History and philosophy of the language sciences
Aims and scope
This series is dedicated to historical research into past and present approaches to the study of human language and languages, and to critical enquiry into their underlying principles, motivations and applications. The series publishes original monographs and collected volumes, as well as translations and critical editions of works of historical significance.
James McElvenny, University of Edinburgh
- Lia Formigari (La Sapienza University of Rome)
- Jean-Michel Fortis (University of Paris 7 Diderot)
- Gerda Haßler (University of Potsdam)
- John Joseph (University of Edinburgh)
- Judith Kaplan (University of Pennsylvania)
- Bart Karstens (University of Amsterdam)
- Clemens Knobloch (University of Siegen)
- Chloé Laplantine (University of Paris 7 Diderot)
- James McElvenny (University of Edinburgh)
- Nicola McLelland (University of Nottingham)
- Sébastien Moret (University of Lausanne)
- Nick Riemer (University of Sydney)
- Michael Silverstein (University of Chicago)
- Toon Van Hal (University of Leuven)
This series publishes books in English. Volumes in French or German are a possibility.
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