|Title of host publication||UCLA Encyclopedia of Egyptology|
|Editors||Julie Stauder-Porchet, Andréas Stauder, Willeke Wendrich|
|Place of Publication||Los Angeles|
|Publisher||University of California at Los Angeles|
|Number of pages||17|
|Publication status||Published - Apr 2017|
When tracing the epistemological but also thematic development of metaphor studies in Egyptology, what can be seen is a change from a typological perspective, which sought to categorize both motifs and metaphor types, to a more cognitive perspective, which was more interested in the processes behind the linguistic phenomena. In the last few years there has also been increased interest in the development of metaphors in pan-textual as well as multimodal perspective and in the usage and extent of metaphors in all range of phenomena, such as textual, graphemic, and even pictorial media.