Aims and scope

The Journal of Comparative Germanic Linguistics provides a platform for discussion of theoretical linguistic research into the modern and older languages and dialects of the Germanic family. Contributions that establish robust empirical generalizations within a formal theory of grammar that permit precise discussions are welcome. The empirical range of the work may either involve cross-linguistic comparison within the Germanic family or elucidate issues in Germanic linguistics through the exemplary analysis of one Germanic language.

Areas of linguistics covered include: Morphology, Phonology, Pragmatics, Semantics and Syntax.

The journal will be published three times per year in the English language. Squibs, replies, book and dissertation reviews will be included.