LINGUIST List 22.4141|
Sat Oct 22 2011
Calls: Syntax/ Studies in Chinese Linguistics (Jrnl)
Editor for this issue: Brent Miller
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1. Sze-Wing Tang ,
Studies in Chinese Linguistics
Message 1: Studies in Chinese Linguistics
From: Sze-Wing Tang <scl.editorcuhk.edu.hk>
Subject: Studies in Chinese Linguistics
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Full Title: Studies in Chinese Linguistics
Call Deadline: 01-Aug-2012
Colleagues are invited to submit their work to the new edition of Studies in
Chinese Linguistics. Volume 32 (No. 1-3) in 2012 will particularly focus on the
parametric approach to comparative works on Chinese syntax. Please visit
http://www.cuhk.edu.hk/ics/clrc/ (and go to 'Publications') for the details.
I. Aim and scope
STUDIES IN CHINESE LINGUISTICS is an international academic journal
devoted to comparative study of Chinese language and linguistics and a
platform for research of comparative linguistics and dialectal grammar under
a comparative approach. We especially welcome synchronic or diachronic
comparative works on any aspects of the syntax, semantics, and morphology
among Chinese dialects or between a Chinese language/dialect and any
languages that contribute to theoretical linguistics or have significant
Three issues per year (April, August, and December).
The journal publishes research papers and comments and responses on
The journal accepts papers submission in general but may call for papers
when there is a special topic.
Manuscripts should be written in English or in Chinese, limited to 20 single-
spaced pages, submitted by email at scl.editorcuhk.edu.hk. The format of
the manuscript is not limited in the first submission.
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