Volume 28 – Issue 2 – 2016


Editors

Pier Marco Bertinetto (SNS, Pisa) 

editor-in-chief 

Mark Aronoff (Stony Brooks)

Michele Loporcaro (Zürich)

 

Submissions

 

Editorial correspondence

Pier Marco Bertinetto, Redazione di Italian Journal of Linguistics

Scuola Normale Superiore, Piazza dei Cavalieri, 7 – 56126 Pisa, Italy

phone: +39/050/509111; fax +39/050/563513 <bertinetto@sns.it>

 

Anonymity

IJL normally adopts double-blind reviewing, whereby the author(s) identity is unknown to the outside reader and the reader's identity is not revealed to the author(s). Anonymity is not, however, strictly enforced: authors are free to decide about it.

 

Format

Articles should be submitted electronically, preferably in Portable Document Format (PDF). After acceptance, the final version should be prepared according to the Stylesheet (see the Guide for Authors below).

 

Artwork, audio, and video files

Further electronic materials mentioned in the published paper, such as illustrations (e.g. maps or diagrams) or audio and video files, may reside on the journal’s website. Audio files should be provided in non-proprietary format, such as WAV. The audio content should be uncompressed (linear PCM data) or compressed using a lossless method such as FLAC.

 

Ethical and professional issues

Authors should carefully read the relevant part of the Ethical Code (see the link below).

 

Guide for Authors – download

 

Ethical Code – download

 

Reviews

 

Reviewing process

The reviewing process involves two reviewers, three in case of conflict. The whole process normally lasts no longer than three months.

IJL Editors avoid engaging reviewers who are close to – or have any sort of conflict with – a given author; in particular, they strive to avoid situations where rejection might be the direct result of theoretical divergence. They reserve the right to desk-reject submissions judged to be insufficiently original, seriously flawed either in content or presentation or both, unsuitable for the journal as regards subject matter, or too marginal to its aims and scope to compete with more centrally relevant contributions.

 

Anonymity

IJL normally adopts double-blind reviewing. Anonymity is not, however, strictly enforced: reviewers are free to decide about it.

 

Ethical and professional issues

Reviewers should carefully read the relevant part of the Ethical Code (see the link above).

 

Reviewer Guidelines – download

 

Referees 1989-2010