Original contributions on all aspects of African language studies
Theoretical and data-driven approach
High quality peer-review
Objective The Journal of African Languages and Linguistics was founded in 1979 and has established itself as an important refereed forum for publications in African linguistics. The Journal of African Languages and Linguistics welcomes original contributions on all aspects of African language studies, synchronic as well as diachronic, theoretical as well as data-oriented. The journal further contains a list of recently published books on African languages and linguistics, which many libraries find to be of use for the acquisition of books. The Journal of African Languages and Linguistics is a peer-reviewed journal of international scope.
Any topic within African languages and linguistics studies
Article formats Research articles, Book reviews
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The Journal of African Languages and Linguistics was founded in 1979.
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Executive Committee Enoch O. Aboh Anneke O. Breedveld Maarten Kossmann Constance Kutsch Lojenga Maarten Mous Saskia van Putten Thilo C. Schadeberg Harry Stroomer
Editorial Board Thomas Bearth (Zurich, Switzerland) Hounkpati B. C. Capo (Garome) Lars Hellan (Trondheim, Norway) Larry M. Hyman (Berkeley, USA) Lutz Marten (London, UK) Joyce T. Mathangwane (Gaborone, Botswana) A. Motingea Mangulu (Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo) Gerard Philippson (Paris/Lyon, France) Mechthild Reh (Hamburg, Germany) Eno-Abasi Urua (Uyo, Nigeria) Baye Yimam (Addis Ababa, Ethiopia)