Language Under Discussion has just published a new issue with the focus article “Pragmatism as ventriloquism: Creating a dialogue among seven traditions in the study of communication”, by François Cooren: http://ludjournal.org/index.php?journal=LUD&page=article&op=view&path=16
Language Under Discussion issues remain open for one year so that readers may send in discussion notes in response to the focus article the issue features. Notes accepted for publication after peer review will be published in the same issue within a year from the original publication date, and the author of the focus article will then close the issue with a response to the published notes.
All articles published in Language Under Discussion are also open to comments by registered readers. We encourage you to take part in the discussion!
We also invite you to submit articles dealing with major conceptual questions about language as such for publication as focus articles in the journal. Discussion notes responding to the debate in currently open issues (vol. 1 issue 1 and vol. 2 issue 1) are also welcome.
About the journal: Language Under Discussion is an open-access peer-reviewed journal devoted to promoting open-minded debate on central questions in the study of language, from all relevant disciplinary and theoretical perspectives.
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Esther Pascual, Marla Perkins and Sergeiy Sandler, Co-editors
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