Transactions of the Philological Society
© The Philological Society
Edited By: James Clackson
Online ISSN: 1467-968X
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Wiley-Blackwell is pleased to publish the Philological Society Monograph Series which presents original work in descriptive and theoretical linguistics taking a synchronic or a diachronic perspective. The series reflects a wide range of linguistic interest and contains titles on a diversity of topics including phonology, linguistics, generative grammar, pragmatics, sociolinguistics, and the history of placenames.
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Most Recent include:
Revitalising Language in Provence: A Critical Approach
Language, Society and Identity in early Iceland
The Semantic Predecessors of Need in the History of English (c750-1710)
Popular research from Transactions
The Umbrian perfect in -nç-/-ns
History and structure in the English noun phrase: introduction
Sylvia Adamson, Victorina González-Díaz
Grimm's Law and loanwords
An interview with Prof. James Clackson, Editor of Transactions of the Philological Society, May 2016.
Part 1, An overview of Prof. Clackson's professional and editorial responsibilities
Part 2, What originally attracted Prof. Clackson to the role of Editor
Part 3, The goal of Transactions of the Philological Society
Part 4, Why publish in Transactions?
Part 5, The key ingredients of a successful journal
Part 6, Next Transactions monograph
Part 7, Prof. Clackson's aspirations for the journal
Great news! Transactions of the Philological Society is now accepting Open Access articles. Building on this, we are delighted to announce that PhilSoc members are now eligible for a 20% discount if they wish to publish their article Open Access.