Centre for Cognitive Semiotics (CCS)

The Joint Faculties of Humanities and Theology | Lund University

Seminars

Next seminar

  •    8/12. H405. Travis J. Wiltshire (University of Southern Denmark). Examining collaborative cognition by modeling communication sequence dynamics and movement coordination

The Autumn term will start in September, and the seminar will be moved to Friday, 1 to 3 p.m. Because of this change, the locale of the seminar will vary a lot, so please pay attention to the information which will be given below.

Autumn Term Seminars 2017

September 2017

  • 1/9. 428b. Jordan Zlatev (Cognitive Semiotics): The Sedimentation and Motivation Model in an Ecological Theory of Metaphor.
  • 8/9.  L303a. Minisymposium: "The Role of Pantomime in Cognitive-Semiotic Evolution"
  • 13:00-14:00 Przemysław Żywiczyński and Slawomir Wacewicz (Torun University): Pantomime, turn-taking and the emergence of proto-symbols
  • 14:00-15:00 Ines Adornetti, Alessandra Chiera & Francesco Ferretti (University Roma 3): The narrative dimension of pantomime: an evolutionary perspective
  • There will be coffee and informal discussion in the corridor in front of H405 afterwards.
  • 15/9. H405. Lorenzo Cigana (Copenhagen University). On norms and experience in structural linguistics.
  • 22/9. B131 Fakultetsklubben (Note change of local from earlier announced). Michael Ranta (Cognitive Semiotics). General reflections and report on my 6 months scholarship in Chengdu, China — - On Linguistic and Cognitive Relativism: Reflections Based on the Film "Arrival" (2016)
  • 29/9. L604. No seminar

 

October 2017 

  • 6/10. L303a. No seminar.
  • 13/10. H428b. No seminar
  • 20/10. H405. Erik Rynell (Malmö Theatre Academy): Edith Stein’s empathic approach to intersubjectivity
  • 27/10. L303a. Bilyana Martinovsky (Gothenburg): Virtual Human Simulation of Awareness.

November 2017 

  • 3/11.  No seminar. But you are welcome to follow the lecture of the course Mind, Meaning and Communication: Basic concepts and methods of cognitive semiotics
  • 10/11. No seminar. But you are welcome to follow the lecture of the course Mind, Meaning and Communication: The phenomenological method
  • 17/11.  No seminar. But you are welcome to follow the lecture of the course Mind, Meaning and Communication: The cognitive semiotics of cultural evolution
  • 20/11. H135b. (Note changed week day): Marianna Bolognesi (Oxford University): VisMet 1.0:  A corpus of visual metaphors.
  • 24/11. H428b. Junichi Toyota (Graduate School of Literature and Human Sciences, Osaka City University): Ethnolinguistics and the formation of future tense: with particular focus on greetings.

December 2017

  • 1/12. No seminar. But you are welcome to follow the lecture of the course Mind, Meaning and Communication: Pictorial development and evolution – Picture signs and verbal signs
  • 8/12. H405. Travis J. Wiltshire (University of Southern Denmark). Examining collaborative cognition by modeling communication sequence dynamics and movement coordination
  • 15/12. No seminar. But you are welcome to follow the lecture of the course Mind, Meaning and Communication: The cognitive semiotics of metaphor
  • 22/12. H428b.

January 2018

  • 5/1. No seminar
  • 12/1. No seminar

Spring Term Seminars 2018

January 2018

  • 19/1. Joel Parthemore (Technical University Eindhoven & Skövde Högskola): Assessing Agency, Moral and Otherwise: Beyond the Machine Question
  • 29/1, 17.15-17.00. H428b (Note changed weekday and time). Luis de Miranda (University of Edinburgh). Cosmic Anthrobots: Conjecturing Our Mode of Collaboration With Robonauts

February 2018

  • 2/2. LUX C126, 14-16 (Note changed place and time). Christopher Tilley (University College, London): Title to be specified.

Centre for Cognitive Semiotics Thursday seminar, 29 March 2012.

Seminars are held 13:15-15:00h every Friday unless otherwise announced. Locales may vary.