Acta Universitatis Lodziensis. Folia Linguistica Rossica


Acta Universitatis Lodziensis. Folia Linguistica Rossica

The idea of creating the periodical Folia Linguistica Rossica
originated in the Department of Linguistics in the Russian Studies
Institute a long time ago. The project of initiating the periodical
had frequently been discussed during the meetings held at the
Institute. The periodical was created as a result of the generous
support of the Philological Faculty Council and approval of the
Publishing Council of the University of Łódź.

There is a genuine need for a board presentation of the research
programs of the department, which has gradually been developing with
respect to its staff,

organization, teaching, as well as research. It should be noted that
in the 2000/2001 academic year two types of studies enriched the
Russian Studies

Institute: to the standard five-year program of studies were added
extramural and day-time two-degree studies with elements of Ukrainian

The periodical will specialize in Russian linguistics. Historical,
contemporary, as well as comparative approaches will be represented.
Research programs

covering Polish-East Slavic linguistic borderland, as well as
materials to the methodology and university didactic procedures will
be presented. Articles,

reviews and reports will be accepted for publication. The possibility
of publishing dissertations or separate monographic works and

materials will be considered. The texts will appear in both Russian and Polish.

The aim of the periodical is to encourage integration and initiative
in undertaking studies in the field of Russian philology and, more
broadly, East Slavic

philologies. The periodical will welcome contributions from foreign
Slavic studies centers, with which the Russian Linguistics Department
has long been

cooperating. This will ensure exchange of publications, e.g. between
the department in Łódź and the Department of History of the Russian
Language and

Linguistics at the University of Kazan and the Institute of Slavic
Studies in Giessen.

ISSN: 1731-8025

Contact: Instytut Rusycystyki UŁ


Subject: Russian Language, Russian Studies, Slavic Studies, Linguistics

Date Posted: 12th November, 2012

Original posting date: 
Monday, November 12, 2012
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