Centre for Cognitive Semiotics (CCS)

The Joint Faculties of Humanities and Theology | Lund University

Seminars

Next seminar

  •    20/10. H405. Erik Rynell (Malmö Theatre Academy): Edith Stein’s empathic approach to intersubjectivity

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. Joel Parthemore (Technical University Eindhoven & Skövde Högskola): Assessing Agency, Moral and Otherwise: Beyond the Machine Question

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: Pictorial development and evolution
  • 20/11. H135b. (Note changed week day): Marianna Bolognesi (): 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: 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
    • Abstract
  • 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.
  • 29/12. H428b.

January 2018

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

Centre for Cognitive Semiotics Thursday seminar, 29 March 2012.

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