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c. Presentations and media

  1. Hinnell, Jennifer, & Sally Rice. "The embodied marking of stance in North American English: Stacked and idiomatic".  In Dancygier, B., Rice, S. & Janzen, T. (Chairs), Stance-stacking in language and multimodal communication. Theme Session at 15th International Association of Cognitive Linguistics, Nishinomiya, Japan. August 2019.
  2. Hinnell, Jennifer. "The verbal-kinesic enactment of CONTRAST in North American English". International Symposium on Iconicity in Language and Literature, Lund, Sweden. May 2019.
  3. Red Hen Symposium on Narrative Blending and Scientific Communication.  2019-04-26. View the description and the recording.
  4. Hinnell, Jennifer. "Iconicity in the body: Signaling contrast in discourse". International Association for Cognitive Semiotics, Toronto, ON. July 2018.
  5. Hinnell, Jennifer and Sally Rice. “So, anyways, as I was saying…: The embodied marking of discourse junctures". Berkeley Linguistics Society (BLS). Berkeley, February 9, 2018.
  6. Turchyn, Sergiy. 2018. Gesture Annotation with a Visual Search Engine for Multimodal Communication Research. IAAI-18February 2018, New Orleans.
  7. Hinnell, Jennifer and Sally Rice. "...how shall I put it...: Parentheticals as multimodal, stance-marking constructions". Mapping Multimodal Dialogue (MaMuD IV). Frankfurt (Oder), Germany, November 2017.
  8. Hougaard, Anders. "Velkommen til din hyperverden!" ["Welcome to your hyperworld"]. Rønde Højskole, Denmark, 29 November 2017 and Uldum Højskole, Denmark 24 October 2017.
  9. Shukla, Abhinav; Gullapuram, Shruti et al. "Affect Recognition in Ads with Application to Computational Advertising", ACM International Conference on Multimedia 2017, Mountain View, CA, 23-27, October 2017.
  10. Hougaard, Anders. "Lad os komme videre fra Sokrates" ["Let's move on from Socrates"], feature article, Jyllands-Posten [major Danish newspaper], 22 August 2017
  11. Hougaard, Anders. Interview i Danish Radio 24syv, “Nothing has changed since Socrates” (in Danish) on "moral panic" in relation to new media. Sep. 6th 2017.
  12. Rice, Sally and Jennifer Hinnell. “...which, by the way...”: Multimodal marking of medial asides in North American English. International Cognitive Linguistics Conference, Tartu, Estonia. July 10-14, 2017.
  13. Hoffmann, Thomas. "Multimodal Communication – Multimodal Constructions?". Plenary lecture given at the International Conference on Multimodal Communication ICMC 2017. Osnabrück University, 9-11 June 2017.
  14. Hougaard, Anders. "Hyperembodiment". International Conference on Multimodal Communication. Osnabrück University, 9-11 June 2017.
  15. Hougaard, Anders. Feature article on "hyperexperientiality" in the major Danish newspaper Berlingske Tidende. 27th May 2017.
  16. Pleshakova, Anna & Mark Turner. “Viewpoint Blending in Russian and International Media.” Areas Studies, Oxford University. 27 April 2017.
  17. Turner, Mark. “Research Programs in the Red Hen Lab.” Communication Studies, Oxford University. 26 April 2017
  18. Hougaard, Anders. Interview about terror as a media phenomenon ,TV2 News, evening program, 9. april 2017.
  19. Hougaard, Anders. Interview for “Vi reagerer mere afdæmpet på terror“("We respond more moderately to terror") , Berlingske Tidende (major Danish newspaper), 8 april 2017
  20. Hougaard, Anders. Interview for “Vor tids autenticitet findes i selfies, Facebook og smartphones” ("The authenticity of our time is in selfies, Facebook and smartphones"). Berlingske Tidende (major Danish newspaper), 23 february 2017
  21. Turner, Mark. “Voice, Action, Gesture:  Theory and Tools for the Big Data Study of Multimodal Communication.  Computer Science/Spatial Cognition Program.  University of Bremen. 20 April 2017. 
  22. Hougaard, Anders. Interview in the culture program AK24syv in Radio 24/7 (major Danish radio station) about “hyperembodiment", 20th December 2016
  23. Turner, Mark. Three days of lectures, master classes, and consultations as the mentor of the Cognitive Humanities Stream Research Cultivation Workshop, Macquarie University. 12-14 December 2016. Sydney, Australia.
  24. Turner, Mark. Lectures in Poland, hosted by the Polish Cognitive Linguistics Association.  1. Advances in Construction Grammar. 2. Multimodal Construction Grammar. 3. The Origin of Ideas: Blending, Creativity, and the Human Spark. 4. Blending in Grammar and Communication. 5. Workshop with PCLA faculty on research projects. 22-29 October 2016
  25. Hinnell, Jennifer and Sally Rice. 'On the one hand… ': Opposition and optionality in the embodied marking of stance in North American English. 7th Conference of the International Society for Gesture Studies. Paris. 18 July, 2016.
  26. Wu, Suwei. Gesture in causative alternation. 7th Conference of the International Society for Gesture Studies. Universite Sorbonne Nouvelle, Paris, France.18-22 Jul 2016.
  27. Hougaard, Anders. "The Vegetative Mind". Center for Human Interactivity. University of Southern Denmark, May 2016
  28. Turner, Mark. Cyberinfrastructure for the study of multimodal communication—language, gesture, art. Cyberinfrastructure Conference. Case Western Reserve University. 11 May 2016.
  29. Turner, Mark. Hands-on tutorial on new tools from the Distributed Little Red Hen Lab. International Workshop on Multimodal Construction Grammar. University of Osnabrück, 11 March 2016.
  30. Turner, Mark. Cyber & statistical tools for the study of speech gesture, iconography, and other systems of visual communication. International Workshop on Multimodal Construction Grammar. University of Osnabrück, 10 March 2016
  31. Hougaard, Anders. 2016. "The Flowing Human Being: a paradigm conflict of the 21st century". Research Meeting. Center for Semiotics, Aarhus University, 2nd March 2016.
  32. UCLA researchers use NewsScape archive to analyze human communication. Daily Bruin, UCLA, 4 February 2016.
  33. Turner, Mark.  Big Data Science for Multimodal Construction Grammar.  University of Oxford, Slavic Cognitive Linguistics Conference. 12 December 2015.
  34. Turner, Mark.  Workshop on multimodal communication 9am-1pm, University of Sheffield. 10 December 2015.
  35. Turner, Mark. Quantitative Techniques for Construction Grammar. Sixth Conference on Quantitative Investigations in Theoretical Linguistics. Tübingen. 6 November 2015.
  36. Rice, Sally, and Jennifer Hinnell. Head, shoulders, knees, and toes: The partitioning of the body in the embodied marking of stance. International Cognitive Linguistics Conference, Northumbria University, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK. 20-25 July 2015.
  37. Wu, Suwei. Multimodality of the Caused Motion Construction at 13th International Cognitive Linguistics Conference at the Newcastle University, the UK. 20th-26th July, 2015.
  38. Turner, Mark & Francis Steen.  Red Hen Natural Language Processing Workshop.  University of Navarra, Spain. 13 May 2015. (Click here to view the recording.)
  39. Zima, Elisabeth. On why speakers do (or don't) gesture when talking about circular paths of motion. Mind, Meaning, and Multimodality Workshop. University of Navarrra, Pamplona, 14.5.-15.5.2015 (oral and poster presentation)
  40. Chan, Kai. "Reading Metadata Between the Lines: Searching for Stories, People, Places and More in Television News". Lucene/Solr Revolution 2014 conference. Washington, District of Columbia. 13 November 2014.
  41. Zima, Elisabeth, Kurt Feyaerts, Paul Sambre, Geert Brône, Bert Oben, and Steven Schoonjans. "Accounting for Multimodality in Construction Grammar". Sixth International German Cognitive Linguistics Association Conference, Erlangen, 30.9.-2.10.2014 [co-organization of theme session on Multimodality in Construction Grammar]
  42. Cienki, Alan. "Repetitions in View of Talk as Variably Multimodal." Second International Conference on Discourse as Social Practice.  Moscow, 16-17 October 2014.
  43. Wu, Suwei and Alan Cienki. "Types of Multimodality in Transitive and Intransitive Constructions." Sixth International German Cognitive Linguistics Association Conference Erlangen, Germany, 30 September – 2 October 2014.
  44. Wu, Suwei & Alan Cienki. “The potential multimodality of Transitive, Intransitive and Copular Constructions”. Eighth International Conference on Construction Grammar. Osnabrück, Germany. 4-6 September 2014.
  45. Turner, Mark. "Grammar as a Multimodal System." Second International Conference on Discourse as a Social Practice.  Moscow, 16 October 2014. (Including a second Red Hen workshop.)
  46. Hougaard, Anders. 2014 . "The Emmediated Mind". The First Conference of the International Association for Cognitive Semiotics (IACS) Lund University, 25-27 September.
  47. Turner, Mark.  “Multimodal Construction Grammar.” Eighth International Conference on Construction Grammar.  Osnabrück, Germany. 4-6 September 2014. 
  48. Zima, Elisabeth and Steven Schoonjans. "The frequency issue in multimodal construction grammar." 8th International Conference on Construction Grammar. Osnabrück, 3. - 6.9.2014
  49. Bennett, Austin.  "Big Data Digital Humanities".  Joint Culture and Technology and CLARIN-D Summer School.  Leipzig, Germany.  21 July - 2 August, 2014.
  50. Cienki, Alan. "Symbolic Structures in Talk and the Dynamic Scope of Relevant Behaviors." 5th UK Cognitive Linguistics Conference. Lancaster, 29-31 July 2014.
  51. Wu, Suwei & Alan Cienki. “Transitivity and Gesture”. 6th Conference of the International Society for Gesture Studies. University of California, San Diego. 8-11 July 2014.
  52. Hinnell, Jennifer. "Multimodal aspectual constructions in North American English: A corpus analysis of aspect in co-speech gesture using Little Red Hen". International Society of Gesture Studies (ISGS). San Diego, USA. July 8-11, 2014.
  53. Wu, Suwei & Alan Cienki. “Linguistic structure, event structure and gesture”. 5th UK Cognitive Linguistics Conference. Lancaster University, United Kingdom. 29-31 July 2014.
  54. Rice, Sally, and Jennifer Hinnell. Inflection-specific gestural constructions in English: The case of the catenative auxiliary. International Society of Gesture Studies (ISGS). San Diego, USA. July 8-11, 2014. 
  55. Joo, Jungseock. Automated computer vision coding of eyes, nose, and mouth. vrNewsScape project demonstration. UCLA. 6 June 2014.
  56. Steen, Francis, Erik Bucy, and Tim Groeling. "Visual Analysis of News: Challenges and Opportunities." Annual meeting of the International Communication Association. Seattle. 25 May 2014.
  57. Olza, Inés, Cristóbal Pagán and Javier Valenzuela. Gesture and Multimodality: Research with the NewsScape Library of International Television News. 11th InternationalConference of General Linguistics. Pamplona, Spain. 21-23 May 2014.
  58. Broadwell, Peter, and Francis Steen. "The UCLA Library NewsScape Collection." UCLA. 22 May 2014.
  59. Turner, Mark. “Language, gesture, bodily stance: Studying Grammar as a Multimodal System in a Massive Database.” Conference on Word, Utterance, and Text. Chelyabinsk State University, Russian Federation. 21 May 2014.
  60. Turner, Mark. "Media and Mind: Studying Persuasion in a Massive Multimodal Database." Center for Cognitive Science, University of Niš, Serbia. 4 May 2014.
  61. Steen, Francis. "The NewsScape Project: Understanding the Media through a Multimodal Perspective." Institute for Digital Research and Education (IDRE), research profile. UCLA. 19 March 2014.
  62. Turner, Mark. "Speech, Gesture, Bodily Stance, Graphics, Music, and Media: Studying Multimodal Communication in a Massive Dataset." Baker-Nord Center for the Humanities, Case Western Reserve University. 18 March 2014.
  63. Keats, Robin. "Constant Content: The Humanities Go Digital" by Robin Keats, UCLA Magazine (includes interview with Francis Steen). 1 January 2014.
  64. Turner, Mark. "Story-telling and the Network News." Symposium on narrative and media. University of Freiburg. 22 November 2013.
  65. Hinnell, Jennifer. “Gestural iconicity in quantitative measures: a corpus study of English periphrastic auxiliaries.” Conference on Mapping Multimodal Dialogue. Aachen, Germany. 22 November 2013. 
  66. Hinnell, Jennifer. “Quantitative analysis of multimodal data. Methods workshop.” European University, Viadrina, Frankfurt an der Oder, Germany. 20 November 2013.
  67. Chan, Kai. "NewsScape, UCLA's International Television News Archive". Bruin Tech-a-Thon conference. UCLA. 19 November 2013.
  68. Wu, Suwei and Alan Cienki. Argument Structure Construction and clause structure in the interview discourse/Construction Grammar of spoken language. The Eighth Chinese Cognitive Linguistics Conference Kaifeng, China. 1-4 November, 2013.
  69. Turner, Mark. “The Multimodal Constructicon: A future for cognitive linguistics in the study of massive multimodal datasets.” Chinese Cognitive Linguistics Conference. Henan University. 2 November 2013. 
  70. Turner, Mark. “Multimodal Communication Research.” Southwest University, Chongqing, China. 29 October 2013. 
  71. Turner, Mark. “Computational Approaches to the Study of Communication in a Massive Multimodal Dataset.” Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST).  21 October 2013. 
  72. Turner, Mark. “The Style of Network News.” Conference of the Poetics and Linguistics Association. Heidelberg, Germany. 31 July-3 August 2013.
  73. Turner, Mark. “Cognitive Linguistics in Multimodal Datasets.” Summer School in Cognitive Linguistics. Bangor, Wales. 25 July 2013.
  74. Grappone, Todd. "Repository Solutions for Time-Based Media. Open Repositories 2013 conference. Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada. 9 July 2013.
  75. Zima, Elisabeth. "Multimodal construction grammar? Evidence from English motion and distance constructions". 3rd International Conference on Meaning Construction and Meaning Interpretation, Logrono, 18.- 20 July 2013
  76. Zima, Elisabeth. "English multimodal motion constructions. A construction grammar perspective." BKL Taaldag, Leuven, 11 May 2013.
  77. Haubrich, Nicholaus & Donald Turner. Presentation of Red Hen Research for a  Senior Research Project  at  Shaker Heights High School in Shaker Heights, Ohio, Spring 2013.  
  78. Turner, Mark. "Mind, Body, and Communication: Studying Multimodal Expression." Universidad Jorge Tadeo Lozano. Bogotá, Colombia. 12-17 May 2013. 
  79. Turner, Mark. “Mass Murder for the Media: The Breivik Case in Norway.” Public Discussion Group, Case Western Reserve University. Friday, 19 April 2013. 
  80. Turner, Mark. “Speaking, Gesture, Bodily Stance: Studying Multimodal Communication in a Massive Dataset.” Mahindra Humanities Center, Harvard University. 7-9pm, 28 March 2013.
  81. MacDonald, Roger. "UCLA Brings Light to the Undiscovered Country of Television News." Internet Archive Blog, 8 March 2013. 
  82. Turner, Mark. "An Empirical Laboratory for Multimodal Construction Grammar." Linguistics Colloquium. Freiburg Institute for Advanced Studies. 2-3pm, 23 January 2013.
  83. Grappone, Todd. "UCLA Broadcast News Archive." Coalition for Networked Information conference.  Washington, DC. 11-12 December 2012.
  84. Turner, Mark. "Cognitive Science of the Media." MIT. 29 November 2012. 
  85. Turner, Mark. "News Reports Datamining." Workshop on Populations & Crowds: Dynamics, Disruptions and their Computational Models. USC. 6-7 September 2012.
  86. Steen, Francis. "The News as a Social Process for Improving Society" -- Imagination, Computation, and Expression Laboratory (ICE Lab), Cognitive Media Studies, MIT, 6 September 2012 (slides). 
  87. Turner, Mark. "Workshop on Corpus-based Multimedia Analysis." A one-day module in the course on Experimental Methods in the Study of Cognition and Culture at the Aarhus Summer University. 7 August 2012. 
  88. Turner, Mark. “Statistical Work on Corpus-Based Multimodal Communication involving Language.”  Conference on Empirical Methods in Cognitive Linguistics.  Cleveland. 2 August 2012.
  89. Grappone, Todd. "UCLA Libraries Broadcast NewsScape" (Youtube). Open Repositories 2012: Non-Traditional Content. University of Edinburgh, Scotland. 12 July 2012.
  90. Turner, Mark. "Creativity and multimodality". The Eleventh Conference on Conceptual Structure, Discourse, and Language. 17-20 May 2012. 
  91. Turner, Mark. "Language, gesture, and audiovisual communication: A massive online database for researching multimodal constructions." The Eleventh Conference on Conceptual Structure, Discourse, and Language. 17-20 May 2012.
  92. Chan, Kai. "Television News Search and Analysis with Lucene/Solr". Lucene Revolution 2012 conference. Boston, Massachusetts. 10 May 2012.
  93. Turner, Mark. "Grammatical and Multimodal Constructions for Blended Joint Attention." University of Aarhus Center for Semiotics. 20 April 2012.
  94. Turner, Mark. "Computational Research on a Multimodal Corpus." University of Aarhus Center for Semiotics. 19 April 2012.
  95. Turner, Mark. "Blending and Advertising." University of Southern Denmark. 18 April 2012. 
  96. Turner, Mark. "All the news that's fit to watch: A new computational linguistics, or how to study a billion words and two hundred thousand hours of TV." USC Gould School of Law. Room 101. 12:30-1:30pm. 2 March 2012. 
  97. Turner, Mark. "How the Mind Makes the TV News." Department of Media and Communication, University of Oslo. 27 September 2011.
  98. Tong, Yao and Alan Cienki. “Action, metaphor and gesture: A comparison between referential gestures referring to concrete and abstract actions”. The 11th Conference of the Association for Researching And Applying Metaphor (RaAM11), Berlin, 1-4 July 2016.
  99. Tong, Yao and Cienki, Alan. Referential gestures and physical actions: A form-based analysis. The 7th Conference of the International Society for Gesture Studies (ISGS7), Paris, July 18th-22th, 2016.