LINGUIST List 27.1870

Fri Apr 22 2016

Calls: Gen Ling / Macrolinguistics (Jrnl)

Editor for this issue: Amanda Foster <>

Date: 22-Apr-2016
From: Qing-Hua Ma <>
Subject: Gen Ling / Macrolinguistics (Jrnl)
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Full Title: Macrolinguistics

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics

Call for Papers:A journal specialized in research papers of non-Indo-European linguistics

About the Journal:

Macrolinguistics, ISSN 1934-5755, is an international academic journal published annually by The Learned Press (a publishing house registered in the US) and jointly organized by Nanjing University of China. The Journal is specialized in research papers of non-Indo-European linguistics.

The papers will be issued in English or Chinese, in length not more than 25,000 Chinese characters or 15,000 words. We only accept online submission or e-mail submission, and the email address is, or

Our call for papers has no deadline. The editorial board will notify you within two months after reception whether to accept your contribution. Contributions are welcome, but do not send duplicate of manuscripts to other journals in the meantime.

If you want to have a non-English paper published in English, you can arrange its own translation, or entrust us to arrange the translation for a fee. All papers will be published in book form, and in electronic form posted on our website. The authors will receive two free copies of the current issue of the journal in book form.

Article Types:

- Original linguistic theory (mainly original theory based on the facts of non-Indo-European languages)
- Systematic Operational Grammar research and other systematic operational linguistic research(systematic operational linguistics based on complex system theory is the main feature of the Journal, where research papers of systematic operational grammar, systematic etymology, systematic rhetoric, second language teaching research based on systematic operational theory will be published as priority)
- Fieldwork (to investigate and describe the syntax, semantics and vocabulary of non-Indo-European languages)
- Synchronic linguistics (synchronic study of vocabulary, semantics, syntax, pragmatics within the system architecture of non-Indo-European languages)
- Study in change of languages (mainly discusses the history of the formation and mechanism of modern non-Indo-European language systems, geographic variation, social and stylistic variation mechanism, mechanism of language change caused by contact with other Indo-European languages. We welcome instructive laws found in the corresponding fields)
- Language typology and anthropological linguistics(based on non-Indo-European languages, highlighting generality and peculiarity of languages and cultural anthropological interpretation of language issues)
- Mathematical linguistics (statistical study of modern non-Indo-European languages, in particular, study combining comparison with statistics);
- Psycholinguistics and second language teaching research (for non-Indo-European languages)


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