Books available for review

Thomas E. Payne tpayne at
Wed Apr 18 17:11:34 UTC 2012

A new listing of books available for review in Studies in Language has been
posted at the following URL:


Qualified reviewers are encouraged to participate in the dialogue of our
discipline by reviewing one or more of these books. Please contact the
Review Editor, Thomas E. Payne, if you are interested. Please include a
brief statement of why you want to review a particular book, a link to a CV
or other web page that indicates your qualifications as a reviewer, and a
postal address where I may send the book. Format and content guidelines for
Book Reviews and Review Articles can be found at


Reviews will be due five months after receipt of the book. If you submit a
publishable review by the target date, the book will be yours to keep.


Studies in Language (SL) provides a forum for the discussion of issues in
contemporary linguistics from discourse-pragmatic, functional and
typological perspectives. Areas of central concern are: discourse grammar;
syntactic, morphological and semantic universals; pragmatics;
grammaticalization and grammaticalization theory; and the description of
problems in individual languages from a discourse-pragmatic, functional, and
typological perspective. 


This journal is peer reviewed and indexed in: Social Sciences Citation
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Journal Citation Reports/Social Sciences Edition; Arts & Humanities Citation
Index; Abstracts in English Studies; Cultures, Langues, Textes; European
Reference Index for the Humanities; Germanistik; Humanities Index; IBR/IBZ;
Linguistics Abstracts; Linguistic Bibliography/Bibliographie Linguistique;
LLBA; MLA International Bibliography, Translation Studies Abstracts Online.


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