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Forceville, Charles, and Billy Clark (2014). “Can pictures have explicatures?” Linguagem em (Dis)curso 14(3): 451-472

  Can pictures have explicatures? NB This text has no pictures; for the complete text, with pictures, access: http://www.portaldeperiodicos.unisul.br/index.php/Linguagem_Discurso/article/view/2592/1885   Charles Forceville[1] Billy Clark[2]   Abstract: This paper considers the question of whether pictures can be understood to give rise … Continue reading

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Applying Theories of Irony to Short Animation by Esmeralda Bon

Applying Theories of Irony to Short Animation Esmeralda Bon (Esmeralda.bon@student.uva.nl) The proposed paper will present an investigation into the presentation of irony in short animations without verbal narration. By applying and, when necessary, extending Sperber and Wilson’s echoic mention  theory, … Continue reading

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Looking for the link between pictorial metaphor and argument from analogy in advertising by Chiara Pollaroli

Adventures in Multimodality (AIM) research meeting 16 May 2014 Chiara Pollaroli University of Lugano (Switzerland). Looking for the link between pictorial metaphor and argument from analogy in advertising Many studies have shown that advertising makes extensive use of metaphors represented … Continue reading

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Metaphors we design by: The use of metaphors in product design by Nazli Cila

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Title: Metaphors we design by: The use of metaphors in product design  Nazli Cila, TU Delft (N.Cila@tudelft.nl, http://www.io.tudelft.nl/en/organisation/personal-profiles/phd-candidates/cila-n/ Abstract for AIM presentation 7-3-’14 Imagine a coffee maker that subtly references the serving gesture of a butler (figure 1) or a … Continue reading

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The smell of rest and the taste of love by John M. R. Dahl.

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Title: The smell of rest and the taste of love. Analysing olfactory and gustatory metaphor in theatre. John M. R. Dahl (john.dahl@student.uva.nl) Abstract for AIM presentation 7-3-‘14 Research on multimodal metaphor has hitherto not been concerned with olfactory or gustatory … Continue reading

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Cognitive stylistics and multi modality –Anita Naciscione

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AIM-meeting Friday 14 February 2014, 16.30-18.00 hrs Anita Naciscione | Latvian Academy of Culture | naciscione.anita@gmail.com| http://www.naciscione.com Abstract “Cognitive stylistics and multimodality” It is revealing to explore the representation of figurative thought not only in verbal, but also in visual discourse. … Continue reading

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“Embodied identity in werewolf films of the 1980s” for special issue ”The Moving Image and the Embodied Mind” of Image [&] Narrative 15 (1). Guest editors: Maarten Coëgnarts & Peter Kravanja).

The following is a post-print version of a paper that will be published in the online journal Image [&] Narrative. If you want to quote from it verbatim, please check the published version. The bibliographic details hitherto known are as … Continue reading

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