Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian 8 | 9 | 10 May 2014
The conference Understanding and Misunderstanding has four main themes: concepts, communication, coordination and normativity. 5 keynote speakers join members and associate partners of the EuroUnderstanding collaborative research projects to offer their contribution to questions on the four themes:
- How do communicative processes give rise to shared understandings, and how do these processes vary between cultures?
- How do intercultural misunderstandings arise, and what are their consequences?
- How do cultural and historical processes, and cultural-cognitive models, impinge on individual cognition, cognitive development and the development of personal identity?
- How can intercultural communication be made more effective in diverse cultural contexts?
Simon Garrod University of Glasgow
Ulrike Heuer University of Leeds
Barbara Malt University of Lehigh
Local Organizing Committe:
Teresa Marques, Gonçalo Santos, José Manuel Mestre, Catarina Aguiar, Filipa Seabra, Carla Simões.
LanCog Research Group/Centro de Filosofia da Universidade de Lisboa.
Åsa Wikforss (University of Stockholm), Josef Perner (University of Salzburg), Günther Knoblich (Central European University), Teresa Marques (University of Lisbon), Anne Guehl and Sarah Moore (ESF).
Generously sponsored by: