From: Gabriella Mazzon <editors_rhesisdiplist.it>
Subject: Rhesis: New Online Journal Announcement and CFP
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New Journal Announcement
The Dipartimento di Linguistica e Stilistica (www.diplist.it) of the
University of Cagliari, Italy, announces the birth of a new academic
journal: Rhesis International Journal of Linguistics, Philology, and
About this Journal:
Rhesis is a new peer-reviewed international online journal that is divided
into two streams:
Rhesis Linguistics and Philology aims at publishing outstanding
contributions in all subfields of functional linguistics that show a
methodological orientation to the empirical verification of theories. It
welcomes contributions in all empirically-oriented language studies with
application to both classical and modern languages, and it devotes
particular attention to theoretically-grounded studies in historical
linguistics. It also welcomes philological studies focusing on either
textual or cultural issues.
Rhesis Literature welcomes contributions on both classical and modern
literatures of the world, with a particular attention to critical
innovation and interdisciplinary research. It features contributions on the
diverse cultural manifestations of literature studies and related
disciplines, with a special focus on hybridization and on the
problematisation of genres.
Rhesis will be issued twice a year, in June and December. Both issues will
features research articles, review articles, research notes, and book reviews.
For further information and details about submission of manuscripts.
Contributions in English, French, German, Spanish and Italian will be
considered, but an abstract in English should always be included.
Rhesis does not require a subscription fee, but registration will be
required to access the contents of the journal; registration information
will of course be kept confidential
Call for Papers
The Editors invite the submission of papers for the first issues of Rhesis,
according to the subject areas and themes outlined in the Journal
Submission should follow the guidelines indicated at:
This should reach us no later than 1 October 2010 (onecommon deadline for
both Linguistics/Philology and Literature has been established for the
The process of double peer reviewing will take approximately one month,
after which individual authors will have a further deadline for the
submission of final versions, in case revising is necessary.
Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics
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