LINGUIST List 32.1037
Mon Mar 22 2021
FYI: Special Issue on Greek Morphosyntax - 'Languages'
Editor for this issue: Everett Green <everettlinguistlist.org>
Athina Sioupi <sioupi
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We are planning to edit a special issue (SI) of the journal “Languages” on Greek morphosyntax under the (working) title: ‘New glances at the morphosyntax of Greek’.
We invite you to contribute to our SI with submissions on any topic of Greek (Standard or varieties of it) which is subject to either a morphological, a syntactic or a morphosyntactic analysis. Although the theoretical perspective will be the central one of the volume, experimental, as well as contributions on second language morphosyntax, agrammatic morphosyntactic aphasia, or diachronic and comparative perspectives will also be very welcome. Papers must reflect original work, and crucially present novel facts and propose an analysis for them which will complement or revise older analyses.
Submissions should be anonymous and follow the guidelines for authors. Full manuscripts will undergo double-blind peer-review.
We request that, prior to submitting a manuscript, interested authors initially submit a proposed title and an abstract of 400-600 words summarizing their intended contribution. The proposal should be submitted via email to the guest editors (staurou
lit.auth.gr) or to 'Languages' editorial office (languages
mdpi.com). Abstracts will be reviewed by the guest editors for the purposes of ensuring proper fit within the scope of the special issue. Upon acceptance of a paper proposal, guidelines for preparing final papers will be provided.
Tentative completion schedule:
Abstract submission deadline: April 15, 2021
Notification of abstract acceptance: May 15, 2021
Full manuscript deadline: December 31, 2021
Please visit our website https://www.mdpi.com/journal/languages/special_issues/New_Glances_at_the_Morphosyntax_of_Greek
for general and specific information concerning 'Languages' and for details about our Special Issue.
Prof. Emerita AUTH
Professor of Linguistics
School of German AUTH
Linguistic Field(s): Morphology; Syntax
Subject Language(s): Greek, Modern (ell)
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