Conference Presentations

    The following list of authors and titles includes all papers and posters accepted for presentation to IACS3 (excluding subsequent cancellations). Special themed panel session papers are listed chronologically in order of planned presentation. Regular session and poster session papers are listed in alphabetical order by author's first name, pending completion of the conference program following closure of registration.

    SPECIAL THEMED PANEL PRESENTATIONS


    Cross-Modal Modelling and Mapping  (Friday morning, July 13)

    Peter Coppin, Brandon Biggs, Lena Yusim and Richard Windeyer

  • Richard C. Windeyer and Peter W. Coppin   Sonifying Napoleon's March: a cognitive semiotics approach to translating infographic maps into cross-modal information displays
  • Brandon Biggs, Lena Yusim and Peter Coppin   The Audio Game Laboratory
  • Veronica Giraldo and Jordan Zlatev   Referential iconicity in music and speech within and across sensory modalities

  • Cross-Modal “Translation” or “Interpretation” of Visual Art:

    The Very Idea (Friday afternoon, July 13)

    Peter Coppin and Annie Levy

  • Peer F. Bundgaard   The Twofolded Perception of Visual Artworks
  • Annie Levy and Peter Coppin   A Participatory Approach to Cross-Modal Translations/Interpretation of Visual Artworks
  • Melissa Smith   A Museum Practitioner's Perspective—Cross-Modal Translation/Interpretation “In the Wild”

  • The Rhetoric of Contemporary Metaphor Studies  (Saturday, July 14)

    Göran Sonesson

  • Peer F. Bundgaard   Cross-domain mappings and the structure of abstract concepts
  • Georgios Stampoulidis   Metaphors in Street Art: The case of Athens
  • Todd Oakley   How Institutions Think Analogically: A Sedimentation and Motivation Model of Money Systems
  • Sara Lenninger   Studies in children’s understanding of visual metaphor: A literature review from a cognitive semiotic perspective
  • Göran Sonesson   Models of pictorial metaphors and their impact on the study of verbal metaphor

  • Chiasmus in Culture and Cognition  (Sunday, July 15)

    Jamin Pelkey and Randy Allen Harris

  • Randy Allen Harris   Antimetabole and its Friends
  • Christine Grausso   Shapes We Speak: On Cognition, Chiasmus and Universal Use
  • Jamin Pelkey, Zahra Vahedi, Sari Park, Michael Lisinski, Stéphanie Walsh Matthews, and Mathew Iantorno   Multimodal Chiasmus in Cognition? Preliminary Report on Cognitive Trials Using Ritual Knot Priming
  • Matt Orsborn 慧峰   The Buddha’s Hagiography as Prototype for Buddhist Textual and Experiential Chiasmus
  • Raj Balkaran   How the Goddess Makes Meaning: Uncovering Chiasmus in Ancient Indian Myth
  • Patrick Lee Miller   The Divine Chiasmus of Heraclitus and Plotinus
  • Rebecca Meyer   Symmetry, Asymmetry and Self-Actualization
  • Jamin Pelkey   Why Conceptual Blending Theory Needs Embodied Chiasmus: Transverse Proprioception Grounds Double-Scope Integration

  • GENERAL SESSION PRESENTATIONS


  • Amanda Brown and Masaaki Kamiya   See What I Mean? The Role of Gesture in Scopal Ambiguity
  • Amira Arous   A contrastive analysis of gesture in spontaneous and staged human interactions: Tunisian gestures as a case study.
  • Anna Makolkin   The Aristotelian Universals and Mendeleev's Periodic Table
  • Barbara Dancygier and Adrian Lou   When a lie is not a lie: simile, counterfactuality, and multimodal content
  • Barbara Fultner   Joint Intentionality and Embodiment: A Multimodal Approach
  • Bertie Kaal   One world, many worldviews: Political aspects of spatial cognition and collective intentionality
  • Bradley Jackson   Dynamic Visual Blending: A Cognitive Reading of Stanley Kubrick's Bone-Spaceship Match Cut in 2001: A Space Odyssey
  • Bruno Faria   Multimodal aspects within the artistic practice of soundpainting
  • Cait Jordan, Felipe Sarmiento and Kate Sellen   The Semiotics of Surgical Safety and Team-Based Communication in the Operating Room
  • Carlos Andres Perez   Conceptual Blending and Image Schemas in Editorial Cartoons During the Peace Process in Colombia (2012-2016)
  • Cesar Augusto Diaz R.   The emergence of humor in object interaction. An agentive semiotics explanation of an objet introuvable by Jacques Carelman
  • Charles Denroche   Applying generative, functional and cognitive grammar to naturally-occurring language and multimodal data
  • Clara Chapdelaine-Feliciati   The Significance of Authentic Languages in International Treaties
  • Cliff O'Reilly, Sarah Bott, Katherine Tu, Yetian Wang, Tyler William Black, Paulo Pacheco and Randy Allen Harris   A Climactic Ontology
  • Dana Osborne   Multimodal Thinking-for-Speaking: Speech, Gesture, and Codeswitching in Philippine Political Discourse
  • David Lidov   Genuine Triadicity in Computation, Cognition and Consciousness
  • Diego Fernández-Stoll   "¡Accomarca vive!" Social semiotics of music, ritual and memory in Lima and Ayacucho
  • Don Jones   Enactive Constitution, Neuroscience, and Metonymy in Philosophy
  • Donna West   From Subjectivity to Subjunctivity in Children’s Performatives: Peirce’s Endoporeutic Principle
  • Douglas Niño   The Development of Conceptual Blending in Children: A Proposal
  • Duygu Uygun Tunç   Transformative communication as semiotic scaffolding of cognitive development
  • Ekaterina Velmezova   History of linguistics… against linguistic relativity? (An epistemological point of view on some recent discussions around the semantics of the Pirahã language)
  • Gabriele Aroni   The Semiotics of Architecture in Digital Games
  • Gareth Roberts and Jon Stevens   How focus systems might arise in language: An experimental test of an information-theoretic account
  • Gary Shank   Thinking About How Cognitive Semioticians Might Do Cognitive Semiotics
  • George Martin   Accounting for urban futures: Documenting historic accounts in the discourse of city planning
  • Gisela Bruche-Schulz   Affective Force in Different Umwelten
  • Hannah Little   Modality effects on the emergence of structure in communication
  • Herbert Rostand Ngouo   A Quantitative Analysis of the Use of Emoticons by Cameroonian Youths and Young Adults
  • Hongbing Yu   The Semiotics of Stereotypes
  • Jamal Gaber Abdalla, Nour Hammo, Safa Hraiz, Shaikha Al Maamari, Rahf Alnamer and Du'Aa Qadan   Translating Business Advertisements From English into Arabic: Problems of Intercultural Communication and Equivalence
  • Jennifer Hinnell   Iconicity in the body: signaling contrast in discourse
  • Johanne S. Philipsen and Sarah Bro Trasmundi   Hands and cooperating minds—on the functional role of co-operative gestural meaning-making in patient-therapist interaction
  • Jordan Zlatev   From life to language: The Semiotic Hierarchy in the light of phenomenology
  • Juan Conde   Enunciation and authorship in audio-visual media: an agentive approach
  • Katlyn Frey   Not So Special: Classifier Categories Reflect the Correlational Structure of the World
  • Kay Ma   Walking Chinatown as a speech act
  • Kevin Newhams   If a Tree Falls in the Forest, What Direction Does It Fall: Writing Direction’s Role in Mental Simulation
  • Laura Hirrel and Sherman Wilcox   Multimodal strategies for achieving intersubjective alignment
  • Libby Chernouski   Communicative Reference and Cognition
  • Marcus Perlman, Hannah Little and Robin Thompson   Comparing Iconicity in Signed and Spoken Vocabulary
  • Maria Josep Jarque Jarque and Esther Pascual   From gesture to sign: Grammaticalization and pragmaticalization of fictive questions to focus in Catalan Sign Language
  • Mark Fortney   Intellectual Attention, Consciousness, and Understanding
  • Martin Švantner   Pragmatic/Pragmatist Mind: Eco’s Cognitive Semioticization of Qualia
  • Michael Lisinski   Extending Chords and Metaphors: Musical Meanings, Catachresis, and Conceptual Blending
  • Michael Sinding   Energy in Intuitive Ontology and Meaning
  • Michal Karľa   Qualities of Sensation and Knowledge Claims
  • Myrdene Anderson and Katja Pettinen   From Magic to Science and Back Again
  • Patrick Duffley   Multimodal humour in Far Side cartoons involving verbal idioms and proverbs
  • Pauline McKenzie Aucoin   Learning to Hear Meaning: Sound Symbolism and Embedded Gender and Relational Meaning in Western Fijian Kin Terms
  • Penelope Scott   The concept of health in a cultural cognitive linguistic perspective
  • Piotr Konderak   Cognitive science for cognitive semiotics: between 4e approaches and cognitivism
  • Rafał Augustyn   Language, music and other semiotic resources in the service of communicating science: A cognitive multimodal analysis
  • Richard Rosenbaum   Toward a Renewed Theory of the Narreme
  • Salvador Leon   The semiotics of photography. Towards objective hermeneutics
  • Sayaka Abe   How “force” permeates through emotive discourse: A case of (inter)subjectivity in Japanese
  • Shatha Khuzaee   Integrating Critical Stylistics and Visual Grammar: a Multimodal Stylistic Approach to the Analysis of Non-Literary Texts
  • Sheena Van Der Mark and Sabina Tabacaru   ‘Do we even know what the drumstick stands for?’ Use of emoji in China
  • Shekoufeh Mohammadi Shirmahaleh   Experiencing myth, religion and politics through literary expression: the case of The Persian Book of Kings
  • Simon Devylder   Iconicity vs. Frequency: the case of Paamese
  • Simon Devylder, Soichi Kozai, Poppy Siahaan and Misuzu Shimotori   Mapping the body
  • Skirmantas Junevicius and Eugenija Juneviciene   The thing of meaning: Two quite modern semiotic experiments and a quite archaic interpretation of their results
  • Sophia Melanson   Psychometrics and Algorithmic Priming Effects on the Cognitive Management of Subjectivity
  • Stéphanie Walsh Matthews and Marcel Danesi   Semiotically Unfit: How Social Media Tools are Rewriting our Cognitive Processes
  • Stephen Chrisomalis   Comparing constraints in lexical and graphic numeral systems
  • Sung Do Kim   The epidemiological discourse in cultural sciences: naturalistic fallacy or a new explanatory paradigm
  • Sung Do Kim   The digital ekphrasis revisited : towards the cognitive semiotics of digital multimodality
  • Suren Zolyan   On the cognitive semiotics and heuristic value of linguistic metaphors in molecular genetics
  • Talal Hawshar   Storytelling As a System of Cognitive Resistance
  • Tatiana Orel and Mara Alagic   Teaching a Second/Foreign Language with the Assistance of Cognitive Linguistics Methods
  • Todd Oakley   Representation and the Semiotic Circuit: Hypotyposic Abstraction as a Human Singularity
  • Tyler James Bennett   Multimodal contradiction as index of the semiotic real
  • W. John Coletta and Connor L. Schoelzel   AI as EI: Evolutionary Intelligence (EI), Peirce’s Ten Classes of Signs, and the Biology of Ironic Arithmetic (BIA) in Neuromorphic and Quantum Computing
  • Zach Weinstein   Simulation and Supposition: A New Approach to Truth in Fiction

  • POSTER SESSION PRESENTATIONS


  • Felipe Sarmiento and Peter Coppin   An evolving multimodal sign system for the non-visual and non-aural soccer spectator
  • Hong Song and Ying Pan   A Cognitive Semiotic Approach to Multimodal Metaphor in WeChat Advertisments
  • Karoliina Louhema, Maria Graziano and Jordan Zlatev   Translating from unisemiotic to polysemiotic narratives: A study of Finnish speech and gestures
  • Kseniya Leontyeva   Culture-specific construal patterns and their meta-role in the act of translating: a sociocognitive insight
  • Oksana Orlenko   The Conceptualization of DISEASE in Ukrainian
  • Tinghao Zhao   Grounding abstract concepts through bridging and mapping in the processing of polysemy