Submissions to ELAD-SILDA can focus on phonetic, phonological, morphological, syntactic, lexical, pragmatic and/or stylistic phenomena, from a theoretical perspective or from an applied perspective on discourse analysis. ELAD-SILDA is corpus-oriented, and submissions should aim to establish a systematic and narrow link between the linguistic phenomena under scrutiny and their actual usage in specific discursive contexts. Contrastive studies are especially welcome. Submissions in Arabic, Chinese, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Polish, Russian, Ukrainian and Spanish are welcome ELAD-SILDA publishes up to two issues thematic issues every year, as well as varia articles. Submissions will be double-blind peer-reviewed by two members of the international scientific committee. Abstract submissions should include a title in English, in French and in the language of the article, as well as a short abstract (between 200 and 350 words) in English, in French and in the language of the article (if different from French or English) and selected bibliographical references.