International Journal of American Linguistics, now under the editorial leadership of Keren Rice, Professor of Linguistics at the University of Toronto, invites original submissions.
Since 1917, the Journal has been devoted to the study of the Native languages of the Americas. IJAL is an outstanding source for descriptions of Native languages of the Americas, and it includes articles on these languages in a broad range of fields—e.g., phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, comparative-historical linguistics, language classification, language contact, bilingualism—and theoretical frameworks.
Consistent with these perspectives, the editors encourage submissions that document and describe new linguistic phenomena and offer new interpretations of known facts so as to give greater insight into a language or language family.
Linguists who are working on any aspect of the Native languages of the Americas are urged to consider submitting their work to IJAL.
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