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CogniTextes (AFLiCo's journal)

CogniTextes, created in 2005, is the journal of the French Association for Cognitive Linguistics (AFLiCo). Its main purpose is as a platform for academic exchange and its mission is to forge durable connections between researchers, near and far, working in cognitive linguistics, who wish to develop their domain in France or abroad. Via its peer review committee, CogniTextes offers previously unpublished articles (long and short), critical reviews and debates.

Mission statement (PDF)



Cognitive Linguistics associations

The field of Cognitive Linguistics has spawned many associations similar to the AFLiCo in other countries, especially in Europe. Here is a non-exhaustive list of these associations below. Several members of the AFLiCo are also members of some of these associations. The AFLiCo is also affiliated to the International Cognitive Linguistics Association (ICLA).


Below is a list of journals that are known to accept contributions in cognitive linguistics, if they are not actually specialized in the field. This list is not meant to be exhaustive.