Canadian Journal of Linguistics
|Canadian Journal of Linguistics/
La revue canadienne de linguistique
|Abbreviated title (ISO 4)||CJL/RCL|
|Publisher||University of Toronto Press (Canada)|
|Publication history||1954 - present|
2005-present: Three times per year
|Open access||Journals of linguistics|
Canadian Journal of Linguistics (French, Revue canadienne de linguistique) is the official peer reviewed journal of the Canadian Linguistic Association, published since 1954. It is published three times a year and contains articles and reviews on all aspects of linguistics. Its current editors are Prof. Sarah Cummins (University of Toronto) and Éric Mathieu (University of Ottawa).
- Official home page of the Canadian Journal of Linguistics
- Official home page of the Canadian Linguistic Association
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