LINGUIST List 25.90|
Thu Jan 09 2014
Calls: Cognitive Science, General Linguistics/ Language and Psychoanalysis (Jrnl)
Editor for this issue: Andrew Lamont
From: Laura Cariola <l.cariolalancaster.ac.uk>
Subject: Cognitive Science, General Linguistics/ Language and Psychoanalysis (Jrnl)
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Full Title: Language and Psychoanalysis
Linguistic Field(s): Cognitive Science; General Linguistics
Call Deadline: 31-Mar-2014
The journal 'Language and Psychoanalysis' is currently accepting manuscripts for the next issue in Spring 2014.
'Language and Psychoanalysis' is a fully peer reviewed online journal that publishes twice a year. It is the only interdisciplinary journal with a strong focus on the qualitative and quantitative analysis of language and psychoanalysis. The journal is also inclusive and not narrowly confined to the Freudian psychoanalytic theory.
We welcome a wide range of original contributions that further the understanding of the interaction between Linguistic Analysis and Theory & Psychoanalytic Theories and Techniques. Any relevant manuscripts with an emphasis on language and psychoanalysis will be considered, including papers on methodology, theory, philosophy, child development, psychopathology, psychotherapy, embodied cognition, cognitive science, applied dynamical system theory, consciousness studies, cross-cultural research, and case studies. The journal also publishes short research reports, book reviews, interviews, obituaries, and readers' comments.
Manuscripts should be send to the editor Laura A. Cariola <l.cariolalancaster.ac.uk>
Important date: Manuscript submissions due on 31st March 2014
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Many thanks and best wishes,
Laura A. Cariola
Managing Editor of Language and Psychoanalysis
Postgraduate Linguistics Student
Department of Linguistics and English Language
Lancaster LA1 4YL
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