Academic journal article Journal of Slavic Linguistics

From the Editor

Academic journal article Journal of Slavic Linguistics

From the Editor

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At its inaugural meeting in Bloomington in September 2006, the Slavic Linguistics Society decided to adopt the Journal of Slavic Linguistics as its official journal. Quoting from its web pages, ably maintained by co-founder Gil Rappaport: "The purpose of the Society is to create a community of students and scholars interested in Slavic linguistics, that is, the systematic and scholarly study of the Slavic languages. The Society aspires to be as open and inclusive as possible; no school, framework, approach, or theory is presupposed, nor is there any restriction in terms of geography, academic affiliation, or academic status." This issue thus marks the beginning of a new capacity for JSL, the launching of a mutually beneficial partnership which surely reflects the current vibrancy and future promise of our field. As described on the inside back cover, subscription now includes membership in the Society, with all the rights and privileges thereof. I strongly encourage all member-subscribers to be as active as possible, to participate in the annual meetings--the next of which will be in Berlin in late August 2007--and to continue to submit papers to the journal.

In view of the international nature of SLS, it gives me much pleasure to announce that Uwe Junghanns of Universitdt Leipzig has agreed to serve as an Associate Editor. …

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