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AION 2016 : AION Linguistica

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Link: http://www.aionlinguistica.com
 
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Submission Deadline Mar 15, 2015
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Call For Papers

Call for papers AION Linguistica 5_2016

AION-Linguistica is a journal of Linguistics published by the "Università degli studi di Napoli L’Orientale". National classification: A.

The Journal has traditionally been focused on languages of the Ancient World and it is also open to original contributions in other fields relating to Linguistic studies. Original contributions, as well as critical reviews, notes and summaries, are welcome.

During the submission process authors must sign a responsibility declaration in order to avoid any intent or effect of plagiarism. Authors can find the Declaration form here: http://www.aionlinguistica.com/call-for-papers.html

Current deadline for submissions: March 15, 2015.
Papers should be sent to redazioneaion@unior.it.
Authors are asked to submit their anonymous paper in a .doc and .pdf format (download the style sheet at http://www.aionlinguistica.com/call-for-papers.html).

Authors are requested to cite their name and affiliation in the e-mail.

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