STUDI ITALIANI DI LINGUISTICA TEORICA E APPLICATA
Direzione Enrico Arcaini, Paolo D’Angelo, Stefania Nuccorini, Franca Orletti (Roma Tre)
Gaetano Berruto (Torino), Margarita Borreguero Zuloaga (Madrid), Jacek Fisiak (Poznań), Anna Giacalone Ramat (Pavia), Gilbert Lazard (Parigi), Bruno Moretti (Berna), Anna Rita Puglielli (Roma), Giovanni Rovere (Heidelberg), Antonia Rubino (Sidney), Christoph Schwarze (Costanza), Raffaele Simone (Roma), Massimo Vedovelli (Siena)
Redazione Pia Galetto (Roma), Marina Chini (Pavia), Carla Bagna (Siena)
Segreteria di redazione Gloria Giacomelli (Pisa)
Studi Italiani di Linguistica Teorica e Applicata (SILTA) is an international journal that has been published three times per year since 1972. It presents and promotes research in a wide range of updated linguistic studies and their social and cultural effects. The journal also intends to pursue a major project in the area of transcultural exchange.
SILTA publishes both miscellaneous and special issues on Italian and cross-cultural, linguistic areas, also in a comparative perspective.
Reviews of volumes in those areas are welcome.
Every issue is introduced by an editorial article by the Editor(s) of the journal or the Editor(s) of thematic issue.
Articles can be written in Italian or in any of the following languages: French, English, German and Spanish.
All articles are peer reviewed by two experts.
The Editors reserve the right to invite scholars to propose special issues on specific themes.
Guidelines for contributors
Articles submitted for publication should be sent as e-mail attachments to the Editorial Committee:
Two paper copies should be sent to:
Studi Italiani di Linguistica Teorica e Applicata (SILTA) – Via Madesimo, 22 – 00135 Roma – tel. and fax 06 3016837
Articles should include author’s or authors’ name(s) surname(s), affiliation(s), and title in capital letters in Times New Roman 12; a short one-paragraph abstract in English in Times New Roman 11.
The style sheet is available at: www. studitlinguisticateoricappl.it
Sections and subsections headings should be numbered: section headings should be in small caps; sub-sections headings in italics.
Quotations longer than two lines must be in Times New Roman 11, in a separate indented paragraph.
Notes in Times New Roman 10 should be placed on separate pages at the end of the article.
Tables and figures should be placed on separate pages.
In-text references should include: surname(s) of the author(s) followed by the date of publication in parentheses: Jones (1979); page number(s) should be added after the publication date for quotation; (Jones 1979: 18).
The list of references must contain full details of all works cited in the text in Times New Roman 11 as follows:
• books: surname(s) of the author(s) and initials; year of publication preceded and followed by a comma; title in italics, city and publisher;
• articles in journals: surname(s) of the author(s) and initials; year of publication preceded and followed by a comma; title of article in double inverted commas, journal in italics, number of volume, issue and pages;
• articles in edited volume: surname(s) of the editor(s) and initials, title in italics, city and publisher;
• edited volumes: surname(s) of the editor(s) and initials, title in italics, city and publisher;
• digital sources: www. …last accessed on.
The final proofreading of the article will be done by the publishers on the basis of the original text. Unpublished manuscripts are not returned to authors.