ISSNs (2352-6408 – print & 2352-6416 – online)
Fuyin (Thomas) LiBeihang University, Beijing
George LakoffUniversity of California at Berkeley,
Ronald W. LangackerUniversity of California at San Diego,
Leonard TalmyState University of New York at Buffalo
Jürgen BohnemeyerState University of New York at Buffalo,
Rong ChenCalifornia State University, San Bernardino,
Alan CienkiVU University Amsterdam&Moscow State Linguistic University,
Gitte KristiansenUniversidad Complutense de Madrid,
Martina LampertJohannes Gutenberg-University, Mainz
Ning YuThe Pennsylvania State University
Fuyin (Thomas) Li(Ph.D. 2003, the Chinese University of Hong Kong) is Professor of Linguistics at Beihang University, Beijing.
His primary research interests are in event representations, semantic typology, and Talmyan schematic systems.
He is the founder and organizer of China International Forum on Cognitive Linguistics, as well as the editor for the Eminent Linguists Lecture Series.
Ning Yu(Ph.D. 1996, University of Arizona) is Professor of Applied Linguistics at The Pennsylvania State University.
His research focuses on cognitive semantics, especially the relationship between language, culture, and cognition, and metaphor studies.
Jürgen Bohnemeyer(Ph.D. 1998, Tilburg University) is Associate Professor of Linguistics at the State University of New York at Buffalo.
Bohnemeyer specializes in semantic typology, the crosslinguistic study of semantic categorization. Bohnemeyer’s work focuses on the semantic
typology of representations of space, time, and events.
Alan Cienki(Ph.D. in Slavic linguistics from Brown University) is Professor of Language Use and Cognition at the Vrije Universiteit,
Amsterdam, Netherlands and professor and director of the Multimodal Communication and Cognition Lab at Moscow State Linguistic
University, Russia. His recent research focusses on the analysis of spoken language and gesture, with special attention to grammatical
theory and to metaphor.
Rong Chen(Ph.D. 1990, Ball State University) is Professor of Linguistics and the Associate Provost for Academic Programs at
California State University, San Bernardino. His interests are cognitive grammar, cognitive semantics, metaphor, and pragmatics.
Dirk Geeraerts(Ph.D. 1981) is Professor of Linguistics at the University of Leuven, Belgium. His primary research interest involves
lexical semantics and lexical variation from the point of view of cognitive linguistics, with a special emphasis on corpus data.
Gitte Kristiansenis Associate Professor of linguistics at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid, where she lectures on semantics,
cognitive linguistics, and research methods in linguistics. Her investigation falls within the field of cognitive sociolinguistics and focuses
on the interface between semantics and perceptual dialectology. Since 2004 she is managing editor of the book seriesApplications of
Martina Lampertreceived her Ph.D. in Slavic linguistics and her Habilitation (post-doc thesis) in English linguistics and is a Senior Lecturer/Privatdozentin at the Johannes Gutenberg University, Mainz, Germany.
As a cognitive semanticist, her research has focused on attention phenomena in language; currently she specializes in multimodal
and register analysis of the quotative system in English and the study of parenthetical constructions.
Jing Du, Hongxia Jia and Lin Yu,doctoral students at Beihang University
Benjamin Bergen,University of California, San Diego, USA
William Croft,University of New Mexico at Albuquerque, USA
Ewa D？browska,Northumbria University, Newcastle, UK
Nikolas GisborneUniversity of Edinburgh, UK
Gilles Fauconnier,University of California, San Diego, USA
Ad Foolen,Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands
Ray W. Gibbs,University of California at Santa Cruz, USA
Cliff Goddard,Griffith University, Australia
Stefan Gries,University of California, Santa Barbara, USA
Zeki Hamawand,University of Kirkuk, Iraq
Kaoru Horie,Nagoya University, Japan
Tuomas Huumo ,University of Turku, Finland
Laura A. Janda,University of Tromsø, Norway
Suzanne Kemmer,Rice University, USA
Zoltán Kövecses,Eötvös Loránd University, Hungary
Guenther Lampert,Johannes Gutenberg-University (JGU), Mainz , Germany
Chun Lan,Beijing Foreign Studies University, China
Maarten Lemmens,Université Lille 3, France
Yo Matsumoto,Kobe University, Japan
Francisco J. Ruiz de Mendoza Ibáñez,University of La Rioja, Spain
Seongha Rhee,Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, Korea
Sally Rice,University of Alberta, Canada
Chris Sinha,University of Portsmouth, UK
Kurt Stocker,University of Zurich, Switzerland
Eve Sweetser,University of California at Berkeley, USA
John R. Taylor,University of Otago, New Zealand
Mark Turner,Case Western Reserve University, USA
Yin Wang,Sichuan Interantional Studies University, China
Yina Wang,Beihang University (BUAA),China
Sherman Wilcox,University of New Mexico at Albuquerque, USA
Phillip Wolff ,Emory University, USA
Ye Yuan,Beihang University (BUAA),China
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