Diachronica

International Journal for Historical Linguistics. Founded by E.F.K. Koerner, General Editor, 1984–2001

ISSN 0176-4225 | E-ISSN 1569-9714 | Electronic edition

Diachronica provides a forum for the presentation and discussion of information concerning all aspects of language change in any and all languages of the globe. Contributions which combine theoretical interest and philological acumen are especially welcome.

Diachronica appears four times per year, publishing articles, review articles, book reviews, and a miscellanea section including notes, reports and discussions.

This journal is peer reviewed and indexed in: Arts and Humanities Citation Index; European Reference Index for the Humanities; Social Sciences Citation Index; Social Scisearch; JCR/Social Sciences Edition; Cultures, Langues, Textes; Linguistic Bibliography/Bibliographie Linguistique; Language Abstracts; LLBA; MLA Bibliography; Scopus
Sample issue: DIA 29:1

Board

Executive Editor
Joseph C. Salmons, University of Wisconsin – Madison
Production Editor
Matthew L. Juge, Texas State University
Book Review Editor
Elly van Gelderen, Arizona State University
Associate Editors
Claire Bowern, Yale University
Sheila Embleton, York University
Brian D. Joseph, Ohio State University
Martha Ratliff, Wayne State University
Consulting Editor
E.F.K. Koerner, ZAS – Berlin, Germany
Editorial Board
Quentin D. Atkinson, Auckland, New Zealand
Kate Burridge, Bundoora, Australia
Lyle Campbell, Honolulu, Hawai'i
Ulrike Demske, Potsdam, Germany
Patience Epps, Austin, Texas
David Fertig, Buffalo, N.Y.
Frans L. Hinskens, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Larry M. Hyman, Berkeley, Calif.
Guillaume Jacques, Paris, France
Merja Kytö, Uppsala, Sweden
Randy J. LaPolla, Singapore
Martin Maiden, Oxford, U.K.
D. Gary Miller, Gainesville, Fla.
Donka Minkova, Los Angeles, Calif.
Sali A. Tagliamonte, Toronto, Canada
David Testen, Reston, Va.
Alexander Vovin, Paris, France
Dieter Wanner, Columbus, Ohio

Subscription Info

Current issue: 30:4, available as of February 2013
Next issue: 31:1, expected June 2014

General information about our electronic journals.

Subscription rates

All prices for print + online include postage/handling.

Volume 31 (2014): 4 issues; ca. 580 pp. Print + online EUR 310.00
Volume 30 (2013): 4 issues; 580 pp. Print + online EUR 301.00
Volume 29 (2012): 4 issues; 560 pp. Print + online EUR 283.00
Volume 28 (2011): 4 issues; 560 pp. Print + online EUR 283.00
Volume 27 (2010): 3 issues; 495 pp. Print + online EUR 261.00
Volume 26 (2009): 3 issues; 465 pp. Print + online EUR 255.00
Volume 25 (2008): 3 issues; 465 pp. Print + online EUR 255.00
Volume 24 (2007): 2 issues; 450 pp. Print + online EUR 251.00
Volume 23 (2006): 2 issues; 450 pp. Print + online EUR 251.00
Volume 22 (2005): 2 issues; 450 pp. Print + online EUR 251.00
Volume 21 (2004): 2 issues; 450 pp. Print + online EUR 251.00
Volume 20 (2003): 2 issues; 450 pp. Print + online EUR 251.00
Volume 19 (2002): 2 issues; 450 pp. Print + online EUR 251.00
Volume 18 (2001): 2 issues; 450 pp. Print + online EUR 251.00

Individuals may apply for a special subscription rate of EUR 70.00. Private subscriptions are for personal use only, and must be pre-paid and ordered directly from the publisher.

Subscriptions as of Volume 1 include electronic access.

Available back-volumes

Volumes 1-17 (1984-2000) quoted upon request.

Subjects

Benjamins Subject classification

Main BIC Subject

CFF: Historical & comparative linguistics

Main BISAC Subject

LAN009010:

Issues

Volume   Issues
Volume 31 (2014)   31:1  
Volume 30 (2013)   30:1   30:2   30:3   30:4  
Volume 29 (2012)   29:1   29:2   29:3   29:4  
Volume 28 (2011)   28:1   28:2   28:3   28:4  
Volume 27 (2010)   27:1   27:2   27:3  
Volume 26 (2009)   26:1   26:2   26:3  
Volume 25 (2008)   25:1   25:2   25:3  
Volume 24 (2007)   24:1   24:2  
Volume 23 (2006)   23:1   23:2  
Volume 22 (2005)   22:1   22:2  
Volume 21 (2004)   21:1   21:2  
Volume 20 (2003)   20:1   20:2  
Volume 19 (2002)   19:1   19:2  
Volume 18 (2001)   18:1   18:2  
Volume 17 (2000)   17:1   17:2   17:IND  
Volume 16 (1999)   16:1   16:2  
Volume 15 (1998)   15:1   15:2  
Volume 14 (1997)   14:1   14:2  
Volume 13 (1996)   13:1   13:2  
Volume 12 (1995)   12:1   12:2  
Volume 11 (1994)   11:1   11:2  
Volume 10 (1993)   10:1   10:2  
Volume 9 (1992)   9:1   9:2  
Volume 8 (1991)   8:1   8:2  
Volume 7 (1990)   7:1   7:2  
Volume 6 (1989)   6:1   6:2  
Volume 5 (1988)   5:1/2  
Volume 4 (1987)   4:1/2  
Volume 3 (1986)   3:1   3:2  
Volume 2 (1985)   2:1   2:2  
Volume 1 (1984)   1:1   1:2  

Special Issues

31:1.
2014.
30:4.
2013. iii, 167 pp.
30:3.
2013. iii, 140 pp.
30:2.
2013. iii, 152 pp.
30:1.
2013. iii, 141 pp.
29:4.
2012. iii, 152 pp.
29:3.
2012. iii, 136 pp.
29:2.
2012. iii, 145 pp.
29:1.
2012. iii, 127 pp.
28:4.
2011. iii, 116 pp.
28:3.
2011. iv, 149 pp.
28:2.
2011. iv, 147 pp.
28:1.
2011. iv, 142 pp.
27:3.
2010. iii, 152 pp.
27:2.
Edited by Søren Wichmann and Anthony P. Grant
2010. v, 168 pp.
27:1.
2010. ca. 165 pp.
26:3.
2009. iv, 176 pp.
26:2.
2009. iii, 144 pp.
26:1.
2009. iv, 142 pp.
25:3.
2008. 181 pp.
25:2.
Edited by Claire Bowern
2008. 147 pp.
25:1.
2008. 164 pp.
24:2.
2007. 248 pp.
24:1.
2007. 211 pp.
23:2.
2006. 232 pp.
23:1.
2006. iv, 230 pp.
22:2.
2005. 260 pp.
22:1.
2005. 222 pp.
21:2.
2004. 223 pp.
21:1.
2004. 252 pp.
20:2.
2003.
20:1.
2003. 231 pp.
19:2.
2002.
19:1.
2002. iv, 218
18:2.
2001.
18:1.
2001.
17:IND.
Compiled by David J. Holsinger
2000. vi, 66 pp.
17:2.
2000.
17:1.
2000.
16:2.
1999.
16:1.
1999.
15:2.
1998.
15:1.
1998.
14:2.
1997.
14:1.
1997.
13:2.
1996.
13:1.
1996.
12:2.
1995.
12:1.
1995.
11:2.
1994.
11:1.
1994.
10:2.
1993.
10:1.
1993.
9:2.
1992.
9:1.
1992.
8:2.
1991.
8:1.
1991.
7:2.
1990.
7:1.
1990.
6:2.
1989.
6:1.
1989.
5:1/2.
1988.
4:1/2.
1987.
3:2.
1986.
3:1.
1986.
2:2.
1985.
2:1.
1985.
1:2.
1984.
1:1.
1984.
17:IND.
Compiled by David J. Holsinger
2000. vi, 66 pp.
25:2.
Edited by Claire Bowern
2008. 147 pp.
27:2.
Edited by Søren Wichmann and Anthony P. Grant
2010. v, 168 pp.

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