Call for a thematic issue of the linguistics journal LINX
Linguistic Fields: syntax, semantics, pragmatics, discourse analysis, lexicology, linguistics epistemology, diachronic linguistics, language and cognition, oral speech, writing, language acquisition, didactics, NLP etc.
Journal language: LINX is a francophone journal but a maximum of 2 articles written in another native language can be included in the special issue
Subject Language(s): French and other languages
Call deadline: April 20, 2015
Notification of acceptance: June 20, 2015
Publication: end of 2016
The LINX Journal invites linguists to submit proposals for a thematic issue of the Journal, to be published end of 2016.
Submissions will be expected to represent state-of-the-art research in a particular area and to this end should demonstrate that contributions are representative of current activity in the domain proposed.
Proposals must include the following information:
Name(s) and affiliation(s) of the proposing/co-ordinating editor(s)
Title of the special issue
A description, in no more than 200 words, of the research context of the topics to be covered, and the rationale for a thematic issue in this subject area that clearly delineates the theoretical framework and research significance of the topic.
Names of contributing authors, their affiliations, the titles of their articles and brief abstracts (around 100 words)
Table of contents of the issue
Once the global proposition is accepted, each article within the thematic issue is submitted to a double blind review by experts chosen by the LINX journal. Please note that we are unlikely to consider proposals too closely related to areas covered in recent special issues of the LINX Journal (see http://linx.revues.org).
Proposals should be sent by email to: Frédérique Sitri (editor of the LINX Journal): firstname.lastname@example.org