Cognitive Linguistic Studies in Cultural Contexts
This book series aims at publishing high-quality research on the relationship between language, culture, and cognition from the theoretical perspective of Cognitive Linguistics. It especially welcomes studies that treat language as an integral part of culture and cognition, that enhance the understanding of culture and cognition through systematic analysis of language – qualitative and/or quantitative, synchronic and/or diachronic – and that demonstrate how language as a subsystem of culture transformatively interacts with cognition and how cognition at a cultural level is manifested in language.
2018. xii, 221 pp. + index
2017. xvii, 171 pp.
Edited by Elisabeth Piirainen and Ari Sherris
2015. vi, 208 pp.
Edited by Rik De Busser and Randy J. LaPolla
2015. vi, 370 pp.
2015. xv, 303 pp.
2014. xxvii, 466 pp.
James J. Mischler, III
2013. xv, 237 pp.
Edited by Anna Idström and Elisabeth Piirainen
2012. vi, 376 pp.
2011. xvii, 238 pp.
For book proposals please contact one of the series editors: Ning Yu (ningyupsu.edu) or Farzad Sharifian (farzad.sharifianmonash.edu).
When you are instructed to prepare your manuscript for production, please follow the Guidelines for Manuscript Submission.