Editorial Policies

Focus and Scope

Triangle is an open access electronic publication devoted to any topic related to language, literature and computation.

Triangle is addressed to a specialized audience interested in the adoption of new methods (especially formal and computational) in the study of language and literature.

Triangle was born in 2010 with the aim of promoting interdisciplinary research in the fields of linguistics, literary studies and computer science. Intedisciplinarity and collaboration between different areas of knowledge improve results and allow progress in any field of knowledge. Therefore, Triangle intends to disseminate original, relevant, innovative and high-quality papers in the space of confluence of those three research areas.


The journal name, Triangle, intends to reflect, through the three vertices of the figure, the three topics of interest for this publication (language, literature and computation) and aims to evidence that preference is given to articles that focus on the edges of the triangle, this is, works that relate, at least, two of the three involved disciplines.

Triangle welcomes contributions in any of the three journal areas: linguistics, literary studies and computer science. However, preference is given to articles involving/relating at least two of the vertices of the triangle. Studies relating language and literature or any of these two disciplines with computation will be warmly received. 

Contributions to Triangle may be made in any of the following categories/forms:

1. Papers that report significant new research in any of the journal topics.

2. Monographic Issues containing the contribution of a single author that focuses on new research results or that presents didactic introductions to new research topics or that surveys the state of the art of an area in order to provide a good starting point for non-experts. 

3. Special Issues containing a collection of essays/articles, written by several researchers, around a well-established topic.


Section Policies



Checked Open Submissions Checked Indexed Checked Peer Reviewed

Peer Review Process

The review and selection of submissions is carried out as follows:

1. Firstly, the Editorial Board checks whether the journal’s requirements for submissions are fulfilled, judges whether the author guidelines have been followed in the preparation of the manuscript and assess if the paper fits in the thematic areas covered by the journal.

2. Secondly, submissions that pass the first filter will undergo, in a second step, an external peer review. Triangle follows a double-blind refereeing procedure. The identities of both the author and the referees remain confidential. Each proposal will be peer-reviewed by two experts in the field.  In case of discrepancy, a third peer-review will be conducted. At least one of the reviewers will be a member of the scientific committee of the journal. A second report will be carried out by an external reviewer selected ad hoc for each manuscript. The choice of reviewers for each paper will be performed by Triangle editors-in-chief and the editorial board according to the topic of the manuscript. Authors will be allowed to suggest names of potential reviewers for their work. However, the editor retains the sole right to decide whether or not suggested reviewers are contacted.

In the case of monographic and special issues, the review process will be performed in two phases: firstly, the editorial board will evaluate the volume proposal and, if it is accepted, at a second stage, the content of the volume will be peer-reviewed (in the case of special issues, we will evaluate each of the individual contributions included) following the same review policy specified above (double-blind external peer-review).

Within one week of submission, the author should have received acknowledgement of receipt of his/her manuscript. Within three months, the author should have had notification of acceptance or rejection, or a request for revision. Reports from the reviewers will be also sent to the author.

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Open Access Policy

This journal provides immediate open access to its contents based on the principle that the making research available to the public free of charge promotes the global exchange of knowledge. The journal Triangle is published under a Creative Commons licence.

This journal allows the authors to hold the copyright without restrictions. This journal allows the authors to retain the publishing rights without restrictions.

All articles published in our journals are open access and freely available online, immediately upon publication. There are no submission charges and no processing charges for Publicacions URV Journals.



This journal uses the LOCKSS system to create a distributed archiving system among participating libraries. This system allows libraries to create permanent archives of the journal for purposes of preservation and restoration.

In the context of the comprehensive planning of the assignments of edition and promotion of the Triangle journal, emphasis is strongly given to the digital preservation of published documents. Therefore, in order to ensure the lasting survival of the scientific material, the following measures are taken into account:

- Backup copies of the published and work files are periodically made, in external disk drives, by Publicacions URV.

- When Publicacions URV performs any update of its publishing programmes, it takes into account the requirement for compatibility of the formats, both those related to the internal editing process and those of the final publication, in order to ensure future recovery if necessary.

- The Learning and Research Center of the URV (CRAI) stores a collection of all published articles and corresponding metadata that is accessible through the RACO and Rovira i Virgili University's repositories. Both copies are on different servers than the one hosting the journal.

- The DOI registration, through the Crossref platform, ensures the dissemination and survival of the metadata related to the articles in the journal.

- Thanks to the open access license of the journal, all interested parties are encouraged to make copies of the articles and metadata published, for conservation and preservation purposes.



Publication Frequency

Triangle will be published once a year.



The languages of submission and publication are preferably English and Spanish. However, papers in Catalan and French will be also accepted. All manuscripts, regardless of the language, receive a linguistic review by the Servei Linguistic of URV.


Guidelines for the submission of manuscripts

[Download the Author Guidelines & Style and Formatting Guidelines.]

Submission of a paper is taken to imply that it has not previously been published, and is not currently under consideration for publication elsewhere.

 Manuscripts for Triangle should be submitted electronically in two different formats: 1) a Word or LaTeX (plain) file and 2) a PDF file. 

Paper submissions should be made as anonymised files e-mail attachments to the following address triangle@urv.cat

In a separate title page and in the e-mail message, the author must include:

  1. The name(s) of the author(s) and full contact details: department, institutuion, postal address, telephone, email.
  2. A brief biodata of 75/100 words including academic position, mair research lines and a selection of the most important publications. 
  3. The full title of the paper.
  4. An abstract of up to 200 words summarizing the content of the paper. 

As this journal has adopted a blind reviewing policy, authors must remove all identifying features from the paper by ensuring that no author’s name appears in the main text, in-text citations, reference list, or any filename. Replace all reference to the author with “Author 2015” or “Author et al. 2004”, etc. The title of the article and the name of the journal, book, etc. should also be removed from these references. 

In the case of monographic and special issues, before submitting the manuscript, authors/editors should send a proposal of the issue including the following data:

  • Name, institution, contact details and biodata of the author(s) (monographic issue) or the guest editor(s) (special issue).
  • Title of the proposal.
  • State-of-the-art in the topic area where the proposal is placed.
  • Some arguments for why this particular area/topic should be given a special issue in Triangle.
  • In the case of special issues, a list of potential contributors (with a short biodata) and the title of the potential contributions.



Prospective authors must follow the guidelines below in the preparation on their manuscript. The requirements apply equally to all three categories of contributions.


1. Manuscript Length

Submissions under the category of paper should not exceed 40 journal pages (A4) in length, including references, appendices and figures.

Monographic and Special Issues will be limited to 150 pages. 


2. Manuscript Format and Typography

  • Page setting: pages should be A4 size with all four margins of 2.5 cm.
  • Font: Times New Roman or Arial.
  • Font size: 12pt.
  • Alignment: Justified to the right and left.
  • Line spacing: 1.5.
  • Paragraphs should not be indented. 
  • Mark paragraphs breaks by extra line spacing.
  • Section headings must be numbered, lower cased and written in bold.
  • All pages must be numbered with Arabic numbers in the bottom right-hand corner.


3. Article Structure

The article must be divided into clearly defined and numbered sections (1, 2, 3…) and subsections (1.1, 1.2, 2.1, 2.2...). Any section and subsection may be given a brief heading. Each heading should appear on its own separate line.

The paper should contain the following parts:

  • Title in the language of the submission and in English. It must be clear, concise and informative as it is used in information retrieval systems. As far as possible, abbreviations and formulae should be avoided. 
  • Author’s name and family name
  • Author’s affiliation: Departement, institution, postal address, city, country, telephone number, email address.
  • Abstract in the language of the submission and in English. It should no exceed 200 words. The abstract should briefly state the goal of the research, methodology, principal results and major conclusions. References should be avoided. Abbreviations should be avoided, but if essential they must be defined at the first mention in the abstrct itself. 
  • Keywords in the language of the submission and in English. They should be included immediately after the abstract. The author must provide a minimum of 3 keywords and a maximum of 6. Consult the most recent Thesaurus for keywords, since these keywords are often used for indexing purposes.
  • Introduction. This first section should clearly state the work objectives and should provide the necessary background to understand the contributions of the author. Excessively detailed and exhaustive review of the literature should be avoided.
  • A non preestablished number of sections in which method, results and discussion of the contribution are presented.
  • Conclusions. The main conclusions of the study may be presented in a final Conclusions section. 
  • Appendices. If there is more than one appendix, they should be identified as A, B, C…
  • Acknowledgements. Collate acknowledgements in a separate section at the end of the article before the references and do not include them on the title page as a footnote to the title or otherwise.
  • References



4. Footnotes

  • Footnotes should be used sparingly. 
  • Footnotes should be brief.
  • Footnotes should be numbered consecutively throughout the paper, using superscript Arabic numbers.
  • In footnotes, a single line spacing and 10pt font size should be used.


5. Abbreviations

  • Ensure consistency of abbreviations throughout the article.
  • Abbreviations should be defined the first time they are used.


6. Typographic Conventions

Italics. Italics will be used in the following cases: 

  • Words used metalinguistically.

Conjunctions and, or, because are used for...

  • Foreign words

Usually ser is translated as ‘to be’

  • Emphasis in the main body of the text or footnotes

In this paper we wish to emphasize how they have managed...

  • Examples (words or sentences) inserted in the body text

The constituent John in John saw Mary’s daughter can be replaced by a larger unit… 

  • Titles of books inserted in the text:            

…as described in Aspects of the Theory of Syntax by Chomsky

  • Emphasis in numbered examples

(1) It will be late; therefore we'll start without him…

Bold. Avoid the use of boldface as far as possible. Boldface should be used for the first occurrence of a technical term. 

conversational agent is defined as a software program...

Single quotation marks. Single quotation marks are used for the definition of a phrase or a foreing word or sentence:

Usually ser is translated as ‘to be’

Double quotation marks will be used for short quotations within the text (at most two lines) and for a coining or a special use of a word or phrase. 

                 The word "fractal" suggests something that is "broken"


7. Figures, graphs, tables

  • Illustrations must be of sufficient quality to be reproduced.
  • In addition to include the illustrations in the article, submit electronically each illustration as a separate file by using one of the most common formats (preferably .jpg).
  • Illustrations should be numbered consecutively by type (Table 1, Table 2, Figure 1, Figure 2 ...) and they should include a caption to clarify its content.


8. Examples

Examples should be numbered. Include all the example numbers and any letters identifying sub-examples in separate parentheses and align them to the left. Examples should be numbered consecutively throughout the work.

(1) Los estructuralistas admiran las ideas de Chomsky.

(2a) Aquella mañana en la ciudad de León llovía a cántaros.

(2b) Juan lo sabe todo o es más listo de lo que creíamos.

(3) Es deseable que no venga nadie.

In the article text, examples should be referred as follows:

In (2b) you can see the following idea… 

As can be seen in examples (1)-(3)…


9. Linguistic Proofreading

The author must ensure a linguistic proofreading of the manuscript. To avoid unnecessary errors authors are strongly advised to use the “spell check” and “grammar check” functions of the wordprocessor in order to eliminate any linguistic mistake.


10. Quotations

Brief quotations of no more than two lines should be included in double quotation marks in the running text in roman typeface (not in italics). 

Long quotations should be set out as a separate paragraph (or paragraphs) indented (1 cm right and left), without any quotation marks, with no extra indent on the first line, in roman typeface (not in italics), single spaced and font size of 10pt. 

Within quotations any alteration of the source (emphasis, omision…) should be indicated. 

The source work and page number must be given for all the quotations. 


11. References

The author must ensure that every reference cited in the text is also present in the reference list at the end of the article and vice versa. Only works mentioned in the text (and footnotes, tables…) must be included in the reference list. 

The author must ensure that he/she provides each and every required data in the reference entries and that these data are correct. It should also ensure that authors and dates mentioned in the text correspond to the names and dates included in the reference list.


11.1 Short References in Text 

When short references are included in the text, variants of the author-date-page format (American system) are used depending on the context of the sentence in which the quotation is inserted.

We include the author's surname followed by the year of publication in parentheses:

  • Como indica López Morales (1993), probablemente tampoco es cierto que… 
  • Estos estudios configuraron cuatro perspectivas de investigación (Ehlers 2010)

If necessary, the page number or page range preceded by a colon is included. 

  • Están estrechamente vinculados tanto a su contexto sociopolítico como a la funcionalidad de las lengua en ese contexto (Montrul 2013: 26).
  • Véase López Morales (1993: 40)

If the reference has two authors, we use “&” to link them.

  • “…should be considered a loanword” (Poplack & Sankoff 1984: 99-100).

If reference is made in the text to a publication written by more than two authors, the name of the first author should be used followed by “et al.” This indication, however, should never be used in the list of references.

  • Existen muchos agentes conversacionales con diferentes características, complejidad y capacidad de respuesta (Jiménez et al. 2015).

When within a parenthesis we include more than one reference, they are separated by semicolons.

  • Tal y como señalan numerosos autores (Lakoff 1995; Lozano Domingo 1995; Chambers 1994), la educación en este aspecto desempeña un papel importante. 

More than one reference from the same author in the same year must be identified by the letters “a”, “b”, “c”, etc., placed after the year of publication.

…parece que el uso del español se va reduciendo paulatinamente (Moreno Fernández 2013a).

Footnotes should not be used for citations except in cases where it is needed to refer to a URL.


11.2 Reference List

References should be arranged alphabetically by surnames of author. The full reference list should appear at the end of the paper.

If more than one reference by the same author is included, these will be sorted in ascending chronologicallly order.

More than one reference from the same author in the same year must be identified by the letters “a”, “b”, “c”, etc., placed after the year of publication.


Llisterri, J. (2003a). Las Tecnologías del Habla: Entre la Ingeniería y la Lingüística…

Llisterri, J. (2003b). Lingüística y Tecnologías del Lenguaje…

If an author’s name in the list is also mentioned with co-authors the following order should be used:

  1. First, publications of the single author, arranged according to publication dates.
  2. Secondly, publications of the same author with one co-author.
  3. Finally, publications of the author with more than one co-author.

Titles must be provided in the original language. In the case of titles using a non-Latin alphabet, the title should be transliterated. In these cases, an annotation whithin parenthesis of the type (in Russian), (in Greek), etc. should be added.

The author should make sure to provide all the data in the references.


References should follow the following style:



Author’s surname, Initial of the name (year). Book title in italics. Place of publication: Publisher.

Example: Austin, J.L. (1962). How to Do Things with Words. Cambridge: Harvard University Press.


Book wih more than one author

Author’s surname, Initial of the name, Author’s surname, Initial of the name & Author’s surname, Initial of the name (year). Book title in italics. Place of publication: Publisher.

Example: Csuhaj-Varjú, E., Dassow, J., Kelemen, J. & Paun, Gh. (1994). Grammar Systems: A Grammatical Approach to Distribution and Cooperation. London: Gordon and Breach.


Edited (ed.) or coordinaded (coord.) book

Author’s surname, Initial of the name, Author’s surname, Initial of the name & Author’s surname, Initial of the name (eds. or coords.) (year). Book title in italics. Place of publication: Publisher.

Example: Craig, R. & Tracy, K. (eds.) (1983). Conversational Coherence. Form, Structure, and Strategy. California: Sage Publications.


Journal article

Author’s surname, Initial of the name (year). Article titleJournal title in italics, Volume(number): page numbers.

Example: Gazdar, G. (1981). Unbounded dependencies and coordinate structure. Linguistic Inquiry, 12(2): 155—184.


Book chapter

Book chapter author’s surname, Initial of the name (year). Chapter title. In Editor’s surname, Initial of the name (ed.), Book title in italics. (pp. page numbers). Place of publication: Publisher. 

Example: Salvador, G. (1985). Sí hay sinónimos.  In Salvador, G., Semántica y lexicología del español. Estudios y lecciones (pp. 51-66). Madrid: Paraninfo.


Article in an edited book

Article author’s surname, Initial of the name (year). Article title. In Editor’s surname, Initial of the name (ed.), Book title in italics. (pp. page numbers). Place of publication: Publisher. 

Example: Shieber, S.M. (1987). Evidence against the context-freeness of natural languages. In Savitch, W., Bach, E., Marsh, W. & Safran-Naveh, G. (eds.), The Formal Complexity of Natural Language (pp. 320—334). Dordrecht: Kluwer.


Article in conference proceedings

Article author’s surname, Initial of the name (year). Article title. In Editor’s surname, Initial of the name (ed.), Proceedings title in italics (pp. page numbers). Place of publication: Publisher.

Example: Castellanos, J., Martín Vide, C., Mitrana, V., Sempere, J.M. (2001).  Solving NP-Complete Problems with Networks of Evolutionary Processors. In Mira, J. & Prieto, A.  (eds.), Proceedings of IWANN 2001 (pp. 621-628). Berlin: Springer.


Conference proceedings

Author’s surname, Initial of the name, Author’s surname, Initial of the name & Author’s surname, Initial of the name (eds. or coords.) (year). Proceedings title in italics. Place of publication: Publisher

Example: Olza Moreno, I., Casado Velarde, M. & González Ruíz, R. (eds.) (2008). Actas del  XXXVII Simposio de la Sociedad Española de Lingüística. Pamplona: Servicio de Publicaciones de la Universidad de Navarra 



Author’s surname, Initial of the name (year). Dissertation title in italics. PhD Thesis, University, Place of publication. 

Example: Keller, F. (2000). Gradience in grammar: experimental and computational aspects of degrees of grammaticality, PhD thesis, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh.


Electronic book

Author’s surname, Initial of the name (year). Book title in italics. Place of publication: Publisher. [Electronic version]. Retrieved from URL (http:// - page address).

Example: Swanwick, T. (ed.) (2010). Understanding medical education: evidence, theory and practice. Berlin: Springer. [Electronic version from Wiley Online Library Books]. Retrieved from http://www.doredin.mec.es/documentos/01220102007215.pdf


Internet publications

Internet articles based on a print source

Author’s surname, Initial of the name (year). Article title [electronic version]. Journal title in italics, Volume(number): page numbers. Retrieved day/month/year, from URL.

Example: Vandenbos, G., Knapp, S. & Doe, J. (2001). Role of reference elements in the selection of resources by psychology undergraduates [electronic version]. Journal of Bibliographic Research, 5: 117-123. Retrieved 30/10/2015, from http://jbr.org/articles.html 

Articles in an Internet-only journal

Author’s surname, Initial of the name (year). Article title. Journal title in italics, Volume(number): page numbers. Retrieved day/month/year, from URL.

Example: Peña, I., Córcoles, P. & Casado, C. (2006). El profesor 2.0: Docencia e investigación desde la red. UOC Papers. Revista Sobre La Sociedad Del Conocimiento, 3. Retrieved 12/03/2015, from  http://www.uoc.edu/uocpapers/3/

Stand-alone document, no author identified, no date 

Title (n.d). Retrieved day/month/year, from URL.

Example: El asma. (n.d.). Retrived 03/09/2013, from http://www.farmavitaca.com/s3.htm

Document available on an Institution Web Site 

Author’s surname, Initial of the name or Name of the Institution (year). Title. Retrieved day/month/year, from URL.

Example: Council of Europe (2001). Common European framework of reference for languages: Learning, teaching, assessment. Retrieved 28/08/2014, from http://www.coe.int/lang-CEFR.



Author’s surname, Initial of the name (year). Patent Name No. Place of publication: Organism. 

Example: Siegel, S. B. (1991). Patente EUA No. 5,025,786. Washington, DC: Oficina de Patentes y Marcas de EUA.



Author’s surname, Initial of the name (year). Report Title in italics. Report, Organism.

Example: Martínez, J. & González, E. (1993). El sector turístico en la Francia. Report, Fundación ABT/Paris.



The journal Triangle, published by the Publications Service of the Rovira i Virgili University, uses the anti-plagiarism Urkund platform for all its processes (for more information click on this link). In addition to this, our reviewers use online platforms such as Plagscan and open source programs such as Anti-Plagiarism.


Ethical code of the Journal

The journal Triangle is committed to maintaining ethical standards and takes as its reference the principles published by COPE (Best Practice Guidelines for Journal Editors). It is essential for all parties involved in the process (editors, referees and authors) to understand and heed this code’s principles.


  • Decision to publish articles: journal editors, after consulting with the editorial board, are responsible for deciding whether or not to publish submitted articles, following receipt of the verdicts of two external referees and, should there be significant discrepancies between these, that of a third referee. They agree to observe the same criteria for acceptance or rejection of articles in accordance with the originality, relevance and clarity of the same. Editors must offer mechanisms for appeal against editorial decisions to the editorial board. Likewise, they must offer complete and up-to-date instructions regarding authors’ responsibilities and the characteristics of the articles submitted to the journal.
  • Non-discrimination: Editors shall examine submitted articles without consideration of the race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, ethnic origin, country of origin, nationality or political orientation of the authors.
  • Confidentiality: editors and other staff associated with the journal agree not to disclose information about the articles received to persons other than the actual author or the referees. Likewise, they guarantee that the procedure shall be conducted in such a way that the anonymity of the referees and authors is guaranteed under all circumstances.
  • Conflict of interests and disclosure: editors agree not to use the results of submitted articles in their own research work unless they receive the author’s explicit consent.
  • Errata: editors shall publish corrections, clarifications, retractions and apologies should they be necessary.
  • Quality: the opinions of the authors, referees and editorial board shall be requested in order to improve the editorial procedure.


  • Authorship of the text: a submitted article must be signed by its author and, if relevant, by any other person that has made a significant contribution to the planning, organisation, development or processing of the research on which the article is based. In cases of co-authorship, the author submitting the text must explicitly declare that the names of all of the authors appear in the article, and that they have issued their approval and consent with regard to the final version of the article that is to be published in the UAB journal.
  • Responsibility: the authors shall be held liable for the content of their manuscripts.
  • Plagiarism and originality: the authors declare that every part of the text submitted to the journal is original and that all of the sources used have been correctly cited.
  • Access to and conservation of data: authors of articles must clarify, by request of the editors, the sources or data on which their research is based; this data must be conserved for a reasonable period of time after publication and may be disclosed if necessary.
  • Multiple, repetitive or conflicting publications: the author must not publish articles that present the same research in more than one journal at the same time.
  • Conflict of interests and disclosure: the authors shall explicitly declare that there is no conflict of interests that may have conditioned the results of their research or the proposed interpretations. They shall also indicate the sources of funding for the research, if applicable, as well as the project that their article forms part of.
  • Errors in published articles: should an author notice any relevant errors or inaccuracies in a published article, these must be reported to the editors of the journal and all information required to make the necessary corrections must be provided.


  • Expert reviews: the double blind review system shall be employed, a procedure that helps the editors and the editorial board to make decisions about submitted articles while also enabling the authors to make improvements to their work.
  • Respect for deadlines: after agreeing to review an article, referees must respect the agreed time periods; if they are unable to meet a deadline they should give the editors sufficient prior warning of this.
  • Confidentiality: articles submitted for review are considered confidential documents, so the referees cannot discuss them with third parties unless they have permission to do so from the editors.
  • Objectivity: reviews must be objective; personal views about the author are not to be taken into consideration and referees’ opinions of the work must be supported by appropriate and justified arguments.
  • Bibliographical indications: the referees agree to offer precise bibliographical details on important texts on the subject matter that the author may have omitted; likewise, the referees shall report to the editors on similarities or overlaps between the text received and other works, if there are any.
  • Conflict of interests and disclosure: Any reserved information that has been obtained as a result of the review procedure shall be considered confidential and may not be used for personal purposes; if the review of an article supposes a conflict with the referee’s own interests due to collaborations or competition with the author or with the institution that he/she represents, the referee must reject the review proposal.


Submission checklist

Before submitting the manuscript to the journal, the author must ensure that:

  • He/she has included all the required files: doc or tex, pdf, figures.
  • He/she has provided email, postal address, and phone number.
  • He/she has attached a biodata.
  • The article contains: Title (in two languages), abstract (in two languages) and keywords (in two languages).
  • Manuscript has been spell-checked and grammar-checked.
  • References are in the correct format for this journal (as specified in the author guidelines)
  • All references mentioned in the Reference list are cited in the text, and vice versa.


After acceptance

If the work is accepted for publication, the author must agree:

  • To include in the final version of the paper the recommendations and/or corrections suggested by the reviewers.
  • To adapt the manuscript to the journal style format.
  • To review the proofs that will be sent to him/her within the time period established.  

The editorial board reserves itself the right to alter the formal presentation of the paper to adapt it to the standards of the journal.


Evaluation Criteria

In the manuscripts, it will be particularly valued:

  • Adequacy to the thematic lines of the journal.
  • Originality, novelty, interest and relevance of the proposal.
  • Clarity and methodological accuracy.
  • Formal presentation (writing, references, quotations ...).

For publication, articles must receive two favorable reports.

No particular theories or scientific trends are favoured. Scientific quality and scholarly standing are the only criteria applied in the selection of papers accepted for publication.

All submissions, regardless length and type, will be held to the same standards of technical and presentation quality.

In case of authors’ complaints and /or claims for errors or abuses by the reviewers, the journal offers authors the possibility to send their comments to the following address:


Departament de Filologies Romàniques
Universitat Rovira i Virgili
Avinguda Catalunya 35
43002 Tarragona  (Spain)

Phone:  + 34 977 559 542
Fax: + 34 977 558 386
Email: triangle@urv.cat