Manuscripts for publication, exchange journals, and books for review
should be sent to:
Anthropological Linguistics Phone: (812) 855-4123, 855-1472
Indiana University Fax: (812) 855-7529
Student Building 130 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
701 E. Kirkwood Ave.
Bloomington, IN 47405-7100
Manuscript articles should be submitted as e-mail attachments in pdf format
to email@example.com. A style sheet
- Manuscript Form
- Manuscripts must be double-spaced throughout (including quotations,
tables, references, and notes) with at least one inch margins on 8.5" x 11"
paper. All pages must be continuously paginated
- Each article manuscript must have at its outset, immediately after the
title and author's name, an abstract no longer than 100 words summarizing
the conceptual content of the article.
- Anthropological Linguistics follows The Chicago
Manual of Style. For exemplification of all matters of style,
authors should consult a recent issue of the journal, and the style sheet.
- Citations in the text are indicated parenthetically.
When an author's name is mentioned in the text, dates and pages immediately
follow the author's name, e.g., Boas (1940:2-35). Otherwise
citations to authors and their works appear within parentheses, usually at
the end of a sentence, e.g., (Boas 1940:2-35).
- Explanatory notes appear at the end of the text, immediately preceding the
list of references.
- Complete references to all works cited in an article
or review should appear in a bibliography at the end of the manuscript.
This section, entitled References, should include only works cited in the
manuscript. The style follows a modified version of that used in the
American Anthropologist, listing publication dates indented
under authors' names, with titles and publication information blocked to
the right of the date.
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