We encourage method-oriented contributions from a wide range of disciplines, including 

  • historical linguistics, 
  • language typology, 
  • sociolinguistics, 
  • phylogenetic studies, 
  • computational modelling, 
  • corpus linguistics, 
  • language contacts, 
  • psycholinguistics, 
  • neurolinguistics 
  • and language acquisition. 

This list is not conclusive, and any contributions that make an effort to productively contribute to the topics under discussion are very welcome.

We invite researchers to present the results of their studies while putting a greater emphasis than usual on the methodological aspects, elaborating on the interrelations between the method and the object of study, guiding assumptions in the theoretical frameworks, and the possibilities for mixing methods and interdisciplinary collaboration.

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University of Tartu, Institute of Estonian and general Linguistics

Institute of the Estonian Language

Tallinn University

Graduate School of Linguistics, Philosophy and Semiotics