Gesture (general)


David McNeill’s Gesture and Speech Lab:
http://mcneilllab.uchicago.edu/

Susan Goldin-Meadow’s Lab Publications:
http://goldin-meadow-lab.uchicago.edu/labpub.html

Rafael Núñez:
http://www.cogsci.ucsd.edu/~nunez/web/publications.html

Berlin Gesture Center:
http://www.berlingesturecenter.de/

Gesture and Narrative Language Group, MIT Media Lab:
http://gn.www.media.mit.edu/groups/gn/index.html

Gesture in Human-Computer Interaction International workshop series:
http://www.techfak.uni-bielefeld.de/ags/wbski/GW/

International Society for Gesture Studies (ISGS) — new URL:
http://www.gesturestudies.com/

ISGS Newsletter Manufacts:
http://research.communication.utexas.edu/isgs/members/Manufacts/newsletter_top.html

Nijmegen Gesture Centre:
http://www.mpi.nl/world/projects/Gesture.html

Academic blog: "A Nice Gesture": Stories of gestures and sign language about perception, semiotics, and technology.
http://jeroenarendsen.nl/


Cognitive Linguistics: Metaphors, Conceptual Blends, etc.

Blending & Conceptual Integration:
http://markturner.org/blending.htm

Infography on Conceptual Blending:
http://www.infography.com/content/635591689327.html

Nathaniel Smith on Multimodality

Nathaniel Smith is currently a doctoral student in cognitive science at University of California at San Diego. He wrote an undergraduate honors thesis, called "Beyond Gesture," that analyzes undergraduate upper-division and graduate mathematics students working together on homework problems. I think it is an excellent piece of work that illustrates how students use gesture, speech, drawing, and writing of mathematical symbols both to communicate and reason through mathematical proofs.
Nathaniel's thesis is not published at this point, but it can be downloaded at:
http://www.icsi.berkeley.edu/~njs/thesis/

From Mara:

This one is the 2003 article by Keating and Mirus about the use of space in
video-cam ASL conversations:
http://ccwf.cc.utexas.edu/%7Ekeating/Publications/ASLVirtSpace.pdf|http://ccwf.cc.utexas.edu/~keating/Publications/ASLVirtSpace.pdf]]
 
And here is an interesting review; it appears earlier, so I'm not entirely
clear if it's a review of an earlier draft, or of the same article that
circulated earlier than it was officially published:
http://language-culture.binghamton.edu/reviews/symposium8/bechter.html
 
 

Bibliography on Consciousness Studies


We are pleased to announce the launch of MindPapers, a new website
with a bibliography covering around 18000 published papers and online
papers in the philosophy of mind and the science of consciousness.
http://consc.net/mindpapers/

There is also a separate front end for "Online Papers on
Consciousness".
http://consc.net/online/

--David Chalmers and David Bourget
chalmers@anu.edu.au; david.bourget@anu.edu.au
Australian National University.