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HEL (Histoireépistémologie langage)

Call Deadline: 31-Dec-2013

Call Information:
Histoire Épistémologie Langage (HEL) is an international peer-reviewed journal that has been in existence since 1979. It is ranked INT2* in the ERIH-lists established by the European Science Foundation. Published by the Société d'Histoire et d'Epistémologie des Sciences du Langage (SHESL), it is one of the leading periodicals in the fields of the history of the language sciences, linguistic historiography and philosophy of linguistics.
Although all issues of the journal have a significant thematic component, we have always made a point of publishing high-quality papers in the VARIA (Miscellaneous) section. This is an aspect that we currently wish to develop further, and that is why we are inviting submissions of papers making a significant contribution to the history or philosophy of linguistics.
Submissions should be double-spaced, in times 12, and should not exceed 50,000 characters. They are to be sent to Michèle Ballinger: michele.ballinger@linguist.jussieu.fr
The main publication languages are French and English.
For further information, please consult: http://htl.linguist.univ-paris-diderot.fr/hel/HEL0.html

* "international publications with significant visibility and influence in the various research domains in different countries"

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Histoire Épistémologie Langage (HEL) est une revue internationale à comité de lecture qui existe depuis 1979. Elle est classée INT2* dans les classements ERIH établis par la European Science Foundation. Publiée par la Société d'Histoire et d'Épistémologie des Sciences du Langage (SHESL), HEL est l'un des principaux périodiques dans les domaines de l'histoire des sciences du langage, de l'historiographie linguistique et de l'épistémologie de la linguistique.
Chaque numéro possède une importante dimension thématique. En même temps, la revue a toujours accordé une place importante à sa section VARIA, consacrée à des articles « hors thème » apportant une contribution significative à l'histoire ou l'épistémologie de la linguistique. C'est une vocation de la revue que nous souhaitons développer davantage encore dans les années à venir ; et c'est pourquoi nous vous invitons à nous soumettre un article.
Les propositions seront rédigées en times 12 avec espacement double et n'excèderont pas 50000 signes. Elles doivent être envoyées à Michèle Ballinger: michele.ballinger@linguist.jussieu.fr
Les langues principales de publication sont l'anglais et le français.
Pour de plus amples renseignements: http://htl.linguist.univ-paris-diderot.fr/hel/HEL0.html

* "international publications with significant visibility and influence in the various research domains in different countries"


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