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2005 Krakow

Fifth Symposium On Iconicity In Language And Literature

17-20 March 2005


Unesco Chair For Translation Studies And Intercultural Communication
The Jagiellonian University
Krakow

 

The meeting in Krakow will be the fifth in a series of international symposia on iconicity in language and literature. Iconicity, i.e. form miming meaning and/or form miming form, is an inherently interdisciplinary phenomenon, involving linguistic and textual aspects and linking them to visual and acoustic aspects. Therefore, we invite academic contributions by not only linguists and literary scholars, but also scholars whose interest lie in the relationship of the verbal with the musical or visual arts. Papers are expected to present detailed case studies of iconically used forms on all levels of linguistic, musical and visual representations and in all varieties of their use. The conference language will be English, but papers may be given in Polish, with simultaneous interpreting provided upon request. The publication of the selected papers given at the symposium will be in English. For more information on previous symposia, and on the 'iconicity project', see our homepage (http://home.hum.uva.nl/iconicity)

We welcome proposals addressing any of these issues. Abstracts (not more than 500 words) together with a brief c.v. should be sent to one of the following address by 15 November 2004 at the latest:

iconicity_2005@yahoo.com
Prof. Dr. Olga Fischer
Prof. Dr. Max Nänny
prof. dr hab. Elzbieta Tabakowska
mgr Malgorzata Slota



Programme

 

Wednesday,  16 March   

17.00  - 20.00: Registration (UNESCO Chair, Collegium Padervianum, al. Mickiewicza  9/11)   

20.00  - 22. 00: Conference Warming ["U Louisa",  Rynek Główny 13


Thursday,  17 March   

09.00  - 09.30. Registration (UNESCO Chair, Collegium Padervianum, al. Mickiewicza  9/11;   

                           Aula Magna, Collegium Novum, Gołębia 24)   

09.15  - 09.30: Opening (Aula Magna, Collegium Novum, Gołębia 24)   

09.30  - 10.30: Plenary 1 (Jolanta Antas: Gestures: images of concepts and    

schemata  of thoughts)   

10.30  - 11.00: Coffee Break ("Convivium", Collegium Novum, Gołębia  24)     

11.15  - 13.00: Section Papers, Session 1 (Collegium Paderevianum, al. Mickiewicza  9/11)


406

504

505


         

Word and picture

         

Iconicity in language & linguistics

         

Iconicity in poetry/prose


Piekot

Podhorodecka

Golston

Kwiatkowska

Bergien          


Pryor                    

?          Raveggi                   

Ungerer          

Cierpisz

 

13.00  - 15.00: Lunch Break   

15.00  - 16.45: Section Papers, Session 2 (Collegium Paderevianum)

406

504

505

         

Iconicity in language and linguistics

         

Iconicity in music

         

Iconicity in prose

         

Attolino          

         

Andres Cuevas

         

?          Laquy

         

Fatani

         

?          Maeder

         

? Yevseyev

         

Masuda

         

Malecka

         

Ho Lai Ming 

16.45 - 17. 15:  Coffee Break (Collegium Paderevianum)   

17.15  - 19.00: Section Papers, Session 3 (Collegium Paderevianum)


406

504

505

         

Object and word

         

Visual aspects of texts


         

Iconicity   in  language  and  linguistics

         

? Świątek

         

Terblanche

         

Glynn

         

Chudzik

         

Webster

         

Klimkowski

         

Machura

         

White

         

Kosecki

Friday,  18 March   

09.00  - 10.45: Section Papers, Session 4 (Collegium Paderevianum)  

406

504

505

         

Visual  languages

         

Object and its name

         

Philosophy of iconicity

         

Cohn

         

Hołobut

         

Fischer

         

Adam

         

Bożyk

         

Surette

         

Herlofsky

         

Klag

         

Pawelec

10.45  - 11.15: Coffee Break (Collegium Paderevianum)   

11.15  - 13.00: Section papers, Session 5 (Collegium Paderevianum)


406

504

505

Iconicity in poetry 

Iconicity in printed text 

Philosophy of iconicity  

         

Beukes

         

Bazarnik

         

Jones

         

Engel

         

Fajfer

         

Szabelska

         

Gahl

         

Garncarek

         

Bouissac


13.00  - 15.00: Lunch Break   

15.00  - 16.00: Plenary 2 (Mieczysław Górowski: Iconicity in posters;  Academy of Fine Arts,      

ul.  Smoleńsk 9)    

16.00  - 16.15: Coffee Break     

16.15  - 17.00: Poster presentation (Andrzej Ziębliński, Miłosz  Pobiedziński: Visual    

 

equivalents  of words, ASP,  Smoleńsk 9)   

17.00  - 19.00: Book exhibition (Smoleńsk 9)     

                         Art workshop (Smoleńsk 9)   

20.00  - 20.00: Conference Dinner ("Szabla i szklanka", ul. Poselska 20 -  22)     


Saturday,  19 March 

09.00  - 10.45: Section Papers, Session 6 (Bobrzyński Hall, Collegium Maius, ul.  Jagiellonska 15; British Council, ul. Wiślna 2)

Bobrzyński Hall

BC1

BC2

         

Synesthesia

         

Multimedia

         

Visual  aspects of texts

         

Piekarski

         

Berman

         

Crisan

         

Janicka-Słysz

         

Moser

         

Sorensen

         

Nowotna

         

Purdy

         

Bell

       

10.45 - 11. 15:  Coffee break (Bobrzyński Hall, Café "U Pęcherza",  Collegium Maius)   

11.20  - 12. 30: Section Papers, Session 7 (Bobrzyński Hall, British Council)   


Bobrzyński Hall

BC1

BC2

         

Iconicity in language and linguistics 

         

Iconicity and translation

         

Iconicity in prose

         

De          Cuypere

         

Pokojska

         

Ljungberg

         

? Berezowski

         

Kasten

         

Percy

 

12.45  - 13.45: Plenary 3 (Alicja Jarzębska, Regina Chłopicka: Iconicity  in the reflection on    

music;  (Bobrzyński Hall)   

13.45  - 14.00 - Concluding meeting     

15.30  - 20.00: Excursion to the salt mines in Wieliczka (meeting point: Matejko  Square (Plac Matejki), at the statue of King Władysław Jagiełło)     


Sunday,  March 20.   

10.00  - 13.00: guided tour (The Old Town)   



Abstracts of Papers


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