Harvard Working Papers in Linguistics is a publication of the graduate students of the Department of Linguistics at Harvard University. It is a venue for students and faculty to publish papers that reflect ongoing research and papers that are in their early stages, in order to stimulate discussion and inform the wider linguistics community about exciting developments at Harvard.

12 volumes of HWPL (1992-2007) have been published and are now out of print, and individual articles are available as PDFs through this website. As of volume 13 (now in press, estimated date of publication Fall 2015), HWPL will be published and distributed by our neighbors and colleagues at MIT Working Papers in Linguistics.

For information on formatting your submissions to HWPL and for article templates, see 'submissions'.

Please direct all questions to Julia Sturm.