LINGUIST List 16.679

Tue Mar 08 2005

Calls: General Linguistics

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        1.    Jouni Rostila, SKY Journal of Linguistics

Message 1: SKY Journal of Linguistics

Date: 08-Mar-2005
From: Jouni Rostila <>
Subject: SKY Journal of Linguistics

Full Title: SKY Journal of Linguistics

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics

Call Deadline: 31-May-2005

SKY Journal of Linguistics, the general linguistics journal of the
Linguistic Association of Finland (SKY), is again looking for contributors.
SKY JoL welcomes unpublished original works from authors of all
nationalities and theoretical persuasions. Every manuscript is reviewed by
at least two anonymous referees. In addition to papers on any linguistic
topic, SKY JoL publishes short 'squibs' (3-5 pages) and book reviews. The
languages of publication are English, French and German. SKY JoL appears
once a year, both in print and as a free-access web journal.

If you would like to review a book for SKY JoL, contact one of the editors,
who will then request a review copy from the publisher.

The deadline for initial submissions is the end of May each year. Provided
that a manuscript is accepted for publication without major revisions, it
will in the normal course of events appear in January the next year. In
case you have difficulty meeting the deadline, please contact the editors.

For further information, visit our web pages at or contact one of the editors:

Pentti Haddington
Dept. of English
P.O. Box 1000
FIN-90014 University of Oulu

Jouni Rostila
Dept. of German Language and Culture Studies
FIN-33014 University of Tampere

Ulla Tuomarla
Dept. of Romance Languages
P.O. Box 24
FIN-00014 University of Helsinki

Please note that all the editors deal with submissions in English besides
the language of their special expertise indicated by their affiliations.

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