Papers and reviews

Papers:

1. Langlotz, Andreas (2013). Yo, who be the main gangsta in our phat gang? – Linguistic creativity and the construction of hyperpersonal identity. In T. Veale, Ch. Forceville, and K. Feyaerts (Eds.), Creativity and the Agile Mind. A Multi-Disciplinary Study of a Multi-Faceted Phenomenon (159-178). Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. http://www.degruyter.com/view/product/184570
2. Langlotz, Andreas & Locher, Miriam (2012). Ways of communicating emotional stance in online disagreements. Journal of Pragmatics 44 (12): 1591–1606. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0378216612000938
3. Langlotz, Andreas (2010). Social cognition. In M. A. Locher and S. L. Graham (eds.), Interpersonal Pragmatics. Handbook of Pragmatics Vol. 6, (167–204). Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.
4. Langlotz, Andreas (2009a). The creative construction of social orientation – Situated positioning with English as a lingua franca. In Pishwa, Hanna (Ed.), Language and Social Cognition: Expression of the Social Mind (203-235). Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.
5. Hohl Trillini, Regula & Langlotz, Andreas (2009b). ‘To Be Or Not To Be’
Is existence a question of phraseology? In Földes, Csaba (Ed.), Disciplinary and Interdisciplinary Phraseology (155-166). Tübingen: Gunter Narr.
6. Locher, Miriam & Langlotz, Andreas (2008). Relational work at the intersection of cognition, interaction and emotion. Bulletin vals-asla, bulletin suisse de la linguistique appliquée. 88, 165-191. [Special edition by Nicolas Pepin ed. Studies on emotions in social interactions].
7. Langlotz, Andreas (2008). Contextualisation cues as mental-space builders. In Lapaire, J. R., Desagulier, G., and Guignard, J.-B. (Eds.), Du fait grammatical au fait cognitive – From gram to mind: grammar as cognition (347-366). Bordeaux: PUB – Presses Universitaires de Bordeaux.
8. Langlotz, Andreas (2006a). Occasional adnominal idiom modification – a cognitive linguistic approach. IJES (International Journal of English Studies), 6(1), New Advances in Phraseological Research, 85-108.
9. Schiltz, Guillaume & Langlotz, Andreas (2006b). The COLAC model: collaborative paper writing in the humanities. In Mizoguchi, R., Dillenbourg, P. and Zhiting, Z. (Eds.), Learning by Effective Utilization of Technologies: Facilitating Intercultural Understanding [FRONTIERS IN ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND APPLICATIONS 151] (119-122). Amsterdam, etc.: IOS Press. http://www.booksonline.iospress.nl/Content/View.aspx?piid=117
10. Langlotz, Andreas (2006c). A cognitive linguistic analysis of lexical substitution in idioms. In Häcki Buhofer, A. & H. Burger (Eds.). Phraseology in Motion I. Methoden und Kritik (381-396). Baltmannsweiler: Schneider Verlag.
11. Langlotz, Andreas (2005a). Are constructions the basic units of grammar? – The phraseological turn in linguistic theory. In Hamm, A. (Ed.). Language chunks and linguistic units [RANam 38], (45-63). Strasbourg: Université Marc Bloch – Services des périodiques.
12. Langlotz, Andreas (2005b). Zur Konstruktion von Rollen in der computervermittelten Kommunikation und Kooperation. MedienPädagogik. 25.11.2005.www.medienpaed.com
13. Schiltz, Guillaume & Langlotz, Andreas (2004a). eHistLing – Integrating Communication and Cooperation in the Humanities. In McKay, Elspeth (Ed.). International Conference on Computers in Education 2004. Book of Abstracts (149). Melbourne: Common Ground.
14. Schiltz, Guillaume & Langlotz, Andreas (2004b). Zum Potential von E-Learning in den Geisteswissenschaften. In Carstensen, Doris und Barrios, Beate (Hrsg.). Campus 2004. Kommen die diditalen Medien an den Hochschulen in die Jahre [Medien in der Wissenschaft, Band 29], (245-254). Münster: Waxmann.
15. Langlotz, Andreas & Guillaume Schiltz (2004c). EHistLing – Approaching English Historical Linguistics through concepts of blended learning. In Jutz, Christine, Matthias Hirt and Cornelia Rizek-Pfister (Eds.) Proceedings of 6th International Conference on New Educational Environments (ICNEE), CD-ROM.
16. Langlotz, Andreas (2004d). What are metaphors? In Allerton D.J., Nesselhauf N. and Skandera P. (Eds.). Phraseological Units: Basic concepts and their application [ICSELL 8], (37-51). Basel: Schwabe.
17. Langlotz, Andreas (2004e). Conceptual blending as a principle of idiom structure and idiom variation. In Palm-Meister, Christine (Ed.). EUROPHRAS 2000 (263-272). Tübingen: Stauffenburg Verlag.
18. Langlotz, Andreas (2001a). Cognitive principles of idiom variation: idioms as complex linguistic categories. In Studi italiani di linguistica teorica e applicata 2, 289-302.
19. Langlotz, Andreas (2001b). Ambiguity and the creative use of idioms in commercial print advertisements. In Hamm, A. and Buccellato, P. (eds.) Linguistic Ambiguity [RANAM 34], (111-127). Strasbourg: Université Marc Bloch – Services des périodiques.

Submitted papers:

1. Langlotz, Andreas (in preparation). Emotions in the face: biology or culture? – Scrutinizing a psychological research controversy through a phraseological lens. Linguistik online.
2. Langlotz, Andreas & Klapproth Muazzin Danièle (accepted). Unveiling the phantom of the ‘Islamic takeover’: A critical, cognitive-linguistic analysis of the discursive perpetuation of an Orientalist schema. In Hanna Pishwa & Rainer Schulze (Eds.), Expression of Inequality in Interaction: Power, Dominance, and Status. Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins.
3. Langlotz, Andreas & Locher, Miriam (accepted). The role of emotions in a discursive approach to relational work. Journal of Pragmatics.
4. Langlotz, Andreas (accepted). Konstruktionen als sozio-emotionale Koordinationsmittel. In A. Ziem & H. Lasch (eds.). Konstruktionen als soziale Konventionen und kognitive Routinen.
5. Langlotz, Andreas (accepted). Local meaning-negotiation, activity types, and the current-discourse-space model. In Elisabeth Zima and Geert Brône (Eds.), Interactional Discourse in Cognitive Linguistics – Theory, Methods, and Application. Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins.

Reviews:

1. Langlotz, Andreas (2013). Review of Dmitrij Dobrovol’skij And Elisabeth Piirainen. Zur Theorie der Phraseologie Kognitive und kulturelle Aspekte [Stauffenburg Linguistik 49]. Tübingen: Stauffenburg Verlag, 2009. 211 Pages. In Yearbook of Phraseology 3.
2. Langlotz, Andreas (2007). Review of Renata Fox AND JOHN Fox. Organizational Discourse. A Language-Ideology-Power Perspective. Westport, Connecticut & London: Praeger, 2004. xvi + 226. In Discourse & Communication 1, 369-371.
3. Langlotz, Andreas (2007). Review of CAROLYN D. BAKER, MICHAEL EMMISION, and ALAN FIRTH (Eds.). Calling for Help [PRAGMATICS & BEYOND NEW SERIES 143]. Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins, 2005. xv +351. In Discourse and Society 18, 682-684.
4. Langlotz, Andreas (2007). Review of RICK IEDEMA. Discourses of Post-Bureaucratic Organization [DOCUMENT DESIGN COMPANION SERIES 5]. Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins, 2003. xiii + 234. In Discourse & Communication 1, 115-117.
5. Langlotz, Andreas (2006). Review of DAVID HOLMAN AND RICHARD THORPE (Eds.). Management and Language. London/Thousand Oaks/New Delhi: Sage Publications, 2003. x + 196. Discourse Studies 8 (3), 461-462.