Lingvisticæ Investigationes | International Journal of Linguistics and Language Resources
Lingvisticæ Investigationes publishes original articles dealing with the lexicon, grammar, phonology and semantics. It focuses on studies that are formalized to the point where they can be integrated into text analysis software, and on studies which describe resources such as grammars and electronic dictionaries constructed on a linguistic basis. The journal also publishes bibliographies, summaries of theses, reports, squibs and reviews. Contributions are in English and French. French-speaking authors are free to submit in French or in English.
The journal has companion book series entitled Lingvisticæ Investigationes Supplementa .
Volume 46 (2023)
Volume 45 (2022)
Volume 44 (2021)
Volume 43 (2020)
Volume 42 (2019)
Volume 41 (2018)
Volume 40 (2017)
Volume 39 (2016)
Volume 38 (2015)
Volume 37 (2014)
Volume 36 (2013)
Volume 35 (2012)
Volume 34 (2011)
Volume 33 (2010)
Volume 32 (2009)
Volume 31 (2008)
Volume 30 (2007)
Volume 29 (2006)
Volume 28 (2005)
Volume 27 (2004)
Volume 26 (2003)
Volume 25 (2002)
Volume 24 (2001)
Volume 23 (2000)
Volume 22 (1998/99)
Volume 21 (1997)
Volume 20 (1996)
Volume 19 (1995)
Volume 18 (1994)
Volume 17 (1993)
Volume 16 (1992)
Volume 15 (1991)
Volume 14 (1990)
Volume 13 (1989)
Volume 12 (1988)
Volume 11 (1987)
Volume 10 (1986)
Volume 9 (1985)
Volume 8 (1984)
Volume 7 (1983)
Volume 6 (1982)
Volume 5 (1981)
Volume 4 (1980)
Volume 3 (1979)
Volume 2 (1978)
Volume 1 (1977)
All prices for print + online include postage/handling.
|Online-only||Print + online|
|Volume 47 (2024): 2 issues; ca. 350 pp.||EUR
|Volume 46 (2023): 2 issues; ca. 350 pp.||EUR
Individuals may apply for a special online-only subscription rate of EUR
Private subscriptions are for personal use only, and must be pre-paid and ordered directly from the publisher.
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(Vols. 1‒45; 1977‒2022)
|EUR 19,952.00||EUR 20,963.00|
|Volumes 43‒45 (2020‒2022)||2 issues; avg. 350 pp.||EUR
|Volume 42 (2019)||2 issues; 350 pp.||EUR
|Volume 41 (2018)||2 issues; 350 pp.||EUR
|Volume 40 (2017)||2 issues; 350 pp.||EUR
|Volume 39 (2016)||2 issues; 350 pp.||EUR
|Volume 38 (2015)||2 issues; 350 pp.||EUR
|Volume 37 (2014)||2 issues; 350 pp.||EUR
|Volume 36 (2013)||2 issues; 350 pp.||EUR
|Volumes 23‒35 (2000‒2012)||2 issues; avg. 350 pp.||EUR
|Volumes 1‒22 (1977‒1998)||2 issues; avg. 445 pp.||EUR
Articles submitted for consideration should be prepared in line with the Stylesheet (English version / French version).
You can download an example paper
- in one independent Word document (in MSWord 2007 format, in OpenOffice format)
- or (i) download it as a Word document and (ii) attach our style file to it.
- Here are examples of Latex documents and Latex style files, and the corresponding generated PDF files.
When your paper is accepted, the publisher will need a word-processor version of each article (Word, RTF, Tex, or such), in addition to a PDF version with all fonts embedded.
Submission can be sent to the editorial assistant: Takuya Nakamura, takuya.nakamurauniv-eiffel.fr
Articles submitted for consideration should follow these Guidelines.
Each paper submitted to Lingvisticae Investigationes is reviewed by at least two reviewers chosen for their expertise. Acceptation or rejection is based on the reviewers' reports. If you submit an article for a thematic issue, additional requirements may be determined by the (guest) editors of that issue.
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