Journals which Publish Systemic-Functional Linguistics
The following journals are directly directed at Systemic
Linguistics: (Springer): An electronic journal. From the
website: "The journal publishes scholarly articles and reviews in
the broad area of functional studies, with a special focus on
systemic functional linguistics".
Functions of Language: The FOL Home Page. There you will
find links to the journal's statement of purpose, some notes for
contributors, its style sheet, and the tables of contents of past and
Papers in Systemic Linguistics: During the 1990s, Nottingham University published a series of SFL
monographs and occassional papers. Due to retirements, this process has
stopped, however the publications are now available via Geoff Thompson in
Other Journals favorable to Systemic Linguistics include:
and the Human Sciences. Edited by Jonathan Webster.
Semiotics Transdiscinplinary in functional linguistics,
semiotics and critical theory.
Word: Journal of the International Linguistics Association.
Applied Linguistics: Editor: Michael McCarthy,
Department of English Studies, University of Nottingham, University
Park, Nottingham NG7 2RD, UK.
and Talk: an interdisciplinary journal
for the study of discourse. Editor: SRIKANT SARANGI. Publisher: Mouton
Linguistics in Education: Ablex, edited by David Bloom and
Sciences: If you are interested in submitting a paper to this
journal visit: http://authors.elsevier.com/jnlnr/867.
Journal of Applied Linguistics, edited by Srikant
English for Specific Purposes,
is a systemic friendly international journal for articles that address
issues related to specialised texts, specific registers of English or
education related issues.
Documentação de estudos em linguistica Teorica e
Aplicada. Editor; Leila Barbara.
Associate editor: Kanavillil Rajagopalan. Papers accepted preferably in
English or Portuguese, but Spanish or French accepted also .
Contact : email@example.com
Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics,
edited by Martin J. Ball,
Nicole Müller and Thomas W. Powell.
They are interested in receiving submissions applying SFL to disordered speech and language,
and have in the past published a special issue on SFL, with an introductory article by M.A.K. Halliday.