We are incredibly proud of our research community and all our authors and editors who have shown an incredible level of resilience this year. This reflects in the ongoing steady output of books and articles this year!
The ‘Educational Linguistics Series’ is about to publish its 50th book and got indexed in both Scopus and NSD this year, whereas Studies in Natural Language and Linguistic Theory will be publishing its 100th volume and is also indexed in Scopus.
Some highlights of the book portfolio include Intersections in Language Planning and Policy, the OA book Script Effects as the Hidden Drive of the Mind, Cognition, and Culture and the series Language, Cognition, and Mind, with 3 OA publications. We are also looking forward to the publication of the textbook Learning the Secrets of English Verse.
Highlights from the journals portfolio include Reading and Writing, which has now increased to 10 issues per year, Corpus Pragmatics was included in Scopus this year, and Language Policy has published a great special issue on language policy in blue-collar workplaces.
Despite the hardships of this year, our authors and editors have continued to give their best effort, and for this we are immensely grateful!