Online Paper Archives
·Archive of Junction Grammar Papers: The papers are subdivided into four categories: (1) Foundation articles; (2) Formalizations of the model; (3) Articles that employ junction grammar for the analysis of specific linguistic problems; and (4) Articles that describe pedagogical applications of junction grammar.
·Artificial Intelligence and Linguistics: The following two books, now out of print, have been released, free of charge, as PDF files on the Web: Natural Language Processing for Prolog Programmers, Prolog Programming in Depth.
·Cascadilla Press: BUCLD: Proceedings of the Boston University Conference in Language Development.
·CogPrints Electronic Archive: An archive of papers in Linguistics and all cognitive sciences.
·Computational Linguistics In the Netherlands Proceedings: DIfferent papers from the CLIN-meetings.
·FOELDES, Csaba: Papers on Linguistics of German: Lexicography, Sociolnguistics, Languages in Contact, Language Policy, Intercultural Studies, Orthogaphy, Onomastics, German Language in Hungary and Eastern Europe.
·Groninger Arbeiten zur germanistischen Linguistik (GAGL): Repository of back-issues from Volume 18 (1981) on. New volumes appear at the same URL. GAGL is a working papers series on Germanic syntax and adjacent areas (online only from 2007 on).
·Hudson: downloadable papers on Word Grammar
·International Journal of Engineeing Science and Advanced Technology: IJESAT (International Journal of Engineering Science & Advanced Technolgy) is an open access and online international journal for the enhancement of research in various discipline of Engineering, Science and Advanced Technology. IJESAT brings together Engineers, Scientists and Research Scholars from all over the world who works professionally to upgrade status of human society by their ideas and research. . IJESAT, is also an international forum for Scientists, Engineers, Research Scholars and Students in all aspects of Engineering Science and Advanced Technology to publish high quality and referred papers. The papers for publication in IJESAT are selected through rigorous peer reviews to ensure originality, timeliness, relevance, and readability. While it emphasizes publication of previously unpublished materials, selected conference papers with exceptional merit that require wider exposure are, at the discretion of the editors, also published provided they meet the journal's peer review standard. IJESAT also seeks clearly written survey and review articles from experts in the field to promote insightful understanding of the state-of-the-art and the technology trends. IJESAT signs research projects, grants scholarships and prizes, organizes international conferences, seminars, publishes journals and books and carries out autonomous scientific/engineering research or collaborates with universities and state or private research centers and institutions. All papers in our conference proceedings will be published.
·International Journal of Language Studies: International Journal of Language Studies (IJLS)(ISSN: 2157-4898; eISSN: 2157-4901) is the continuation of Iranian Journal of Language Studies (IJLS) - ISSN 17355184, eISSN 17357047 - which was published until October 2009. Since October 2009, From Volume 3 Issue 4 onwards, the journal received its new title and ISSN numbers. International Journal of Language Studies (IJLS) is unique in that it provides a forum devoted to the discussion of topics and issues in language study which is of interdisciplinary significance. It publishes contributions from researchers in all fields relevant to the study of language. The investigation of language and its communicational functions are treated as a concern shared in common by those working in anthropology, the arts, artificial intelligence, education, ethology, literature, linguistics, physiology, philosophy, psychology and the social sciences. In International Journal of Language Studies (IJLS), emphasis is placed on the implications of current research for establishing common theoretical frameworks within which findings from different areas of study may be accommodated and interrelated. By focusing attention on the many ways in which language is integrated with other forms of communicational activity and interactional behaviour, papers published by International Journal of Language Studies (IJLS) intend to explore ways of developing a science of language which is not restricted by existing disciplinary boundaries. International Journal of Language Studies (IJLS) publishes papers of any length, if justified, as well as review articles surveying developments in various fields of language study (including language teaching, language testing, pragmatics, sociolinguistics, (critical) discourse analysis, ESP, curriculum development, politeness research, and so on). Also, a considerable number of pages in each issue are devoted to critical book reviews.
·Italian Journal of Linguistics / Rivista di Linguistica: Website of the Italian Journal of Linguistics (Rivista di Linguistica)
·Language Technology: The absence of a field of knowledge in a language is sign of imperfection of concerned society not of the language. In this entire process, due to lack of better coordination and contemporary development, the objectivity and capability of the language becomes questionable after certain period even ridiculous, too. This is happening with all Indian languages in localising process of information technology. These languages are unable to make better correlation with speedy development of computational behaviours. Hindi is one of them. So in stead of the sense of present satisfaction, a determined commitment towards resolving the upcoming challenges can be accumulated with hope and this e-forum is a modest effort in this direction. Promotion of Linguistics and Artificial Intelligence in wider range of India is one of the pusposes of the forum, scientific writing and original thinking in Hindi will be encouraged as well. Thus, the scholars who are involve in in-depth research in the several areas of Natural Language Processing and their efforts, experiences and achievements can be made accessible at the mass level. It can be encouraged with academic intervention among various research institutions with meaningful dialogue, so that, this accessible forum can promote researchers for their writings with research and development resulting into avoidance of natural vagueness of secondary sources of writing. This forum is also targeted to make available a fare reviews of books, softwares and formalisms of concerned discipline with the aim of popularising them among interested people and to initiate dialogue about its utilities. Although, the medium of the accompanying magazine will be Hindi and English, there will be space to coordinate with all Indian languages. However as per its commitment, the magazine will be centralised to Hindi, for Hindi and through Hindi. If English will peep a little, that should be taken as natural pressure of this subject and also a positive indication of forthcoming acceptance for Hindi in this discipline. This web-forum is committed to create conducive academic environment for research & development. Accordingly a huge database will be prepared where Linguists, Computer Scientists and their academic activities can be preserved with the aim of making them available at mass level. Finally, It is requested to all the scholars to enrich the forum with their important suggestions, writings and view sharing.
·Legacy of Scythians: There are given Chuvashian-Scythian lexical and mythological links in the book. According to these links, one can think that modern Chuvashes are descendants of old Scythians.
·LingBuzz: an article archive and a community space for Generative Linguistics
·Linguistics Abstracts On-line-edited by Terry Langendoen: Immediate access to all abstracts published in Linguistics Abstracts since 1985, plus all current material as it becomes available.
·Linguistics Manifesto: This collection of papers focuses on a unified framework on linguistics as it is understood now, after the discovery of the PreBabel Principle in 2009. It is after this principle that the linguistic based universal language and the Super Unified Linguistic Theory arose.
·Linguistics Working Papers Directory: On-line Linguistics Working Papers Directory (LWPD), published by Cascadilla Press.
·Newspeak Magazine: Online periodical on language and culture, published by the students' circle for language and culture at the University of Munich (LMU).
·Nostratica: An online international archive of publications, news and events devoted to historical linguistics and long range comparison of languages. Created by the Moscow State Humanities University.
·On-line Archive of Papers for the International Conference on Salish and Neighboring Languages: This is an online archive of conference papers for the International Conference on Salish and Neighboring Languages, currently covering the time span 1966-1999.
·On-line Papers, Harvard University: Links to on-line papers by Faculty and Students sorted by field.
·Online Farsi Linguistic Sources and Forum: Online linguistic News and Sources in Farsi اولین و بزرگترین مرجع اطلاع رسانی و تالارهای گفتگوی زبان شناسی
·Papers in the Studies in Modern Grammar in Korea: Download entire contents of linguistics papers from a journal, the Studies in Modern Grammar in Korea.
·Proceedings of Semantics and Linguistic Theory: The Proceedings of Semantics and Linguistic Theory XVI is now online. Official publication versions of articles will be permanently available through the open-access digital repository D-Space: http://dspace.library.cornell.edu/handle/1813/5910 Details on the official print version will be announced soon.
·Quantitative Fuzzy Semantics and Computational Semiotics: Selected papers by Burghard B.Rieger, University of Trier (in zipped PostScript format) Rutgers Optimality Archive.
·Recherches Linguistiques de Vincennes: Some volumes of Recherches Linguistiques de Vincennes are available online.
·Research in Theoretical Linguistics(Journal): Journal: Research in Theoretical Linguistics.
·Rutgers Optimality Archive: The Rutgers Optimality Archive is a distribution point for research papers in Optimality Theory. Posting in ROA is open to all who wish to disseminate their work in, on, or about OT.
·snippets: Journal of technical notes on syntax and semantics.
·The 19th Colloquium on Generative Grammar on the web: The video/audio files and the handouts of many of the talks of the 19th Colloquium on Generative Grammar (April 1-3, 2009, University of the Basque Country) are now on the web. Materials cover many aspects of Generative Grammar and may be watched online, as described on the site.
·The Asian EFL Journal - Free Online Academic Research: The Asian-EFL-Journal journal is a major forum devoted to discussions on TEFL research and development. An indexed and referred journal free for users.
·The ILLC Research Reports and Technical Notes Series: Dissertation Series of the Institute for Logic, Language and Computation, University of Amsterdam.
·University of Groningen, linguistics paper archive: Paper archive of linguistics section of the Graduate School for behavioral and Cognitive Neurosciences, Groningen, The Netherlands.
·What's trending in Language and Linguistics?: To make it easier for you to access the latest, most popular research in language and linguistics from Routledge, we've put together a free to access online collection of the most-read articles from across our language and linguistics journals portfolio.
·WMSU Research Journal: Repository of research works and other publications of the Western Mindanao State University, Zamboanga City, Philippines Tel. No. (+6362) 991 3103
·WPLC Digital Edition of the University of Victoria: We are excited to announce the launch of our new digital edition of the Working Papers Linguistic Circle Journal of the University of Victoria. As of 2010, this site will host the collaborative efforts of students of the Linguistics Department exploring language related issues. The latest edition (Volume 20) features works from both undergraduate and graduate students in an effort to bridge the gap between students' research and encourage new networks in which to explore linguistics at UVic and beyond. This site will eventually contain the entire archive of nearly 30 years of WPLC along with each new edition. We encourage you to explore the latest edition (downloadable in full) and share with us on the WPLC blog. Thank you for your support and we look forward to hearing from you!