FiCLA - Suomen kognitiivisen kielentutkimuksen yhdistys





Finnish Cognitive Linguistics Association FiCLA

The association was founded in Stockholm, Sweden, on 14 July 1999, and its first annual meeting was held at the Finnish Conference of Linguistics, Oulu, Finland, on 20 May 2000. The association fosters dialogue between researchers interested in the relationship between language and cognition, with special emphasis on facilitating various research orientations.

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FiCLA (Finnish Cognitive Linguistics Association) and Adaptive Informatics Research Centre of Helsinki University of Technology, Aalto University organize the symposium ‘Contexts of Language: How to Analyze Context?’ in Helsinki December 10-11, 2010. More information.

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FiCLA board 2011-2012

Esa Penttilä (
University of Tampere

Juha Mulli (
University of Eastern Finland

Timo Honkela ( Aalto University School of Science
Milla Luodonpää-Manni ( University of Turku
Marja Nenonen ( University of Eastern Finland
Maija Sirola-Belliard ( University of Tampere

Laura Visapää (

University of Helsinki
Katja Västi ( University of Oulu