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  • Dear colleagues from all over the world who apply for a publication in our journal - we are really happy and proud to receive your articles. However: We are a Society's journal and it is the members who finance its publication by their members' fees. Our global map above shows the countries and the parts of the world our members come from.

    Please, do accept that - the same academic level given - I (as the journal's editor) will prefer members' contributions to those of non-members. During the last year, we have had an enormous number of applications about languages from India, Iran, Iraq, and various African languages.

    Tremendous quantities of time have been spent on administering these articles, which could fill two complete issues of our journal. We are afraid that our members are not familiar with these languages and it is hard to follow up details.

    Please make sure that, when applying for publication in DiG, you agree to become a member for at least three years (50€ each year, 140€ for three years in advance). As soon as your membership is confirmed, we will start the process of peer-reviewing. Nevertheless, we will prefer contributions on languages and dialects in countries of a majority of members.

    If you are willing to accept these conditions, you are warmly welcome.

    Before sending your article, please, contact the editor because of technical details. You will get a style sheet or pattern for writing which helps to minimise problems and too much work on both sides. Thank you very much in advance! Please share.

    The editor

 

  • Dear colleagues,
     
    we would like to invite you to the conference Dialectology and Geolinguistics in Central Europe 3 which is going to take place in April 2020 (31. 3. – 2. 4.) at Silesian University in Opava, Czech Republic.

    The conference is organized by the Institute of Czech Language and Library Science, Faculty of Philosophy and Science.
    The topics of the conference will be: dialectology, geolinguistics, microlanguages, methodological and interdisciplinar questions. You can find the registration form here: *click*
     
    Best wishes  
    Zbyněk Holub (on behalf of the organizing committee)

 

 

  • 7th UIA Associations Round Table Asia-Pacific

    Thursday 19 & Friday 20 September 2019, Royal Cliff Grand Hotel, Pattaya, Thailand

    Get all information on the website: https://uia.org/roundtable/

 

  • We are excited to announce that our next SIDG congress will be held in Bucharest / Romania in 2021. Our thanks go to our colleagues, Prof Nicolai Saramandu and Dr Manuela Nevaci, who are the main responsible for hosting the conference.

    All important information will be found here on our website and on Facebook.



  • We sadly announce the death of our esteemed German colleague professor Wolfgang Viereck, who was one of the founding members of our Society in the 1990ies. With him, we have not only lost a great and esteemed scholar but also a dear friend. Our hearts and prayers go out to his family.


  • The SIDG mourns the loss of professor Mario Alinei, Italy, who died on August 8, 2018, two days before his 92th birthday. He was one of the founding members of our Society.

    Our thoughts are with his family and friends.

 



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  • Dialectologia et Geolinguistica has been indexed in ERIH PLUS since 2008. Due to new demands for transparency and assurance of data quality, ERIH PLUS is currently revising all journals according to the ERIH PLUS criteria.

We were happy to learn that our journal "Dialectologia et Geolinguistica" has again been approved in ERIH PLUS according to the criteria.

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  • In accordance with our publishers, de Gruyter Mouton, we have recently updated our general Journal Style Sheet. As many of you were already aware, various sections were no longer up-to-date, e.g., footnotes (not endnotes!), and minor updates have been made throughout. A new section has also be added: section 9, audio and video.

    Please note that in future you will have to have your article checked by a native speaker before sending it for peer-review. We can no longer provide this service free of charge and would like to ask you to provide us with the checker's name and e-mail so we can contact him / her if need be. This also extends to the abstract. 

    Thanks for your cooperation!
    Astrid van Nahl (editor-in-chief)

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