Vol. 13 (2017)

    HU ISSN 1787-3606

The  peer-reviewed open access journal of the

Doctoral School of Linguistics, University of Debrecen









Argumentum is a peer-reviewed scholarly journal that is open to all high-quality contributions to language sciences and classical philology without any restrictions on possible topics. Its primary goal is to provide a fast and respectable forum of publication to students and lecturers of graduate schools for linguistics.

Acceptable languages of publication are Hungarian, English, French, German, Russian, Latin, Italian and Spanish.

Accepted papers will be instantly made accessible for download on the internet, and will be archived in annual volumes.

Argumentum functions in every respect like printed scholarly journals. Published papers will receive a consecutive page numbering within the annual volume, so they can be cited by year, volume and page number.

Papers intended for publication should be sent in an electronic format as an attached file to the email address argumentum@arts.unideb.hu. We also accept material provided to us on a CD. Authors who are not writing in their native language should have their text corrected by a native speaker before submission. Manuscripts should be provided in MS Word (.doc) or Rich Text (.rtf) format, and illustrations in JPEG (.jpg) format (with the resolution set according to the desired size).

The author or authors are expected to provide a summary of 5 to 10 lines and some keywords along with the paper. In the email that contains the attached manuscript they are asked to specify the following:

- title of publication,

- type of publication (e.g. article, dissertation, review, conference report etc.)

- name and address of author(s)

- affiliation and PhD program of author(s)

- number, name and size of attached files

The journal applies a double-blind peer review process.

Papers that have been accepted may be published again (provided that it is stated that the paper has first appeared here) without permission of the editors.








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