Oslo Studies in Language




Oslo Studies in Language (OSLa) is a peer-reviewed open access series at scientific level 1 in the Norwegian register of scientific journals and publishers. We invite submissions of edited issues from all areas of linguistics. The focus of OSLa is mainly on thematically related collections of papers, and edited conference proceedings from linguistic conferences at the University of Oslo. We also intend to publish reviews, which will be added to the current issue.

Ideas for the OSLa series should be directed to the general editors:

osla-ojs@journals.uio.no

Announcements

 

OSLa, volume 7(1), 2015: Linguística, Informática e Tradução: Mundos que se Cruzam

 
OSLa, volume 7(1), 2015 is available online: Linguística, Informática e Tradução: Mundos que se Cruzam
 
Posted: 2015-03-29 More...
 

OSLa, volume 6(1), 2014: Corpus-based Studies in Contrastive Linguistics

 
OSLa, volume 6(1), 2014 is available online: Corpus-based Studies in Contrastive Linguistics
 
Posted: 2014-07-11 More...
 

OSLa, volume 5(1), 2013: Space in South Slavic

 
OSLa, volume 5(1), 2013 is available online: Space in South Slavic
 
Posted: 2013-11-24 More...
 

OSLa, volume 4(2), 2012: Names and Identities

 
OSLa, volume 4(2), 2012 is available online: Names and Identities
 
Posted: 2012-08-21 More...
 

OSLa, volume 4(1), 2012: The Russian Verb

 
OSLa, volume 4(1), 2012 is available online: The Russian Verb  
Posted: 2012-05-24 More...
 

OSLa, volume 3(3), 2011: Indo-European syntax and pragmatics: contrastive approaches

 
OSLa, volume 3(3), 2011 is now available online: Indo-European syntax and pragmatics: contrastive approaches  
Posted: 2011-08-27 More...
 

OSLa, volume 3(2), 2011: Language Variation Infrastructure. Papers on selected projects

 
OSLa, volume 3(2), 2011 is now available online: Language Variation Infrastructure. Papers on selected projects.  
Posted: 2011-06-20 More...
 

OSLa, volume 3(1), 2011: Discourse markers in Romance languages

 
OSLa, volume 3(1), 2011 is now available online: Discourse markers in Romance languages.  
Posted: 2011-06-10 More...
 

OSLa, volume 2, 2010

 
OSLa, volume 2, 2010 (661 pages) contains the edited proceedings of the conference "Russian in Contrast" (Oslo, September 2009). The proceedings comprise three parts, two in English and one in Russian.  
Posted: 2011-02-03 More...
 

Reviews: Review by Pavel Rudnev

 
Rudnev's review of Glyn Hicks' book The derivation of anaphoric relations has been added to OSLa 2(3), 2010.  
Posted: 2010-11-02 More...
 
More Announcements...

Vol 7, No 1 (2015): Linguística, Informática e Tradução: Mundos que se Cruzam


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