The journal aims to host research within the field of linguistic typology. It is meant to give space above all, but not exclusively, to studies exploring the crossroads at which linguistic typology meets its closest neighbors. The journal will therefore welcome works dealing especially with the intersections between typology and other areas of linguistics, such as diachrony, sociolinguistics, psycholinguistics, corpus-based analysis of speech and discourse.

ISSN 2785-0943


Call for Papers


Submissions are now open.

We especially encourage submissions investigating typological questions in the light of methods and data coming from neighboring fields, such as historical linguistics, sociolinguistics, psycho- and neurolinguistics, corpus linguistics, and computational linguistics. Submissions dealing with a small set of languages or with a single language are also acceptable if they are typologically informed and have a theoretical impact (e.g. by containing new empirical evidence or challenging current interpretations of available data).

Submissions must be made online HERE.

Enquiries about the journal and requests for further information can be addressed at or directly to the Editors-in-chief or the Associate editors.

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Vol. 1 No. 1 (2021): Comparative Constructions across languages
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