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Lukeš D. Čeština na internetu: Více než možnosti, které čekají. In: Setkání s češtinou (Meeting with Czech). Prague; 2001.
Lukeš D. Terminologie a platonický svět gramatických idejí. In: Gramatická terminologie ve vyučování (Grammatical terminology and education). Prague; 2001. Abstract
Lukeš D. Válka proti liberalismu. Lidové Noviny. 2001;14(291):11.
Lukeš D. Nešťastné příhody. Lidové Noviny. 2001;14(245):16.
Lukeš D. Pouze tolerovat nestačí. Lidové Noviny. 2002;15(104):15.
Lukeš D. Člověk žena. Lidové Noviny. 2002;15(40):13.
Lukeš D. Za obzory vědy. Lidové Noviny. 2002;15(115):14.
Lukeš D. Conceptualizing the ‘Shape' of the Lesson: The Logistics of Learning. In: Stefani L, editor. Professional Teacher Development in the New Millennium: Proceedings of the 1st ELTA International Conference. Tirana, Albania: ELTA; 2005. p. 33-5.
Lukeš D. Towards a classification of metaphor use. In: Proceedings of the Third Interdiciplinary Workshop on Corpus-Based Approaches to Figurative Language. Birmingham: University of Birmingham; 2005. p. 27-34.
Lukeš D. Demokracie a demokratismus. Literární Noviny. 2005;16(10):6.
Lukeš D. Metaphors in Education. In: Metaphor @ UEA. University of East Anglia, Norwich; 2005. Abstract
Lukeš D. Britský sen. Literární Noviny. 2005;16(52):7. Abstract
Lukeš D. Doslov: O knize, jejím autorovi a kognitivní lingvistice. In: Lakoff, George: Ženy, oheň a nebezpečné věci: Co kategorie vypovídají o lidském myšlení. Praha: Triáda; 2006. p. 587-642. Abstract
Lukeš D. Lysky na severu. Lidové Noviny. 2006;19(48).
Lakoff G. Ženy, oheň a nebezpečné věci: Co kategorie vypovídají o naší mysli. Praha: Triáda; 2006.
86019136 GB87-48861 George Lakoff. Bibliography: p. 589-600. Includes indexes.
Lukeš D. Romeo nemusí zemřít. Literární Noviny. 2006;17(6):7.
Lukeš D. Nikdy nebylo líp než …. Literární Noviny, Dok. revue 8. 2006;17(42):1.
Cognitive Linguistics in Critical Discourse Studies: Application and Theory. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing; 2007. Abstract

"Critical Discourse Analysis has grown at a surprising rate over the past two decades. It has grown in terms of the range of social and political issues that it confronts. Practitioners of CDA are now found in many countries across the globe. The present volume reflects these developments. In addition it paves the way for new theoretical and methodological frameworks. In parallel with CDA, Cogntive Linguistics has produced exciting new ways of linking human language to the human mind and the human experience.The present volume brings together these currents of thought in a way that poropels critical approaches to language in new ground-breaking directions. Anyone who is looking for new ways to do CDA will have to consult this excellent collection of papers."
—Paul Chilton, Professor of Linguistics, Lancaster University

"This book is a welcome addition to the rising tide of research combining critical and cognitive approaches to discourse. As such, it features the work of established and young scholars who apply a range of notions from cognitive linguistics to the study of authentic data. Each chapter is firmly grounded in such empirical research and provides a balanced discussion of cognitive and critical linguistics. The book will be of interest to postgraduate students in linguistics and media studies, as well as to researchers in both Cognitive Linguistics and Critical Discourse Analysis who seek to integrate the two.
—Veronika Koller, Lecturer in English Language, Department of Linguistics and English Language, Lancaster University

"This collection gives a timely and vigorous contribution to a fast-developing field of research at the interface between Cognitive Linguistics and Critical Discourse Analysis. The editors and contributors are genuinely committed to both disciplines, and show how the application of Cognitive Linguistics and Critical Discourse Analysis can lead to significant advances in both research paradigm. In sum, this is an exciting and ground-breaking book, which represents the state-of-the-art in cognitively-oriented Critical Discourse Analysis."
—Elena Semino, Lancaster University

"This collection of articles illustrates and explores theoretically how cognitive linguistics (CL) in its various forms can contribute to a more psychologically robust critical discourse analysis (CDA). Its value lies in the scholarly depth of its theoretical explorations, the range of theories it touches upon, and the variety of texts (from the literary to the political) and cultures (USA, Belgium, Egypt, UK etc.) from which it takes its illustrative texts. Analysis is never for its own sake but always to exemplify different kinds of theoretical symbiosis between CDA and CL. This coherent and well-planned volume represents a major contribution to the multi-disciplinary project bridging the cognitive and the social approaches to discourse description, pragmatic interpretation and ideological explanation, and will prove a mine of source material on the diversity of possible theoretical approaches, and a stimulating challenge for any seriously engaged student or analyst."
Professor Andrew Goatly, Lingnan University, Hong Kong SAR, China.

Lukeš D. Review of 'Shogun' by James Clavell. Moore L, editor. Norwich: Future Radio 96.9; 2007.
Lukeš D. Review of 'Winetou' by Karl May. Moore L, editor. Norwich: Future Radio 96.9; 2007.
Lukeš D. What does it mean when texts ‘really’ mean something?: Types of evidence for conceptual patterns in discourse. In: Cognitive Linguistics in Critical Discourse Studies: Application and Theory. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing; 2007.
Lukeš D. Epistemology of Educational Case Study. In: British Educational Research Association Conference. Institute of Education, London; 2007.
Lukeš D, Donohue F, Mayhew-Smith P. Leading Personalisation. In: Collinson D, editor. Personalising Learner Voice. Vol 11. Lancaster: Centre for Excellence in Leadership; 2008. p. 7-23.
Lukeš D. Open Source Community Models for Supporting Educational Practice. In: FE in HE, JISC Symposium. City College, Norwich; 2008.