LINGUIST List 31.2510

Fri Aug 07 2020

Calls: Computational Linguistics, General Linguistics, Ling & Literature / Triangle: Language, Literature, Computation (Jrnl)

Editor for this issue: Sarah Robinson <>

Date: 06-Aug-2020
From: M. Dolores Jiménez-López <>
Subject: Computational Linguistics, General Linguistics, Ling & Literature / Triangle: Language, Literature, Computation (Jrnl)
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Full Title: Triangle: Language, Literature, Computation

Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics; General Linguistics; Ling & Literature

Call Deadline: 01-Nov-2020

Triangle is now accepting submissions for its next issue (to be published in December 2020). Articles dealing with any topic in linguistics, literary studies and computer science are welcome.
Triangle is an open access electronic publication devoted to any topic related to language, literature and computation.

Triangle welcomes contributions in any of the three journal areas: linguistics, literary studies and computer science. However, preference is given to articles involving/relating at least two of the vertices of the triangle. Studies relating language and literature or any of these two disciplines with computation will be warmly welcome.

Triangle was born in 2010 with the aim of promoting interdisciplinary research in the fields of linguistics, literary studies and computer science. Triangle intends to disseminate original, relevant, innovative and high-quality papers in the space of confluence of those three research areas. The journal name, Triangle, intends to reflect, through the three vertices of the figure, the three topics of interest for this publication (language, literature and computation) and aims to evidence that preference is given to articles that focus on the edges of the triangle, this is, works that relate, at least, two of the three involved disciplines.

Triangle is addressed to a specialized audience interested in the adoption of new methods (especially formal and computational) in the study of language and literature.

Contributions to Triangle may be made in any of the following categories/forms:
- Papers that report significant new research in any of the journal topics
- Monographic Issues containing the contribution of a single author that focuses on new research results or that presents didactic introductions to new research topics or that surveys the state of the art of an area in order to provide a good starting point for non-experts
- Special Issues containing a collection of essays/articles, written by several researchers, around a well-established topic

The languages of submission and publication are preferably English and Spanish. However, papers in Catalan and French will be also accepted.

Manuscripts for Triangle should be submitted electronically in two different formats: 1) a Word or LaTeX (plain) file and 2) a PDF file.

Paper submissions should be made as anonymised files e-mail attachments to the following address:

Visit our website at for Author Guidelines.
Please do not hesitate to contact the Editor-in-Chief for further details and clarifications at

We are looking forward to receiving your proposals.

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