Studies in Polish Linguistics

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Studies in Polish Linguistics

Studies in Polish Linguistics (SPL) focuses on linguistic theory as well as theory-informed descriptive work, especially empirically oriented studies of Polish and Slavic languages.
It has appeared since 2004, initially (2004-2009) edited by Roman Laskowski and issued by the Institute of the Polish Language at the Polish Academy of Sciences, later (2010-2012, beginning with vol. 5) co-edited by Roman Laskowski and Elżbieta Muskat-Tabakowska as a joint publication of the Institute of the Polish Language at the Polish Academy of Sciences and the Faculty of Philology of the Jagiellonian University in Kraków. Since 2013 it has been published by the Faculty of Philology of the Jagiellonian University in Kraków and the Jagiellonian University Press.

The publication of volumes 17 and 18 was financed by a grant from the Priority Research Area and a grant from the Faculty of Philology under the Strategic Programme Excellence Initiative at the Jagiellonian University.

Aims and Scope

The main aim of the journal is to provide a discussion forum for linguistcis from Poland and abroad whose research interests include multifarious phenomena of the Polish language. The journal also aims at making accessible to a wider linguistic research community the theoretical and empirical work conducted by Polish linguists. SPL is open for presentation of research results achieved within different theoretical frameworks, with no bias towards any particular linguistic paradigm.
The journal offers articles devoted to a variety of topics such as phonology, morphology, morphonology, syntax, morphosyntax, semantics, pragmatics, information structure, linguistic stylistics, phraseology, discourse analysis, lexicology and lexicography, language contact, language typology, generative linguistics, cognitive linguistics, quantitative linguistics, historical linguistics, sociolinguistics, corpus linguistics, and translation studies.
SPL is an open access journal which means that all content is freely available without charge to the user or his/her institution. Users are allowed to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of the articles in this journal without asking prior permission from the publisher or the author. This is in accordance with the BOAI definition of open access.
The Editorial Staff declares that the online version of the periodical is to be considered primary.