Cognitive diversity as area of study in the humanities

Ministry of education and science of Russia

Russian State University for the Humanities

Centre for Cognitive Programs and Technologies


Annual International Forum

“Readings in Humanities 2014 at RSUH”

Round-table discussion

“Cognitive diversity as area of study in the humanities”

(March 31, 2014)

http://cognitive.rsuh.ru/

8 (499) 250-65-11

Moscow, Chayanova St., 15

Program

Time for presentations – 20 min

Monday, March 31, 2014,

10.00 – 17.30

Chair: Vera Zabotkina, Prof.,Dr., Vice-Rector for innovative international projects at RSUH,  Director, centre for Cognitive Programs and Technologies

Alexander O. Chubaryan, Prof., Dr., Acad. of RAS, co-chairman of Academic Educational Association for Humanities. Interpretation of History as representation of Cognitive Diversity

Vera Zabotkina, Prof.,Dr.,Vice-Rector for innovative international projects, Director, Center for Cognitive Programs and Technologies. Creativity in Lexicon in Terms of Cognitive Diversity

Didier Bottineau, CNRS, Chargé de Recherches, UMR 7114 MoDyCo, Université Paris Ouest. On cognitive diversity in languages and languaging: how vicariant cultural systems emerge from universal embodied coordinating practices

Valerii Demiankov, Prof., Dr., Deputy Director at the Institute of Linguistics RAS. Civilizational limitations on cognitive diversity of languages

11.30 – 11.45. Discussion

11.45 – 12.00. Coffee break

 

Chair: Valerii Demiankov, Prof., Dr., Deputy Director at the Institute of Linguistics RAS

Maria Falikman, PhD in Psychology, Senior Researcher. Lomonosov Moscow State University. Varieties of top-down information processing in human cognition

Suren Zolyan, Prof., Dr., Moscow State University for the Humanities. Russian Institute for Advanced Studies in Humanities and Technology ( RIAS ), Institute of Philosophy, National Academy of Sciences of Armenia , Yerevan Text: semantics and semantization

George Shabat, Prof., Dr., Russian State University for the Humanities On the plurality of worlds in science and art of the twentieth century.

13.00 – 13.15 Discussion

13.15 – 14.00 Lunch

Chair: Suren Zolyan , Prof., Dr.,  Moscow State University for the Humanities. Russian Institute for Advanced Studies in Humanities and Technology ( RIAS ), Institute of Philosophy, National Academy of Sciences of Armenia , Yerevan

Emmanuel Sander, Prof.,  Université Paris-8 (France). Analogy making, categorization and cognitive diversity

Elena Pozdnyakova, Dr., Prof., Senior Researcher at Center for Cognitive Programs and Technologies, RSUH Models of Mental Lexicon Representations : Cognitive Diversity within Cognitive Science

Yury Troitsky, Prof., Russian State University for the Humanities Cognitive Model of Interpretation

Elena Erofeeva, Prof., Dr., Head of General and Slavonic Linguistics Department, Perm state national research university Variations in social values activation depending on the bilinguals’ language.

Svetlana Mishlanova, Prof., Dr., Head of the Language Education Department, Perm State National Research University and Svetlana Zhdanova, Prof., Dr., Head of the Developmental Psychology Department, Perm State National Research University Multimodal knowledge representation in discourse

Ekaterina Golubkova, Dr., Prof., professor of the Department of English lexicology, Faculty of the Humanities and Applied sciences at Moscow State Linguistic University Electronic dictionary as an access point to cognitive experience

                                                  

15.45 – 16.00 Coffee break

Chair: Elena Pozdnyakova , Dr., Prof., Senior Researcher at Center for Cognitive Programs and Technologies, RSUH

Ekaterina Khrisonopulo, PhD in philology, Assistant Professor at the Department of Cross-Cultural Communications, Saint-Petersburg State University of Culture and Arts          Cognitive-discourse parameters in the construal of Self and alternations of personal pronouns in English

Sergey Gagarin¸ PhD in Philology, Associate  Professor, MGIMO Universty The challenge of lexical boundaries in mapping linguistic pictures of the world.

Natalia Ches, Ph.D. in Philology, Associate Professor, MGIMO University Conceptual Metaphors in Political Discourse

Yulia Potanina, Student of the Department of Theoretical and Applied Linguistics, Lomonosov Moscow State University,  Working memory as a factor which correlates with human cognitive capabilities in speech production

17.00 – 17.30 Discussion

17.30 The end

Coordinator: Maria Krotovskaya, document specialist at  Centre for Cognitive Programs and technologies of the RSUH

 




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