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  • "Postcolonial language studies - changes and challenges"

    Conference organised by the IACPL (International Association for Colonial and Postcolonial Linguistics) at the University of Zurich, June 4–6, 2018.
    Read the Call for Papers here: *click*

    Please note: The deadline for the call is the 28th of January. If an extension is needed please contact the organiser via the website: http://www.iacpl.net/

 

 

  • Dear Colleagues,
    due to many requests, THE DEADLINE FOR THE REGISTRATION HAS BEEN EXTENDED!

    Registration form and abstract (up to 2000 characters) are to be submitted in English via e-mail to sidg.lithuania@gmail.com by January 5, 2018. Registration form is available here *click* (English) or here *click* (Lithuanian).

    For more information, please visit the new website: http://sidg2018.mozello.lt/home/.

 



  • Find all information (topics, registration, abstracts, admission) here: *click*


 



  • 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)