Cognitive linguistics research group
Presentations and discussions on cognition in language and beyond
The CLRG research seminars are open to everyone with an interest in the cognitive mechanisms underlying language use and its relation with other aspects of human cognition. Our topics include language representation and processing, conceptual organisation, usage-based grammar, metaphor and figurative speech, linguistic creativity, and many more. The meetings feature talks from invited speakers, presentations of work in progress, and discussions of recent publications and open research problems in the field. Interdisciplinary contributions are particularly welcome.
Time and place
Usually every two weeks on either Monday or Thursday afternoon. Please check the LEL events page for details on times and locations.
If you’d like more information about the events this semester, or if you’d like to present at one of our meetings, please email Graeme Trousdale or Tobias Ungerer. Please follow the link below to subscribe to our mailing list.