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Prace Filologiczne
Philological Studies

Publishing House: Wydział Polonistyki Uniwersytetu Warszawskiego
Subject(s): Language and Literature Studies
Frequency: 2 issues
ISSN: 0138-0567
Status: Active

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Short Description

Philological Studies Title: "Prace Filologiczne" [Philological Studies] (volume 12, 1927, published as: "Prace Polonistyczne ofiarowane Janowi Łosiowi" [Studies in Polish presented in honour of Jan Łoś]) Years of publication: 1885/1886 - 1937 (volumes 1 -17), 1963/1965 - 2004 (volumes 18- 49)

Place of publication: Warsaw

Editors-in-chief: Jan Baudouin de Courtenay, Jan Karłowicz, Adam A. Kryński, Lucjan Malinowski (volumes 1-6); Adam A. Kryński (volume 7); Adam A. Kryński, Mirosław Zbigniew Kryński (volumes 8-9); Jan Baudouin de Courtenay et al. (volumes 10-14); Witold Doroszewski et al. (volumes 15-17), Halina Koneczna, Stanisław Skorupka (volume 18); Witold Doroszewski (volumes 19-27); Mieczysław Szymczak (volumes 28-34); Władysław Kupiszewski (since volume 35), Halina Karaś (since volume 51)

Publishers: "Kasa im. Józefa Mianowskiego" [Józef Mianowski Fund] (volumes 1-6, 8-17), "Księgarnia Gebethnera i Wolffa" [Wolff and Gebethner Bookshop] (volume 7), "Państwowe Wydawnictwo Naukowe" [Polish Scientific Publishers] (volumes 18-19 and 32-36), Warsaw University Press (volumes 37-40), the Institute of Polish Language (since volume 41), (Faculty of Polish Studies at University of Warsaw) (since volume 55)

Languages of publication: Polish, Russian, German, Czech, Slovak, Bulgarian, Ukrainian, English, French, Italian,

"Prace Filologiczne" is the oldest linguistic journal in Poland; it was established in 1884 by Adam Antoni Kryński. The latest volume (67) was published in 2015.

Editor-in-chief: Halina Karaś

The Linguistics Series:
Editing Commitee: Halina Karaś, Wanda Decyk (Secretary), Jerzy Molas, Krystyna Waszakowa, Izabela Winiarska, Zofia Zaron. Advisory Board: Jurij Apresjan (Russian Academy of Science, Moscow), Andrzej Bogusławski (University of Warsaw), František Čermák (Charles University in Prague), Stanisław Dubisz (University of Warsaw), Marina Głowinska (Russian Academy of Science, Moscow), Władysław Kupiszewski (University of Warsaw), Jadwiga Puzynina (University of Warsaw), Janusz Siatkowski (University of Warsaw), Zuzanna Topolińska (Macedonian Academy of Science, Skopje), Anna Wierzbicka (Australian National University, Canberra)

The Literary Studies Series:
Editing Commitee: Mieczysław Dąbrowski, Andrzej Fabianowski, Joanna Goszczyńska, Ewa Ihnatowicz, Witold Sadowski (Secretary), Paweł Stępień, Grażyna Szwat-Gyłybow Advisory Board: Janina Abramowska (Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań), Józef Bachórz (University of Gdańsk), Maria Delaperrière (Institut National des Langues et Civilisations Orientales (INALCO), Paryż), Luigi Marinelli (La Sapienza University, Roma), Heinrich Olschowsky (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin), Zofia Trojanowiczowa (Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań)

The journal is published by the Faculty of Polish Studies at University of Warsaw. "Prace Filologiczne" is intended to publish papers on Polish, Slavonic and general linguistics. The authors are associated with various academic centres both in Poland and abroad (Germany, Ukraine, Lithuania, Russia, Bulgaria, France, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Byelorussia, Slovenia, Slovakia, Croatia). The journal "Prace Filologiczne" [Philological Studies] is included in the ERIH List (European Reference Index for the Humanities).