Out now! New issue of the Language – Mind – Culture – Society (LAMICUS) journal.

Issue 3 of the LAMICUS journal is now available! Link here.

The issue contains articles on:

  • How key concepts of Langackerian Cognitive Grammar can be viewed from the perspective of structural empiricism (Kowalewski);
  • How Lemko minority talk about their ethnic and cultural identity (Misiak, in Polish with an extensive abridgement in English);
  • How fear is multimodally constructed in a TV series (Drosdowska);
  • How text and music contribute to the meaning of Vissi d’Arte aria (Mierzwińska-Hajnos);
  • How semantics and prosody contribute to the recognition of emotions in French spontaneous speech (Carbone).

There is also a new Debate section where Barbara Dancygier, Johanna Kissler and Dylan Glynn talk about how to model and empirically analyse multimodal data.

The issue also contains the following reviews:

  • Renata Przybylska reviews the book by Krystyna Waszakowa on cognitive and communicative aspects of word derivation (in Polish);
  • Andreas Baumann reviews the book by William Edmondson on The Sequential Imperative;
  • Martin Hilpert reviews the book by Adele Goldberg on partial productivity of constructions;
  • Adam Głaz reviews the book by Bert Peeters on heart- and soul-like constructs.

Happy reading!