The Third Conference of the International Association for Cognitive Semiotics (IACS3—2018)

Multimodalities
Toronto, Ontario, Canada

The IACS conference series seeks to gather together scholars and scientists in semiotics, cognitive science, linguistics, anthropology philosophy, psychology and related fields, who wish to share their research on meaning and contribute to the interdisciplinary dialogue.

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  • Deadline for submission of theme sessions is

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  • Deadline for abstract submission (oral presentations, posters) is

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  • Last date for early registration is

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  • The conference (IACS3) is

Confirmed plenary speakers (as of )

  • Eve Danziger, University of Virginia
  • John Kennedy, University of Toronto
  • Kalevi Kull, University of Tartu
  • Maxine Sheets-Johnstone, University of Oregon
  • Göran Sonesson, Lund University

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Venue

OCAD University (OCAD U)

OCAD University is a historic art and design university with a student body of 6,000, next-door to the colossal Art Gallery of Ontario and a few blocks east of Chinatown.

Ryerson University

Ryerson is an vibrant, city-centric university with a student body of 39,000 skirting Dundas Square (Toronto’s response to Times Square) and environs.

The city of Toronto:

Known internationally as the world’s most diverse city, Toronto is the capital of Ontario and the largest city in Canada. Situated along Lake Ontario’s northwestern shore, it is a dynamic metropolis with a core of soaring skyscrapers, all dwarfed by the iconic, free-standing CN Tower. Toronto also has many green spaces, from the orderly oval of Queen’s Park, to the 400-acre High Park and its trails, to its sports facilities and zoo.

Cognitive Semiotics investigates the nature of meaning, the role of consciousness, the unique cognitive features of human beings, the interaction of nature and nurture in development, and the interplay of biological and cultural evolution in phylogeny. To better answer such questions, cognitive semiotics integrates methods and theories developed in the human, social, and cognitive sciences.

The International Association for Cognitive Semiotics (IACS, founded 2013) aims at establishing cognitive semiotics as a trans-disciplinary study of meaning. More information on the International Association for Cognitive Semiotics can be found at http://iacs.dk