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Frequency: the journal is published bimonthly (6 issues a year).

The journal offers the best of current writing on all aspects of literary and linguistic studies, including discussions of fundamental philological works, review articles and chronicles, and transactions of the Division of Historical and Philological Studies of the RAS. One of the journal’s main sections is devoted to resurrection of undeservedly disregarded events from the history of philological scholarship in our country.

Izvestiia Rossiiskoi Akademii Nauk SERIIA LITERATURY I IAZYKA

 

Editor-In-Chief

Vadim V. Polonsky, Professor of the RAS, Doct. Sci. (Philol.), The A.M. Gorky Institute of World Literature of the RAS, Moscow

Editorial board

Nikolai N. Kazansky, Academician of the RAS, The Institute of Linguistic Studies of the RAS, St. Petersburg,

Alexander B. Kudelin, Academician of the RAS, The A.M. Gorky Institute of World Literature of the RAS, Moscow,

Alexander M. Moldovan, Academician of the RAS, The V.V. Vinogradov Russian Language Institute of the RAS, Moscow,

Vladimir A. Plungian, Academician of the RAS,  The Institute of Linguistics of the RAS, Moscow,

Svetlana M. Tolstaya, Academician of the RAS,  The Institute for Slavic Studies of the RAS, Moscow,

Vsevolod Ye. Bagno, Correspondent Member of the RAS, The Institute of Russian Literature of the RAS, St. Petersburg,

Yury L. Vorotnikov, Correspondent Member of the RAS, The V.V. Vinogradov Russian Language Institute of the RAS, Moscow,

Anna V. Dybo, Correspondent Member of the RAS, The Institute of Linguistics of the RAS, Moscow,

Aleksei I. Zherebin, Doct. Sci. (Philol.), The A.I. Herzen Russian State Pedagogical University, St. Petersburg, Tatiyana G. Ivanova, Doct. Sci. (Philol.), Moscow,

Leonid P. Krysin, Doct. Sci. (Philol.) (Deputy Editor-In-Chief), The V.V. Vinogradov Russian Language Institute of the RAS, Moscow,

Elena V. Haltrin-Khalturina, Doct. Sci. (Philol.), The A.M. Gorky Institute of World Literature of the RAS, Moscow,

Professor Henryk Baran (the USA), Professor Marcello Garzaniti (Italy, The University of Florence),

Professor Alexander Stroev (France, l’Université Sorbonne Nouvelle Paris 3),

Professor Herd Hentschel (Germany), Professor Cheng Tiu (China),

Sergei I. Gindin, Cand. Sci. (Philol.), Russian State University for the Humanities, Moscow 

Alexander M. Gurevitch, Cand. Sci. (Philol.), Moscow,

Vladimir L. Korovin, Doct. Sci. (Philol.) (Scholarly Editor), The M.V. Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow,

Alexander Ch. Piperski (Assistant Editor), Higher School of Economics, Moscow

Olga I. Lukashenko (Managing Editor)

 

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The Bulletin of the Russian Academy of Sciences: Studies in Literature and Language (Izvestiya RAN. Seriya literatury i yazyka, further abbreviated as B_RAS.LL), founded in 1852 by Academician Izmail I. Sreznevsky, is the oldest academic journal in Russia for scholars of philology. As the official journal of the Division of Historical and Philological Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences (in Russian, ОИФН РАН), B_RAS.LL is committed to carrying on the Russian philological traditions while seeking to publish innovative research.

The journal offers the best of current writing on all aspects of literary and linguistic studies, including discussions of fundamental philological works, review articles and chronicles, and transactions of the Division of Historical and Philological Studies of the RAS. One of the journal’s main sections is devoted to resurrection of undeservedly disregarded events from the history of philological scholarship in our country.

Among B_RAS.LL’s contributors there are Academicians and correspondent members of the Russian Academy of Sciences, researches from academic institutes, many internationally recognized scholars from Moscow, Saint Petersburg, different Russian regions, as well as eminent scholars from other countries.

We accept articles in Russian.

 Frequency: the journal is published bimonthly (6 issues a year).

 Subjects: Literature and Language, Linguistics, History of Russian and World Literature, Literary Theory, Folklore Studies, Aspects of History of Art.

 Subscription is available at any post office of the “Russian Post” (catalogue index 70354). Single issues are not currently available for sale.

 Publication history: 1852– present

 ISSN: 0321-1711