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Wed Mar 12 2008
Calls: General Linguistics/Ianua. Revista Philologica Romanica (Jrnl)
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González i Planas,
Ianua. Revista Philologica Romanica
Message 1: Ianua. Revista Philologica Romanica
From: Francesc González i Planas <francescromaniaminor.net>
Subject: Ianua. Revista Philologica Romanica
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Full Title: Ianua. Revista Philologica Romanica
Linguistic Field(s): Discipline of Linguistics
Subject Language(s): Andalusian Arabic; Caló; Catalan-Valencian-Balear; Chavacano; Crioulo, Upper Guinea; English; French; Indo-Portuguese; Italian; Judeo-Italian; Korlai Creole Portuguese; Ladino; Latin; Lombard; Macanese; Malaccan Creole Portuguese; Middle French; Old French; Old Spanish; Pidgin, Timor; Plautdietsch; Portuguese; Romanian; Romanian, Istro; Romanian, Macedo; Romanian, Megleno; Spanish; Zarphatic
Language Family(ies): Latin Subgroup
Call Deadline: 15-Sep-2008
Ianua. Revista Philologica Romanica (Ianua) is a yearly open access journal
devoted to the promotion of research works about Romance Philology and
Linguistics. It is an initiative of the Institute of Romance Studies
Any individual interested in sending us their collaborations can do so all
over the year to our address romaniaminor.net>. However, Ianua's
Editorial Board will make a call for papers once a year, where a deadline
will be set. The call will be sent to the members of Romania Minor,
collaborators of previous issues, specialised internet forums and
university and research institutions in Spain, Europe and America.
The deadline for the reception of collaborations will be 15th September of
each year. The acceptance of the articles will be communicated to the
authors within a period not longer than two months after they send their
All the manuscripts will respect the norms described in the style sheet
*Original Contribution Selection Process and Arbitration*
For any received contribution Ianua will appoint two readers, who will
individually value the said contribution. In the event that one of the
reports is negative, a third reader will be appointed in order to decide
whether the contribution can be published or not.
If an article is accepted, Ianua will send the authors the reports written
by the readers in order to perform the necessary corrections. Since that
moment, the authors will have one calendar month to return their manuscript
corrected. In case the authors do not send any corrected version or
disaffirms the publication of the article in the given period, the editors
of the journal will publish the article according to the version valued by
the readers, which does not involve that the editors of Ianua cannot
include the opportune typographic changes.
After editing the articles the editors of Ianua will send a copy or a
galley of the article so that authors will have two calendar weeks to
include the required typographic, spelling or style modifications. If no
modification is included, the editors will consider that the edition is
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