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Index of Articles

Volume 3 (2000)

Volume 2 (1999)

Volume 1 (1998)



Call for Papers





The Publication of the Illinois Philological Association (PIPA) is a peer-reviewed electronic journal whose purpose is to support the objectives of the Association: "to promote scholarship and teaching in philological disciplines, especially in the region of Illinois." To this end, PIPA will consider for publication articles in all fields that fall within the scope of philology, including studies in language, literature, linguistics, writing and theory, and articles on pedagogy in all of these fields. In considering submissions, PIPA will give preference to authors from Illinois and the immediately surrounding states (Missouri, Iowa, Wisconsin, Indiana, and Kentucky), though authors from other regions of the United States and parts of the world are also invited to submit their work.

Currently, PIPA is conceived by the Association as a semiannual journal, with one issue, published in the fall, devoted to papers from the annual conference held in the preceding April; the second issue will be published when the editor has received a sufficient body of articles; submissions for the second issue of each year will be accepted on an ongoing basis. See the submission guidelines for further information.

The ILLINOIS PHILOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION was founded in 1996 by representatives from several Illinois colleges and universities. Its purpose is to promote fellowship and intellectual exchange among faculty and student members of departments of English, Linguistics, Communication, and Foreign Languages, as well as independent scholars and writers throughout Illinois.