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California Linguistic Notes

Call Deadline: 28-Feb-2020

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California Linguistic Notes

Editor: Patricia Schneider-Zioga; California State University, Fullerton

http://english.fullerton.edu/publications/cln.asp

California Linguistic Notes is a semi-annual peer-reviewed journal which publishes original linguistic research of interest to the field of general linguistics, encompassing a broad theoretical and methodological scope. We invite submissions in the form of articles, notes & replies, squibs, and book reviews. We are particularly interested in articles on lesser-researched languages. New issues are published twice a year in May and November.

We aim for author notification of a publication decision within 3 months of submission.

Manuscript Submissions:

Submissions should be prepared according to the Unified Linguistics Style
Sheet. Detailed information can be found at this link:
http://english.fullerton.edu/publications/clnsubmit.asp

All editorial correspondence should be addressed to:
-Patricia Schneider-Zioga, pzioga@fullerton.edu

For all submissions, authors should send an electronic file, preferably in
Word or .pdf format, as an email attachment or by snail mail on a disk or flash drive. For submissions with specialized fonts or other graphic materials, manuscripts should be submitted as a .pdf file.

Send snail mail submissions to: California Linguistic Notes; Dept. of English, Comparative Literature, & Linguistics; California State University Fullerton; Fullerton, CA 92634

Submissions undergo double-blind review.

For more information please visit the journal's homepage at
http://english.fullerton.edu/publications/cln.asp


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