Revue de linguistique romane

The Revue de Linguistique romane (RLiR) has since 1925 been the publishing outlet of the Société de Linguistique Romane (SLiR). The RLiR covers the whole field of Romance linguistics, i.e. individual languages (e.g. French, Italian, Spanish), varieties of these languages, and comparative studies. The methodological focus of the RLiR is deliberately wide and covers in particular comparative and variationist lingustics as well as diachronic problems; in addition, the journal has a well-established interest in medieval and philological research. Original articles and (often extensive and detailed) critical reviews occupy roughly equal numbers of pages. There are two issues per annum (June/December), in total 640 pages.


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