eLanguage Outage

This past weekend, the server that hosts eLanguage and its associated journals, including Semantics & Pragmatics, was the subject of a malicious attack from hackers. The technical staff has been working hard at getting eLanguage back up. While this has been going on, the URL for S&P points to a temporary page, from which all published articles are downloadable. We should note that the official links for S&P papers via their DOIs also point to this back-up location, so access to the articles we have published is not disrupted.

We expect eLanguage and S&P to be fully functional again in the next couple of days. In the mean time, if you have a question about submitting to the journal or any other business, please email us at editors@semprag.org.

[Update: eLanguage and S&P are back up and functional.]

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About Kai von Fintel

I'm a professor of linguistics at MIT. I work on meaning. I am also Associate Dean of MIT's School of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences. I have a wife, two kids, two cats, and a dog. I live in an intentional community (Mosaic Commons Cohousing) in Berlin, Massachusetts. I am a runner. I like soccer, a lot. I was born on a cold winter’s night in a small village on the Lüneburg Heath in Northern Germany.

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