报告题目：Basic and non-basic figures of speech: dependency relations and meaning effects (part 2)
报 告 人：Francisco de Mendoza Ibáñez University of La Rioja教授
Francisco José Ruiz de Mendoza Ibáñez works on Cognitive Linguistics, Construction Grammar(s), inferential pragmatics and functional approaches to language. He has coordinated funded work on figurative language from scholars across Europe, many of them part of the Lexicom research group, which he co-founded (www.lexicom.es). He has published extensively on metaphor, metonymy, illocution, and has created, with professor Ricardo Mairal, the Lexical Constructional Model. He has edited or co-edited several books:Cognitive Linguistics: Internal Dynamics and Interdisciplinary Interaction (2005, Mouton),Cognitive Linguistics: Current Applications and Future Perspectives (2006, Mouton), Defining Metonymy in Cognitive Linguistics: Towards a Consensus View (2011, John Benjamins),Theory and Practice in Functional-Cognitive Space (2014, John Benjamins),The Functional Perspective on Language and Discourse: Applications and Implications (2014, John Benjamins). He has authored or coauthored several books on linguistic theory, the most recent one being Cognitive Modeling. A Linguistic Perspective (2014, John Benjamins), which received the 2015 AESLA Research Award for experienced researchers. He serves or has served on the editorial and scientific boards of journals such as Miscelánea, Jezikoslovlje, ITL-International Journal of Applied Linguistics, Revue Romane, and Cognitive Linguistics. Former editor of the Spanish Journal of Applied Linguistics, he has been the editor of the Review of Cognitive Linguistics, and co-editor of Applications of Cognitive Linguistics (Mouton de Gruyter) since their inception. Since January 2012 he has been co-editor of the Bibliography of Metaphor and Metonymy (John Benjamins). He also serves on the editorial board of book series, such as Human Cognitive Processing (John Benjamins, since 2010), Metaphor in Language, Cognition, and Communication (John Benjamins, since 2010), and Figurative Thought and Language (John Benjamins, since 2015). He has been the head organizer of two major international conferences: 8th International Cognitive Linguistics Conference (University of La Rioja, 2003); 44th International Meeting of the Societas Linguistica Europaea (University of La Rioja, 2011) and several other conferences and seminars.