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         多模态交际国际研讨会

(一号通知)

   湖南师范大学

 中国 长沙 2018111-3

         随着多媒体和互联网技术的发展,人类交际逐渐呈现多模态化趋势。传统的语言模态与其他交际模态作为公共社会文化资源日益交互融合,共同参与交际过程。在这一趋势之下,结合当前大数据时代背景,研讨如何在文学、艺术、商业等领域使用多模态手段有效实现交际目的,探究语言、图像、声音、手势、动作等多模态如何协同整合,完成意义建构,均具有重大理论和现实意义。为此,湖南师范大学外国语学院将于2018111-3日在湖南长沙举办“多模态交际国际研讨会”(International Conference on Multimodal Communication)。

    本次研讨会拟邀请美国凯斯西储大学Mark Turner教授、美国加州大学洛杉矶分校Francis Steen教授、德国因格尔施塔特天主教大学Thomas Hoffman教授、美国埃默里大学Sandra Blakely教授等参会并做主题发言。我们诚邀您参加此次学术盛会,共同研讨交际中的多模态问题。

 

一、会议议题(包括但不限于以下方面)

1)文学与艺术:多模态视角下的人类创造力

2)社会媒体与大众媒体:媒体中的多模态应用和整合

3)剧院与角色扮演:表演中的多模态整合

4)辅助语言学、面部表情及手势:交际辅助手段的多模态化

 

二、会议时间与地点

    1. 会议时间: 2018111-3日(1031日报到)

        2. 会议地点:湖南师范大学(长沙市岳麓区麓山路36号)

 

三、参会费用

    会务费与资料费:1000/人,研究生500/人,食宿与交通费自理。

 

四、联系方式

       1. 会务联系人: 陈忠平博士:13548565475

                                      超博士:18684915579

     2. 联系邮箱:wgyxy@hunnu.edu.cn

       3. 报名截止日期:2018830

 

五、论文征集

    参会人员请参考本次国际研讨会主要议题,于2018830日之前提交摘要(中文或英文300/词)至联系邮箱,请同时附上有效电子邮箱、工作单位、联系电话和通讯地址。优秀会议论文届时将推荐发表在《外国语言与文化》与Foreign Languages and Cultures期刊上。

                                                                                                 

                                                                                                                                     

 

Call for Papers

ICMC2018:

International Conference on Multimodal Communication

Hunan Normal University

(Changsha, China, November 1-3, 2018)

 

There are many causes of conflict and community. One of the most powerful of causes lies in the ways that people think about and communicate about the future. Human beings are a very unusual species—their thoughts can arch over vast and extended patterns of causation, agency, time, and space. How can they do so? What mental operations and communicative structures are available to them for doing so? How do those operations and structures influence our ability to think about the future? What are the limits and constraints that come from those ways of thinking and communicating, and how should we deal with those mental and communicative limits?

 

Many researchers—in the humanities and social sciences, in linguistics and media studies, in politics and economics—have studied aspects of how human beings think and talk about the future. But just lately, this research has entered a new phase. First, electronic media have made it possible for mass communication to flow constantly around the world, in news reports, social media, and audiovisual recordings. And this mass communication is constantly focused on the future. Second, big data science has developed computational, statistical, and technical tools that make it possible through new methods that were never previously even imagined to find patterns and test hypotheses in this communication. Research into human multimodal communication can now happen on a scale that is completely unprecedented. 

 

Organizers of the conference welcome presentations on any aspect of multimodal communication, including topics that deal with language and multimodal constructions, paralinguistics, facial expressions, gestures, cinema, theater, role-playing games...The research domains can be drawn from personal interaction, social media, mass media, group communication...We invite conceptual papers, observational studies, experiments, and computational, technical, and statistical approaches.

 

Submission Guidelines

Individual Paper Proposals:  Please send a 300 word abstract including the title of the paper, your name, affiliation, mailing address, phone and fax number, and email address.

Panel Proposals:  In addition to providing detailed contact information for each panel member, please send an abstract of no more than 600 words summarizing the panel and describing each paper.

Roundtable Proposals: In addition to providing detailed contact information for each participant, please send a title and an abstract of no more than 300 words for the proposed roundtable discussion topic.

Submission Deadline: Please email your proposals to icmc2018@126.com and copy them to wgyxy@hunnu.edu.cn no later than August 30, 2018. Registration fee is 130 US dollars (half for students) for international delegates.

 

Conference Directors:

                                Prof. ZENG Yanyu, Dean of Foreign Studies College

                                Prof. Mark Turner, Director of Center for Cognitive Science

Assistant Directors: Prof. CHEN Minzhe   

    Dr. LIU Bai 

Address: 36 Lushan Rd., Yuelu District, Changsha, Hunan, P. R. China

Zip code: 410081

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