicle of metaphor and representation
Tatiana Yevtushenko,
Tatiana Butuzova,
Punctuation tolerance in international scientific prose
Caroline Cance,
Amandine Pras,
Gilles Cloiseau,
“Catching the waves and surfing your way out of them or into them” – Creativity in musicians’ discourse about free improvisation
Symposium (2) – discussion
12:30-
-14:00
Lunch (restaurant “Bazylia”, Hum)
Rooms (Phil): 101 201 301 4
[emotions]
chair: Ad Foolen
 [general]
chair: Richard Cameron
[indexicality]
chair: Göran Sonesson
14:00 – 14:30 Andrzej Dąbrowski,
Emotions, Nature and Culture
Hanna J. Batoréo,
Perspectivization of body parts in Portuguese (EP and BP): the case of ‘colo’ and ‘nuca‘
Artemij Keidan,
„Fixed“ vs. „shifting“ words: linguistic and philosophical viewpoints
14:30 – 15:00 Rafał Augustyn,
Emotional (extra) dimension of meaning construction process
Don Dedrick,
Is the rate of children’s colour language learning inconsistent with the existence of pre-linguistic color categories
Dominique Boutet,
Marion Blondel,
Pointing in time is perpendicular to pointing in space
15:00 – 15:30 Magdalena Zyga,
Mixed feelings – between mental representation and social practice
Henry Kelly,
Recognition, valuation and linguistic power
Allison Barnes,
Indexical representation in mindreading: how is the content fixed?
15:30 – 15:45 Discussion Discussion Discussion
15:45 – 16:00 Coffee break (room 3, Phil)
16:00 – 17:00 Plenary Lecture (Room 9, Hum):
Beata Stawarska (University of Oregon)
Undoing the Doctrine of the Course in General Linguistics
chair: Barbara Fultner
17:15 - Social event: departure to Kazimierz Dolny and Janowiec Castle
[meeting by Maria Curie-Sklodowska statue]
Thursday, June 26th
9:15 - 9:30 Coffee (room 3, Phil)
Rooms (Phil): 101 201 301 4
[around Cognitive Linguistics]
chair: Adam Głaz
[logic & science]
chair: Marcin Wolski
[normativity]
chair: Barbara Fultner
Symposium:
Abstract hierarchical models in linguistics and their relevance for cognition and behaviour
9:30 – 10:00 Esa Itkonen,
Construction = Schema = Analogy
Mateusz Radzki,
Quantifiers in ordinary language in the light of Ludwik Borkowski’s theory of ‚proper quatifiers‘
Aleksandra Kołtun,
Performativity in the studies of science – primary assumptions (and further doubts)
Noah Russell,
What’s on the SLAB? – Building a Simple Living Artificial Brain
10:00 – 10:30 Richard Cameron,
Revisiting the binary distinction of competence vs. performance
Marcin Mizak,
A good dog is a bad dog and a bad dog is a good dog – on the error of alleged contradiction, alleged non-contradiction and mutual understanding
Kenny Siu Sing Huen,
“My foundations“: Wittgenstein on Normativity of Language
Derek Irwin,
Developing an Appliable Model of Language: the approach of systemic functional linguistics 
10:30 – 11:00 Anna Kędra-Kardela,
A cognitive analysis of intertextuality: a study in D. Lodge’s The British Museum is Falling Down
Marcin Kuczok,
Metonymic motivation in English euphemisms. A cognitive-linguistic perspective
 Jakub Gomułka,
Understanding cognitive practices: between reductionism and inferentialism
Jamie Williams,
Using Linguistic Theory to aid modelling of the physiological basis of the mind
11:00 – 11:15 Discussion
(by 11:15)
discussion
(by 11:15)
discussion
(by 11:15)
Symposium (3) – discussion
11:15 - 11:45 Coffee break (room 3, Phil)
12:00 – 13:00 Plenary Lecture (Main Audience Hall, 37B, Hum):
Farzad Sharifian (Monash University)
Advances in Cultural Linguistics
chair: Esther Pascual
13:00 – 14:00 LCM General Meeting and Closing  (Main Audience Hall, 37B, Hum)
13:45 - Lunch and Farewell (restaurant “Bazylia”, Hum)
Faculty of Philosophy and Sociology