The Annual Review of Cognitive Linguistics (published under the auspices of the Spanish Cognitive Linguistics Association) aims to establish itself as an international forum for the publication of high-quality original research on all areas of linguistic enquiry from a cognitive perspective. Fruitful debate is encouraged with neighboring academic disciplines as well as with other approaches to language study, particularly functionally-oriented ones.
1. Articles; 2. Grounding between figure-ground and foregrounding-backgrounding (by Khalil, Esam N.); 3. Grammatical blending and the conceptualization of complex cases of interpretational overlap: The case of want to/wanna (by Desagulier, Guillaume); 4. The 'Literary Mind' and changes: Conceptual and referential (dis)continuity in the construction of identities (by Achard-Bayle, Guy); 5. On modal grounding, reference points, and subjectification: The case of the Spanish epistemic modals (by Cornillie, Bert); 6. Vectors, viewpoint and viewpoint shift (by Chilton, Paul); 7. The idiomatic expression of incoherent discourse: "can't make head nor tail": Cognitive and contrastive analysis in Latin and English (by Garcia Jurado, Francisco); 8. Indices of a 'subjectivity-prominent' language: Between cognitive linguistics and linguistic typology (by Ikegami, Yoshihiko); 9. A cognitive semantic analysis of metaphor in conceptualising Particle Physics (by Cuadrado Esclapez, Georgina); 10. Do foreign language learners also have constructions? (by Gries, Stefan Th.); 11. On the reality of constructions: The Spanish reduplicative-topic construction (by Valenzuela, Javier); 12. Making sense of a blend: A cognitive-semiotic approach to metaphor (by Brandt, Line); 13. Creative noun-noun compounds (by Benczes, Reka); 14. Blending as a theoretical tool for poetic analysis: Presenting an integrational methodology (by Calderon Quindos, M.Teresa); 15. Prepositional semantics and metaphoric extensions (by Guarddon Anelo, Carmen); 16. Interview; 17. Leonard Talmy. A windowing to conceptual structure and language: Part 1: Lexicalisation and typology (by Ibarretxe-Antunano, Iraide); 18. Review; 19. Feyaerts, Kurt, (Ed.). (2003). The Bible through metaphor and translation: A cognitive semantic perspective (by Brdar-Szabo, Rita)