LINGUISTICS

Editors: Vesna Muhvic-Dimanovski,

Institute of Linguistics Faculty of Philosophy, University of Zagreb, Croatia.

Lelija Socanac,

The Linguistic Research Institute, Zagreb, Croatia

Linguistics: nature, history, scope and broad applications

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1. Phonetics

Višnja Josipović,, University of Zagreb, Croatia

2. Phonology

Višnja Josipović, University of Zagreb, Croatia

3. Morphology

Bart Tkaczyk, Catholic University of Lublin, Poland

4. Syntax

Mario Brdar, Rita Brdar Szabo, University of Osijek, Croatia & Univ. of Budapest, Hungary

5 Semantics

Magda Dumitru, University of Buffalo, USA

6. Sociolinguistics

Sociolinguistic Variation and Change
Miriam Meyerhoff, University of Edinburgh, UK

Language and Identity
S. Pugh, University of St. Andrews,UK

Language and Ideology

Sign Languages
Carolina Plaza-Pust, J.W. Goethe Institute, Mainz, Germany

Pidgins and Creoles
Genevieve Escure, University of Minnesota, USA

Code-Switching
Nada Šabec, University of Maribor, Slovenia

7. Historical linguistics

Ranko Matasović

8. Pragmatics

9. Discourse analysis

Salvio Martin Menendez, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina

10. Psycholinguistics

Nigel Duffield, University of Sheffield, UK

11. Computational linguistics

Nicoletta Calzolari, Istituto di linguistica computazionale, Pisa, Italy

12. Cognitive linguistics


Snezha Matthewson, University of St.Andrews, UK

13. Applied linguistics

Bernd Spillner, Gerhard-Mercator Universitat Duisburg, Germany

Language teaching methodology and second language acquisition
J. Mihaljević, M. Medved-Krajnović, University of Zagreb, Croatia

Translation
G. Antunović, University of Zagreb, Croatia

Speech therapy

Forensic linguistics
John Olsson, Forensic Linguistics Institute Bryntirion Mawr, UK

14. Ecolinguistics

Alwin Fill, University of Graz, Austria

15. Linguistic fieldwork

16. Lexicography

Niladri Dash, Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata, India

17. Corpus Linguistics

Niladri Dash, Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata, India

18. Historical Evolution of World Languages

Ranko Matasović, University of Zagreb, Croatia



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