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Annual Review of Cognitive Linguistics
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From: Noelia Jiménez <noelia.jimenezunirioja.es>
Subject: Annual Review of Cognitive Linguistics
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Full Title: Annual Review of Cognitive Linguistics
Linguistic Field(s): Cognitive Science; Neurolinguistics; Psycholinguistics
Call Deadline: 30-Nov-2007
The Annual Review of Cognitive Linguistics, vol. 5 (2007) is now in press.
Below is the provisional table of contents. You may
also refer to:
We are now preparing vol. 6 (2008). Note that, as with previous volumes,
submissions for volume 6 should reach us by November 30, 2007. Later
submissions, even if evaluated positively, may not be considered for ARCL-6
We encourage electronic submissions to:
cc: 'Annual Review' annualreviewhotmail.com
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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 inquiry
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.
Volume 5 (2007)
Before and after: Relations of anteriority and posteriority along 'paths'
of conceptual structure
A bi-polar theory of nominal and clause structure and function
Jerry T. Ball
Subject-object switching and the Igbo lexicon
Italian split intransitivity and image schemas: The cognitive linguistics -
Natalya I. Stolova
Confrontation or complementarity? Metaphor in language use and cognitive
Lexical templates within a functional cognitive theory of meaning
Ricardo Mairal Usón and Pamela Faber
'Image' metaphors and connotations in everyday language
'Saved by the reflexive': Evidence from coercion via reflexives in verbless
complement clauses in English and Spanish
Dirk Geeraerts. Cognitive sociolinguistics and the sociology of Cognitive
Juana I. Marín-Arrese
Radden Günter, Klaus-Michael Köpcke, Thomas Berg and Peter Siemund (eds.).
2007. Aspects of Meaning Construction.
Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins. 298 pp.
Reviewed by Annalisa Baicchi
Francisco J. RUIZ DE MENDOZA
Universidad de La Rioja
Departamento de Filologías Modernas
Edificio de Filología
c/San José de Calasanz s/n
26004, Logroño, La Rioja, Spain
Tel.: 34 (941) 299433 / (941) 299430
FAX.: 34 (941) 299419
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