Sintagma. Journal of Linguistics

Sintagma is a yearly publication founded in 1989, and each volume includes 6-8 articles.

It is aimed at a wide range of professionals who, from different disciplines, have an interest or develop their professional, research and/or teaching activity in the field of Linguistics or Applied Linguistics, as well as to undergraduate and graduate students of these disciplines. The contents of Sintagma are multidisciplinary.

This publication is a journal of linguistics that aims at promoting the exchange of knowledge in this area, regardless of any theoretical framework.

Studies in both theoretical and applied linguistics are welcome, as well as works on any language or language variety, and contrastive linguistics.