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EP 2016 : Entrepalavras: The linguistics journal of the Federal University of Ceara

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Link: http://www.entrepalavras.ufc.br/revista/index.php/Revista/user/register
 
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Submission Deadline Aug 31, 2016
Categories    linguistics   applied linguistics
 

Call For Papers

CALLS FOR PAPERS– 10th EDITION JULY-DECEMBER/2016

Entrepalavras is an open access and double blind peer reviewed journal published by Federal University of Ceara (UFC), Brazil. The journal publishes original papers, experience report and book reviews of interest to the Linguistics area, written in English, Spanish and Portuguese. Entrepalavras is indexed in DOAJ and Latindex. For further information, contact us by submissao@entrepalavras.ufc.br

The submissions are open until 31th August 2016 and the release is scheduled for the issue of November 2016. The entire process of submission and evaluation must be, respectively, performed and followed at our website: http://www.entrepalavras.ufc.br/revista/index.php/Revista/index

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