Researching Metaphor – Cognitive and Other
Тези до: 31.01.2019
Дати: 13.05.19 — 15.05.19
Е-мейл Оргкомітету: firstname.lastname@example.org
Організатори: University of Genoa
Following the conference Metaphor: retrospect and prospects organised in Genoa in May 2016, the research group won a PRIN (Progetto di Ricerca di Interesse Nazionale) award from the Italian government to further our work in the area of Cognitive Metaphor and the intense debate surrounding it, regarding the nature of metaphor, types of metaphor, classification of metaphors, metaphor and psychological theory, modes of research into metaphor, including corpus-based methodologies, concrete applications of metaphor theory to text and multimedial analysis. Just as the theoretical domains are extremely wide-ranging, so are the domains of application, with every area of language having been treated − literary, conversation, advertising, politics, classroom, art, medicine, law, economics, the world-wide web and other modes of multimedial communication, to name but a few.
Papers are therefore invited from all disciplines, including literature, linguistics, psychology, sociology, criminology, anthropology, communication studies, medicine, the hard and soft sciences, on any aspect of metaphor theory and its applications. Papers are also welcome which trace the development of metaphor theory and how developments in metaphor theory are related to more general developments in the field of scientific discovery.
Work in progress which is already under way and which is at a stage where progress made can provide valuable insights will also be given due consideration.
The conference languages are English and French. Publication(s) will follow, details of which will be announced at the end of the conference. When submitting their proposal, authors should indicate which of the two conference languages they will be delivering their paper in.
Scholars who have accepted to give a keynote lecture are:
Веб-сторінка конференції: https://call-for-papers.sas.upenn.edu/cfp/2018/09/20/researching-metaphor-%E2%80%93-cognitive-and-other