CHIMERA: Romance Corpora and Linguistic Studies

CHIMERA is a peer-reviewed journal with an international scope, publishing a wide range of corpus-based studies on Romance languages.

The aim of the journal is the international distribution of theoretical and appliied researches with a remarkable scientific quality, featuring innovative approaches in the analysis of Romance languages. CHIMERA also intend to promote a stronger connection among the academic communities of the Romance languages speaking countries in Europe and overseas.

 

CHIMERA accepts original articles focusing on the analysis of both spoken and written corpora from different theoretical perspectives and about all areas of linguistic research. The journal also publishes reviews regarding books, corpora (accounting for resource building initiatives and innovative annotation practices) and tools for the corpus analysis.

CHIMERA will publish works written in English as well as in Romance languages.

From 2014, the journal will publish one issue per year and articles will be published in their electronic version as soon as they are accepted and ready. This journal does not have either article submission charges or  article processing charges (APCs).


ISSN: 2386-2629

doi: 10.15366/chimera

Abstracting/Indexing: DOAJ, ERIH PLUS, Latindex, Linguistics Abstracts, Open Science



CHIMERA: Romance Corpora and Linguistic Studies

Editors in Chief

Manuel Alcántara Plá (Univ. Autónoma de Madrid)
Carlota Nicolás Martínez (Univ. di Firenze)
Alessandro Panunzi (Univ. di Firenze)

Editorial Board

Pedro Luis Barcia (Academia Argentina de Letras)
Tony Berber Sardinha (PUC - São Paulo)
Emanuela Cresti (Univ. di Firenze)
Jeanne-Marie Debaisieux (Univ. Sorbonne Nouvelle - Paris 3)
Henri-José Deulofeu (Aix-Marseille Univ.)
Francisco Marcos Marín (Univ. of Texas)
Carla Marello (Univ. di Torino)
Maria Antònia Martí Antonín (Univ. de Barcelona)
Heliana Mello (UFMG - Belo Horizonte)
Liana Pop (Univ. "Bbaes-Bolyai" - Cluj)
Fernando Sánchez León (Centro de Estudios de la Real Academia Española)
Diana Santos (Univ. of Oslo)
Elena Tognini Bonelli (Univ. di Siena)
Miriam Voghera (Univ. di Salerno)

Scientific Committee

Manuel Barbera (Univ. di Torino)
Christophe Benzitoun (Univ. de Lorraine)
Margarita Borreguero Zuloaga (Univ. Complutense de Madrid)
Antonio Briz (Univ. de Valencia)
Isabella Chiari (Sapienza - Univ. di Roma)
Elisa Corino (Univ. di Torino)
Anna-Maria De Cesare (Univ. Basel)
Annick Farina (Univ. di Firenze)
Angela Ferrari (Univ. Basel)
Jerid Francom (Wake Forest University)
Maria Cláudia Freitas (PUC - Rio de Janeiro)
Edoardo Lombardi Vallauri (Univ. Roma Tre)
Belinda Maia (Univ. do Porto)
Francisco Matte Bon (UnINT - Roma)
Francisco Moreno-Fernández (Univ. de Alcalá de Henares)
Francisco Ocampo (Univ. of Minnesota)
Azucena Palacios Alcaine (Univ. Autónoma de Madrid)
Salvador Pons (Univ. de Valencia)
Tommaso Raso (UFMG - Belo Horizonte)
Frédéric Sabio (Univ. de Provence)
Erling Strudsholm (Univ. Copenhagen)

Editorial Assistant

Lorenzo Gregori (Univ. di Firenze)

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Vol 4, No 1 (2017): Interdisciplinary and interlinguistic perspectives on Academic Discourse: the mode variable

Table of Contents

Introduction

Interdisciplinary and interlinguistic perspectives on Academic Discourse: the mode variable
Shirley Carter-Thomas, Marie-Paule Jacques
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ARTICLES

Shirley Carter-Thomas, Clive Hamilton
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Laura Hartwel, Emmanuelle Esperanca-Rodier, agnes Tutin
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