Linguistic Discovery publishes articles dealing with the
description of human languages and exploring theoretical issues
that arise in analyzing language. In addition, Linguistic Discovery
publishes editorials, data sets useful for training future linguists,
and notes on the field of linguistics.
Manuscripts for publication in Linguistic Discovery may
be cast within any theoretical framework and may come from any sub-discipline
within linguistics. Typically, only those manuscripts that incorporate
original or hard-to-access data will be considered for publication,
and manuscripts that incorporate data from endangered languages
or lesser-studied languages will be given priority.
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Linguistic Discovery editorial office address is:
Program in Linguistics and Cognitive Science
Hanover, NH 03755
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