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Journal “Onomástica desde América Latina”

We are glad to announce that the Journal Onomástica desde América Latina has interface in English and is receiving articles  to compose its volume 2, numbers 3 and 4,  with publication scheduled, respectively, for the first and second semesters of 2021. Student´s papers are welcome, as there is a section called Works that receives articles from...

Hot off the Press: Onoma Nr. 54

The Volume 54 has just been finalized. You may find this issue and upload from the Archive: https://onomajournal.org/archive/. This Onoma volume has the theme Young Scholars of Onomastics. The articles in the volume have been authored by early-career researchers, meaning either PhD and master’s students or recently graduated PhDs. The volume theme was principally inspired...

Call for papers: il Nome nel testo, XXII (2021)

Dear Onomastica & Letteratura members, colleagues and students of Literary Onomastics, We would like to invite you to participate in the upcoming issue of our journal il Nome nel testo, XXII (2021). This issue has no specific theme, so we welcome articles presenting any topic that falls within Literary Onomastics. Considering that many library locations are...

Call for papers: Revista Onomástica desde América Latina

Revista Onomástica desde América Latina (Onomastics from Latin America) is a semiannual publication dedicated to the promotion and dissemination of onomastic research at national and international level. The journal is receiving articles in English, Portuguese and Spanish. Articles received from April 2020 to November 2020 will be evaluated for number 3, with publication scheduled for...

New Journal of Latin American Onomastics

“Onomástica desde América Latina” is an online-only, open-access, peer-reviewed scientific journal covering research in all aspects of onomastics from all over Latin America. The journal was launched in 2020 as a result of the scientific, academic and inter-institutional exchange promoted by the First Anthroponomastic Conference (organised by Yolanda Guillermina Lopez Franco from the National...

“Naming, Identity and Tourism” has been published

Editors: Luisa Caiazzo, Richard Coates, Maoz Azaryahu Names weave the texture of our daily lives in ways that are self-evident. However, behind their taken-for-granted threads, they conceal a considerable meaning potential that may turn them into malleable vehicles of human goals and agendas. The novelty of this volume lies in the special focus it...

New scientific journal for socio-onomastic research

A new scientific journal has been founded by members of the research network New trends in Nordic Socio-onomastics: Nordisk tidskrift för socioonomastik / Nordic Journal of Socio-Onomastics! The first volume of the journal, which is published by The Royal Gustavus Adolphus Academy in Sweden, will be available in spring 2021 and possible to access online via the journal...

Call for papers: Onomastica 64 (2020)

We invite Authors to submit original articles (both theoretical and documentary research), as well as review articles, concerning proper names in all their aspects and varieties to publish in 64th issue of Onomastica (2020). We welcome proper-name-focused contributions from all linguistic disciplines as well as from other non-linguistic fields such as philosophy of language, history,...

Onoma 53 “Explorations in literary onomastic theory”

The Volume 53 has just been finalized. You may find this issue and upload from the Archive: https://onomajournal.org/archive/. Volume 53 of ICOS’s international journal Onoma is thematic. There are six substantive articles on theoretical aspects of literary onomastics by scholars from Poland, Czechia, Germany, the United States and England, as well as reviews of three...

Onoma 55: Personal Names and Cultural Reconstructions Call for Papers

Dear colleagues, We are inviting you to contribute to a thematic Onoma volume “Personal Names and Cultural Reconstructions”. Personal names may show belonging to a specific cultural sphere or linguistic group. Although there are many names common to several cultures, such as names from the main religions, many personal names reveal which part of...

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