Landscape and Culture – Cross-linguistic Perspectives

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The relationship between landscape and culture seen through language is an exciting and increasingly explored area. This ground-breaking book contributes to the linguistic examination of both cross-cultural variation and unifying elements in geographical categorization. The study focuses on the contrastive lexical semantics of certain landscape words in a number of languages. The aim is to show how geographical vocabulary sheds light on the culturally and historically shaped ways people see and think about the land around them.

Notably, the study presents landscape concepts as anchored in a human-centred perspective, based on our cognition, vision, and experience in places. The Natural Semantic Metalanguage (NSM) approach allows an analysis of meaning which is both fine-grained and transparent. The book is aimed, first of all, at scholars and students of linguistics. Yet it will also be of interest to researchers in geography, environmental studies, anthropology, cultural studies, Australian Studies, and Australian Aboriginal Studies because of the book’s cultural take.

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Table of Contents
Acknowledgements
ix
List of abbreviations
xi–xii
Chapter 1. Landscape and culture: An overview
1–27
Chapter 2. Flowing-water places: River, Fleuve, Karu
29–56
Chapter 3. Elevated places: Mountain, Hill, Puli
57–88
Chapter 4. Semantics by ‘the sea’: The Beach, the Coast, the Shore
89–113
Chapter 5. Desert in Australian English and Pitjantjatjara/Yankunytjatjara eco-zones
115–140
Chapter 6. Human intent in the landscape: Paddocks and Meadows
141–170
Chapter 7. The bush in Australian English
171–192
Chapter 8. Concluding remarks
193–198
References
199–220
Appendix 1. Recordings information
221
Name index
223
Subject index
225
“In conclusion, Landscape and Culture offers readers something out of the ordinary: semantics studied in an expansive, culturally sensitive way leading to exquisitely formulated analytical statements (the “reductive paraphrases” of NSM). The engagement with cultural context, commitment to an experientialist / anthropocentric agenda, reliance on easily accessible concepts, and a gentle, natural style of writing will all be appreciated by cognitive linguists. One sees on every page a human mind at work, not just the application of an algorithm. It is both refreshing and inspiring.”
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BIC Subject: CFG – Semantics, Pragmatics, Discourse Analysis
BISAC Subject: LAN016000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / Semantics
ONIX Metadata
ONIX 2.1
ONIX 3.0
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  2018006995 | Marc record