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Language@Leeds Working Papers

Language@Leeds Working Papers (L@LWP) is an online only, open access peer-reviewed journal edited by postgraduate researchers. The objective of this journal is to foster the free exchange of ideas and provide an appropriate platform for presenting, discussing and disseminating new concepts, current trends, theoretical developments and research findings in linguistics.

L@LWP continues the legacy of Leeds Working Papers in Linguistics and Phonetics, which was published between 1999 and 2012 (first published in 1983, the journal was revived in 1998 by Paul Foulkes – now at the University of York – and Diane Nelson). The archived issues of this journal can be accessed here as well (see below).

L@LWP welcomes submissions from staff and PGRs at the University of Leeds on all areas of linguistics and applied language studies, including translation, language teaching, second language acquisition, computational linguistics, discourse analysis, language documentation, lexicography, morphology, phonetics, cognitive science, linguistic theories and neurolinguistics.

Editors (2019-2020): Hala Alshahrani, Giulio Bajona, Sophiko Daraselia, Souhaila Messaoudi, Roberta Morano, Elizaveta Vasserman.