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Current Issue:

JournaLIPP No. 9 (2024) addresses the topic of language in the digital world, compiling contributions originating from presentations at the 28th LIPP Symposium (November 30th to December 2nd, 2022). Through six articles, the topic is explored in terms of pedagogy, variation, and politics, considering relevant inquiries from multiple perspectives and disciplines. The linguistic focus is consistently maintained throughout the contributions.

The volume is available for download on the JournaLIPP portal either as a complete issue or as individual articles.

Previously Published Issues:

  • No. 8 (2023): Language & Migration
  • No. 7 (2019): Language Variation: Research, Models, and Perspectives
  • No. 6 (2019): Language in Contact; Yesterday – Today – Tomorrow
  • No. 5 (2017): Grammaticalization from an interdisciplinary perspective
  • No. 4 (2015): Language Innovation: Motivation - Manifestations - Course
  • No. 3 (2014): Endangered Languages
  • No. 2 (2013): Language Change
  • No. 1 (2011): Language Variation in the European Context – Language Variation in Europe and Beyond

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About the Journal:

JournaLIPP is the regularly published online journal of the Graduate School Language & Literature – Class of Language. It was established as part of the former Linguistisches Internationales Promotionsprogramm LIPP (now Graduate School Language & Literature – Class of Language) at Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich.

JournaLIPP serves as a platform for emerging young scholars from various linguistic subdisciplines to showcase their initial findings, completed studies or new projects as alumni.

The genesis of JournaLIPP usually stems from the annual doctoral symposia where young researchers from both Germany and abroad present their projects, alongside esteemed scholars and experts who deliver lectures on specific topics.

The journal is managed and edited by doctoral candidates from the Graduate School Language & Literature – Class of Language, providing them with valuable experience in the realms of editorial work and publishing.