[Lingtyp] New journal 'Linguistic Typology at the Crossroads' - First Issue
caterina.mauri at unibo.it
Thu Sep 2 18:10:14 UTC 2021
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We are happy to announce that the first issue of the newly founded journal Linguistic Typology at the Crossroads has been published and is freely available athttps://typologyatcrossroads.unibo.it
Linguistic Typology at the Crossroads (LTC) is a new journal dedicated to the crossroads where linguistic typology meets its neighboring fields. Thanks to the advanced infrastructure provided by ABIS-AlmaDL<https://sba.unibo.it/it/almadl/> at the University of Bologna, LTC provides immediate and free open access to all publications, with no embargo and no publication fees (Diamond OA).
Submissions for the second and subsequent issues are now open: Submit a paper<https://typologyatcrossroads.unibo.it/about/submissions>
We especially encourage submissions investigating typological questions in the light of methods and data coming from neighboring fields, such as historical linguistics, sociolinguistics, psycho- and neurolinguistics, corpus linguistics, educational linguistics, and computational linguistics. Submissions dealing with a small set of languages or with a single language are also welcome if they are typologically informed and have a theoretical impact (e.g. by containing new empirical evidence or challenging current interpretations of available data).
Papers accepted for publication are selected solely on the basis of scientific quality and scholarly standing, after undergoing a double-blind peer-review.
For more information, please visit the journal website: https://typologyatcrossroads.unibo.it
If you are curious about the journal name, check the Editorial paper<https://typologyatcrossroads.unibo.it/article/view/13473>.
We look forward to receiving you submissions!
Caterina Mauri and Nicola Grandi (University of Bologna)
Francesca Di Garbo (University of Helsinki) and Andrea Sansò (University of Insubria)
Prof.ssa Caterina Mauri
Coordinatrice del Corso di Studi in Lingue, mercati e culture dell'Asia e dell'Africa mediterranea
Università di Bologna - Dipartimento di Lingue, Letterature e Culture moderne
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