The Journal of English Linguistics is your premier resource for original linguistic research based on data drawn from the English language, encompassing a broad theoretical and methodological scope. Highlighting theoretically and technologically innovative scholarship, the Journal provides in-depth research and analysis in a variety of areas, including history of English, English grammar, corpus linguistics, sociolinguistics, and dialectology. The Journal also includes articles written on topics such as language contact, pidgins/creoles, and stylistics provided that one primary focus is the English language. Published four times a year, the Journal features studies at the very core of empirical English linguistics and studies that push the boundaries of English linguistics theoretically and methodologically.
Regular features include the following:
Articles... foundational research into English linguistics - with a strong focus on data-driven inductive studies as well as methodologically and theoretically innovative studies - tests hypotheses and breaks new ground in the field. Written in language that new readers will find accessible, articles provide insight that seasoned experts will find valuable.
Book Reviews... reviews of recently published works relating to linguistics, with a view to exploring and describing their relevance to the field in general and to English linguistics in particular.
Special Issues... topical issues focused on a particular topic, theoretical innovation, or methodology, including special issues on Language and Gender, African American English, Poetics, and Teaching American English.
Interviews with Leading Scholars... in each December issue, an in-depth conversation with a leading scholar in the field of English linguistics, including the scholar’s perspective on his or her own research and the field more generally.
“In the Profession” column… a regular column devoted to professional issues in the field, of interest to newer scholars in the field as well as to established experts.Exploring a diverse range of topics, the Journal of English Linguistics examines all aspects of empirical linguistics of the English language. From innovative and seminal scholarship to studies that define the very foundation of empirical linguistics, subjects you can expect to find in the journal include: language change word origins status of modern or historical varieties emerging computer methods and new quantitative methods descriptions of English grammatical structures based on intensive review of evidence synchronic and diachronic studies of Old and Middle English gender issues in language relationships between dialectology and sociolinguistics language contact, pidgins/creoles and stylistics.
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