Linguistica ONLINE (LingON) is an international refereed electronic journal founded by the Department of Linguistics and Baltic Languages, Masaryk University, Czech Republic. The e-journal is dedicated to publishing and republishing papers
dealing with all kinds of linguistic problems.
Information & Reference
James Dickins (J.Dickins at leeds.ac.uk, University of Leeds, UK)
Paul Rastall (paul.rastall at googlemail.com, UK)
Aleš Bičan (bican at phil.muni.cz) (Masaryk University, Czech Republic)
Ondřej Šefčík (Masaryk University, Czech Republic)
Václav Blažek (Masaryk University, Czech Republic)
Vít Boček (Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic)
Barry Heselwood (University of Leeds, UK)
James Wilson (Univesity of Leeds, UK)
Marie Krčmová (Masaryk University, Czech Republic)
Mojmír Dočekal (Masaryk University, Czech Republic)
Petr Karlík (Masaryk University, Czech Republic)
Jan Chovanec (Masaryk University, Czech Republic)
Zofie Šarapatková (Czech Academy of Sciences)
Ondřej Tichý (Charles University, Czech Republic)
Rahman Furat (Czech Republic)
September 23, 2005
September 13, 2016
Papers for download:
118 + 4 theses + 1 errata
Number of authors:
Linguistica ONLINE has met the conditions of and has signed cooperation
with the WebArchiv whose purpose is to collect
Czech online-born documents with a research value.
Aim & Purpose
TThe journal's purpose (and the ultimate impulse for starting it) is twofold. First, there was a desire to collect linguistically oriented papers and publish them without charge on the Internet. We feel that the Internet is an excellent medium for sharing people's thoughts, opinions and discoveries, and that it would be a serious drawback not to take advantage of it. There is probably no other medium to which so many people from multiple nations have access at one instant.
Secondly, there was a wish to promote the work of the members of the Department of Linguistics and Baltic Language of Masaryk University, Brno. The Department supports this journal.
Our aim to is collect as many papers as possible, publish or republish them, and make them available for researchers, students and other interested people, on the basis that this is a good way to support and enrich linguistic research. We hope we will be able to publish increasing number of papers. We very much welcome your contribution. If you want to publish or republish your paper in Linguistica ONLINE, go to the Call for papers page for more information about how to do this.
For any questions concerning the project, please write to: linguistica at phil.muni.cz.
Issues of Linguistica ONLINE
Most papers published in Linguistica ONLINE are gathered into dated issues. Starting from January 2006, the issues are published roughly twice a year. Special issues and/or separately published papers may appear from time to time.
Each issue of Linguistica ONLINE comprises a number of bundled papers. Sometimes an issue contains thematically related papers or papers by one author. Although it is possible to view and download each issue in one file (including Title pages, Foreword and Contents), every paper is published separately, with its own file, own reference (i.e. a unique name of the file and web address) and own pagination. As such, it exists independently of the issue. The bundling of papers into issues is thus mostly for the sake of convenience.
Credits & Copyright
All papers © their respective authors.
No article can be reproduced in full or in part without permission of its author unless it is within limits of so-called Fair use.
The web page design © Aleš Bičan (bican at phil.muni.cz).
The Inkburrow font (the font in which Linguistica is written in the logo) is a free font downloadable at the 1001 Free Fonts web page.
The Good Times font (the font in which ONLINE is written in the logo) is a free font downloadable
at the Larabie Fonts web page.
The ALS Script font (the font in which the headers such as About are written) is a free font downloadable at Digital Graphic Labs.
The web pages are compliant with the XHTML 1.0 Transitional and CSS standards. The Transitional DTD ensures that the web pages be viewable in probably all current browsers. Browsers which do not support HTML 4.0 (and thus do not understand Cascade Style Sheets) are incompatible with these pages. However, recent browsers should support the XHTML code, because this is the officially recommended standard for World-Wide Web pages.
Linguistica ONLINE also follows the Dublin Core metadata standard.