Call for papers for issue 7 (2019)

2019-05-06

Research in Corpus Linguistics (RiCL, ISSN 2243-4712), the official journal of the Spanish Association for Corpus Linguistics AELINCO, is a scholarly peer-reviewed international scientific journal published annually, aiming at the publication of contributions which contain empirical analyses of data from different languages and from different theoretical perspectives and frameworks, with the goal of improving our knowledge about the linguistic theoretical background of a language, a language family or any type of cross-linguistic phenomena/constructions/assumptions.

RiCL invites previously unpublished submissions in three main forms:

1) Research articles reporting on research based on or derived from linguistic corpora (max. 10,000 words).

2) Reports on corpus construction, annotation, the development and application of corpus tools, software, etc. (between 3,000 and 5,000 words).

3) Book reviews in the field of Corpus Linguistics (between 1,500 and 3,000 words).

The journal also publishes special issues on specific topics, with leading specialists in the field of corpus linguistics as guest editors.

Specific areas of interest include corpus design, compilation and typology; discourse, literary analysis and corpora; corpus-based grammatical studies; corpus-based lexicology and lexicography; corpora, contrastive studies and translation; corpus and linguistic variation; corpus-based computational linguistics; corpora, language acquisition and teaching; and special uses of corpus linguistics.

The deadline for submissions for issue 7 (2019) is 1 September 2019. Papers received later will be considered for forthcoming issues.

Research in Corpus Linguistics (RiCL, ISSN 2243-4712) is a peer-reviewed international scientific journal published annually, aiming at the publication of original research based on corpus data from different languages and language families and from different theoretical perspectives and frameworks, with the goal of improving our knowledge about the linguistic theoretical background of a language, a language family or any type of cross-linguistic phenomena/constructions/assumptions.