Volume theme information

For this year’s volume, we are accepting submissions from any area related to linguistics, with a special emphasis on topics that center on linguistic and applied linguistic theory and research. 

Linguistic theory and research can encompass multiple domains, including: phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, and pragmatics. Applied linguistics is an interdisciplinary field that addresses a wide range of real-life language-related issues and questions. As such, possible research areas could include: language education, pedagogy and assessment, translation and interpretation, language and technology, language and culture, language policy and planning, corpus linguistics, bilingualism, and more! 

There is a significant body of language work that often sits at the intersection of linguistic theory and applied linguistics. Such areas of work could include sociolinguistics, psycholinguistics, linguistic anthropology, language acquisition, and language work related to promoting, revitalizing, and reclaiming Indigenous, minority, and heritage languages. Interdisciplinary submissions that relate language work to other areas of study are welcome and encouraged!