Publikationen

BOOK PUBLICATIONS

Monographs

  • with Hans-Georg Wolf (2009). World Englishes: A Cognitive Sociolinguistic Approach. [ACL Application of Cognitive Linguistics 8]. Berlin – New York: Mouton de Gruyte

World Englishes _ 2009

 

  • (2007). Cultural Conceptualisations in West African English: A Cognitive-Linguistic Approach. [Duisburger Arbeiten zur Sprach- und Kulturwissenschaft / Duisburg Papers on Research in Language and Culture 69]. Frankfurt (Main) – Berlin: Peter Lang

Cultural Conceptualisations in West African English _ 2007

 

 

Edited volumes

  • with Hans-Georg Wolf & Arne Peters (eds.) (2017 in press). Special issue of International Journal of Language and Culture [Title: Cultural linguistic contributions to the study of World Englishes]

 

  • with Peter Lucko & Lothar Peter (eds.) (2017). A Dictionary of Indian English. Compiled by Uwe Carls. Leipzig: Leipziger Universitätsverlag

Dictionary of Indian English _ 2017

 

  • with Zoltán Kövecses, Stefanie Vogelbacher & Sonja Kleinke (eds.) (2014). Cognitive Explorations into Metaphor and Metonymy. Frankfurt (Main): Peter Lang

Cognitive Explorations into Metaphor and Metonymy _ 2014

 

  • with Hans-Georg Wolf & Lothar Peter (eds.) (2008). Focus on English: Linguistic Structure, Language Variation and Discursive Use. Studies in Honour of Peter Lucko. Leipzig: Leipziger Universitätsverlag

Focus on English _ 2008

 

Book publications in preparation

  • Tense – Correlation – Aspect: Elements of a cognitive-functional analysis of English verb categories.
  • with Hans-Georg Wolf & Lothar Peter. Dictionary of (West) African English

 

 

CHAPTERS IN INTERNATIONAL HANDBOOKS

  • with Hans-Georg Wolf (2017). World Englishes and cognitive linguistics. In: Markku Filppula, Juhani Klemola & Devyani Sharma (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of World Englishes, 147-173. Oxford: Oxford University Press
  • with Xiaoyan Xia (2015). Prototypes in language and culture. In: Farzad Sharifian (ed.), The Routledge Handbook of Language and Culture, 253-269. London: Routledge
  • with René Dirven & Hans-Georg Wolf (2007). Cognitive linguistics and cultural studies. In: Dirk Geeraerts & Hubert Cuyckens (eds.), Handbook of Cognitive Linguistics, 1203-1221. Oxford: Oxford University Press
  • with René Dirven & Hans-Georg Wolf (2007). Cognitive linguistics, ideology, and critical discourse analysis. In: Dirk Geeraerts & Hubert Cuyckens (eds.), Handbook of Cognitive Linguistics, 1222-1240. Oxford: Oxford University Press

 

 

CONTRIBUTIONS TO EDITED VOLUMES AND JOURNALS

  • with Sandra Frey (2017 in press). Indian-English matrimonial adverts: Notes on the contextualisation of a text type. International Journal of Language and Culture [special issue on ‘Cultural-linguistic contributions to the study of World Englishes’, edited by Hans-Georg Wolf, Frank Polzenhagen & Arne Peters]
  • (2017 in press). Seltsame Tempora? Eigentümliche Aspekte? Gelegentliche Gedanken zum have-Perfekt und zur be-going-to-Form aus kognitiv-funktionaler Sicht. In: Saskia Kersten & Monika Reif (eds.), Neuere Entwicklungen in der angewandten Grammatikforschung: Korpora – Erwerb – Schnittstellen, 117-159. [FAL Forum Angewandte Linguistik 61]. Frankfurt (Main): Peter Lang
  • with Sandra Frey (2017). Are marriages made in heaven? A cultural-linguistic case study on Indian-English matrimonials. In: Farzad Sharifian (ed.), Advances in Cultural Linguistics, 573-606. [Cultural Linguistics 1]. Berlin: Springer
  • (2014). What did 18th-century grammarians know about grammaticalisation? Notes on the early history of a current idea. In: Frank Polzenhagen, Zoltán Kövecses, Stefanie Vogelbacher & Sonja Kleinke (eds.), Cognitive Explorations into Metaphor and Metonymy, 225-239. Frankfurt (Main): Peter Lang
  • with Hans-Georg Wolf (2014). Cognitive sociolinguistics in L2-variety dictionaries of English. In: Martin Pütz, Justyna A. Robinson & Monika Reif (eds.), Cognitive Sociolinguistics: Social and Cultural Variation in Cognition and Language Use, 133-160. [BCT Benjamins Current Topics 59]. Amsterdam – Philadelphia: John Benjamins [Reprint of Review of Cognitive Linguistics 10(2)]
  • (2012). Some notes on the role of metaphors in scientific theorising and discourse: Examples from the language science. In: Sonja Kleinke, Zoltán Kövecses, Andreas Musolff & Veronika Szelid (eds.), Cognition and Culture: The Role of Metaphor and Metonymy, 113-132. Budapest: EÖTVÖS University Press
  • with  Hans-Georg Wolf (2012). Cognitive sociolinguistics in L2-variety dictionaries of English. Review of Cognitive Linguistics 10(2): 373-400. [Special issue on ‘Cognitive Sociolinguistics’, edited by Martin Pütz, Justyna A. Robinson & Monika Reif]
  • with Hans-Georg Wolf (2010). Investigating culture from a linguistic perspective: An exemplification with Hong Kong English. ZAA [Zeitschrift für Anglistik und Amerikanistik] 58(3): 281-301. [Special issue on Linguistics and Cultural Studies, edited by Christian Mair & Barbara Korte]
  • (2008). The so-called Tense-Aspect system of the English verb: A cognitive-functional view. In: Hans-Georg Wolf, Lothar Peter & Frank Polzenhagen (eds.), Focus on English: Linguistic Structure, Language Variation
    and Discursive Use. Studies in Honour of Peter Lucko
    , 219-246. Leipzig: Leipziger Universitätsverlag
  • with René Dirven (2008). Rationalist and romantic models in globalisation. In: Gitte Kristiansen &
    René Dirven (eds.), Cognitive Sociolinguistics: Language Variation, Cultural Models, Social Systems, 237-300. [CLR Cognitive Linguistics Research 39]. Berlin – New York: Mouton de Gruyter
  • with Hans-Georg Wolf (2007). Fixed expressions as manifestations of cultural conceptualizations: Examples from African varieties of English. In: Paul Skandera (ed.), Phraseology and Culture in English, 399-435.
    [TiEL Topics in English Linguistics 54]. Berlin – New York: Mouton de Gruyter
  • with Hans-Georg Wolf (2007). Culture-specific conceptualisations of corruption in African English:
    Linguistic analyses and pragmatic applications. In: Farzad Sharifian & Gary Palmer (eds.), Applied Cultural Linguistics: Implications for Second Language Learning and Intercultural Communication, 125-168. [Converging Evidence in Communication and Language Research 7]. Amsterdam – Philadelphia: John Benjamins
  • with Hans-Georg Wolf (2006). Intercultural communication in English: Arguments for a cognitively-oriented approach to intercultural pragmatics. Intercultural Pragmatics 3(3): 285-322 
  • with Hans-Georg Wolf (2003). Conceptual metaphor as ideological stylistic means: An exemplary analysis. In: René Dirven, Roslyn Frank & Martin Pütz (eds.), Cognitive Models in Language and Thought: Ideologies, Metaphors, and Meanings, 247-275. [CLR Cognitive Linguistics Research 24]. Berlin – New York: Mouton
    de Gruyter

 

 

REVIEWS

  • (2017). Review of ‘Handbook of Cognitive Linguistics’ [HSK 39, de Gruyter Mouton] edited by Ewa Dąbrowska and Dagmar Divjak. Anglistik: International Journal of English Studies 28(1): 156-159
  • (2016). Review of ‘Where Metaphors Come From: Reconsidering Context in Metaphor’ [OUP] by Zoltán Kövecses. Cognitive Linguistic Studies [CogLS] 3(1): 163-169
  • (2005). Review of ‘Drawing a Map of Africa: Idiom in Kenyan English’ by Paul Skandera. English World-Wide 26(1): 104-111

 

 

TRANSLATIONS OF ACADEMIC PAPERS

  • (2008). Peter Schmitter. The theory of word formation in early semasiology: A blank spot on the map of 19th-century linguistics. Language Sciences 30(5)
    [English transl. of: Schmitter, Peter (2004). Die Wortbildungstheorie der frühen Semasiologie. Ein weißer Fleck in den Geschichtsatlanten der Linguistik. Beiträge zur Geschichte der Sprachwissenschaft 14: 107-134]
  • (2008). Klaus Hansen. Reflections on the concept of a linguistic situation. In: Hans-Georg Wolf, Lothar Peter & Frank Polzenhagen (eds.), Focus on English: Linguistic Structure, Language Variation and Discursive Use. Studies in Honour of Peter Lucko. Leipzig: Leipziger Universitätsverlag
    [English transl. of: Hansen, Klaus (1987). Zum Begriff der Sprachsituation. In: Klaus Hansen (ed.),  Studien zur Sprachvariation (unter besonderer Berücksichtigung des Englischen), 6-49. Humboldt-Universität Berlin]