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Undergraduate Research Publications: Linguistics

Linguistics

~BOCA~

~BOCA(The South Florida Journal of Linguistics) is a publication that was conceived as a forum for all linguistic fields. We welcome papers for publication from linguists (professionals or students) in any language, provided we can find an appropriate editor.

Explorations in Linguistics 
Explorations in Linguistics:  An Online Journal of Undergraduate Research is published twice a year by the Linguistics Program at Saint Joseph’s University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.  Its goal is to promote undergraduate student research in all areas of linguistics.  The journal is directly overseen by an undergraduate student editor and reviewers with input from linguistics faculty.

Début 
The Undergraduate Journal of Languages, Linguistics and Area Studies is an online peer-reviewed journal for students. The first issue was launched in June 2010.

This journal is devoted to the sociolinguistic study of within-speaker variation. It welcomes all articles written by authors at an undergraduate level based on original research.
Linguistic Discovery, which was established in 2002, is dedicated to the description and analysis of primary linguistic data.

Undergraduate Research Journal for the Human Sciences
The Undergraduate Research Journal is an annual online national, reviewed journal dedicated to the publication of undergraduate student research. Submissions are accepted for review on an ongoing basis (no specific deadline). Papers may represent a full range of research design, including experiments, surveys, case studies, and documentary research. Themes of research may include, but are not limited to, integrative, cross specialization research; service learning research; and traditional research in the specializations.

Vexillium 
Vexillum is an undergraduate journal that supports and promotes undergraduate scholarship in the fields of Classical and Medieval Studies, and accepts scholarly papers by undergraduate students written on a wide range of topics: history, literature, philosophy, archaeology, art history, sociology, philology, and linguistics. Vexillum provides a unique opportunity for undergraduate students to submit outstanding papers for peer review from other undergraduates. Papers address aspects of the cultures and civilizations of Europe, the Mediterranean, the Near East, and Central Asia between 3,600 B.C.E. and 1500 C.E.