LINGUIST List 23.628

Tue Feb 07 2012

FYI: New Benjamins Series: Topics in Humor Research

Editor for this issue: Brent Miller <brentlinguistlist.org>



Date: 06-Feb-2012
From: Paul Peranteau <paulbenjamins.com>
Subject: New Benjamins Series: Topics in Humor Research
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John Benjamins Publishing announces a new book series:

Topics in Humor Research

Editor: Ephraim Nissan, University of London

Associate Editors:Delia Chiaro, Università di BolognaMarta Dynel, University of LódzGiselinde Kuipers, University of AmsterdamElda Weizman, Bar-Ilan University

International Advisory Board:Salvatore Attardo, Texas A&M University, CommerceWallace Chafe, University of California, Santa BarbaraChristie Davies, University of ReadingGiovannantonio Forabosco, Ravenna, ItalyRaymond W. Gibbs, Jr., University of California, Santa CruzNicholas A. Kuiper, The University of Western OntarioJessica Milner Davies, University of New South WalesJohn Morreal, College of William & Mary, Williamsburg, VAAlleen Pace Nilsen, Arizona State UniversityDon L.F. Nilsen, Arizona State UniversityWalter D. Redfern, University of ReadingWillibald Ruch, University of ZürichPierre Schoentjes, Ghent UniversityLimor Shifman, The Hebrew University, JerusalemOliviero Stock, IRST, TrentoJudith Stora-Sandor, Paris, FranceGhil‘ad Zuckermann, The University of Adelaide

ISSN 2212-8999

This series aims to publish high-quality research on a broad range oftopics in humor studies, including irony and laughter. Topics include,but are not limited to, pragmatics, the sociology of humor, thepsychology of humor, translation studies, literary studies, and studiesof visual humor combining word and image. Since humor researchencompasses a variety of disciplines, we welcome theoretical andmethodological approaches from any of these disciplines, therebyincluding the humanities, as well as the social and cognitive sciences.Examples include, among others, philosophy, anthropology, culturalstudies, linguistics, media and communication studies, psychology,neuroscience, and computer science. Mutual intelligibility of studiesacross these various domains is a goal to be pursued within the series.

Linguistic Field(s): Pragmatics

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