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Etnolingwistyka. Problemy Języka I Kultury
Ethnolinguistics. Issues in Language and Culture

Publishing House: Wydawnictwo Naukowe Uniwersytetu Marii Curie-Sklodowskiej
Subject(s): Anthropology, Language studies, Language and Literature Studies, Theoretical Linguistics, Applied Linguistics, Cognitive linguistics
Frequency: 1 issues
Print ISSN: 0860-8032
Online-ISSN: 2449-8335
Status: Active

  • 2018
  • 2019
  • Issue No. 30/30
  • Issue No. 31/31
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Short Description

The journal was launched in 1988 as a forum for discussion of the problems of cultural and cognitive linguistics, the linguistic worldview, stereotypes and value terms – these were new and topical problems at the time. Since 2004 Etnolingwistyka has been the official journal of two ethnolinguistic commissions: domestic (within the Linguistic Committee of the Polish Academy of Sciences) and international (affiliated with the International Slavic Committee). Since the launching of the international EUROJOS project in 2008, the range of authors has been constantly growing. Its readership includes philologists, linguists, cultural studies scholars, and anthropologists – students, researchers, and faculty members.

The annual Etnolingwistyka. Problemy języka i kultury is a platform for an exchange of ideas between academia and integration of scholars, both from Poland and abroad, who are interested in the problems of the language-culture interface. A broad understanding of ethnolinguistics has been adopted. It is defined as anthropological-cultural linguistics with a cognitivist orientation. The scope of the journal is also broad and embraces the structure and use of language in all its varieties, including the standard variety, in its relation to culture, speakers, and society. The contributions may be theoretical and analytic, relating to a single language (and culture), as well as comparative (of any scope: Slavic, European, or supra-European). Apart from original research articles, the journal also accepts book reviews, book notices on recent publications, reports from conferences and other events in line with the journal’s profile.