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V INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON METAPHOR AND DISCOURSE: Metaphor across cultures and social spheres

08/11/2018

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BOOK OF ABSTRACTS


BOOK OF ABSTRACTS

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 http://www.fue.uji.es/gesfue3/doc_fue/docs/jornadas/metaphor/book_of_abstracts_2018.pdf?u

 

Call for papers


CALL FOR PAPERS

V INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON METAPHOR AND DISCOURSE: Metaphor across cultures and social spheres

Castelló de la Plana (Spain), 8-9 November 2018

 

The V International Conference on Metaphor and Discourse will focus especially on the use of metaphor in a variety of modal manifestations across different cultures and social spheres. However, all aspects of metaphor in discourse are object of study and debate in the Conference. Following previous editions, the V International Conference on Metaphor and Discourse will be held at Universitat Jaume I (UJI), Castelló de la Plana (8-9 November 2018).

Contributions are encouraged on all aspects of metaphor and discourse studies, departing from the basic tenets of conceptual metaphor theory already set by landmark publications like Lakoff and Johnson's (1980) up to the more recently emergent trends that deal with the study of metaphor across different types of discourse, modes of expression and thought.

Our aim is to bring together specialists and researchers involved in these research matters in order to discuss recent contributions to the field, as well as to open new debates about the relevance of metaphor in discourse with special emphasis on the following topics:

 

• Quantitative and qualitative methods for metaphor analysis in discourse

• Metaphor and cultural diversity

• Discursive, cognitive and communicative functions of metaphor

• Corpora and technology in metaphor analysis

• Multimodal and monomodal metaphor

• Metaphor in virtual domains

• New cognitive domains in science and technology

• Social relevance of metaphor (in Education, Ideology, etc.)

 

 The following keynote speakers have so far accepted the invitation to participate in the conference:

- Dr. Alice Deignan, University of Leeds

- Dr. Charles Forceville, University of Amsterdam

- Dr. Marianna Bolognesi, Oxford University 

- Dr. Juana Marín,  Complutense University of Madrid

 

Contributions, either in English or Spanish, may be submitted as either oral presentations or posters. Oral presentations will be 20 minutes in length plus a 10-minute discussion. As for poster sessions, a suitable time will be reserved so that poster presentations receive due attention on the part of all the assistants. Abstracts must be submitted to: metaphor@fue.uji.es. Only abstracts between 600-700 words (including 3- 5 references and 3-5 keywords) will be accepted. The abstract must explicitly mention the aims or motivation, theoretical framework, method, (expected) results and conclusions of the contribution.

All submissions will undergo a double-blind peer-review process. Please, do not include the author's name, email and affiliation in the abstract files.

 

Important Dates

- 30 July,  2018: Deadline for abstract submission (oral presentation and /or poster)

- 6  August 2018: Notification of acceptance/rejection

- 30 September 2018: Deadline for early bird registration and payment

- 8-9 November 2018: V International Conference on Metaphor and Discourse

- 14 January 2019: Deadline for full manuscript submission

 

Organizers

 

Final Programme (updated)


FINAL PROGRAMME (updated)

V INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON METAPHOR AND DISCOURSE:

Metaphor across cultures and social spheres

Castelló de la Plana (Spain), 8-9 November 2018

"RaAM Endorsed Event"  

VENUE:  EDIFICI DE POSTGRAU (Postgraduate Studies Building)

 

November 8th, Thursday       

Room

HALL (Ground floor)

8.45

Reception, registration, and handing over of material

Room:    

SALA D’ACTES (CONFERENCE ROOM) (ground floor)

9.15

OPENING SESSION: IGNASI NAVARRO

9.30

PLENARY LECTURE: ALICE DEIGNAN                           

Metaphors of science in different discourse spheres: expert, popular, educational and young people’s talk

10.30-11

POSTER SESSION AND Coffee Break  (Hall)

ESBRÍ-BLASCO & GIRÓN-GARCÍA: Analysing the Configuration of Digital Metaphors at the Level of Frame

GENERAL SESSION

Room

SALA D’ACTES

CHAIR: CAROL GIRÓN

ROOM 103

CHAIR: NOELIA GARGALLO

11.00

AUGE: Climate change fingerprint in UK national newspapers and scientific articles from Nature.

CORONA-BEOMONT: Do people’s different implicit theories of morality imply differences in metaphor use in morally evaluative discourse?

11.30

ZACHARIAS: Moon metaphors: A multilinguistic and multicultural perspective

MACHIELSEN:  Dynamics without a framework? Insights from the ecological-enactive approach to cognitive science applied to dynamical views of metaphor

12.00

VAN POPPEL:  Can metaphors be (real) arguments?

OBERLE: Towards a feminist theory of metaphor and a feminist method of metaphor analysis

12.30

SILVESTRE-LÓPEZ: Qualitative data analysis software as a tool to analyse metaphorical language: conceptual metaphors in the discourse of meditation

FLOR: Image-schematic configurations of “near”  “by” and “next to” in The Hobbit

Lunch

 

Thursday afternoon    

GENERAL SESSION

Room

SALA D’ACTES

CHAIR: ULRIKE OSTER

ROOM 105

CHAIR: LORENA  BORT

15.00

TURKER: Conceptualization of the eyes in Korean figurative uses

ASCUT: The study of emotion metaphors and its cognitive construction in Chinese literary work - A case study in Outlaws of the Marsh

15.30

BISSCHOPS: Deliteralisation and Metaphorisation in Christian Discourse

 

16.00

BISSCHOPS: Judaism, De-Metaphorisation, Literalism and Metonymy

 

16.30

Coffee Break  (Hall)

Room:    

SALA D’ACTES (ground floor)

17.00

PLENARY LECTURE:  JUANA MARÍN-ARRESE                       CHAIR: IGNASI NAVARRO

Political Cartoon Discourse, Creativity, Critique and Persuasion

20.30

EVENING: CONFERENCE DINNER

November 9th Friday         

Room:    

SALA D’ACTES (Ground floor)

9.30

PLENARY LECTURE: MARIANNA BOLOGNESI              CHAIR: LORENA BORT

Visual Metaphors on the Edge                    

10.30

Coffee Break  (Hall)

GENERAL SESSION

Room

SALA D’ACTES

CHAIR: MONTSE ESBRÍ

ROOM 204

CHAIR: MARISA RENAU

11.00

BORT-MIR & BOLOGNESI: Towards a model for filmic metaphor processing: a think-aloud experiment

SKRYNNIKOVA: Multimodal metaphoric representations of Russian patriotism

 

11.30

OSTANINA-OLSZEWSKA: The metaphorical language of internet memes in sports events

TOMÁS: FILMIP as a method to identify filmic metaphors in advertisements: the case of “Shine”

12.00

HERRERO: Humorous and non-humorous metaphors: new horizons

JUNLING: A cognitive-pragmatic approach to multimodal metaphors in Chinese Editorial Cartoons on “Anti-Corruption”

12.30

JOHNSON:  Interculturality and metaphor in study-abroad narrative.

 

Lunch

 Friday  afternoon    

GENERAL SESSION

Room

SALA D’ACTES

CHAIR: MARISA RENAU

ROOM 105

 CHAIR: NURIA FLOR

15.00

PEÑA & OVEJAS: Metaphorical motivation of film title translation

RU: Translation strategies of metaphors in Chinese diplomatic news from the perspective of cognitive metaphor theory

15.30

RUIZ DE MENDOZA & HAYAT KHAN: A cross-linguistic analysis of conceptual operations in English and Urdu in the field of economy

TANG: Comprehending scientific metaphors in the bilingual brain: evidence from ERP

16.00

BOHAT: Metaphors we learn by: Building a corpus of learning metaphors in English educational discourse

HUANG: Study of the neural mechanism of Chinese metaphor processing

16.30

Coffee Break  (Hall)

Room:    

SALA D’ACTES (ground floor)

17.00

PLENARY LECTURE: CHARLES FORCEVILLE        CHAIR: TONI SILVESTRE

The metaphorical representation of DEPRESSION in short, wordless animation films

18.00

CLOSURE                                                      

 

Fees and Registration


REGISTRATION FEES

 
 
 

Late registration

from 30/09/2018 

General participant

 140 €

Student

 50 

Student UJI/SAUJI (attendee)

 25 

(Students need to prove their student status by means of a photocopy of their student ID card or registration form) 

 

Committees


ORGANIZING COMMITTEE

Ignasi Navarro i Ferrando. Universitat Jaume I

Ulrike Oster. Universitat Jaume I

Antonio José Silvestre López. Universitat Jaume I

María Luisa Renau Renau. Universitat Jaume I

Carolina Girón García. Universitat Jaume I

Montserrat Esbrí Blasco. Universitat Jaume I

Sorina Stelea. Universitat Jaume I

Noelia Gargallo Camarillas. Universitat Jaume I

Lorena Bort Mir. Universitat Jaume I

José Luis Otal Campo. Universitat Jaume I

José Javier Juan Checa. Universitat Jaume I

Nuria Flor Fabregat. Universitat Jaume I

Begoña Andrés Sánchez. Fundación Universitat Jaume I-Empresa

 

SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE

Günter Radden. Universität Hamburg

Elzbieta Górska. University of Warsaw

Charles Forceville. Universiteit Van Amsterdam

Marianna Bolognesi. Oxford University

Juana I. Marín Arrese. Universidad Complutense de Madrid

Dolores Porto. Universidad de Alcalá

Zoltan Kövecses. Eötvös Loránd University

Alice Deignan. University of Leeds

Gerard Steen. Universiteit Van Amsterdam

Elena Semino. University of Lancaster

Antonio Barcelona Sánchez. Universidad de Córdoba

Francisco José Ruiz de Mendoza Ibáñez. Universidad de la Rioja

Klaus-Uwe Panther. Universität Hamburg

 

Congress venue


CONference VENUE 

Fundación Universitat Jaume I-Empresa
Edificio Consell Social
Salón de Actos
Campus de Riu Sec - Universitat Jaume I
12071 - Castellón

TRAVEL

 

From Barcelona

  • Road 
    Approximate duration: 2.32 hours 
    Distance : 277 km 
    We propose the following route: [ google ]
  • Train 
    Euromed Arch Regional Express, Alaris , Talgo 
    For more information: www.renfe.es 
  • Bus 
    The ALSA company , offers a direct path between Barcelona and Castellon. 
    For more information: www.alsa.es

 

From Valencia

  • Road 
    Approximate duration : 1 hour 
    Distance : 76 km 
    We propose the following route: [ google ]
  • Train 
    Commuter : Valencia -Castellón de la Plana (C6 ) 
    For more information: www.renfe.es
  • Bus 
    The company HIFE , offers a direct path between Valencia and Castellon. 
    For more information: www.hife.es

Already in Castellón. And now , how do you get to the UJI ?

UJI The proximity of the city of Castellón de la Plana and the bus and train station , the urban layout of this area of ??the city, along with the wide range of transportation, allows to reach the campus can choose between public transport , cycling or walking a pleasant journey .

TRAM (from the railway station and bus )

The new transport channel reserved for communication every five minutes Castellón railway station and bus UJI campus . The TRAM is an electric transportation , comfortable , efficient and sustainable , which has changed the travel habits of the university community . 
Notes and bonds can be purchased directly from the TRAM .

For more information: - T1 Tram Line ( PDF )

Bus

University Jaume I is linked to different areas of the city with four bus lines. They all stop at the train station and buses. 
Notes and bonds can be purchased on the bus. 
For more information:

Car

If your option is to move to the campus with your particular car , you have large landscaped parking areas and we recommend that you join the campaign " 4x4 , 4 wheels , 4 persons " , the program University car share . I will save and make friends . Share your car to come to campus and contributes to a cleaner environment .

Walking

short distance separating UJI campus with bus and train station , allowing you to reach a pleasant 15 minutes about 25 minutes from the city center . The University avenue connecting the city has wide sidewalks and bike independently.

 

Tourist information


TOURIST INFORMATION

THE HOST CITY: CASTELLÓN

Castellón is a modern city open to the sea and with excellent communications that make it easy to access. More than three hundred days a year of sun and an exceptional climate wrap up the city of Castellón de la Plana where its beaches, marina, golf courses and natural parks such as Columbretes turn into an all-year enjoyment. A broad offer of hotels, our Convention Hall, the university, as well as the different lecture halls and venues fully meet the expectations for the celebration of meetings and congresses. Our gastronomic richness marked by tradition and by the Mediterranean sea, surprises the most exquisite palates that visit us but they are also the ideal charm for insiders and outsiders. Castellón, with a deep agricultural tradition for the cultivation of orange trees as well as a strong industrial sector with the production of tiles, positions now as a city of services and of tourism charms notably favoring the organization of congresses.

The city and its surroundings

Castelló de la Plana, the capital of the province of Castelló, is a small city of 180.000 inhabitants that lies between the Desert de les Palmes hills and the Mediterranean Sea, and is surrounded by orange groves.

The city is approximately 50 minutes away from Valencia (65 km to the south and two hours away from Barcelona, in the north (285 km). Castelló has a mild Mediterranean climate, with a pleasant temperature of around 27℃ in the summer and 18℃ in the winter. Castelló enjoys more than 300 sunny days a year.

Universitat Jaume I

The Universitat Jaume I in Castelló (UJI) is a public higher education and research centre, founded in 1991, which seeks to enhance the social, economic and cultural development of the society that surrounds it through the creation and transmission of knowledge.

The UJI is the northernmost university in the Valencian Community and the only one in the province of Castelló. The tremendous development and evolution of the University in recent years has transformed the city of Castelló de la Plana into a dynamic, modern university city, which has made use of the enterprising nature of its inhabitants to spark strong social and economic change spreading to the rest of the province.

 The UJI currently offers 31 undergraduate degrees, 44 official master’s degrees, 20 UJI-specific master’s degrees, 21 doctoral programmes and 32 specialisation courses. The University has approximately 14,000 students, a number that means students receive individual attention without problems of overcrowding. This personal feel is also possible because of our location on a single, attractive, modern campus, with spacious green areas and sports facilities.

 

LINKS

web turismo ayto castellon

 

http://www.castellonturismo.com

Tourist information of the City of Castellón.

All tourist and gastronomic Castellón. This website has information of interest to visitors to our city and for the residents of Castellón.

 

 

web turismo ayto castellon

 

http://turismodecastellon.com

Tourist information of the County of Castellón.

The Provincial Tourism Board is directed to all those who wish to have information about the province of Castellón.

 

 

 

Universitat Jaume I: http://www.uji.es

 

Accommodation


ACCOMMODATION

HOTEL CASTELLÓN CENTER 4*

Ronda Mijares, 86. Castellón de la Plana

PlanaModern and elegant, the Hotel Castellón Center is a magnificent 4 star hotel located 5 minutes walk from the center of Castellón. The establishment has 78 rooms fully equipped. In addition, enjoy free WiFi Internet connection in all areas. Among the many services, we emphasize the Basil Restaurant and fitness center with sauna and jacuzzi to take care of yourself during your stay.


Contact:

Tel: +34 964 342 777 - Fax: +34 964 254 929 - reservas@hotelcastelloncenter.com


HOTEL INTUR CASTELLÓN 4*

Herrero, 20. Castellón de la Plana

Hotel Intur Castellon is located in the center of Castellón at 200 metres from the Puerta del Sol, in the financial, commercial and cultural area of the city. Its location makes it a strategic place for those both wishing to go sightseeing, and for who are in the city for business.

This 4 star Hotel is characterized by its large size and brightness, thanks to the central courtyard and the large glass dome that forms its roof. The Hotel has 120 fully equipped rooms and 3 meeting lounges and a bright covered patio, ideal for business meetings, conferences, weddings and other events.

Contact:

Tel: +34 964 394 497 - Fax: +34 964 395 896 - reservas@intur.com


HOTEL LUZ 4*

Pintor Oliet, 3. Castellón de la Plana

Modern and functional hotel in the center of Castellón. Just minutes from downtown, excellent connections from Valencia and Barcelona, is the Hotel Luz Castellon, a 4 star modern and elegant, designed to offer a perfect stay in the city. Located in the new area of Castellon, between the English Court, the railway station and the University Jaume I. The hotel has 144 spacious rooms. Also highlight the gym with sauna for disconnection of the workday, and a gastronomic bet: Aqua Restaurant, winner of The Sun Of Respol Guide, where you can enjoy the cultural tradition of the Mediterranean region and the soul of the kitchen edge.

Contact:

Tel: +34 964 201 010 - Fax: +34 964 201011 - reservas@hotelluz.com


HOTEL JAIME I CASTELLÓN 3*

Ronda Mijares, 67. Castellón de la Plana

The Hotel Jaime I is a modern and comfortable hotel in Castellon located 5 minutes walk from the town center. The property is well connected by road and is 60 km from the airport of Manises. It has 89 rooms and facilities are covered with free WiFi Internet connection

In the Hotel Jaime I, you will find 89 rooms equipped with everything necessary for you to enjoy the convenience and comfort. The floor is parquet and works with LED illumination. In each you will find free WiFi and you will have flat screen TV. The bathroom is complete with hair dryer and other amenities.

Contact:

Tel: +34 964 250 300 - Fax: +34 964 203 779 - info@hoteljaimei.com


HOTEL DOÑA LOLA


 

Calle Lucena, 3. Castellón de la Plana

Hotel Doña Lola was fully renovated in 2008. Located next to the "green lung" of Castellon city, Ribalta’s Park. A few meters from the Hotel you can find the shopping center "El Corte Ingles", less than 300m ago from here, the Central Bus Station and Train Station which welcome tourists from all places, and less 1200m ago from UJI, UNIVERSIDAD JAUME I DE CASTELLON.

Visit all the interesting places of the city is very easy thanks to the excellent placement of our hotel. Museums, the theatre, bars, restaurants or monuments will appear after a relaxed walking through the streets of Castellon.

Visit our restaurant verlooking the city's largest park, where you can enjoy the best of Mediterranean cuisine. The hotel has special menus for events, varied Mediterranean-based menus and a wide range of set menus to make you feel right at home.

The hotel has 5 panelled rooms that are fully equipped with the facilities necessary to hold meetings and banquets, with a capacity of up to 275 people.

Cosy, spacious, comfortable rooms, where the utmost attention has been paid to the small details that customers appreciate more and more on their travels. Totally renovated exterior rooms, equipped with full bathrooms, hair dryer, a select variety of amenities, FREE Wi-Fi in all hotel and laundry service.

The hotel also offers cosy apartaments form long stays.

Contact:

Tel: +34 964 214 011 - Fax: +34 964 252 235 - info@hoteldonalola.com

 

Dinner


DINNER

Price: 25 euros

Payment: Credit card

Buy: 

The organization commite will make a dinner reservation for the first night; the cost of this meal is not included on the register fee. If you'd like to purchase the dinner we offer, the price is 25 euros. This value must be directed to this bank account:

Bank: La Caixa
Account No: ES64 2100 4236 14 2200003795

You should include "METAPHORDINNER2018 for concept together with your name and surname" and send us an e-mail with a PDF that confirm the payment until Wednesday at 1:00 pm. 

 

Registration


DINNER

Price: 25 euros

Payment: Credit card

Buy: 

The organization commite will make a dinner reservation for the first night; the cost of this meal is not included on the register fee. If you'd like to purchase the dinner we offer, the price is 25 euros. This value must be directed to this bank account:

Bank: La Caixa
Account No: ES64 2100 4236 14 2200003795

You should include "METAPHORDINNER2018 for concept together with your name and surname" and send us an e-mail with a PDF that confirm the payment until Wednesday at 1:00 pm. 

 


Patronos
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Información de contacto

bego

Begoña Andrés Sanchéz
Teléfono: 964 38 72 22
jornadas@fue.uji.es


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