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Conference proceedings "Language: Meaning and Form"    LATV

ISSN   2255-9256
e-⁠ISSN 2256-⁠0602
Indexed in MLA International Bibliography, EBSCO, ERIH PLUS, CEEOL, Index Copernicus International


2016  Valoda: nozīme un forma. 7. Gramatika un saziņa / Language: Meaning and Form 7. Grammar and Communication

2015  Valoda: nozīme un forma. 6. Valodas sistēma un lietojums / Language: Meaning and Form 6. Language System and Language Use

2014  Valoda: nozīme un forma 5. Opozīcijas sintaksē un semantikā / Language: Meaning and Form 5. Oppositions in Syntax and Semantics

2014  Valoda: nozīme un forma 4. Kategoriju robežas gramatikā / Language: Meaning and Form 4. Boundaries of Categories in Grammar

2013  Valoda: nozīme un forma 3. Teorija un metodoloģija latviešu valodniecībā / Language: Meaning and Form 3. Theory and Methodology in Latvian Linguistics

2012  Valoda: nozīme un forma 2. Gramatizēšanās un leksikalizēšanās latviešu  valodas sistēmā / Language: Meaning and Form 2. Grammaticalization and Lexicalization in the System of Latvian

2009  Valoda: nozīme un forma. Plašsaziņas līdzekļu valoda / Language: Meaning And Form. Mass Media Language


Conference proceedings "Language: Meaning and Form" are published by the Department  of Latvian and General Linguistics, Faculty of Humanities, University of Latvia. Conference proceedings are published annually and cover a wide range of topics and approaches within current Latvian and general linguistics, including but not limited to grammar, pragmatics, semantics, cognitive linguistics and linguistic research methodology. The main aim of the proceedings is to bring together in one volume the various research results and theoretical developments that are presented each year at the international conferences and workshops organised by the Department of Latvian and General Linguistics of the Faculty of Humanities of the University of Latvia. The target audience of Language: meaning and form includes researchers, university lecturers, doctoral students and students at other stages of their training.

All articles are double-blind peer-reviewed.

Publication ethics and publication malpractice statement

The editors, editorial board, authors and reviewers of the conference proceedings „Valoda: nozīme un forma / Language: Meaning and Form” have a responsibility to follow the standards ensuring compliance with the publishing ethics.

The responsibility of the editorial board is to prevent violations of the publishing ethics. The guidelines for the editor, authors and reviewers of the series are based on COPE Code of Conduct for Journal Editors, see

1. Responsibilities of the editor
The editor makes the decision on publishing a manuscript based on the conclusion made by the reviewers. The editor ensures that the articles are being evaulated objectively, and that the decision on publishing is made solely on the basis of the  content. The editor has to ensure the confidentiality of the peer-review process.
2. Responsibilities of the reviewer
The reviewer observes confidentiality during the peer-review process and remains objective when reviewing the articles. The reviewer has to check whether references to all of the used sources have been provided in the article. If the reviewer is not sure of his or her competence in reviewing articles or if a conflict of interest forms, he or she informs the editor about this in order for another reviewer to be appointed.
3. Responsibilities of the authors
Authors observe the manuscripts submitting guidelines that are available on the homepage of proceedings. Authors submit articles that are completely original and do not submit works that are fully or partly submitted / published elsewhere. Authors are obliged to provide references to all of the sources used in the article.

Editorial Board

Editor – Andra Kalnača, University of Latvia, Faculty of Humanities
Assistant editor – Ilze Lokmane, University of Latvia, Faculty of Humanities

Ilze Auziņa, University of Latvia, Institute of Mathematics and Computer Science
Ina Druviete, University of Latvia, Faculty of Humanities; University of Latvia, Latvian Language Institute
Daiki Horiguchi, Iwate University
Magdalene Huelmann, Westfälische Wilhelms-⁠Universität Münster
Karl Pajusalu, University of Tartu
Jurgis Pakerys, Vilniaus University
Svetlana Polkovņikova, Daugavpils University
Ilze Rūmniece, University of Latvia, Faculty of Humanities


The Department of Latvian and General Linguistics
Faculty of Humanities
University of Latvia
Visvalža Street 4a
Riga, LV-1050                 

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