Chicago Studies in Linguisitcs
Chicago Studies in Linguistics publishes books that explore current issues in linguistics, across a variety of disciplinary subfields, broadly unified by innovation in linguistic theory supported by strongly empirical analysis. The series will encompass a range of work, from theoretically informed experimental and computational research to more traditional methods of linguistics investigation, that advance linguistic theory in any field: theoretical linguistics, discourse analysis, computational analysis of natural language, speech synthesis, language documentation, phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, pragmatics, applied linguistics, bilingualism. Books in the series will be written at a level accessible to both linguists and scholars of neighboring fields. Chicago Studies in Linguistics will publish research monographs and some edited collections; handbooks, surveys, and reference works are beyond the scope of the series.