The 6th International Conference of the Linguistic Association of Pakistan (ICLAP 2020) will be held on 19–21 November 2020. The main theme of the conference is Trends and Developments in Linguistic Analyses and Linguistic Resources. To mitigate the risk of spread of Covid-19 the conference this year will be held online. The conference aims to keep the community memebrs in touch in the time of the pandemic and provide them a chance to share their ideas, research work and developments on this platform.
November 2020will be held online
|Deadline for submission of paper abstracts:|
|Deadline for submission of workshop proposals:||20 Jul 2020|
|Notification of the decision for paper abstracts workshop proposals:||25 to 31 Aug 2020|
|Registration opens:||25 Aug 2020|
|Early bird registration deadline:||31st Oct 2020|
|Regular registration deadline:||15th Nov 2020|
|Days of the conference:||19-21 Nov 2020|
Northern Arizona University, USA
University of Konstanz, Germany
University of Massachusetts at Amherst, USA
University of Freiburg, Germany
University of Krakow, Poland
National University of Singapore
University of Oslo, Norway
One of the main goals of phonetic research is to investigate the acoustic, aerodynamic, and articulatory correlates which best classify the speech sounds of the living human languages. In recent years, the application of phonetic tools has moved beyond the study of consonants and vowels. The aim of this workshop is to introduce various methods, resources, and tools currently used in phonetic research and other closely related fields (speech pathology, biomechanical modeling of sound change). Students and researchers interested to investigate the phonetic aspects of languages will benefit from the current workshop.Presenter:
Qandeel Hussain earned his PhD Linguistics from Macquarie University (Sydney, Australia) and specialized in experimental phonetics and laboratory phonology. His research interests include linguistic typology, acoustic and articulatory description of endangered Dravidian, Indo-Iranian, Japonic, and Sino-Tibetan languages, language documentation, Bayesian phylogenetics, and historical-comparative linguistics. He uses cutting-edge experimental phonetic tools (ultrasound-imaging, oral-nasal airflow, and electroglottography) to document the consonantal and vocalic contrasts of under-described languages.
RELEVANCE TO LANGUAGE/LINGUISTICS COMMUNITY:
"[W]hat holds together the diverse forms of Cognitive Linguistics is the belief that linguistic knowledge involves not just knowledge of the language, but knowledge of our experience of the world as mediated by the language." (Dirk Geeraerts and Herbert Cuyckens, eds., The Oxford Handbook of Cognitive Linguistics. Oxford University Press, 2007)
"Language offers a window into cognitive function, providing insights into the nature, structure and organization of thoughts and ideas. The most important way in which cognitive linguistics differs from other approaches to the study of language, then, is that language is assumed to reflect certain fundamental properties and design features of the human mind." (Vyvyan Evans and Melanie Green, Cognitive Linguistics: An Introduction. Routledge, 2006)
Cognitive linguistics is a multidisciplinary branch of linguistics that came to the academic shores/arena in 1990. Cognitive Linguistics combine the knowledge of cognitive science, cognitive psychology, neuropsychology and linguistics. In the light of above-mentioned quotes, Cognitive Linguistics offers linguists with a wide range of theoretical and methodological perspectives that can be combined with already known and researched field of linguistics like discourse, language teaching, etc.
TENTATIVE OUTLINE & SCHEDULE FOR 90 MINUTE WORKSHOP
|Time slots||Contents to be covered|
|20 minutes||Introductions, A Warm-Up Exercise: Experience, Knowledge & Embodiment|
|20 minutes||Hands-on activity: Concept is the main object of Cognitive Linguistics|
|20 minutes||Presentation: What is Cognitive Linguistics and what it is not?|
|20 minutes||Discussion with audience|
|20 minutes||Summary of key points|
POTENTIAL TARGET AUDIENCE:
BRIEF PROFILE OF WORKSHOP INSTRUCTORS:
Dr. Huma Batool is an Assistant Professor in the Dept. of English at Air University, Islamabad. She has above 15 years of experience in the educational environments, where she demonstrated interest in the student's academic and personal development through student-centered teaching. Her areas of professional expertise include integration of four skills, with special emphasis on phonology, mechanics of the language, presentation skills and writing (creative, academic & technical writing). Her areas of research interest include Second Language Acquisition, ELT, Cognitive Discourse Analysis, Psycho-Neurolinguistics, Cognitive Linguistics & Language Processing in Neurotypicals and Neurodevelopmental Disorders.
DESCRIPTION OF SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS FOR TECHNICAL EQUIPMENT:Whatever is required for a webinar.
|Dr. Tafseer Ahmed Khan Focal Person||Dr. Nasir Abbas Syed Chair Scientific Review||Dr. Ghulam Raza Chair Communication||Dr. Mutee U Rahman Chair Program||Dr. Muhammad Shakir Aziz Chair Publication|