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LINGUIST List 21.2701

Thu Jun 24 2010

Calls: History of Linguistics/Revista argentina de... (Jrnl)

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        1.    Guillermo Toscano y García, Revista argentina de historiografía lingüística

Message 1: Revista argentina de historiografía lingüística
Date: 23-Jun-2010
From: Guillermo Toscano y García <editorrahl.com.ar>
Subject: Revista argentina de historiografía lingüística
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Full Title: Revista argentina de historiografía lingüística

Linguistic Field(s): History of Linguistics

Call Deadline: 19-Sep-2010

Revista argentina de historiografía lingüística (RAHL) is an open access
journal aimed at disseminating research into the history of language
science in Argentina and Latin America framed within linguistic historiography.

Above all, RAHL encourages the publication of papers focusing on:

a) the discussion of theoretical, methodological, or epistemological issues
in linguistic historiography as a discipline within linguistics; and
b) the critical analysis of the ways in which ideas on language have
historically been put forward, developed, and circulated. Papers on Latin
America are especially welcome, although work on other geographical areas
can also be reviewed for publication.

RAHL is indexed and abstracted in the following databases: CSA Linguistics
and Language Behavior Abstracts, Dialnet, DOAJ, Latindex, Linguistics
Abstracts, MLA International Bibliography, MLA Directory of Periodicals,
Ulrich's Periodicals Directory and ZDB.

For more information please visit the journal's homepage at

Call deadline: 19-Sep-2010

Guillermo Toscano y García

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