Program

Contents

  1. 1 This page will be Under Construction until the conference. Last updated: 2017-06-08
  2. 2 Social Program
  3. 3 Plenary Academic Program
    1. 3.1 Location: main lecture hall of the Law Building
    2. 3.2 Friday, 9 June 2017
    3. 3.3 Saturday, 10 June 2017
    4. 3.4 Sunday, 11 June 2017
  4. 4 Parallel & Poster Academic Sessions
    1. 4.1 Friday, 9 June 2017, 3-5:30pm, Parallel Sessions
      1. 4.1.1 Panel 1, Room B01 Blending, Metaphor, & Metonymy in Multimodal Communication. Chair: Inés Olza.
      2. 4.1.2 Panel 2, Room E26 Discourse & interaction 1. Chair: Paolo Caponetto
      3. 4.1.3 Panel 3, Room 104 Multimodality & Creative Expression. Chair: Anna Bonifazi
      4. 4.1.4 Panel 4, Room 106 Concepts & Form. Chair Javier Valenzuela
      5. 4.1.5 Panel 5, Room 107 Body, Face, Gesture, Space 1. Chair: Alan Cienki
      6. 4.1.6 Panel 6, Room E25 Media, Word, Image. Chair: Line Engh
      7. 4.1.7 Panel 7, Room 215 Multimodality, Gesture, and Space. Chair: Leonid Berov
    2. 4.2 Saturday, 10 June 2017, 12:30-1:30pm, Poster Session. Location: foyer outside the main lecture hall
    3. 4.3 Saturday, 10 June 2017, 2:30-5:30pm, Parallel Sessions
      1. 4.3.1 Panel 8, Room B01 CREATIME: Creativiy and cognition in the representation of time across modalities. Chair: Anders Hougaard.
      2. 4.3.2 Panel 9, Room E26 Poetics & Artforms 1. Chair: Marianna Bolognesi
      3. 4.3.3 Panel 10, Room 104 Multimodality & Culture. Chair: Jeremy Page
      4. 4.3.4 Panel 11, Room 106 Social Media & Art. Chair: Kimberley Grogan
      5. 4.3.5 Panel 12, Room 107 Body, Face, Gesture, Space 2. Chair: Marie-Louise Brunner
      6. 4.3.6 Panel 13, Room E25 TV, news, documentaries, & advertising. Chair: Karen Pearlman
      7. 4.3.7 Panel 14, Room 215 Methods 1. Chair: Stefan Diemer
    4. 4.4 Sunday, 11 June 2017, 2:30-4:30pm, Parallel Sessions
      1. 4.4.1 Panel 15, Room B01 Multimodal expression patterns. Chair: Olga Iriskhanova
      2. 4.4.2 Panel 16, Room E26 Methods 2. Chair: Wiebke Ahlers
      3. 4.4.3 Panel 17, Room 104 Methods 3. Chair: Alexander Bergs
      4. 4.4.4 Panel 18, Room 106 Discourse & interaction 2. Chair: Michael Borkent
      5. 4.4.5 Panel 19, Room 107 Body, Face, Gesture, Space 3. Chair: Anna Piata
      6. 4.4.6 Panel 20, Room E25 Poetics & Artforms 2. Chair: Tonia Sperling
      7. 4.4.7 Panel 21, Room 215 Constructions. Chair: Jacek Woźny
      8. 4.4.8 Panel 22a, Room 105 Part 1 Multimodal Communication & Psychology. Chair: Mariangela Albano
      9. 4.4.9 Panel 22b, Room 105 Part 2 Metaphor & Metonymy. Chair: Mariangela Albano

This page will be Under Construction until the conference. Last updated: 2017-06-08

Social Program


The conference dinner is Friday night, 9 June, beginning 7:30pm at the brewery Rampendahl (http://www.rampendahl.de/).

It includes a buffet with a variety of warm and cold dishes (including vegetarian) and beverages.

If you have any food allergies or intolerances, please let us know during the registration process.


Plenary Academic Program

Location: main lecture hall of the Law Building

Friday, 9 June 2017


9am-1pm            Registration

1-1:30pm            Conference Opening

1:30-2:30pm     Plenary Talk 1.     Francis Steen.  "On establishing an integrated research agenda and workflow for multimodal communication." Chair: Anna Pleshakova

2:30-3pm           Coffee Break

3-5:30pm           Parallel Sessions. See below for details.

5:30-6pm         Coffee Break

6-7pm                Plenary Talk 2.     Mehul Bhatt.  “Minds, Media, Mediated Interaction: On AI and Spatial Cognition for Human Behavioural Research.” Chair: Mark Turner

7:30-                    Conference Dinner


Saturday, 10 June 2017


10:30-11:20am          Plenary methods workshop 1. Mark Turner. “Red Hen tools for the study of multimodal constructions.” Chair: Francis Steen.

11:20-11:50am           Coffee Break

12pm-12:50pm          Plenary methods workshop 2. Jakob Suchan. "Computational Cognitive Vision for Human-Behaviour Interpretation." Chair: Francis Steen/ Mark Turner

1-1:30pm                   Poster Session

1-2:30pm                    Lunch Break

2:30-5:30pm             Parallel Sessions. See below for details.

5:30-6pm                  Coffee Break

6-7pm                        Plenary talk 3.     Harald Baayen. "Integrating acoustic and visual information with discriminative learning." Chair: Mark Turner


Sunday, 11 June 2017

9:15am         Coffee, tea, & water!

9:30-10:20am              Plenary methods workshop 3. Peter Uhrig. "Researching co-speech gesture in NewsScape – an integrated workflow for retrieval, annotation, and analysis." Chair: Francis Steen/ Mark Turner

10:20-11am                 Coffee Break

11-11:50am                   Plenary methods workshop 4. Silva Ladewig and Jana Bressem. "Methods of Gesture Analysis—analyzing multimodality from a cognitive-linguistic perspective." Chair: Francis Steen/ Mark Turner

12-1pm                          Plenary talk 4. Thomas Hoffmann.  “Multimodal Communication – Multimodal Constructions?” Chair: Alex Bergs

1-2:30pm                      Lunch Break

2:30-4:30pm               Parallel Sessions. See below for details.

4:30-5pm                    Coffee Break

5-6pm                           Plenary talk 5. Eve Sweetser.  "Viewpoint, creativity, and convention in multimodal constructions." Chair: Francis Steen

6-6:15pm                      Conference closing


Parallel & Poster Academic Sessions

Parallel Academic Sessions occur on each of the three days of the conference.

9 June, 3-5:30, 7 panels with up to 5 speakers each

10 June, 2:30-5:30, 7 panels with up to 6 speakers each

11 June, 2:30-4:30, 8 panels with up to 4 speakers each. (Panel 22 is split into 2 subpanels.)

Green indicates a slot at present open.

Chairs of parallel sessions are asked to:

  1. Introduce each speaker very briefly: Name, Affiliation, Title of Talk.

  2. Keep time. With transitions and Q&A, each speaker is likely to have 22-23 minutes to talk.  Please make signs or use a tablet to signal to each speaker the remaining minutes for the presentation preceding the Q&A: e.g. 5 minutes, 3 minutes, 1 minute, stop.

  3. Instruct speakers to disconnect technology before their Q&A begins; the next speaker, unbidden but perhaps with a reminder from the chair if needed, should come to the front promptly at the beginning of the previous speaker's Q&A to set up presentation technology (if any), so that as little time as possible will be exhausted on tech fiddles during transitions. Speakers are asked to rehearse their technology in advance of the conference to iron out wrinkles.

  4. Alert student tech assistants to problems.

  5. Check at the beginning of the session that student help has supplied water.


Friday, 9 June 2017, 3-5:30pm, Parallel Sessions

Panel 1, Room B01 Blending, Metaphor, & Metonymy in Multimodal Communication. Chair: Inés Olza.

3pm: Pleshakova, Anna (University of Oxford): "Viewpoint Construction in Russian Media: 'A Right to Voice One's Opinion'."

3:30pm: Wozny, Jacek (University of Wroclaw): "Multimodal blending in meaning construction of Polish "chodzi o" and Czech "jde o" ('it is about')"

4pm: Mendes de Oliveira, Milene (University of Potsdam): "Blended classic joint attention in user-created Youtube videos"

4:30pm: Colautti, Jesse (University of British Columbia): "The Lord of the White House: Blending fictive narratives with reality in multimodal memes and gifs"

5pm: Mierzwinska-Hajnos, Agnieszka (Maria Curie-Skłodowska University): "When Music does not Need Words: Multimodality in Walt Disney’s Fantasia. A Conceptual Blending Analysis."

Panel 2, Room E26 Discourse & interaction 1. Chair: Paolo Caponetto

3pm: Menke, Peter (Universität Paderborn): "'Es war einmal' - A multimodal corpus of a collaborative storytelling card game"

3:30pm: Pfaender, Stefan (University of Freiburg): "Synchronization in Embodied Interaction: Collaborative Utterances"

4pm: Augustyn, Rafał (Maria Curie-Skłodowska University): "Verbo-audio-visual ensembles in science communication"

4:30pm:

5pm:

Panel 3, Room 104 Multimodality & Creative Expression. Chair: Anna Bonifazi

3pm: Colín Rodea, Marisela & Mihaela Mihaeliescu (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México): "Modes and submodes in Mihai Eminescu’s literary work"

3:30pm: Bolek, Elwira (Maria Curie-Skłodowska University): "Play on signs and meanings in Polish artistic theatre posters"

4pm: Hsu, Hui-Chieh; Kurt Feyaerts & Geert Brône (KU Leuven): "The hand, the eye, and the bow: Embodied multimodal depicting in cello master classes"

4:30pm: Page, Jeremy (Macquarie University): "'The Michelangelo of Flow’: Revised Methods for Visualising Rhythmic Synchronicity in Rap"

5pm: Pearlman, Karen (Macquarie University): "Cutting Rhythms: Editing and Cognition Beyond Continuity"

Panel 4, Room 106 Concepts & Form. Chair Javier Valenzuela

3pm: Hedblom, Maria M. & Oliver Kutz (Free University of Bozen-Bolzano): "Multi-modal Image Schemas"

3:30pm: Rosiński, Maciej (University of Warsaw): "A multimodal analysis of the emergence of geometrical concepts"

4pm: Jelec, Anna (Adam Mickiewicz University): "Grounding conceptualisation in bodily mimesis"

4:30pm: Berindeanu, Florian (Case Western Reserve University): "Deleuze beyond Language: Communication Between Semiotic and Pragmatics"

5pm:

Panel 5, Room 107 Body, Face, Gesture, Space 1. Chair: Alan Cienki

3pm: Hubbard, Amy L. (German Sport University Cologne): "Walk this way: How movement analysis is changing treatment options for one neuroclinical population"

3:30pm: Tong, Yao (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam): "Words accompanied by representational gestures, their grammatical categories and semantic fields: A corpus-linguistic approach"

4pm: Stave, Matthew & Eric Pederson (University of Oregon): "When does a nod mean ”Yes”? The timing of back-channel head gestures during narration"

4:30pm: Rominger, Christian (University of Graz); Kurt Feyaerts (University of Leuven); Helmut K. Lackner (University of Graz); Geert Brône (University of Leuven); Bert Oben (University of Leuven) & Ilona Papousek (University of Graz): "In your face? Exploring multimodal resonance patterns involving facial responses to verbal and gestural stance-taking expressions"

5pm: Iriskhanova, Olga  (Moscow State Linguistic University & RAS Moscow) & Olga Prokofyeva (Moscow State Linguistic University): "Focusing in visual perception, speech and gestures: А multimodal analysis of oral descriptive discourse in Russian"

Panel 6, Room E25 Media, Word, Image. Chair: Line Engh

3pm: Hougaard, Anders (University of Southern Denmark): "Hyperembodiment in Multimodal Instant Picture Messaging"

3:30pm: Lou, Adrian (University of British Columbia): "Internet Memes as Multimodal Similes: A Cognitive Linguistic Analysis"

4pm: Bolognesi, Marianna (University of Amsterdam): "Flickr Distributional Tagspace: Modeling the multimodal semantic information encoded in Flickr tags."

4:30pm Grogan, Kimberly L. (Case Western Reserve University): "Multimodality and Conceptual Blending: Political Graffiti Murals as a Form of Fictive Communication"

5pm: Arruda-Doná, Beatriz & Aline Pereira de Souza (State University of São Paulo): "The seduction of the image: an attractive way of constructing texts"

Panel 7, Room 215 Multimodality, Gesture, and Space. Chair: Leonid Berov

3pm: Avelar, Maíra (State University of Southwest Bahia) & Lilian Ferrari (Federal University of Rio de Janeiro): "Experiential Integration and Deixis: the discourse role of gestures"

3:30pm: Rekittke, Linn-Marlen (RWTH Aachen University): "Multimodal expressions of discontent: The role of interactive gestures in negotiating agreement during travel planning"

4pm: Hoetjes, Marieke (Radboud University Nijmegen): "The effect of gesture on fluency"

4:30pm: Brunner, Marie-Louise & Stefan Diemer (Saarland University & Trier University of Applied Sciences): "Developing a taxonomy of gestures in multimodal communication via Skype"

5pm:


Saturday, 10 June 2017, 12:30-1:30pm, Poster Session. Location: foyer outside the main lecture hall

  1. Stampoulidis, Georgios (Lund University): "Approaching Athenian Graffiti as a Multimodal Genre with GIS Application"

  2. Pleshakova, Anna & Xavier Laurent (University of Oxford): "Developing a Teaching Module on Research Methods for Multimodal Communication and Discourse Analyses"

  3. Keily, Holly (University at Buffalo): "The impact of memory limitation on gesture production"

  4. Alekseenko, Natalia (Moscow State Linguistic University): “Fictive Interaction from Multimodal Perspective”

  5. Boll, Franziska (European University Viadrina Frankfurt (Oder)): "Intra- and interpersonal comparability of gestures and speech in consecutive interpreting"

  6. Marcantonio, Daniela (Università della Svizzera italiana): "Emblems across Culture. How Italian-Germans and German-Italians use their multimodal code."

  7. Makoveyeva, Alina (Moscow State Linguistic University): “FAMILY stereotype in adults' and children's spoken discourse in Russian: A multimodal study”

  8. Gilquin, Gaëtanelle (Université catholique de Louvain): "NESSI: A multimodal corpus of New Englishes"

  9. Czeszumski, Artur (Osnabrück University); Chiara Carrera (Osnabrück University); Basil Wahn (Osnabrück University) & Peter König (Osnabrück University & University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf): "Does the social situation affect how we process feedback about our actions?"
  10. Krajcik, Chelsea (SOAS, London): "Placement and removal verbs in Joola Kujireray - using gesture to explore semantic information."


Saturday, 10 June 2017, 2:30-5:30pm, Parallel Sessions

Panel 8, Room B01 CREATIME: Creativiy and cognition in the representation of time across modalities. Chair: Anders Hougaard.

2:30pm: Págan Cánovas, Cristóbal (University of Navarra): Brief Introduction to CREATIME: Time in the Creative Mind

3pm: Alcaraz Carrión, Daniel (Lancaster University) & Javier Valenzuela (University of Murcia): "Temporal co-speech gestures: A comparison between spatial and non-spatial temporal expressions"

3:30pm: Gordejuela, Adriana (University of Navarra): "Film flashbacks and the conceptualization of time"

4pm: Piata, Anna (University of Geneva & University of Neuchâtel) & Cristina Soriano (University of Geneva): "Spatial representations of time and emotion: Evidence from PoetiCog"

4:30pm: Olza, Inés (University of Navarra); Javier Valenzuela (University of Murcia); Daniel Alcaraz Carrión (Lancaster University); Cristóbal Pagán Cánovas (University of Navarra): "The Red Hen Lab’s NewsScape Library and Gesture tagging in the CREATIME project: Methodology, theoretical implications and contribution to machine-learning"

5pm: Pagán Cánovas, Cristóbal (University of Navarra); Inés Olza (University of Navarra); Javier Valenzuela (University of Murcia): "Conceptual integration templates for time: converging evidence from big multimodal data"


Panel 9, Room E26 Poetics & Artforms 1. Chair: Marianna Bolognesi

2:30pm: Suchan, Jakob & Mehul Bhatt (University of Bremen): "Obsessed by Symmetry: A Multi-Modal Study on the Perception and Interpretation of Symmetry in the Films of Wes Anderson"

3pm: Berov, Leonid (Osnabrück University): "Mental Simulation for Multi-Modal Story Telling"

3:30pm: Krug, Maximilian (University of Duisburg-Essen): "Rehearsing in theatre: Collective achievement of an interactional system through the coordination of multiple activities"

4pm: Císlerová, Eva (Czech Technical University in Prague): “Architecture: Language and Paralanguage”

4:30pm: Lüdtke, Jana & Arthur M. Jacobs (Freie Universität Berlin): "‘QNAing’ Shakespeare: Tools and predictions for neurocognitive poetics"

5pm: Liao, Zhenggang (Jilin University): "The Cognitive Interpretation of Basic Color  Words in the Yellow Emperor Bible"

Panel 10, Room 104 Multimodality & Culture. Chair: Jeremy Page

2:30pm: Jurewicz, Joanna (Warsaw University): "The Dancing Śiva and the Work of Mind. Cognitive Analysis of the Religious Image"
3pm: Wabende, Scholastica (Moi University): "Gender and Power as Constructed in Bukusu Circumcision Discourses"
3:30pm : Paliichuk, Elina (Borys Grinchenko Kyiv University): "Human Trafficking Media Representation: An Iconic Perspective"
4pm: Bilkic, Maida (University of Bern): "Sensing the war: The multimodal production of public memory in Bosnia-Herzegovina"

4:30pm:

5pm:

Panel 11, Room 106 Social Media & Art. Chair: Kimberley Grogan

2:30pm: Sadowska-Dobrowolska, Katarzyna (University of Maria-Curie Skłodowska): "Multimodality in the translation of humour in comics"

3pm: Ibrahim, Wesam Mohamed Abdel Khalek (Tanta University): "A Mulitmodal Analysis of Political Cartoons in Post-Revolution Egypt"

3:30pm:Libura, Agnieszka (Wrocław University): ""Any Minuten now... Wörk!" Playing with stereotypes in Polandball memes"

4pm: Borkent, Mike (SSHRCC Postdoctoral Visiting Fellow; University of Calgary): "Multimodality and Medium-specificity: The Case of Temporal Inferences in Comics"

4:30pm: Albano, Mariangela (University Sorbonne Nouvelle, Paris 3): "Adaptive memory in case of linguistic contamination: a comparison of the reception of TV News in France after FIFA World Cup in 2014 and after November 2015 Paris attacks"

5pm: Horst, Dorothea (European University Viadrina, Frankfurt (Oder)): "The embodied and multimodal dynamics of metaphor in campaign commercials"

Panel 12, Room 107 Body, Face, Gesture, Space 2. Chair: Marie-Louise Brunner

2:30pm: Schönherr, Beatrix (Universität Innsbruck): "Some Functions of Prosody and Gesture in Conversations on Stage"

3pm: Ambrus, Laura (Eötvös Loránd University): "The role of gestures in the interpretation of digital memes"

3:30pm: Trujillo, James P. (Radboud University Nijmegen); Julija Vaitonyté (Radboud University Nijmegen); Irina Simanova (Radboud University Nijmegen); Harold Bekkering (Radboud University Nijmegen) & Asil Özyürek (Radboud University Nijmegen & Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics): "Kinect and gesture research: a validation study of automatic feature coding"

4pm: Sukhova, Natalya Vitalyevna (Lomonosov Moscow State University; National University of Science and Technology "MISiS",

Institute of Linguistics, Russian Academy of Sciences.) & Yulia Vladimirovna Nikolaeva (Lomonosov Moscow State University. Institute of Linguistics, Russian Academy of Sciences.): "On Defining Cephalic Gesture Categories"

4:30pm:

5pm:

Panel 13, Room E25 TV, news, documentaries, & advertising. Chair: Karen Pearlman

2:30pm: Jaki, Sylvia (University of Hildesheim): "Extending the notion of documentary: A multimodal analysis of the docudrama series Roman Empire: Reign of Blood (2016)"

3pm: Fonseca, Paula  (Polytechnic Institute of Viseu & Centre for the Study of Education, Technologies and Health) & Esther Pascual (Zhejiang University): "Reality, Fiction and Fictivity: Multimodal interaction blends in The Daily Show with Jon Stewart"

3:30pm: Vajrabhaya, Prakaiwan (RWTH Aachen University): "Not so smooth criminal: Pointing gestures in crime news report in Thai newspapers"

4pm:

4:30pm: Cichmińska, Monika (University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn, Poland): "Global and local multimodal metaphors in (television) series"

5pm:

Panel 14, Room 215 Methods 1. Chair: Stefan Diemer

2:30pm: Giangreco, Ivan; Luca Rossetto; Claudiu Tanase; Heiko Schuldt (University of Basel): "vitrivr: A Multimedia Search System supporting Multimodal Interactions"

3pm: Gonzalez-Marquez, Monica & Jerome Bergmann (RWTH-Aachen University): "MsquareC: A Python tool for coding multi-method data"

3:30pm: Shukla, Abhinav (IIIT Hyderabad & CCExtractor) & Carlos Fernandez (CCExtractor): "CCExtractor - Towards extracting all international formats of caption text and building a holistic subtitle processing tool"

4pm: De Smedt, Tom (Textgain); Guy De Pauw (Textgain) & Walter Daelemans (university of Antwerp): "Real-time text mining applications"

4:30pm: Brenger, Bela; Daniel Schüller; Christain Beecks & Irene Mittelberg (RWTH Aachen University): "Methods and tools for motion-capture data analysis: Advances in exploiting multimodal corpora"

5pm:  Brône, Geert; Bert Oben & Kurt Feyaerts (University of Leuven): "The grounding function of eye gaze in interactional humor. A corpus-based study using eye-tracking data"


Sunday, 11 June 2017, 2:30-4:30pm, Parallel Sessions

Panel 15, Room B01 Multimodal expression patterns. Chair: Olga Iriskhanova

2:30pm: Cienki, Alan (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam & Moscow State Linguistic University): "Utterance Construction Grammar (UCxG): An approach to constructions as variably multimodal"

3pm: Hirrel, Laura (University of New Mexico): "Multimodal Constructions Incorporating Cyclic Gestures and Finger-spread Handshapes"

3:30pm:   Kibrik, Andrej A. (Russian Academy of Sciences & Lomonosov Moscow State University); Olga V. Fedorova (Lomonosov Moscow State University & Russian Academy of Sciences) & Julia V. Nikolaeva (Lomonosov Moscow State University & Russian Academy of Sciences): "Russian multichannel discourse"

4pm: Lelandais, Manon & Gaëlle Ferré (University of Nantes): "The multimodal expression of subordination in spontaneous conversation"

Panel 16, Room E26 Methods 2. Chair: Wiebke Ahlers

2:30pm: Nirme, Jens & Henrik Garde (Lund University): “Computational camera placement optimization improves motion capture data quality”

3pm: Pollaroli, Chiara (Università della Svizzera italiana): “An integrated method for the analysis of multimodal tropes and their argumentative-rhetorical function”

3:30pm:

4pm:

Panel 17, Room 104 Methods 3. Chair: Alexander Bergs

2:30pm: He, Xu (Jacobs University Bremen): "Audio Processing Pipeline for NewsScape Datasets."

3pm:  Gullapuram, Shruti (IIIT Hyderabad & Red Hen Lab) & Abhinav Shukla (IIIT Hyderabad & CCExtractor): "News Shot Classification and Affect Recognition in Videos"

3:30pm: House, David (KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm); Gilbert Ambrazaitis (Lund University); Simon Alexanderson (KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm); Otto Ewald (Lund University) & Anneliese Kelterer (Lund University): "Temporal organization of eyebrow beats, head beats and syllables in multimodal signaling of prominence"

4pm: De Beugher, Stijn (KU Leuven Eavise): "A semi-automatic annotation tool for unobtrusive gesture analysis"

Panel 18, Room 106 Discourse & interaction 2. Chair: Michael Borkent

2:30pm: Lackner, Helmut K. (University of Graz); Ilona Papousek (University of Graz); Christian Rominger (University of Graz); Geert Brône (University of Leuven); Bert Oben (University of Leuven) & Kurt Feyaerts (University of Leuven): "Mapping patterns of interactive alignment in and across verbal and physiological behaviour. An empirical study."

3pm: Müller-Viezens, Johannes (TU Chemnitz): "Performing speech under copresence - Multimodal communication and its conceptualizing in face-to-face role-playing games"

3:30pm: Senkbeil, Karsten (University of Hildesheim): "Multimodality in intercultural communication: a cognitive-pragmatic approach to intercultural transfers of multimodal cultural texts"

4pm:

Panel 19, Room 107 Body, Face, Gesture, Space 3. Chair: Anna Piata

2:30pm: Micklos, Ashley (Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics): "Multimodal repair initiation in silent gesture communication games: Eye gaze, facial expressions, and timing"

3pm: Jehlicka, Jakub & Eva Leheckova (Charles University Prague): "Functions of beat gestures in spontaneous interaction: evidence from English and Czech"

3:30pm: Zima, Elisabeth (University of Freiburg); Geert Brône (University of Leuven) & Clarissa Weiß (University of Freiburg): "On the role of eye gaze in competition for talk. Simultaneous starts in triadic interactions."

4pm:

Panel 20, Room E25 Poetics & Artforms 2. Chair: Tonia Sperling

2:30pm: Bonifazi, Anna (University of Stuttgart): "The multimodal poetics of weeping from Homer to the Beatles"

3pm:  Engh, Line Cecilie (The Norwegian Institute in Rome & University of Oslo): "Transforming Group Identities through Liturgy"

3:30pm: Caponetto, Paolo G. & Elisabetta Vinci (University of Catania): "Multimodality and Cultural Heritage: the Lamberto Puggelli's archive and the 'Teatro Machiavelli'"

4pm:

Panel 21, Room 215 Constructions. Chair: Jacek Woźny

2:30pm: Ferre, Gaelle (University of Nantes): "Weather Reports as Multimodal Constructions"

3pm: Hampe, Beate (University of Erfurt); Irene Mittelberg (RWTH Aachen); Mark Turner (Case Western Reserve University) & Peter Uhrig (University of Erlangen): "Multimodal constructions? There-constructions ‘in the wild‘"

3:30pm: Averina, Anna (Moscow Teacher Training University): "Modal particles in combination with modal words as multimodal constructions in German"

4pm:

Panel 22a, Room 105 Part 1 Multimodal Communication & Psychology. Chair: Mariangela Albano

2:30pm: Vasiliki Kondyli (University of Bremen); Mehul Bhatt (University of Bremen) & Jakob Suchan (University of Bremen): "People-centred design precedents for wayfinding. Learning from multi-modal analysis of visuo-locomotive experience."

3pm: Wahn, Basil (Osnabrück University) & Peter König (Osnabrück University & University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf): "Is Attentional Resource Allocation Across Sensory Modalities Task-Dependent?"

Panel 22b, Room 105 Part 2 Metaphor & Metonymy. Chair: Mariangela Albano

3:30pm: Pereira de Souza, Aline & Beatriz Arruda-Doná (State University of São Paulo): "Metaphor and metonymy providing text comprehension"

4pm: