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Mon Mar 01 2010

FYI: New Journal: Linguistic Approaches to Bilingualism

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        1.    Paul Peranteau, New Journal: Linguistic Approaches to Bilingualism

Message 1: New Journal: Linguistic Approaches to Bilingualism
Date: 01-Mar-2010
From: Paul Peranteau <paulbenjamins.com>
Subject: New Journal: Linguistic Approaches to Bilingualism
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John Benjamins Publishing is pleased to announce a new journal to be
published in 2011:

Linguistic Approaches to Bilingualism (LAB)

Over the past few decades there has been a sharp increase in the scientific
precision and complexity of the linguistic study of bilingualism. This
journal will contribute to this general program, assuming a broad
definition of bilingualism including:

- Adult L2 acquisition
- Simultaneous child bilingualism
- Child L2 acquisition
- Adult heritage speaker competence
- L1 attrition in L2/Ln environments
- Adult L3/Ln acquisition.

Linguistic Approaches to Bilingualism will provide an outlet for
cutting-edge, contemporary studies on bilingualism, exclusively from formal
linguistic and cognitive science approaches. The journal will solicit
high-quality articles of original research assuming any cognitive science
approach to understanding the mental representation of bilingual language
competence and performance, including cognitive linguistic theories,
emergentism/connectionism, generative theories, psycholinguistic and
processing accounts, and covering typical and atypical populations (e.g.,
SLI and other linguistic disorders). Four types of articles will appear in LAB.

http://www.benjamins.com/jbp/series/LAB/guidelines.doc

General Research articles: 8,000-10,000 word articles that present original
empirical research pertinent to the study of cognitive-linguistic
bilingualism.

Squibs and Research Reports: These articles should not exceed 5,000 words
and should present research on ongoing theoretical projects or subsets of
data sets making significant contributions that are time sensitive.

Epistemological Topics: these articles on topics of general epistemological
interest in the sub-disciplines that contribute research to the journal
will be between 8,000 and 12,000 words and will be by invitation only.

Spotlight issue: Annually, one Spotlight issue will be published focusing
on research of one particular language, language family or a cohort of
articles addressing the same theoretical questions within the remit of the
journal. Proposals to guest edit this issue should be no longer than 3
pages and sent to the editors.

Please address inquiries to the general editors, Jason Rothman or Roumyana
Slabakova by e-mailing them at the journal e-mail LABjournaluiowa.edu
and/or visit http://benjamins.com/catalog/lab.

General Editors:
Jason Rothman (University of Iowa, USA)
Roumyana Slabakova (University of Iowa, USA)

Associate editors (Squibs and Research Reports)
Theo Marinis (University of Reading, UK)
Ludovica Serratrice (University of Manchester, UK)

Associate editor: (Epistemological Topics)
Silvina Montrul (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, USA)

Editorial Board:
Camilla Bardel (Stockholm)
Rakesh Bhatt (Illinois)
David Birdsong (Texas-Austin)
Kees de Bot (Groningen)
Joyce Bruhn de Garavito (W.Ontario)
Susanne Carroll (Calgary)
Martha Crago (Dalhousie)
Laurent Dekydtspotter (Indiana)
Paola Dussias (Penn State)
Nick Ellis (Michigan)
Claudia Felser (Essex)
María del Pilar García Mayo (Basque Country)
Susan Gass (Michigan State)
Virgina Gathercole (Bangor)
Aafke Hulk (Amsterdam)
Kenneth Hyltenstam (Stockholm)
Alan Juffs (Pittsburgh)
Judith Kroll (Penn State)
Tanja Kupisch (Hamburg)
Donna Lardiere (Georgetown)
Juana Liceras (Ottawa)
Conxita Lleó (Hamburg)
Michael Long (Maryland)
Jürgen M. Meisel (Hamburg)
Natascha Müller (Wuppertal)
Elena Nicoladis (Alberta)
William O'Grady (Hawaii)
Amanda Owen (Iowa)
Johanne Paradis (Alberta)
Maria Polinsky (Harvard)
Philippe Prévost (Tours)
Leah Roberts (Max-Planck)
Monika Schmid (Groningen)
Bonnie Schwartz (Hawaii)
Michael Sharwood Smith (Heriot-Watt)
Antonella Sorace (Edinburgh
Ianthi Tsimpli (Aristotle-Thessaloniki)
Michael Ullman (Georgetown)
Bill VanPatten (Texas Tech)
Lydia White (McGill)
Martha Young-Scholten (Newcastle)

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; Cognitive Science; Language Acquisition; Psycholinguistics

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