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Tue Oct 26 2010

Calls: General Linguistics/Rice Working Papers in Linguistics (Jrnl)

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        1.     Carlos Molina-Vital , Rice Working Papers in Linguistics

Message 1: Rice Working Papers in Linguistics
Date: 26-Oct-2010
From: Carlos Molina-Vital <crm5rice.edu>
Subject: Rice Working Papers in Linguistics
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Full Title: Rice Working Papers in Linguistics

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics

Call Deadline: 15-Nov-2010


The Rice Working Papers in Linguistics is currently soliciting submissions for
its third volume (you can see published volumes at
http://owling.blogs.rice.edu/rwpl-vol-1/ and
http://owling.blogs.rice.edu/rwpl-vol-2/). The deadline is November 15th.
Please see the guidelines below and
consider submitting your work to rwplrice.edu.


Rice Working Papers in Linguistics, Volume 3
Deadline: **November 15th, 2010**

The Rice Linguistics Society (RLS) solicits submissions from all subfields of
linguistics (with the exception of ESL/TESOL and related areas of applied
linguistics) for publication in the Rice Working Papers in Linguistics. Students
and post-docs are strongly encouraged to submit. We especially welcome
submissions in line with our department's focus on functional, usage-based
approaches to language study using empirical data, including but not limited
to the following:

-cognitive/functional linguistics
-typology and language universals
-field studies in less commonly researched languages
-sociolinguistics, including sociophonetics
-phonetics and speech processing
-laboratory phonology
-forensic linguistics
-corpus linguistics
-psycholinguistics and language processing
-language change and grammaticalization

Submitted papers must meet the following minimum style requirements:

-recommended length 15-25 pages (normally 5000-8000 words); significantly
longer or shorter papers will be considered on a case-by-case basis (contact
the editorial board)
-For comprehensive details on format (such as font, margins, examples,
references, etc.) please refer to the RWPL template available on the Style
sheet link at http://www.ruf.rice.edu/~rls/files/Style_Sheet.dot
-submit an abstract (maximum 500 words), including 3-5 keywords, as a
separate Word file
-submit two copies (in addition to your abstract):
(1) one copy in Word (2003 or 2007)
(2) in addition to the Word submission, you must send a PDF version to
ensure fonts are preserved

RLS accepts only electronic submissions for the working papers. These must
be sent to rwplrice.edu, and the body of the e-mail should include:

-title of paper
-name of author(s)
-phone number
-contact e-mail address

The deadline for receipt of submissions is **November 15th, 2010**.
Questions regarding the submissions process or style requirements may be
addressed to the editorial board at rwplrice.edu.

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