Studies in Germanic Linguistics
This series aims to provide a unified home for the highest quality monographs and edited scholarly volumes of empirically grounded research on Germanic languages past and present. The series welcomes formal, functional, and quantitative studies in any established subfield of linguistic inquiry (e.g., syntax, semantics, phonology, morphology, sociolinguistics, historical linguistics, psycholinguistics, and language acquisition).
Contributions that engage two or more Germanic languages in their studies are particularly desirable. In addition to an empirical focus on Germanic, volumes in this series should also contribute to theories of language structure, language use, language change, language acquisition, and language processing.