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. Before and after: Relations of anteriority and posteriority along 'paths' of conceptual structure (by Athanasiadou, Angeliki); 3. A bi-polar theory of nominal and clause structure and function (by Ball, Jerry T.); 4. Subject-object switching and the Igbo lexicon (by Uchechukwu, Chinedu); 5. Italian split intransitivity and image schemas: The cognitive linguistics-neuroscience interface (by Stolova, Natalya I.); 6. Confrontation or complementarity?: Metaphor in language use and cognitive metaphor theory (by Cameron, Lynne); 7. Lexical templates within a functional cognitive theory of meaning (by Mairal-Uson, Ricardo); 8. "Image" metaphors and connotations in everyday language (by Deignan, Alice); 9. 'Saved by the reflexive': Evidence from coercion via reflexives in verbless complement clauses in English and Spanish (by Gonzalvez-Garcia, Francisco); 10. Light and heavy reflexive marking: The Middle Domain in Romanian (by Calude, Andreea S.); 11. Moving OVER: The role of systematic semantic processes in defining individual lexemes (by Dewell, Robert B.); 12. Interview; 13. Dirk Geeraerts: Cognitive sociolinguistics and the sociology of Cognitive Linguistics (by Marin Arrese, Juana I.); 14. Review; 15. Radden Gunter, Klaus-Michael Kopcke, Thomas Berg and Peter Siemund (eds.), (2007). Aspects of Meaning Construction (by Baicchi, Annalisa); 16. Graf, Eva-Maria. 2006. The Ontogenetic Development of Literal and Metaphorical Space in Language (by Tenbrink, Thora)