Association québécoise de linguistique
The Association québécoise de linguistique (AQL - Quebec Linguistic Society) is an academic organization devoted to the scientific study of human language, and is a professional society for Francophone linguistic researchers in North America and beyond.
The AQL was formed in 1981. The first executive was formed by Normand Beauchemin as president, Henri Wittmann as vice-president, and Robert Fournier as secretary-general. The Association québécoise de linguistique and the Revue québécoise de linguistique théorique et appliquée no longer exist.
The journal RQLTA
|Edited by||Henri Wittmann|
Presses universitaires de Trois-Rivières (Canada)
|Frequency||annual, formerly quarterly|
|Rev. Qué. Linguist. Théor. Appl.|
The official journal of the AQL is the Revue québécoise de linguistique théorique et appliquée (RQLTA), an academic journal which publishes peer-reviewed articles reporting research in all the major subdisciplines of linguistics, as well as book reviews and a variety of other communications. The first editor of the journal has been Henri Wittmann. Under his editorship which extended over almost twenty years, the journal published some of the major research results on Quebec French. RQLTA is the only North-American research journal in linguistics which publishes its articles exclusively in French.
- Revue québécoise de linguistique théorique et appliquée, vol. 1, 1981, pp.7-16.
- Revue québécoise de linguistique théorique et appliquée, vol. 2, no 1, p. 4.
- ISSN 0714-5683 (1981-1984), 0835-3603 (1984-1986), 0835-3581 (1986 onwards).
- By-Rules and regulations for the journal, in: Revue québécoise de linguistique théorique et appliquée, vol. 10, no 2, 1991, pp. 55.
- By-Laws of the Association, Annex VII, in: Revue québécoise de linguistique théorique et appliquée, vol. 10, no 2, 1991, pp. 51-52.
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