ICCG-10 provides a forum of discussion between various constructionist approaches such as cognitive construction grammar, embodied construction grammar, fluid construction grammar, radical construction grammar, sign based construction grammar, or other approaches.
It also aims to focus on the different methodologies used as well as the different applications of Construction Grammar. What are the methods currently in use (statistics, experiments, large corpora, small corpora, etc….). How is data collected ? How does the notion of Construction enlighten the research in language teaching, in language acquisition ? What are the possible industrial implementations?
The conference will be followed by two days of tutorials focusing on data and methodology.
Where and when?
The tenth International Conference on Construction Grammar (ICCG 10) is organized by Sorbonne Paris Cité University (USPC) and the French Cognitive Linguistics Association.
It will take place in Paris, France, on July 16th, 17th, and 18th, 2018.
- Alan Cienki, Vrije Universiteit of Amsterdam & Moscow State Linguistic University
- William Croft, University of New Mexico
- Martin Hilpert, University of Neuchâtel
- Laura Michaelis, University of Colorado Boulder
We invite participants to publish their papers in article format in CogniTextes, the journal of the French Cognitive Linguistics Association (AFLiCo). Its main purpose is as a platform for academic exchange and its mission is to forge durable connections between researchers, near and far, working in the domains of cognitive linguistics, who wish to develop their domain in France or abroad. Via its peer review committee, CogniTextes offers previously unpublished articles (long and short), critical reviews and debates.
CogniTextes is indexed on ERIH PLUS and DOAJ.
Abstract for regular conference papers (20 mins talk plus 10 min. discussion) are invited on theoretical and applied topics in Construction Grammar approaches to language.
Guidelines for abstract writing
The length of each abstract should not exceed 500 words, not including references. Abstracts for a poster should not exceed 400 words, not including references.
To maximize your chance of being accepted, we strongly invite you to include all the items from the following checklist:
background information + quick review of previous works
your goal and significance of study
your contribution and its originality
a presentation of your case study and your methodology (especially if your contribution is empirical)
a snapshot of the results
a discussion and a conclusion
Because your abstract will be submitted to double-blind peer review, it must exclude all references to the author(s).
Submitting your abstract
You must submit your abstract via the « submit » module (see left column). First you will need to create an account on sciencesconf.org, if you do not already have one, then click on « submit » then « submit an abstract ». If you need help, let us know via the contact form.
Abstracts sent to the organizers by email will not be reviewed.
- deadline for abstract submission: December 1st, 2017
- notification of acceptance: February 1, 2018
- program: March, 2018
- early registration deadline: April, 2018