LAUD-Symposium in chronologischer Reihenfolge

Symposium 2012

 

Symposium 2010

Abstracts of the LAUD Symposium 2010. Cognitive Sociolinguistics: Language Variation in its Structural, Conceptual and Cultural Dimensions

 

Symposium 2008

Abstracts of the LAUD Symposium 2008 / Cognitive Approaches to Second/Foreign Language Processing: Theory and Pedagogy

 

Symposium 2006

 

Symposium 2004

 

Symposium 2002

  • Has the Consciousness of Modern Industrial Societies Rendered “Housewife” no longer a Value-Free Model?
  • The Ideological Patterning of Semantic Roles as Social Representation in Newspaper Discourse
  • Discourse, Knowledge and Ideology: Reformulating Old Questions
  • "What do you mean when you say that?" Remnant Ideologies in Courtroom Discourse about Rape
  • The Roles of Political, Cultural and Linguistic Ideologies in the Discursive Construction of European Identities: Organizing, Representing and Legitimizing Europe
  • Political Discourse in Cyberspace and Outcomes in Real Time
  • Abstracts of the LAUD-Symposium 2002: The Language of Politico-Social Ideologies
  • Political Discourse Bibliography (Politbib)
  • Language and Ideology in Nigerian Cartoons
  • Political Cartoons
  • The Promise and Perils of the Human Genome Project: An Essay on Language, Genomics and Ideology
  • Metaphor and Ideology in the Press Coverage of Business Consolidations
  • The Biliterate and Trilingual Policy of Hong Kong
  • Language Change and Changing Ideologies in and around RP
  • Global Statecraft and Rhetoric of Free Trade: Rhetorical Strategies in the Battle Over Economic Globalization
  • Genetic Roulette: On the Cognitive Rhetoric of Biorisk
  • Conceptual Metaphor as Ideological Stylistic Means: An Exemplary Analysis
  • Parliamentary Discourse, Social Cognition and Ideologies
  • Heteroglossia and Ideology: A Linguistic Framework for Analysing Ideology in Text
  • Dialogic Turbulence in Spanish Social Change Advertising: The Church versus the State
  • Ideological Premises in Political Discourse Generation
  • The European Union Promoting Regional or Minority Languages: Ideologies of Language in EC Law and Language Policies
  • Globalization Discourse: a View from the East
  • A Critical Discourse Analysis on Different Representations of the Same Event in the Media
  • Evaluation Strategies in Italian Political Language. A Case Study
  • Lloyd’s Insurance Policies as a Genre: The Ideology of English Legalese at Work
  • Hidden Ideology: Cognitive and Cultural Models in the Constructions of European National Identities
  • On the Role and Functions of Phonetic Markers as a Linguistic Variable in Social Categorizations
  • Time-Honored Disguises and Borrowed Language: Ideology as the Power of Prior Discourse
  • On Ideologies that Resist Domination: Structure, Function and Language
  • Ideological and Cognitive Functions of Metaphors in the Press
  • Semantics of Hate Speech: A Model of Analysis
  • Ideological Positioning in Canadian Parliamentary Discourse: Conflicting Constructions of Equality
  • Ecolinguistic Ideologies: A Critical Perspective
  • A Tool, a Bond, or a Territory: Language Ideologies in the US and in Switzerland

 

Symposium 2000

 

Symposium 1998

  • Why We Subject Incorporate (in English). A Post-Whorfian View
  • Relativity in Language and Culture: A New Target in Foreign Language Teaching
  • Towards a 'Full Pedigree' of the 'Sapir-Whorf Hypothesis': From Locke to Lucy
  • Linguistic Relativity Theory in the Pacific
  • Linguistic Relativity and the Plasticity of Categorization: Universalism in a New Key
  • "S'engager" vs. "to Remain Non-Committal": A Study of Two Culture-Specific Values
  • Colorful Bits of Experience that Count
  • Verbalized Events: A Dynamic Approach to Linguistic Relativity and Determinism
  • Abstracts of the LAUD-Symposium 1998: Humboldt and Whorf Revisited: Universal and Culture-Specific Conceptualizations in Grammar and Lexis
  • Constrained Diversity in Thought and Language
  • Linguistic Relativity in Speech Perception: An Overview of the Influence of Language Experience on the Perception of Speech Sounds from Infancy to Adulthood
  • Is it in the Mind or is it in the Language: Mental Modalities and Linguistic Expressions
  • Semantic Change, Semantic Theory and Linguistic Relativity
  • (Micro-) Categorization, Semantic Change, and the Sapir-Whorf Hypothesis
  • Humboldt, Whorf and the Roots of Ecolinguistics
  • Two Strands in Whorfian Thought and Their Neo-Whorfian Implications
  • Verbs and their Whorfian Ways: The View from Discourse
  • Language as an Indexical Code to Phyletic, Cultural and Experiential Information in the Brain
  • “Linguacentrism” in Culture and Thought
  • Grammar and Ontology: a Case Study of Polish Religious Discourse
  • The Operation of Linguistic Relativity in the Cognitive Domain
  • Metalinguistic Awareness in Linguistic Relativity: Cultural and Subcultural Practices across Chinese Dialect Communities
  • Equivalence and Mismatch of Semantic Features: Collocations in English, Spanish and Dutch
  • From the Jurassic Dark: Linguistic Relativity as Evolutionary Necessity
  • Neuro-Cognitive Structures in the Interplay of Language and Thought
  • Language and Thought: the Nature of the Animal
  • Ontological Classifiers as Heuristic Systems, as Seen in Shona Class 3 Nouns
  • Lexical Cognition, Argument Structure and Culture. A Comparative Approach of Relocation Predication in Spanish, Chinese and English
  • Grammar and Social Practice: On the Role of Culture in Linguistic Relativity
  • Frames of Spatial Reference in Kilivila - Studies in Language, Cognition and the Conceptualization of Space
  • Benjamin Lee Whorf Meets Modern Hebrew
  • Grammatical Structure and Conceptual Understanding of Experiencer- Agency Relations