Studies in Hispanic and Lusophone Linguistics deals primarily with the linguistic analysis of Hispanic and/or Lusophone languages, which is interpreted broadly so as to include not only Spanish and Portuguese, but also Catalan, Galician, Spanish- and Portuguese-based creoles, and other such areas of investigation. While research articles comprise the majority of the contents, the journal also features book reviews, “State of the Discipline” articles on the current status and recent developments of work in specific subareas of Hispanic and Lusophone linguistics, and “Viewpoints” sections in which multiple short position papers present differing views on a particular issue of interest within Hispanic and Lusophone linguistics.
Linguistic analysis of Hispanic and Lusophone languages
Subareas of Hispanic and Lusophone linguistics
Catalan, Galician, Spanish- and Portuguese-based creoles
Research articles, book reviews, “State of the Discipline” articles, “Viewpoint” papers