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Call for Papers - New Online Sections of Language:
- Teaching Linguistics
- Language and Public Policy
- Phonological Analysis (added July 2013)
- Historical Syntax (added July 2013)
- Perspectives (added September 2013)
Read the full call for papers appearing in the March 2013 issue of Language.
Read more about recent changes to Language.
Perspectives Current Call:
Call for comments on Sampson and on responses to Ambridge et al.
Submission of comments on the Sampson article, and on the responses to Ambridge, Pine, and Lieven are welcome until September 30. These comments should be suitably short (4 page maximum), and may address more than one of the responses, in which case they might be slightly longer. Submit commentaries to the online submission portal.
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Language uses an online management system for handling submissions. As of August 1, 2014, we are no longer accepting submissions via email.
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