Call for Papers: Yearbook of the German Cognitive Linguistics Association

Dear fellow members of the DGKL, dear participants of the Erlangen conference and previous conferences,

submissions are now open for the third issue of the Yearbook of the German Cognitive Linguistics Association [1], edited by Thomas Herbst and Peter Uhrig.

The participants of the DGKL 2014 in Erlangen as well as all members of the DGKL are invited to submit papers based on their talks at the Erlangen conference or any other current research project. Papers should be between 3000 and 6000 words in length including references and appendices.

Please send your manuscripts to <>.
The deadline for submissions is April 30, 2015, the manuscript should conform to the LSA’s “Unified Style Sheet for Linguistics” [2].

The Yearbook of the DGKL/GCLA aims to document, and thus facilitate, the exchange of ideas in the Cognitive Linguistics community. It does not aim to compete with journals like Cognitive Linguistics and Language and Cognition, but to complement them by offering researchers an outlet for their work at an early stage, while maintaining the same high standards of peer review that also characterize the journals.

Beyond these standards, the Yearbook of the DGKL/GCLA does not impose specific topical requirements on contributions, as it aims to document the full range of topics investigated by members of the DGKL/GCLA. This includes work not just in Cognitive Linguistics in a narrow sense, but also in closely related fields such as psycholinguistics, gesture research and Cognitive Poetics.

The yearbook also does not impose specific methodological requirements. However, past conferences indicate a clear shift away from the introspective approach towards a range of empirical methods. This is a highly desirable trend and we hope to see it represented strongly in your contributions.

You will be notified about the rejection or acceptance of your paper, as well as any changes the reviewers may suggest in the second half of May 2015, the final versions will then be due on June 22nd, 2015. Proofs will be sent out around the middle of August 2015 with about two weeks for proof reading.

We are looking forward to your contributions!
Thomas Herbst and Peter Uhrig (Volume Editors)
Anatol Stefanowitsch (Series Editor)