Linguistics has been one of our core subjects since our formation, and we remain committed to developing our programme in many of its sub-disciplines. We publish journals, textbooks and monographs and are regular exhibitors at international conferences in our areas of specialization. Click here to see our recent schedule.
The Equinox list of journals in these fields has grown to 15 with the launch of a number of new titles in recent years.
To view details, submit an article or take out a subscription, click here for all Equinox Linguistics Journals or click on the cover of a title in the boxes above. For information about our other journals in subjects other than linguistics, click here for the Journals Home Page. Contact Janet Joyce to discuss any possible new projects or if you have an existing journal that you might like to publish with Equinox.
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- Charlantry in forensic speech science: A problem to be taken seriously
- David Crystal (2003). English as a global language. (2n d ed. First ed., 1997), Cambridge: Cambridge University Pressxv + 212 pp., ISBN Hb 0 521 82347 1, Pb 0 521 53032 6..
- “Christ fucking shit merde!” Language Preferences for Swearing Among Maximally Proficient Multilinguals
- Sociocultural discourse analysis: analysing classroom talk as a social mode of thinking
- Do bodies matter? Travestis' embodiment of (trans)gender identity through the manipulation of the Brazilian Portuguese grammatical gender system
- Digital audio recording analysis: the Electric Network Frequency (ENF) Criterion
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- The translation of legal texts on the basis of Skopostheorie (in Greek)
- Zuiqian 'deficient mouth': Discourse, gender and domestic violence
- Social constructionism, postmodernism and feminist sociolinguistics
- Halliday’s model of register revisited and explored
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- The question of question types in police interviews: A review of the literature from a psychological and linguistic perspective.
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We publish between 12 and 15 new linguistics books each year in linguistics and applied linguistics sub-disciplines. To discuss a new book project intended for one of our series, contact the series editor concerned (see links below) or, if your book falls outside of the scope of any of our existing series contact Janet Joyce.