"Isogloss": A new journal for linguistic variation in Romance and Iberian languages

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Abstract

These pages introduce Isogloss, a journal devoted to the study of the variation of Romance and Iberian languages.

Keywords

linguistics, variation, Romance languages, Iberian languages, comparative perspective

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04-02-2015

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