The Linguistic Review
|The Linguistic Review|
Abbreviated title (ISO 4)
|Edited by||Harry van der Hulst|
Mouton de Gruyter (The Netherlands)
The Linguistic Review is a double-blind peer-reviewed academic journal covering linguistics established in 1981 and published by Walter de Gruyter. The editor-in-chief is Harry van der Hulst (University of Connecticut).
Aims and scope
The journal is mostly concerned with syntax (from the point of view of generative grammar), morphology, semantics and phonology. Apart from research papers, the journal also publishes reviews, dissertation abstracts and letters to the editor.
Occasionally, special thematic issues appear, aimed at a critique of currently debated topics and theories.
- "The Linguistic Review - Aims & Scope". Mouton de Gruyter.
- van der Hulst, Harry (2005-12-12). "Editorial preface". The Linguistic Review 22 (2-4): v–vi. doi:10.1515/tlir.2005.22.2-4.v.
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