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Programme for the pre-conference workshops and paper presentations

Tuesday, September 11th

09.30-14.00 10.00-10.15 10.15-12.45 Conference registration Room: O94 Welcome to the workshops Stephen J. Cowley Sune V. Steffensen Room: O99

Problem-finding and problem-solving interactivity in professional contexts Organisers: Per Linell, Sarah B. Pedersen & Astrid Jensen Room: O95 Interactivity in Categorisation, Problem Solving and Decision Making Organiser: Frdric Valle-Tourangeau Room: O98 Distributed Cognition and Language Origin Part I Organiser: Nataliya Abieva Room: O96 Lunch break Room: O99

Pre-conference workshops Morning sessions



Dynamic Psycholinguistics Organiser: Joanna Rczaszek-Leonardi Room: O95 Second Language Development Organiser: Dongping Zheng Room: O98

Pre-conference workshops Afternoon sessions

Text, Agency & Society Organisers: Steven Breunig & Christian M. Johannessen Room: O97


Get-together reception


Distributed Cognition and Language Origin Part II Organiser: Nataliya Abieva Room: O96

Room: U140

Wednesday, September 12th

09.00-09.15 Opening ceremony Steffen N. Lund (Head of Institute of Language and Communication) Sune V. Steffensen (Chair of the Organizing Committee) Alexander Kravchenko From the language myth to the ecology of languaging Robert Port What is a language if not a code? Coffee break

09.15-09.45 09.45-10.15 10.15-10.45 11.15-11.45 11.45-12.15 12.15-13.30 13.30-14.00 14.00-14.30 14.30-15.00 15.00-15.30 15.30-16.30 10.45-11.15

Distributed foundations of interactivity, language and cognition

Stephen J. Cowley One world, two orders: Simplexity in language and cognition

Per Linell Pragmatics First, and Linguistic Analysis Afterwards

Methodological challenges in the study of interactivity

Sarah B. Pedersen & Per Linell Sense-making in interactivity and its methodological challenges Lunch break Nigel Love Linguistic phenomena of the third kind

Order, grammar and reasoning in interactivity

Jens K. Madsen An embodied approach to reasoning and persuasion Evie Fioratou & Jen Martin Interactivity matters in the development & evaluation of medical devices

Interactivity and distributed cognition in medical contexts

Luciana S. Garbayo Distributed cognition and the problem of impaired social and biological coordination: a reflection on the comatose patient-physician communication Coffee break and poster presentations


16.30-17.00 17.00-17.30 17.30-18.00 18.30

Paul J. Thibault Interactivity, Dialogism, and Reflexivity: Implications for the distributed view of languaging Feifei Zhou Languaging and agency: DLG and Integrationism in dialogue Bent H. Hemmingsen The Permeating Presence of the Immediate Now

Interactivity and the agent: Issues of agency, temporality and reflexivity

Founding General Assembly: International Society for the Study of Interactivity, Language and Cognition Room: O95

Thursday, September 13th

Room: U140

09.00-09.30 09.30-10.00 10.00-10.30 10.30-11.00

David Kirsh How cognition is distributed, situated and embodied Frdric Valle-Tourangeau & Galle Villejoubert Naturalising problem solving Coffee break

Interactivity, distributed cognition and real-world problem solving

Evelyn Bergmann, Linn Gralla & Carsten Gondorf Wayfinding and Object Assembly - Investigating Real-World problems via Think Aloud Protocols

11.00-11.30 11.30-12.00 12.00-12.30 13.45-14.15 14.15-14.45 14.45-15.15 15.15-15.45 12.30-13.45

Joanna Rczaszek-Leonardi, Franciszek Rakowski, Marcin Kurczych, Alicja Radkowska & Dariusz Plewczyski Stability of interaction as a turn-taking dynamics

Interactivity stabilizing: Experimental approaches

Gregory Mills Conventionalized noise: The evolution of miscommunication in dialogue Kristian Tyln & Riccardo Fusaroli Neurocognitive perspectives on collective meaning construction Lunch break

Bert Hodges Distributing the goods: Thinking and conversing as social, pragmatic, and values-realizing activities Christian M. Johannessen Graphic articulation Coffee Break Lauri Jrvilehto Dual Processing and the Extended Mind

Ecological or extended? Conversing, drawing and thinking on the inside out

16.15-16.45 16.45-17.15 17.15-17.45 19.30-23.00

Morten Tnnessen Beyond the anthropocentric (aka linguistic) mistake: Languaging as if nature mattered Dennis P. Waters The Interplay of Languaging and Literacy: Clues from an RNA World Joo C. Major We are not born human

Conference dinner at Restaurant Kvgtorvet



David A. Leavens Animal Language Studies: A Review

Human interactivity in a natural world: Lessons from animals, genes and biosemiosis

Room: U140

Friday, September 14th

09.00-09.30 09.30-10.00 10.00-10.30 11.00-11.30 11.30-12.00 12.00-12.30 13.45-14.15 14.15-14.45 14.45-15.15 15.15-15.45 15.45-16.15 12.30-13.45 10.30-11.00

Steve Thorne Designing for Interactivity: Languaging, Place, and Semiotic Agility Ahmed F. Badran Collaborative verbal interaction and L2 lexical acquisition Coffee break

Interactivity-oriented approaches to second language development

Shi Dan A Distributed View of the Pedagogic Recontextualization of Literary Texts in L2 Tertiary Settings

Dongping Zheng Why virtual worlds matter for language, cognition and learning Mark Thornberg Technological affordances for conversational practices Olga Karamalak Cognitive Dynamics of E-mail Correspondence Lunch break

Interactivity, Language and Cognition in virtual realities

Susan Duncan Multimodal Language Use: Descriptive Facts and Theoretical Models Thomas W. Jensen Metaphorising as a distributed phenomenon in human interactivity Iris Nomikou & Katharina J. Rohlfing Adapting the input collaboratively: the development of multimodal practices in early mother-infant interactions Ingar Brinck The many ways of referential behaviour Coffee break

Embodying interactivity: gesturing in cognition and interaction


Round table and closing remarks

16.15-17.15 Round table and closing remarks