Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 32, No. 427. Department of Digital Humanities, King's College London Hosted by King's Digital Lab www.dhhumanist.org Submit to: email@example.com  From: Nathalie Gontier
Subject: CFA: Workshop on Ideas on Language Throughout the Ages (60)  From: George Vlahakis Subject: SLSAeu 2019 Conference- Deadline extension (110) -------------------------------------------------------------------------- Date: 2019-02-05 12:50:46+00:00 From: Nathalie Gontier Subject: CFA: Workshop on Ideas on Language Throughout the Ages CFA: Workshop on Ideas on Language Throughout the Ages Date: September 12th, 2019 Deadline for Abstracts: April 15th, 2019 Location: University of Lisbon, Portugal We welcome scholars to participate in a one-day workshop on how language has been defined and approached differentially throughout history within philosophical, linguistic, psychological, and socio-anthropological schools of thought. Possible topics can include but are not limited to: . Origins and rationale of logic and semantics as areas of research . Origins, histories, and methodologies of philology, diachronic and synchronic linguistics, Chomsky’s linguistics, biolinguistics andcognitive linguistics . Origins, histories, and methodologies of anthropological linguistics and sociolinguistics . The role of language in different cosmologies, religions and ideologies . Language as order, knowledge and reason (logos theories, universalia debates, rationalism) . The social and political role of language as debated by social contract theoreticians and moral philosophers . The search for an “Adamic” language or the reconstruction of a “mother language,” “primordial”- or “proto”-language . Ideas on the “purification” of existing languages for purposes of knowledge acquisition or communication . Language versus communication . The reference problem & the indeterminacy of translation . Language as the limit of one’s world . Language games, language as power, language as identity and nationality . Signs and codes as defined in (bio)semiotics and their relation to concepts of information, communication and language . Evolutionary epistemology and language . Language and consciousness, language and cognition . Embodiment and language . Body language . Language as culture . Language and art General information The workshop is organized by Marta Facoetti & Nathalie Gontier of the Applied Evolutionary Epistemology Lab of the Centre for Philosophy of Science that is part of the Department for History and Philosophy of Science at the Faculty of Science of the University of Lisbon. The workshop will be organized as a satellite event following the Protolang 6 conference (http://sites.google.com/view/protolang-6/). Abstract submission by April 15th, 2019 Expressions of interest, questions, and 150 word long abstracts containing author/s details, email/s, and full affiliation/s can be sent to Marta Facoetti. Email address and more information is available at http://sites.google.com/view/appeel/events/lta2019 Fees The registration fee will be set at 75 euro and includes free access to Protolang 6 when not presenting at that conference. When also presenting at Protolang 6 the regular fees for that conference apply, but then participation to this workshop is free. -------------------------------------------------------------------------- Date: 2019-02-05 09:20:13+00:00 From: George Vlahakis Subject: SLSAeu 2019 Conference- Deadline extension Dear friends and colleagues, Please be informed that the deadline for submission of a proposal to the Society of Literature, Science and the Arts (eu) 2019 International Conference has been extended until 15th of February 2019. For your convenience please find some more information below Yours Best regards George N. Vlahakis SpaceTime http://st-slsaeu2019.indigoflicks.com/ Call for Participation The SLSAeu Conference 2019 is centered on SpaceTime, a theme open to various multidisciplinary approaches from scientific, literary and artistic perspectives. The notions of space and time separately or as unique entity govern our lives throughout the history of the Universe. We thought that SpaceTime would be a suitable theme for the SLSAeu conference in Greece, the place where not only theoretical and philosophical studies on space time have appeared since the antiquity but also reliable instruments for their measurements. Since 1908 the relativistic concept of spacetime sets a new theoretical framework drawing new boundaries that are at odds with previous epistemic and semiotic differentiations. It proposes the conceptual reorganisation of space and time as they fuse together to a four dimensional spacetime continuum. Temporality and spatiality are also key concepts for narrativity, but what do we know about the cultural imaginations of spatiotemporality? What are the intrinsic cognitive, epistemic, cultural semiotic, pragmatic or narratological implications of re-thinking space as interwoven with time? What about the implications of central concepts of proper time, individual worldlines or the relativity of simultaneity for the narrative organisation of temporality? What about the organisation of narrative spacetime configurations, when spacetime ceases to be a stage for actors on it, but behaves itself like an actor, i.e. in general relativity theory? Furthermore we hope that space, time and spacetime will be examined in this conference also from views other than those prevailing in the western civilization. The SLSAeu 2019 Conference will be followed by a workshop on history of science, philosophy and literature with the theme “Travels and Travelers” which will take place at Hermoupolis, Syros Island, 1-3 July 2019. Streams This conference invites participants to approach the notions of space, time and spacetime from a variety of perspectives, including but not limited to specific disciplines/fields or genres: history of Science and scientific instruments, literature, art(s), philosophy, anthropology, biology, physics, cosmology, sociology, science fiction, posthumanism etc. Selected abstracts will then be grouped into paper sessions, panels and roundtables on specific thematic streams. Formats of presentations Individual paper presentations (20-minute papers). Panels (120 minutes, including a moderator and participants from at least two different countries and/or disciplines). Interdisciplinary roundtables spanning science/technology, humanities or social sciences, and the arts. (60-90 minutes). Confirmed plenary speakers Prof. Dr. Klaus Mecke, Friendrich-Alexander University, Erlangen-Nuremberg Dr. Efthymios Nicolaides, Director of Research, Institute of Historical Research/National Hellenic ResearchFoundation Dr. Tefkros Michailides, Mathematician, Author of books on science and literature (the list will be updated after 15th of February) Venue of the Conference The main venue of the Conference will be the building of the National Hellenic Research Foundation, Vassileos Kosntantinou 48, 116 35 Athens, close to the centre of Athens (one metro station or 10-15 minutes walking distance from Syntagma square). Additionally the nearby historical building of the Marasleion Academy for Teachers, now belonging to the Department of Primary Education of the University of Athens may be used for parallel sessions and/orevents. Registration Details for the registration will be provided in due time. The early bird fee is 200 Euros. There is a reduced fee for students, unemployed and early career scholars. For more details please visit : http://st-slsaeu2019.indigoflicks.com/registration-and-payment/ We encourage strongly the participation of Ph.D. students and early career scholars. Plenary/Keynote Speakers will be announced in January 2019. SLSAeu 2019 is organised by the Hellenic Open University, ELINAS Center for Literature and Science at the Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, International Commission on Science and Literature DHST/IUHPST, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Institute of Historical Research/National Hellenic Research Foundation. 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