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Individuals may apply for a special subscription historiohraphia of EUR Historiographia Linguistica welcomes submissions on all aspects of the history of the language sciences. Central objectives of HL are the critical presentation of the origin, development, and transmission of particular ideas, concepts, methods, schools historiograpjia thought or trends, and the discussion of the methodological, epistemological, and philosophical foundations of a historiography of the language sciences, including its relationship with the history, sociology, and philosophy of science as well as with intellectual history generally.
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Particular attention should be paid to the conventions employed in the presentation of data and the citation of sources. Contributors who write in a linguisticaa other than historiograpgia native tongue are kindly requested to have their manuscript liguistica checked by a native speaker. Please note that for articles to appear in HL, summaries in English, French, and German of no more than words each will also be required.
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Historiograaphia University Press, Longman, ; 3rd ed. The History of Linguistics in the Near East. Whenever in doubt, please supply the full name. John Benjamins, ; 2nd ed.
Review of Budagov Review of Salmon Provided that the full reference to the book reviewed is supplied in the bibliography; otherwise:. Review of Arab Linguistics: An introductory classical text with translation and notes by Michael G. If other than the original edition is quoted from, this should be made clear in the entry, possibly by a statement added in parentheses at the end after the publisher’s nameor by simply referring historioraphia the most recent date of publication of the source adding the date of the original publication in square brackets right after the new date, e.
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Electronic correspondence could also be copied to the Associate Editors: Nigel Love University of Cape Townnigel. Historiographia Linguistica HL serves the ever growing community of scholars interested in the history of the sciences concerned with language such as linguistics, philology, anthropology, sociology, pedagogy, psychology, neurology, and linguistca disciplines. Central objectives of HL are the critical presentation of the origin and development of particular ideas, concepts, methods, schools of thought or trends, and the discussion of the methodological and philosophical foundations of a historiography of the language sciences, including its relationship with the history and philosophy of science.
HL is published in 3 issues per year of about pages altogether. Each volume contains a dozen articles or more, at least one review article or a bibliography devoted to a particular topic, a great number of reviews and review notes as well as information on important recent or forthcoming activities and events in the field.
Klaas Willems Ghent University. Nigel Love University of Cape Town. Marjorie Perlman Lorch London. Quot homines tot artes: New Studies in Missionary Linguistics. The making of his grammar and its influence. Theory, practice and politics. Linguistics History of linguistlca.