[Corpora-List] New Series: Cambridge Elements in Corpus Linguistics

Susan Hunston S.E.HUNSTON at bham.ac.uk
Fri Sep 27 15:37:16 CEST 2019


Proposals are invited in all areas of Corpus Linguistics for a new series published by Cambridge University Press. Cambridge Elements are publications of 20,000-30,000 words. They are digital-first publications and can be accompanied by data-sets, videos or other on-line material.

Foundation Elements are your original and accessible take on an essential concept in Corpus Linguistics, designed for students. Advanced Elements are a detailed report of an original corpus research project, aimed at the research community.

The advantages of publishing your work with this series:

· Combines the advantages of a book and a journal article;

· Digital-first means that the publication can be accompanied by on-line materials and is very widely available;

· A speedy publication schedule with no printer hold-ups;

· A rigorous reviewing procedure ensures a high standard of publication;

· The longer length (x3 a typical journal article) allows for a more rounded and impactful discussion than a journal article does;

· Creativity is welcomed - send us your innovative ideas!

Please contact the Series Editor for a proposal template.

Series Editor: Susan Hunston (s.e.hunston at bham.ac.uk)

Associate Editors: Paul Baker Jesse Egbert Gaëtanelle Gilquin

Editorial Board: Laurence Anthony Monika Bednarek Alice Deignan Phil Durrant Stefan Evert Stefan Gries Jack Grieve Andrew Hardie Marianne Hundt Dawn Knight Natalie Kübler Kristopher Kyle Anne O'Keeffe Bertus van Rooy Benedikt Szmrecsanyi Charlotte Taylor Wen Qiufang Steffanie Wulff

Professor Susan Hunston Department of English Language and Linguistics University of Birmingham Birmingham B15 2TT UK (+44) 0121 414 5675 s.e.hunston at bham.ac.uk

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