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Linguistic Inquiry

Vol. 31, no. 4 (2000) through current issue

Linguistic Inquiry leads the field in research on current topics in linguistics. The worlds most celebrated linguists publish the most current research on new theoretical developments based on the latest international discoveries. Since 1970, LI has been capturing the excitement of contemporary debate in the field not only by publishing full-scale articles but also by publishing shorter contributions (squibs and discussions) and more extensive commentary (remarks and replies).

Published by: The MIT Press

Volume 46, 2015

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Volume 44, 2013

Volume 43, 2012

Volume 42, 2011

Volume 41, 2010

Volume 40, 2009

Volume 39, 2008

Volume 38, 2007

Volume 37, 2006

Volume 36, 2005

Volume 35, 2004

Volume 34, 2003

Volume 33, 2002

Volume 32, 2001

Volume 31, 2000


E-ISSN: 1530-9150
Print ISSN: 0024-3892

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