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LINGUIST List 21.5

Mon Jan 04 2010

Calls: General Linguistics/Journal of South Asian Linguistics (Jrnl)

Editor for this issue: Fatemeh Abdollahi <fatemehlinguistlist.org>

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        1.    Miriam Butt, Journal of South Asian Linguistics

Message 1: Journal of South Asian Linguistics
Date: 03-Jan-2010
From: Miriam Butt <miriam.buttuni-konstanz.de>
Subject: Journal of South Asian Linguistics
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Full Title: Journal of South Asian Linguistics

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics

Call Deadline: 31-Mar-2010

We are pleased to announce the second volume of the Online Journal of South
Asian Linguistics that is published with CSLI Publications.

With the 2009 volume on-line, we would now like to solicit papers for
further issues.

The Journal of South Asian Linguistics is devoted to work pursuing formal
approaches to the study of South Asian Languages. We conceive of South
Asian Languages broadly to cover the languages of Afghanistan, Bangladesh,
Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, and Tibet and that of
the South Asian diasporas.

The journal covers the areas of computational linguistics, historical
linguistics, language acquisition, morphology, phonology, phonetics,
psycholinguistics, semantics, and syntax as well as work on other areas of
linguistics that interfaces with one of the aforementioned areas. The
formal analyses pursued in the articles can be couched in any theoretical
framework. An important goal of the journal is to bring together
theoretically oriented work with the vast range of crosslinguistic
variation found in the South Asian subcontinent and to provide a dedicated
forum for a discussion of the linguistic diversity of this area with a
focus on the understudied and underdocumented languages of the region.

General information about the Journal can be found here:


Particular information for authors is at this link:


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