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LINGUIST List 16.3376

Wed Nov 23 2005

TOC: Annual review of Cognitive Linguistics 3 (2005)

Editor for this issue: Maria Moreno-Rollins <marialinguistlist.org>

        1.    Paul Peranteau, Annual review of Cognitive Linguistics Vol 3 (2005)

Message 1: Annual review of Cognitive Linguistics Vol 3 (2005)
Date: 22-Nov-2005
From: Paul Peranteau <paulbenjamins.com>
Subject: Annual review of Cognitive Linguistics Vol 3 (2005)

Publisher: John Benjamins

Journal Title: Annual Review of Cognitive Linguistics
Volume Number: 3
Issue Number:
Issue Date: 2005

Main Text:

Annual Review of Cognitive Linguistics
Volume 3

Edited by Francisco José Ruiz de Mendoza Ibáñez
University of La Rioja, Spain

360 pp.
90 272 5483 4 / USD 114.00 / EUR 95.00

The Annual Review of Cognitive Linguistics (published under the auspices of the
Spanish Cognitive Linguistics Association) aims to establish itself as an
international forum for the publication of high-quality original research on all
areas of linguistic enquiry from a cognitive perspective. Fruitful debate is
encouraged with neighboring academic disciplines as well as with other
approaches to language study, particularly functionally-oriented ones.

Table of contents

Grounding between figure-ground and foregrounding-backgrounding
Esam N. Khalil 1–21

Grammatical blending and the conceptualization of complex cases of
interpretational overlap: The case of want to/wanna
Guillaume Desagulier 22–40

The 'Literary Mind' and changes: Conceptual and referential (dis)continuity in
the construction of identities
Guy Achard-Bayle 41–55

On modal grounding, reference points, and subjectification: The case of the
Spanish epistemic modals
Bert Cornillie 56–77

Vectors, viewpoint and viewpoint shift
Paul Chilton 78–116

The idiomatic expression of incoherent discourse: "can't make head nor tail":
Cognitive and contrastive analysis in Latin and English
Francisco García Jurado and Carmen Maíz Arévalo 117–131

Indices of a 'subjectivity-prominent' language: Between cognitive linguistics
and linguistic typology
Yoshihiko Ikegami 132–164

A cognitive semantic analysis of metaphor in conceptualising Particle Physics
Georgina Cuadrado Esclapez and Heliane Jill Berge Legrand 165–181

Do foreign language learners also have constructions?
Stefan Th. Gries and Stefanie Wulff 182–200

On the reality of constructions: The Spanish reduplicative-topic construction
Javier Valenzuela, Joseph Hilferty and Mar Garachana 201–215

Making sense of a blend: A cognitive-semiotic approach to metaphor
Line Brandt and Per Aage Brandt 216–249

Creative noun–noun compounds
Réka Benczes 250–268

Blending as a theoretical tool for poetic analysis: Presenting an integrational
M.Teresa Calderón Quindós 269–299

Prepositional semantics and metaphoric extensions
Carmen Guarddon Anelo 300–324

Leonard Talmy. A windowing to conceptual structure and language: Part 1:
Lexicalisation and typology
Iraide Ibarretxe-Antuñano 325–347

Feyaerts, Kurt, (Ed.). (2003). The Bible through metaphor and translation: A
cognitive semantic perspective
Reviewed by Rita Brdar-Szabó and Mario Brdar 348–354

Linguistic Field(s): Semantics
                            Cognitive Science

Subject Language(s): Spanish (spa)

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