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AISB event Bulletin Item

FINAL CALL FOR PAPERS: "Social and Cultural Cognition", 15-26 July 2011, GERMANY

International Workshop & Summer School "Social and Cultural Cognition. An interdisciplinary investigation", Universitt zu Kln, Cologne (Germany)

The three components can be chosen independently:

(1)Research segment (July 15^th & 16^th ): International Workshop (Graduates &

(2)Public Evening Lectures (July 18^th -- 21^st )

(3)Intercultural Studies (July 17^th -26^th ) for BA- and MA-Students

Keynote Speakers (Workshop)

Gary Bente (Kln)
Shaun Gallagher (Orlando/Florida)
Shihui Han (Peking)
Albert Newen (Bochum)
Jon Shah (Jlich)
Kai Vogeley (Kln)

Call for Papers and posters (Workshop only):

Master-, PhD-students and postdocs are invited to submit papers or posters on topics related to 
the main topic of the conference.

Paper submissions must be appropriate for short talks of 20 min. for a total 30 min session.

Papers may not exceed 2500 words including an abstract of 150 words.

Posters should be directly submitted or be described by an abstract of 500 words.

Submissions are to be sent to Robert Schtze (

*Submission deadline: June 4th, 2011*

Financial Support: Selected speakers receive a financial support of 150 Euro (resp. up to 200 
Euro if they come from outside Germany) on the basis of receipts for travelling and accomodation. 
Selected poster presenters receive a financial support of 100 Euro (resp. up to 150 Euro if they 
come from outside Germany) on the basis of receipts for travelling and accomodation.

For further information, please consult our website: 

Scientific Oranization:

Prof. Gary Bente (Kln)
Prof. Kai Vogeley (Kln)
Prof. Albert Newen (Bochum)

The Summer School is part of the project "Social Information Processing and Culture", supported by 
the Volkswagen-Stiftung.