In the wake of the announcement of the
on-line journal e-uralic, a number of you asked for details including the URL.
As it turns out, I posted the announcement somewhat prematurely:
the website is still under construction and no URL has yet been assigned to
Once the website is up and running (expected some
time early 2009), I will send you the URL.
Submissions are already being accepted; please
send them to the following address:
The announcement posted earlier is
repeated below (with a typo corrected).
The Editors are pleased to
introduce a new international online linguistic journal, e-Uralic, focusing on
Uralic languages. In launching a new journal the main motivating factor was the
recognition of the need to document and distribute reliable and up-to-date
research material on Uralic languages, many of which are endangered.
In order to guarantee the
publication of high quality linguistic research, all articles published in
e-Uralic will go through peer review, and they will also be open to comments
from the readers, taking full advantage of electronic publication. A third, and
equally important objective is to make the articles as widely accessible as
possible, therefore the language of the journal is English, and all articles
will be available free of charge.
The journal accepts research articles on any subfield
of linguistics that focus (exclusively or predominantly) on one or more
languages of the Uralic family; submission of papers on the endangered Uralic
languages (that are spoken by smaller communities and are under-
represented in linguistic research) is
especially encouraged, but studies concerning Estonian, Finnish or Hungarian
are also welcome. e-Uralic also publishes notices and reviews on monographs
that focus on Uralic languages, as well as on other linguistic monographs
discussed from the point of view of relevance to Uralic languages.
are looking forward to receiving manuscripts; besides, any comments and
suggestions are welcome. Please send all communications to firstname.lastname@example.org