[Lingtyp] Cross-linguistic studies on metaphors
Alan.Rumsey at anu.edu.au
Fri Jul 22 20:16:31 EDT 2016
In this connection I recommend
Alverson, Hoyt. 1991. Metaphor and Experience: Looking Over the Notion of Image Schema. In Fernandez, James (ed.) 1991 Beyond Metaphor : The Theory of Tropes in Anthropology.
Some of the other chapters in that volume may be of interest to you as well.
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Date: Friday, 22 July 2016 10:37 pm
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Subject: [Lingtyp] Cross-linguistic studies on metaphors
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Dear friends and colleagues,
I am working on a paper for which I would like to / need to give a survey of serious cross-linguistic studies that test some of the suggested conceptual metaphors. What interests me is systematicity in testing and/or counter-evidence against the allegedly universal connections. Some of the things that spring to my mind are Martin Haspelmath's 1997 book "From space to time", a series of studies on the connection between perception and cognition (primarily, Evans / Wilkins and Vanhove contesting Sweetser's generalizations on "Seeing as understanding"), and Stolz/Stroh/Urdze on "Instruments as companions".
I would be extremely grateful for any other directions / studies along similar lines.
Maria / Masha Koptjevskaja Tamm
Prof. Maria Koptjevskaja Tamm
Dept. of linguistics, Stockholm University
106 91 Stockholm Sweden
E-mail: tamm at ling.su.se<mailto:tamm at ling.su.se>
Tel.: +46 8 16 26 20 (office), +46 8 26 90 91
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