DEAR CONTRIBUTORS!

The journal's editorial ethics is based on the Code of ethics for scientific publications, which was developed and approved by the Russian Committee on ethics for scientific publications (http://publicet.org/code), and the Russian Federation law "On copyright and related rights".

The New Philological Bulletin published under the name The Philological Journal in 2005 2007 issued by Institute for Philology and History, Russian State University for Humanities.

Cofounders: Ippolitovs Publishing House, Russian Scientific Research Institute of Cultural Heritage named after D.S. Likhachev, Tyumen State University, South Ural State University (National Research Institute).

Since 2009, the New Philological Bulletin is published 4 times a year. In 2015, it was included in the List of peer-reviewed scientific publications, where the main results of dissertations for the scientific degrees of a candidate and a doctor of sciences (the list of High Attestation Commission) should be published; in 2016  to the Web of Science (ESCI). Since November 2016, the New Philological Bulletin is on the Web of Science Collection, from July 2017 to the ERIH PLUS database:

The editorial board accepts scholar articles not published before and research and discussion materials related to the following spheres:

  • theory of literature, in particular, theoretical and historical poetics;
  • history of the world and Russian literature, in particular, literary comparative studies;
  • methodology of literary studies and methodology of literary education.

Today philological knowledge requires integration of fundamental and applied research. Applied research can no longer be carried out only with the use of ready methods, but the subject of research interest each time determines both the choice of methodology and the features of its application. But also fundamental research requires a reasoned presentation in interdisciplinary contexts.

In this case, in our journal fundamental importance is given to papers on the theory of literature. And along with classical historical and literary research, special attention is paid to monographic readings of individual literary masterpieces, narratological and comparative studies, as well as university education.

The purpose of the journal "The New Philological Bulletin" is to provide a high level of research on key fundamental questions of philology that would be in demand by representatives of related specialties and would enrich the research approaches of various humanities. However, "The New Philological Bulletin" does not become an interdisciplinary publication, but focuses primarily on the best traditions of Russian philology, which served in the twentieth century as a powerful resource for learning about culture and acquired significant international significance in this field. Philology as knowledge of the human world and the creation of culture is our target.

The following objectives of the journal follow from the goal:

  • selection and publication of articles recovering the potential of the best achievements of Russian philology of the twentieth century;
  • the development of topics that allow us to critically evaluate and use productively the legacy of Russian and world philology;
  • clarification of the boundaries and prospects of today philological knowledge in the study of various phenomena of literary work, correlated with social contexts;
  • the study of literature as kind of aesthetic activity and understanding of the historical laws of its development as part of the culture;
  • consideration of the contribution of literature to the formation of norms of cultural communication;
  • critical study of both philological and general research tools of the humanitarian knowledge within the limits of its correct and productive applicability.
  • acquaint the scientific community with the bright and promising achievements of today philological thought.

In compliance with the requirements of RINTS and Scopus bibliographic databases, the editorial board sets strict guidelines for formatting and reviewing the articles. Following manuscript formatting requirements is obligatory, otherwise the articles are sent back for revising and reworking.
Manuscripts are sent to the editorial board in Microsoft Word format with a .doc file extension.

The article is accompanied by:

  • a short information about the author in English and Russian (name, surname, academic degree, academic rank, place of employment, position, research sphere, e-mail);
  • English and Russian variants of the title;
  • a well-structured and exhaustive summary clearly describing the problems posed in the article, showing novelty of the approach to the topic and presenting main conclusions that the author draws;
  • key words.

The journal uses the method of double blind review: the reviewer does not know the authors name and the author does not know the reviewers name.
Members of the editorial board and experts not belonging to it and addressed if necessary review the article within a month. Grounding on the reviews and their own opinion on the manuscripts, the editor-in-chief and the editorial board make decisions about publishing the articles. The Senior Secretary informs the author of the editorial boards decision and sends the editors conclusion by e-mail. The reviews of the editorial boards members and expert specialists are not sent to the author.

We would like to remind you that responsibility for violating copyright and related rights and for publishing the article that has already been printed in another edition rests with the author and not with the editorial board. But if plagiarism or fake bibliographic references are found during reviewing, the editorial board retains the right to refuse to publish the article, and not to accept this authors other articles in future.

The editorial board invites all the interested colleagues in Russia and abroad to cooperate. The main language of the journal is Russian, but articles that are of special interest may be published in other major languages of the world philology.

The authors of the New Philological Bulletin have the opportunity to order DOI assignment to their articles from current and archival bulletins volumes. Please send applications to the editorial emails.DOI is automatically assigned to articles in newcoming volumes of the edition

DEAR CONTRIBUTORS!

The journal's editorial ethics is based on the Code of ethics for scientific publications, which was developed and approved by the Russian Committee on ethics for scientific publications (http://publicet.org/code), and the Russian Federation law "On copyright and related rights".

The New Philological Bulletin published under the name The Philological Journal in 2005 2007 issued by Institute for Philology and History, Russian State University for Humanities.

Cofounders: Ippolitovs Publishing House, Russian Scientific Research Institute of Cultural Heritage named after D.S. Likhachev, Tyumen State University, South Ural State University (National Research Institute).

Since 2009, the New Philological Bulletin is published 4 times a year. In 2015, it was included in the List of peer-reviewed scientific publications, where the main results of dissertations for the scientific degrees of a candidate and a doctor of sciences (the list of High Attestation Commission) should be published; in 2016  to the Web of Science (ESCI). Since November 2016, the New Philological Bulletin is on the Web of Science Collection, from July 2017 to the ERIH PLUS database:

The editorial board accepts scholar articles not published before and research and discussion materials related to the following spheres:

Today philological knowledge requires integration of fundamental and applied research. Applied research can no longer be carried out only with the use of ready methods, but the subject of research interest each time determines both the choice of methodology and the features of its application. But also fundamental research requires a reasoned presentation in interdisciplinary contexts.

In this case, in our journal fundamental importance is given to papers on the theory of literature. And along with classical historical and literary research, special attention is paid to monographic readings of individual literary masterpieces, narratological and comparative studies, as well as university education.

The purpose of the journal "The New Philological Bulletin" is to provide a high level of research on key fundamental questions of philology that would be in demand by representatives of related specialties and would enrich the research approaches of various humanities. However, "The New Philological Bulletin" does not become an interdisciplinary publication, but focuses primarily on the best traditions of Russian philology, which served in the twentieth century as a powerful resource for learning about culture and acquired significant international significance in this field. Philology as knowledge of the human world and the creation of culture is our target.

The following objectives of the journal follow from the goal:

In compliance with the requirements of RINTS and Scopus bibliographic databases, the editorial board sets strict guidelines for formatting and reviewing the articles. Following manuscript formatting requirements is obligatory, otherwise the articles are sent back for revising and reworking.
Manuscripts are sent to the editorial board in Microsoft Word format with a .doc file extension.

The article is accompanied by:

The journal uses the method of double blind review: the reviewer does not know the authors name and the author does not know the reviewers name.
Members of the editorial board and experts not belonging to it and addressed if necessary review the article within a month. Grounding on the reviews and their own opinion on the manuscripts, the editor-in-chief and the editorial board make decisions about publishing the articles. The Senior Secretary informs the author of the editorial boards decision and sends the editors conclusion by e-mail. The reviews of the editorial boards members and expert specialists are not sent to the author.

We would like to remind you that responsibility for violating copyright and related rights and for publishing the article that has already been printed in another edition rests with the author and not with the editorial board. But if plagiarism or fake bibliographic references are found during reviewing, the editorial board retains the right to refuse to publish the article, and not to accept this authors other articles in future.

The editorial board invites all the interested colleagues in Russia and abroad to cooperate. The main language of the journal is Russian, but articles that are of special interest may be published in other major languages of the world philology.

The authors of the New Philological Bulletin have the opportunity to order DOI assignment to their articles from current and archival bulletins volumes. Please send applications to the editorial emails.DOI is automatically assigned to articles in newcoming volumes of the edition