We look forward to seeing you at SALC VII at Aarhus University in Denmark (May 22-24 2019).
SALC VII First Call For Papers has been announced
- Morten Christiansen, Cornell University, Ithaca
- Judith Holler, Max Planck Institute, Nijmegen
- Sean Roberts, University of Bristol, UK
- Sophie Schott, UCL, London
- Alexander Huth, University of Texas, Austin
- Ewa Dabrowska, University of Birmingham, UK
- Theme session proposal deadline: November 1st 2018
- Submission deadline for oral presentations and posters: December 1st 2018
- Deadline for early registration: April 1st 2019
- Conference: May 22nd-24th 2019
See the conference web page for more information: http://events.au.dk/SALC7
Partnership Programme with Routledge continues: discount of 20% on all Routledge titles
For a few years now, SALC has had a Partnership Programme with Routledge and the programme will continue again. For our members, this means that we get a discount of 20% on all titles published by Routledge. The details are as follows:
· The discount is 20% on all Routledge titles
The next SALC conference will be held Lund, Sweden, April 20-22 2017. Register for SALC6! Early registration ends 31st of January 2017.
The Scandinavian Association for Language and Cognition (SALC) was formed on June 11 2009 during the Second International Conference of the Swedish Association for Language and Cognition, held at Stockholm University involving linguists, psychologists, cognitive scientists and semioticians, working on a variety of topics and utilising different methodologies.
The major goal of the association is to promote the study of the relationship between language and cognition. This involves any type of research in which language is not treated in isolation (e.g. as a “module”), but both as based on structures and processes of general cognition and social cognition, and as affecting such structures and processes. The association is intended to be a forum for cooperation and exchange of ideas between disciplines, fields of study and theoretical frameworks.