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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
  • Issue No. 2 (4)/2
  • Issue No. 1 (5)/3
  • Issue No. 2 (6)/3
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Short Description

"Philological forum" is a humanitarian journal for young scholars. It is an edition of the Faculty of Slavic Studies, Sofia University "St. Kliment Ohridski". The journal started in 2015 - a year after the First International Philological Forum for BA, MA and PhD students that was held in Sofia University. Its first editors were assist. prof. Veneta Savova, PhD, assoc. prof. Vladislav Milanov, PhD, assist. prof. Nadezhda Stoyanova, PhD, assist. prof. Aglaya Mavrova, PhD and assist. prof. Martin Stefanov, PhD. The second issue of 2016 marked different editorial strategy and editorial board. Assist. prof. Veneta Savova, PhD, assist. prof. Nadezhda Stoyanova, PhD, assist.prof. Aglaya Mavrova, PhD and asist. prof. Martin Stefanov, PhD are still editors of the journal. Part of the team and assistant editors are already the PhD students - Mariya Ruseva, Borislava Ivanova, Kristiyan Yanev (also a part-time teacher at Sofia University), Georgi Georgiev (also a part-time teacher at Sofia University), Velimira Bozhilova, Daniel Tomov, Yoanna Tsekova and Nikolay Genov. The artist of the journal is Petra Kerkenezova. From the second part of 2016 the issues are thematic, all the research papers are published after peer review. The journal is open to research by established scholars. There are also new permanent rubrics that show the interest of the young scholars in literary history and literary future: "A silent echo" (with publications of different literary texts that have been forgotten), "Travelling words" (a rubric for travel notes), "A wink and a yawn" (a rubric for critical comments on the old Bulgarian humorous journals). There are also a rubric for book reviews ("What we read") and a short chronicle ("It so happened that...").

 

Editorial board

assist. prof. Veneta Savova, PhD

assist. Prof. Nadezhda Stoyanova, PhD

assist. Prof. Aglaya Mavrova, PhD

assist. prof. Martin Stefanov, PhD