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Call for papers: NJL Special Issue on Forensic Linguistics: European perspectives

  • Tanya Karoli Christensen (a1) and Sune Sønderberg Mortensen (a2)
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The second issue of Volume 41 (autumn 2018) of the Nordic Journal of Linguistics will be a special issue devoted to forensic linguistics in the Nordic countries and in Europe. The issue will be edited by Tanya Karoli Christensen and Sune Sønderberg Mortensen.

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