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Diálogo de la Lengua

Call Deadline: 01-Dec-2014

Call Information:
Diálogo de la Lengua is now accepting submissions for its next issue. Articles
dealing with any topic of Spanish linguistics from a diachronic or synchronic
perspective are welcome.
Diálogo de la Lengua is a research journal focused on Spanish linguistics. Its
principal objective is the publication of scientific articles related to this
field. However, this journal was also created with the idea of being a forum
for the presentation and diffusion of other types of materials. In order to
achieve this purpose, it includes the Instrumenta studiorum section as well as
the Linguarium Project.
Diálogo de la Lengua is an on-line refereed journal published annually.
Original research articles and critical state of the art papers can be
submitted to be considered for publication. All submissions go through a
double-blind peer review process. Manuscripts must be written in either
English or Spanish. Prior to submission, authors must format their article to
fit the ''Article submission guidelines'' on the journal's webpage. All
editorial correspondence should be sent to dialogodelalengua@gmail.com.
For more information, visit our website at www.dialogodelalengua.com.


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