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2023 ODAL call for paper
The journal Onomastics from Latin America announces that it is receiving articles for volume 4. This issue of the journal inaugurates the Dossier section, of a monographic nature, and is dedicated to European Onomastics in America. Contributions to this section may address both toponymy and anthroponymy or other categories of proper name, at present or at any time in the past. This issue is edited by Ana Zabalza-Seguín (University of Navarra, Spain; firstname.lastname@example.org). The deadline for articles submission is June 30, 2023; the submission must be made through the journal’s website. Once accepted for publication, articles will be published in continuous flow system.
Onomastics from Latin America began to be published in 2020 and so far has edited six issues distributed in three volumes. It publishes articles in English, Portuguese, Spanish and French. In 2023 the magazine starts to adopt the continuous flow publication system with an annual volume. All articles undergo peer review (double-blind) and are assigned DOI. The journal follows a policy of free access; there is no publication or editing fee. It is dedicated to the promotion and dissemination of national and international onomastic research, aimed at the internationalization of the Graduate Program in Language and Literature of Unioeste (Western Paraná State University of) as a result of an alliance between Unioeste and UNAM (National Autonomous University of Mexico).
It is registered in the following indexing sources: ERIH PLUS, MLA, Latindex (Latin American Directory), Diadorim, DOAJ , Livre and Qualis.
Link to the journal – v. 3 n. 6 (2022): Onomástica desde América Latina | Onomástica desde América Latina (unioeste.br)