New Directions in Colour Studies

Editors
Carole P. Biggam | University of Glasgow
ORCID logoCarole Hough | University of Glasgow
Christian Kay | University of Glasgow
David R. Simmons | University of Glasgow
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Colour studies attracts an increasingly wide range of scholars from across the academic world. Contributions to the present volume offer a broad perspective on the field, ranging from studies of individual languages through papers on art, architecture and heraldry to psychological examinations of aspects of colour categorization, perception and preference. The chapters have been developed from papers and posters presented at a conference on Progress in Colour Studies (PICS08) held at the University of Glasgow. The volume both updates research reported at the earlier PICS04 conference (published by Benjamins in 2006 as Progress in Colour Studies volumes 1 and 2), and introduces new and exciting topics and developments in colour research. In order to make the articles maximally accessible to a multidisciplinary readership, each of the six sections following the initial theoretical papers begins with a short preface describing and drawing together the themes of the chapters within that section. There are seventeen colour illustrations.

[Not in series, 167] 2011.  xii, 462 pp.
Publishing status: Available
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“An excellent balance has been struck between high quality scholarship and accessibility, and as a result the book would be of use to beginners and experts from across a whole range of disciplines. Though the reader may approach this book with only a handful of articles in mind, which relate directly to area of research, if they delve a little deeper, they will find topics which can illuminate new approaches and methodologies which they may not have previously considered. And therein lies the success of New Directions in Colour Studies: though spanning an exceptionally wide range of topics, it does so in true interdisciplinary spirit.”
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2014. Personality and gender-schemata contributions to colour preferences. In Colour Studies,  pp. 240 ff. DOI logo
Charitonidis, Chariton
2014. Colour verbs in Modern Greek: A cognitive approach. Word Structure 7:2  pp. 125 ff. DOI logo
Chirimuuta, Mazviita
2014. The metaphysical significance of colour categorization. In Colour Studies,  pp. 273 ff. DOI logo
De Knop, Sabine
2014. A contrastive study of colour terms in French and German causal constructions. In Multilingual Cognition and Language Use [Human Cognitive Processing, 44],  pp. 73 ff. DOI logo
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2023. Color Semantics of the Cultural Landscape. Arts 12:3  pp. 111 ff. DOI logo
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Ocelák, Radek
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Raffaelli, Ida, Daniela Katunar & Barbara Kerovec
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Rybalchenko, Anastasia
2020. THE INFLUENCE OF CELTIC MYTHOLOGY ON THE TALES OF EUROPE. Ethnic History of European Nations :62  pp. 47 ff. DOI logo
Stanulewicz, Danuta & Adam Pawłowski
2018. Chapter 13. Colour and ideology. In Progress in Colour Studies,  pp. 241 ff. DOI logo
Uberman, Agnieszka
2023. COLOUR NAMING: SEMANTICS OF THE COLOUR WHITE IN ENGLISH AND POLISH LEXICON. Lege artis. Language yesterday, today, tomorrow  pp. 147 ff. DOI logo
Uusküla, Mari
2014. Linguistic categorization of BLUE in Standard Italian. In Colour Studies,  pp. 67 ff. DOI logo
Vaičiulytė-Semėnienė, Loreta
2021. The Colour Pink in the Contemporary (Written) Lithuanian Language. Lietuvių kalba :16  pp. 70 ff. DOI logo
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2014. Preface. In Colour Studies,  pp. ix ff. DOI logo

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Main BIC Subject

CF: Linguistics

Main BISAC Subject

LAN009000: LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
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