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Tue Dec 20 2011

FYI: New Editors: Cognitive Linguistics in Practice

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Message 1: New Editors: Cognitive Linguistics in Practice
Date: 19-Dec-2011
From: Paul Peranteau <paulbenjamins.com>
Subject: New Editors: Cognitive Linguistics in Practice
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John Benjamins Publishing announces two new editors for the book
series Cognitive Linguistics in Practice, succeeding former editor
G√ľnter Radden.

The new editors are Carita Paradis, Lund University and Stefanie
Wulff, University of North Texas.

Cognitive Linguistics in Practice is a text book series which aims at
introducing students of language and linguistics, and scholars from
neighboring disciplines, to established and new fields in language
research from a cognitive perspective. The books in the series are
written in an attractive, reader-friendly and self-explanatory style. They
include assignments and have been tested for undergraduate and
graduate student use at university level.

The series welcomes submissions. Book proposals can be sent to the
series editors,

Carita Paradis: Carita.Paradisenglund.lu.se
or Stefanie Wulff: Stefanie.Wulffunt.edu

Linguistic Field(s): Cognitive Science


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