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Presenting new evidence from empirical and/or theoretical studies at the crossroads between typology and neighbouring fields.
Showcasing ongoing research projects at the crossroads between typology and neighboring fields. These can be shorter than research articles and not necessarily based on new data. Their main purpose is to inform about and discuss the state-of-the art of new interdisciplinary endeavors in typology.
Reports from the field
Presenting ongoing work in language documentation and description. These can be shorter than research articles. Their main purpose is to strengthen the dialogue between on-the-ground and comparative studies on linguistic diversity.
Presenting newly published work in neighboring fields within the language sciences and discussing their relevance for research on linguistic diversity.
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