CogTop member Thomas Clancy presents A sufficed la…

CogTop member Thomas Clancy presents A sufficed landscape: constitutive adjectives in Gaelic place-names and poetry #ICOS2014 #onomastics

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The Toponomastics session is well underway. Liam Ó…

The Toponomastics session is well underway. Liam Ó hAisibéil talks about applying Gelling’s methods to Irish place-name research #ICOS2014

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RT @ainiala: Interested in names? Haven’t yet read…

RT @ainiala: Interested in names? Haven’t yet read Names in Focus: an introduction to Finnish onomastics? #onomastics #ICOS2014 http://t.co/gLqPyF3kF2

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We must “go digital”! #ICOS2014 #onomastics

We must “go digital”! #ICOS2014 #onomastics

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The future of Onomastics discussed in the Keynote…

The future of Onomastics discussed in the Keynote lecture by Peter Gammeltoft @DigitalOnomast #ICOS2014 http://t.co/HJLBGrj7V2

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Time for the keynote- Onomastics for all: How can…

Time for the keynote- Onomastics for all: How can new technology help broaden the appeal of name research? @DigitalOnomast #ICOS2014

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Great to see so many PG researchers on today’s pro…

Great to see so many PG researchers on today’s programme #ICOS2014 #onomastics

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Peter Jordan discusses place names as mediators be…

Peter Jordan discusses place names as mediators between man and space #ICOS2014 #onomastics http://t.co/AQYZvNyReU

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Interesting research by Rutkiewicz-Hanczewska- Sem…

Interesting research by Rutkiewicz-Hanczewska- Semantics of proper names. The structure of the mental lexicon of proper names #ICOS2014

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Great talk on Cognitive Onomastics by Olena Karpen…

Great talk on Cognitive Onomastics by Olena Karpenko to start the ICOS Theory/Merhod session #ICOS2014 #onomastics

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