Cultural-Linguistic Explorations into Spirituality, Emotionality, and Society

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| University of Potsdam
| University of Potsdam
| University of Potsdam
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This book offers Cultural-Linguistic explorations into the diverse Lebenswelten of a wide range of cultural contexts, such as South Africa, Hungary, India, Nigeria, China, Romania, Iran, and Poland. The linguistic expedition sets out to explore three thematic segments that were, thus far, under-researched from a cultural linguistic perspective – spirituality, emotionality, and society.

The analytical tools provided by Cultural Linguistics, such as cultural conceptualizations and cultural metaphors, are not only applied to various corpora and types of texts but also recalibrated and renegotiated. As a result, the studies in this collective volume showcase a rich body of work that contributes to the manifestation of Cultural Linguistics as an indispensable paradigm in modern language studies.

Being a testament to the inseparability of language and culture, this book will enlighten academics, professionals and students working in the fields of Cultural Linguistics, sociology, gender studies, religious studies, and cultural studies.
[Cognitive Linguistic Studies in Cultural Contexts, 14]  Expected September 2021.  vii, 265 pp. + index
Publishing status: In production
Table of Contents
This is a provisional table of contents, and subject to changes.
Acknowledgements
Introduction
Hans-Georg Wolf, Denisa Latić and Anna Finzel
Section I. Cultural-linguistic explorations into religion, spirituality, and the supernatural
Cultural Linguistics and religion
Farzad Sharifian †
Lexical evidence for ancestral communication in Black South African English
Arne Peters
Cultural conceptualizations of magical practices related to menstrual blood in a transhistorical and transcontinental perspective
Hans-Georg Wolf
Section II. Cultural-linguistic explorations into emotion concepts
Conceptualizing SHAME in Old Romanian: A cultural and historical-semantic analysis
Gabriela Stoica
Cultural conceptualizations of xejâlat and kamruyi : Two sharm -related emotion categories in Persian
Sara Ghazi
Cross-cultural models of mental hurt emotion clusters
Barbara Lewandowska-Tomaszczyk and Paul Wilson
Section III. Cultural-linguistic explorations into social identities and cultural concepts
Correspondences between Hungarian women’s marital names and the traditional family schema
Judit Baranyiné Kóczy
Innate or acquired?: homosexuality and cultural models of gender in Indian and Nigerian English
Anna Finzel
Culture-specific elaborations in cross-linguistic studies of metaphors: Comparing life is a journey in Chinese and British English
Shuping Huang
essentials and valuables : Cultural conceptualizations of Cantonese rice idioms
Eve J. Chen
Subjects
BIC Subject: CFB – Sociolinguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General