Journal of Celtic Linguistics
Published/Hosted by University of Wales Press.
This journal is edited by an international team of Celtic scholars specializing in different areas of linguistics, and working in most of the Celtic languages. The journal invites contributions in the "core" areas of linguistics: phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, and semantics; and will encourage work that applies current theoretical models and refine others. In addition to these areas, however, the journal seeks to encourage work in dialectology and sociolinguistics (particularly in the recording of speech varieties under pressure from standardization or language shift), bilingualism and language acquisition, and historical linguistics. The Journal of Celtic Linguistics encourages contributions that examine speech data, but does not exclude text-based analyses. Both contemporary and historical textual analysis is welcome: that investigating syntactic aspects of the language, and that employing the techniques of discourse analysis.
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