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||“Diacronia” is an online, bilingual, open-access, peer-reviewed journal that publishes original research in areas such as diachronic linguistics (historical phonetics and dialectology, historical grammar, etymology, onomasiology, semasiology), philology, sociolinguistics, Bible translation studies, corpus linguistics and anthropology. In tune with the research within anthropology, sociology, Bible studies, biology and physics, “Diacronia” covers a variety of topics related to different aspects of the social and cognitive development having an impact on linguistics or through which linguistics can contribute to elevate the wealth of knowledge in other fields. Consequently, the Journal publishes theoretical and applied works – approached from a diachronic perspective – from the fields of linguistics and philology and the neighbouring or connected domains.
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