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Mon Nov 03 2008

Calls: General Linguistics/Word Structure(Jrnl)

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Message 1: Word Structure
Date: 01-Nov-2008
From: Gregory Stump <gstumpuky.edu>
Subject: Word Structure
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Full Title: Word Structure


Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics

Call Deadline: 31-May-2009

Editors: Laurie Bauer (Wellington), Heinz Giegerich (Edinburgh) and Greg
Stump (Kentucky)
Review Editor: Salvador Valera Hernández (Jaén)
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press

Advisory Board: Stephen Anderson, Harald Baayen, Greville Corbett, Claire
Cowie, Carol Fehringer, Bernard Fradin, Jennifer Hay, Sharon Inkelas,
Rochelle Lieber, Pamela Munro, Pingali Sailaja, Franz Rainer, Andrew
Spencer, Richard Sproat, Pavol Stekauer, Bogdan Szymanek.

Word Structure is an international journal of linguistic morphology and all
related disciplines. Its outlook is both synchronic and diachronic. Its
interests are both empirical and theoretical. Its aim is to further the
understanding of the nature of words, in every sense and in the broadest
definition, in the languages of the world by applying to that concept the
methodologies of disciplines such as morphology, syntax and phonology, of
sociolinguistics and psycholinguistics, of formal, computational, cognitive
and historical linguistics and of any other relevant sub-discipline of
linguistics.

Issue 1.1 of Word Structure appeared this summer; issue 1.2 is currently in
press. The Editors now invite contributions for the journal's 2009 volume.
Authors should submit contributions to any one Editor. Potential
contributors are welcome to contact the Editors for advice regarding
submissions. The Word Structure style sheet may be found at
http://www.eupjournals.com/page/word/submissions

Call deadline: 31-May-2009


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