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LINGUIST List 18.2049

Fri Jul 06 2007

FYI: New Series: UQ Working Papers in Linguistics

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Message 1: New Series: UQ Working Papers in Linguistics
Date: 04-Jul-2007
From: Andreas Jäger <a16dgmx.de>
Subject: New Series: UQ Working Papers in Linguistics


Dear Linguists,

We are pleased to announce that the first volume of a new series entitled
University of Queensland Working Papers in Linguistics (UQWPL)
has just been published. It is available at:

http://www.library.uq.edu.au/ojs/index.php/uqwpl/issue/current

UQWPL is a new peer-reviewed periodical (ISSS 1834-965X), which showcases
the variety and depth of the research being undertaken by the broader UQ
Linguistics community.

Although papers submitted to UQWPL are subject to peer review by two
anonymous reviewers, they represent work-in-progress. The new series is
designed as a platform for UQ Linguists to provide insight into their
ongoing research activities at an early stage of their projects and as such
it often represents the first public airing of a new idea or research
direction.

UQWPL as a periodical combines two important functions, it gets ideas and
research impulsed from UQ out to the Linguistic community as early as
possible and at the same time documents the diversity and development of
research projects carried out at UQ over the years.

The first volume of UQWPL, edited by recent UQ PhD graduate Andreas Jäger
and UQ Senior Lecturer Dr. Rob Pensalfini (series editor), contains a
variety of papers touching on Second Language Acquisition, structure of
Australian Aboriginal Languages, typology, formal syntax, and
grammaticalisation in creole genesis.

The second volume, due for publication in early 2008, will focus on
Australian Aboriginal Languages. Subsequent volumes are planned for
publication annually.

Best regards,

The UQWPL Vol. 1 editors

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics



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