Call for Papers Issue 6.1

Have you written a linguistics paper, research proposal or thesis you are proud of? Consider submitting your work to LingUU, the official, peer-reviewed, student journal on linguistics at Utrecht University. We invite undergraduate and graduate linguistics students to submit their papers.

The submission deadline for LingUU issue 6.1, to be published in April 2022, is October 31, 2021.

Why should I submit?

Students sometimes come up with ideas that are worth sharing and develop creative theories that more people should read, other than just the teacher. LingUU provides a way to make this happen while giving students the opportunity to get to know the world of academic publishing. Publishing in LingUU is a great learning experience for young academics and enables you to improve your work through peer feedback.

What can I submit?

LingUU features research articles from all subdisciplines of linguistics and publishes in both Dutch and English. Apart from full-blown articles, research proposals are also welcome for submission. Besides scientific articles, you can submit reports on internships abroad, and book reviews. The word limit depends on the category of your submission. Please take a look at our author guidelines for more information or contact us.

You can find examples of published articles in our archive.

How do I submit?

Please read our guidelines for authors first, to make sure your work meets our requirements. Next, submit it through our online form by 31 October 2021. Within a few days after the deadline, you’ll receive more info about the reviewing and publication process.

If your paper is accepted, usually after reviews and revisions, it will be published in one of the next issues of LingUU. The next issue will be published in April 2022.


If you have questions left, do not hesitate to contact via [at] You can also check the frequently asked questions first.

We’re looking forward to receiving your paper!

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