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Open Romance Linguistics
- Lorenzo Filipponio (HU Berlin)
- Richard Waltereit (HU Berlin)
- Esme Winter-Froemel (Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg)
- Anne C. Wolfsgruber (HU Berlin)
Advisory board members
- Miriam Bouzouita (University of Ghent)
- Barbara E. Bullock (University of Texas at Austin)
- Anne Carlier (University of Paris-Sorbonne)
- Hugo Cardoso (University of Lisbon)
- Massimo Cerruti (Università degli Studi di Torino)
- Chiara Gianollo (Università di Bologna)
- Maj-Britt Mosegaard Hansen (University of Manchester)
- Pierre Larrivée (University of Caen)
- Adam Ledgeway (University of Cambridge)
- Antonio Machicao y Priemer (HU Berlin)
- Ana Maria Martins (University of Lisbon)
- Judith Meinschaefer (FU Berlin)
- Jairo Nunes (University of São Paulo)
- Bernhard Pöll (University of Salzburg)
- Daniel Recasens (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona)
- Uli Reich (FU Berlin)
- Eva-Maria Remberger (University of Vienna)
- Johan Rooryck (Leiden University)
- Malte Rosemeyer (University of Freiburg)
- Scott Schwenter (The Ohio State University)
Aims and scope
The series covers Romance linguistics. This includes both studies in linguistics of the individual Romance languages (chiefly Catalan, French, Italian, Portuguese, Romanian, Spanish but also smaller speech communities and dialects) and studies in a comparative Romance perspective. The series is open to high-quality research from diverse theoretical backgrounds, and a synchronic or a diachronic perspective. Research published in the series should have a strong empirical footing while at the same time reflecting recent theoretical developments. The series invites the following kinds of publications:
- topical collective volumes
We invite volume proposals of approximately 5 A4 pages containing
- the planned title,
- overall content and aims of the book,
- structure (i.e. chapter titles, or titles of papers and authors’ names if any),
Proposals will be evaluated by the series editors and by selected members of the editorial board, and/or external reviewers.
All books or papers included in them undergo a proper review process.
- Monographs are reviewed by one of the editors / members of the editorial board and by an external reviewer.
- With collective volumes, chapters will be reviewed separately. For every chapter, there should be two anonymous or open reviews; volume editors propose reviewers to the series' chief editors. They are also responsible for the reviewing process of every chapter and they should provide a report of that process containing the reviews and their overall judgment. (For further guidelines, see: http://userblogs.fu-berlin.de/langsci-press/2016/02/08/reviewing-of-edited-volumes)
The chief editors reserve the right to make final approval.
English (preferred), major Romance languages
Open Romance Linguistics has the ISSNs 2940-1097 (Print) and 2940-1100 (Online)