26.1861, FYI: New Articles and New Faces at Ampersand

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Subject: 26.1861, FYI: New Articles and New Faces at Ampersand

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Date: Wed, 08 Apr 2015 13:03:12
From: Christopher Tancock [c.tancock at elsevier.com]
Subject: New Articles and New Faces at Ampersand

 We are delighted to welcome two new faces to the Ampersand editorial team. Dr Kevin Watson (University of Canterbury, New Zealand) joined us at the beginning of the year handling papers in phonetics/phonology and Dr Rob Truswell (University of Edinburgh, UK) is standing in for Ronnie Cann during his sabbatical and deals with syntax and semantics.

Along with the new faces, there are now several recently-published articles available to read freely from the journal's homepage: http://www.journals.elsevier.com/ampersand.

Ampersand:
- is an international, peer–reviewed journal
- a highly–visible, open access home for authors
- serves the breadth of the general and applied linguistics communities
- welcomes submissions originating in applied and historical linguistics, phonetics, phonology, pragmatics, semantics, sociolinguistics and syntax
- offers an alternative outlet for work which might not be considered, or is classed as 'out of scope' elsewhere.

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
                     General Linguistics



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