About the Journal

The Journal of Universal Language is an international research journal and it is published by the Language Research Institute at Sejong University biannually. The goal of the Journal of Universal Language is to foster, present, and disseminate interdisciplinary research concentrating on universal languages. Language barriers have long played a major role in social and political conflicts around the world, and we believe that the development of a universal language is the key to easing tensions. We welcome theoretical and empirical papers that explore various dimensions of natural languages and the need for a universal language. In this regard, the JUL is multidisciplinary in nature and invite scholars from different fields, including but not limited to general, applied, and interdisciplinary linguistics, language policy, terminology, artificial languages, philosophy, sociology, psychology, anthropology, history, law, politics, religion, translation, economics, and business.

  • Publisher: Language Research Institute, Sejong University, Korea
  • Journal title: Journal of Universal Language
  • ISSN: 2508-5344 (online)
  • Frequency: Biannually (March 31, September 30)
  • Year of Launching: 1996
  • Indexed by: KCI, EBSCO, MLA, Linguistics Abstracts Online, BRILL, DBpia, and Google Scholar
  • Doi prefix: 10.22425/jul