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||Journal of Comparative Philology
||The Penn State University Press
||Philology is a rigorously scientific approach to the study of the phenomenon of language as mediated by texts. While literary texts remain the primary subject of philological inquiry, we consider philology to embrace the study of orally-transmitted texts as well, thereby encompassing both the oral and literary manifestations of language. Traditional Philology also encompasses elements of Historical and Comparative Linguistics, but is not limited in its scope to these disciplines. Comparative Philology, by contrast, entails the study of language, as mediated by texts, across geographic, chronological, and scholarly boundaries. The Journal of Comparative Philology is therefore committed to publishing philological scholarship that reflects explicit diachronic, multicultural, crosslinguistic, and/or transdisciplinary approaches.
| Linguistic Field(s):
Ling & Literature