Linguistica Pragensia is a well-established Prague academic journal replacing the journal Philologica Pragensia. The journal aims to serve the interest in the Prague School in linguistics and to develop the methodology of functional structuralism. Contributions are not confined to Czech linguists but come from a wide range of linguists of international renown. Articles, book reviews and discussions are written in English, French, German, Italian or Spanish; abstracts of articles appear in English.More...
A special emphasis on theory as well as the continuation and development of the Prague School structuralist and functionalist tradition make SLOVO A SLOVESNOST the most significant Czech linguistic journal. The journal is also among the most important linguistic and semiotic journals in the Central European region. Oriented toward the presentation of local and Central European research as well as its significance in relation to international trends, it focuses on all areas of structural linguistics as well as issues of language variation, style and language cultivation (language planning), to name a few. It serves as the primary representative of Czech language studies among academic journals and is also widely read by scholars of Slavic studies abroad. Since its founding in 1935 by the Prague Linguistic Circle, SLOVO A SLOVESNOST has been published quarterly. Contributions include original articles, discussions and reviews of current Czech and international linguistic literature. The language of publication is Czech and occasionally other languages, in particular English. Articles for potential publication are subjected to an anonymous (“double-blind”) peer review process with at least two reviewers. Published articles are preceded by English abstracts, follow international citation norms and may include summaries in other foreign languages. SLOVO A SLOVESNOST is indexed/abstracted in Arts and Humanities Citation Index, Social SciSearch, Journal Citation Reports/ Social Sciences Edition, Scopus, Bibliographie Linguistique/ Linguistic Bibliography, MLA International Bibliography, The Year's Work of Modern Language Studies, Central European Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, Bibliografia Językoznawstwa Slawistycznego [Slavic Linguistics Bibliography], Bibliografie české lingvistiky [Czech Linguistics Bibliography].More...
Acta onomastica (formerly Onomastický zpravodaj), the only Czech onomastic journal in the Czech Republic, is highly appreciated by both Czech and foreign scientists. It was founded in 1960 by Vladimír Šmilauer and Jan Svoboda. At first, five volumes were published every year, at present only two volumes of ca. 300 pages are published yearly. The journal has a wide network of Czech and foreign contributors, both linguists and non-linguists. The original articles, reviews and reports published in Acta onomastica are related to all fields of research of proper names.More...
Naše řeč (Our Speech) is a refereed scientific journal devoted to Czech as a first language, founded in 1916. It offers essays primarily on contemporary Czech, but also considers its development, dealing with questions of Czech grammar, vocabulary, orthography and stylistics in a general sense as well as in the language of individual literary works. It devotes attention to the standard/literary variety of Czech in relation to other language forms. At its forefront are questions of Czech language cultivation and language cultivation in general and the consideration of the developmental dynamics of Czech, problems of usage, norms, and codification. The journal elaborates the discussion of contemporarily relevant linguistics topics.More...
The linguistics journal KORPUS – GRAMATIKA – AXIOLOGIE is a scientific
linguistic periodical which is considered to be neither narrowly specialized nor polythematic.
The journal is exclusively orientated toward the following research domains:
1) corpus-based research into Czech and other languages, with emphasis on
their grammatical structure, evaluation of linguistic forms, visà- vis textual
distribution, empirically grounded theories of the relationship between
,langue’ and ,parole’.
2) axiological aspects, in case of which submissions in the following areas will
be particularly valued:
• general and specific aspects of stylistic registers reflecting various cultural
backgrounds and functions in social interaction;
• theory of language culture and communication;
• the development of literary Czech, archaisms and neologisms;
• issues of acceptability and functional motivation in verbal communication;
• grammaticality of morphological or syntactic structures;
• language and style of literary texts;
• typology of linguistic errors in the text production.