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Филологически форум
Philological Forum

Publishing House: Софийски университет »Св. Климент Охридски«
Subject(s): Language and Literature Studies, Theoretical Linguistics, Applied Linguistics, Studies of Literature, Philology, Theory of Literature
Frequency: 2 issues
Print ISSN: 2367-8119
Online-ISSN: 2534-9473
Status: Active

  • 2016
  • 2017
  • 2018
  • 2019
  • 2020
  • 2021
  • 2022
  • 2023
  • Issue No. 2 (4)/2
  • Issue No. 1 (5)/3
  • Issue No. 2 (6)/3
  • Issue No. 1 (7)/4
  • Issue No. 2 (8)/4
  • Issue No. 1 (9)/5
  • Issue No. 2 (10)/5
  • Issue No. Special/5
  • Issue No. 1 (11)/6
  • Issue No. 2 (12)/6
  • Issue No. 1 (13)/7
  • Issue No. 2 (14)/7
  • Issue No. 1 (15)/8
  • Issue No. 2 (16)/8
  • Issue No. 1 (17)/9
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Short Description

The Philological Forum is an interdisciplinary scholarly journal centring on the sphere of the humanities and established to serve as a platform for young scholars. Its issues are topical and are curated by a scholar specialising in the relevant area of philology and, broadly, the humanities. Articles in the journal concern issues pertaining to literary history and theory, the history of language and linguistic theory, cultural anthropology, folklore studies and ethnology, research on subjects relating to Antiquity and the Middle Ages, the media, theatre and cinema, language and literature education and the theory and practice of translation. Issues pertaining to Bulgarian studies abroad are given special consideration. The journal publishes scholarly articles, reviews, travelogues, fiction and interviews by young and establishes authors alike. The journal’s working languages include all Slavic languages, English and French. Texts in German, Spanish, Italian and Romanian are allowed.

The intended audience of the texts includes scholars, university lecturers, teachers in the humanities, specifically in the field of philology, BA, MA and PhD students, post-doc researchers and readers interested in philology.

Editorial board

assoc. prof. Veneta Savova, PhD

senior assist. prof. Nadezhda Stoyanova, PhD (editor in chief)

senior assist. prof. Aglaya Mavrova, PhD

senior assist. prof. Martin Stefanov, PhD

senior assist. prof. Teodora Tzankova, PhD

senior assist. prof. Ivan P. Petrov, PhD

senior assist. prof. Simeon Stefanov, PhD

Maria Ruseva, PhD

Section editors

assoc. prof. Miryana Yanakieva, PhD (editor of the section Epistolary Tales)

Maria Ruseva, PhD (editor of the section Travelling Words)

assist. prof. Kristiyan Yanev (editor of the section Where Do Bulgarian Studies Lie?)

Nikolay Genov (editor of the section A Wink and a Yawn)

Georgi Georgiev (editor of the section It So Happened That…)

senior assist. prof. Simeon Stefanov, PhD (editor of the section A Silent Echo)