Elena Cuffari (Philosophy) was recently published in the current issue of Metaphor and Symbol. The article, titled “Doubleness in Experience: Toward a Distributed Enactive View of Metaphoricity,” offers a new account of metaphorical meaning as a distinct, emergent, and complexly co-authored aspect of the coordination processes that constitute social interaction.
Cuffari and her co-author also propose a new methodology for working with video data of real-time conversational interactions in institutional settings and for tracing the emergence of metaphor across participants and modalities.
The article is the outcome of a year-long collaborative work with Professor Thomas Wiben Jensen and a few research stays at the Center for Human Interactivity within the Department of Language and Communication at the University of Southern Denmark.
Velez Publishes Two Papers Related to Biodiversity in 'Invertebrate Systematics'
Sebastian Velez (Biology) published two papers and presented his work in Morelia, Mexico as follows: Vélez S., Férnandez, R., Giribet, G. (in press) A molecular phylogenetic approach to the New . . .