C05: Frames and nominal word formation
Talks & Posters
Funding period: 01.07.2011 – 30.06.2015
The project aims at an innovative approach to the semantics of word formation within the theory frames under construction in the CRC and the theory of nominal concept types. The frame approach offers the possibility of underpinning the semantics of word meaning with a principled and powerful framework of decomposition and also with a framework for modeling the semantic processes involved in word formation as basic operations on frames. Applying the frame approach to nominal word formation contributes substantially to the theory of frames, in particular to the theory of the general operations that are available on lexical nominal frames.
Head of the project
Mattis List, Anselm Terhalle and Daniel Schulzek Traces of Embodiment in Chinese Character Formation. CMCLC Proceedings : Duesseldorf Unviersity Press. (in prep.)
Daniel Schulzek. A Frame Approach to Metonymical Processes in some common Types of German Word Formation. In: Gamerschlag, Thomas; Doris Gerland, Rainer Osswald and Wiebke Petersen. Frames and Concept Types: Duesseldorf Unviersity Press. [link]
Sebastian Löbner. Understanding semantics, 2nd edition. Chapter 12: Frames. New York & London Routledge. [link]
Nicolas Kimm, Daniel Schulzek & Anselm Terhalle. Functionality and Metonymy. In: Solovyev, Valery and Vladimir Polyakov. Cognitive Modeling in Linguistics. Cambridge Scholars Publishing: Cambridge, 23-44. [link]
Daniel Schulzek, Carina Füller & Peter Indefrey. Why Soup Spoons are Faster than Crystal Barrels. Talk presented at CTF’12. [slides/PDF]
Mattis List, Anselm Terhalle & Daniel Schulzek. Traces of Embodiment in Chinese Character Formation. Talk presented at the workshop Sensory-Motor Concepts in Language and Cognition (CMCLC) at the Heinrich Heine University Duesseldorf.
|25.-27.08.2014||Concept Types and Frames in Language, Cognition, and Science (CTF’14, all projects)|
|22.-24.08.2012||Concept Types and Frames in Language, Cognition, and Science (CTF’12, all projects)|