Klaus-Uwe Panther

Distinguished Visiting Professor /Professor emeritus
School of Foreign Languages and Cultures/ Department of English and American Studies
Nanjing Normal University/ University of Hamburg
E-mail: panther@uni-hamburg.de
Page: http://www.uni-hamburg.de/iaa/panther_e.html

Fields of interest:

Cognitive Linguistics, Pragmatics, Metonymy Theory, Motivation

Recent publications:

K. U. Panther, L. L. Thornburg (eds.)
From Space to Time: A Cognitive Analysis of the Cora Locative System and its Temporal Extensions by Eugene H. Casad (Human Cognitive Processing 39),
Amsterdam & Philadelphia: Benjamins 2012.

K. U. Panther, G. Radden
Motivation in Grammar and the Lexicon (Human Cognitive Processing 27),
Amsterdam & Philadelphia: Benjamins 2011.

K. U. Panther, L. L. Thornburg, A. Barcelona
Metonymy and Metaphor in Grammar (Human Cognitive Processing 25).
Amsterdam & Philadelphia: Benjamins 2009.

K. U. Panther, G. Radden (eds.)
Studies in Linguistic Motivation (Cognitive Linguistic Research 28).
Berlin & New York: Mouton de Gruyter 2004.

K. U. Panther, H. Cuyckens, T. Berg, R. Dirven (eds.)
Motivation in Language: Studies in Honour of Günter Radden.
Amsterdam & Philadelphia: Benjamins 2003.

K. U. Panther, L. L. Thornburg
Metonymy and Pragmatic Inferencing (Pragmatics & Beyond New Series).
Amsterdam & Philadelphia: Benjamins 2003.

K. U. Panther, Y. Liu, X. Xu
An ERP approach to thematic hierarchies regarding grammatical objects of the Chinese verb Chi (eat).
Language Sciences 40. 2013, pp. 36–44.

K. U. Panther
Motivation in language.
In: Sh. Kreitler (ed.), Cognition and Motivation: Forging an Interdisciplinary Perspective. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 2013, 407–432.

K. U. Panther, L. L. Thornburg
Antonymy in language structure and use.
In: M. Brdar, I. Raffaelli, M. Žic Fuchs (eds.), Cognitive Linguistics between Universality and Variation. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing 2012, pp. 161–188.

K. U. Panther, L. L. Thornburg
Conceptualizing humans as animals in English verb particle constructions.
Language Value 4(1/ 2012): 63–83.