Happy New Year!

Posted: 31.12.2021

The editorial board of the Russian Journal of Linguistics would like to thank all those who have been with us in 2021 and contributed to the success of the journal.

We are most grateful to our authors, reviewers and readers and look forward to our further fruitful cooperation.

We wish you all a very happy festive season and a healthy, peaceful and successful New Year!

Conversations with readers and authors. Seminar 4

Posted: 17.12.2021

The Russian Journal of Linguistics is organizing a series of webinars involving authors and readers, to promote an exchange of views on the topics of the articles presented in recent issue/s.

Seminar 4. The Russian Language Maintenance and Language Contacts of Post‐Soviet Immigrants in Europe and Beyond

We invite our readers to discuss the publications in the Special Issue of the Russian Journal of Linguistics on this topic. Registration form: forms.gle.

RJL wins “The Best Practice In Journal Publishing” Award

Posted: 21.11.2021

Dear colleagues,

We are happy to announce that Russian Journal of Linguistics has won “The Best Practice In Journal Publishing” Award. This award is a joint nomination of Elsevier and the ASEP.


The forum “Trends in the development of Social Sciences and Humanities: global challenges and best Russian practices” organized by Elsevier and State Academic University for the Humanities, was held in the Central House of Science of the Russian Academy of Sciences on October 21.

Editor in chief, professor Tatiana Latina was awarded with Diploma for “The Best Practice in Journal Publishing” by the president of ASEP Olga Kirillova.

Conversations with readers and authors. Seminar 3

Posted: 19.10.2021

The Russian Journal of Linguistics is organizing a series of webinars involving authors and readers, to promote an exchange of views on the topics of the articles presented in recent issue/s. 

Seminar 3. Emotionalisation of Media Discourse

We invite our readers to discuss the publications in the Special Issue of the Russian Journal of Linguistics on this topic.

Registration form: forms.gle.

The Russian Journal of Linguistics has achieved Q1 ranking in Scopus!

Posted: 15.07.2021

Scimago Journal & Country Rank We are grateful to our authors, reviewers and readers for their continuing support.
This is our joint success.
We could not have done it without you, and we look forward to more progress together in the near future.

“Conversations with Readers and Authors-2” Recording

Posted: 06.07.2021

On 06/29/2021, the Russian Journal of Linguistics held its second on-line webinar, “Conversations with Readers and Authors-2”.

We discussed the recently published Special Issue dedicated to last December’s QS Summit on Modern Languages and Linguistics hosted by RUDN University, with the title “Languages and Migration in the Context of Globalization.”

Participants in the summit, Barbara Lewandowska-Tomaszczyk (Poland), Klaudia Bednárová-Gibová (Slovakia), Atefeh Rezanejad (Iran) and Maria Yelenevskaya (Israel), presented their articles. The seminar was hosted by editor-in-chief Tatiana Larina and member of the editorial board Douglas Ponton, who also acted as discussant. Russian and foreign scholars and young researchers attending the seminar participated in an enthusiastic discussion.

Conversations with readers and authors. Seminar 2

Posted: 24.06.2021

The Russian Journal of Linguistics is organizing a series of webinars involving authors and readers, to promote an exchange of views on the topics of the articles presented in recent issue/s. 

Seminar 2. “QS Subject Focus Summit 2020 on Modern Languages and Linguistics: Languages and migration in a globalized world” 

We invite our readers to discuss publications by the participants of this summit in the Special Issue of the Russian Journal of Linguistics. 

Registration form: forms.gle.

SEVEN ESSENTIAL MESSAGES FOR THE TIME OF THE CORONAVIRUS (Anna Wierzbicka)

Posted: 05.05.2020

Dear authors and readers of our journal,

We thank everyone who, at this difficult time of corona virus pandemic , continues to work and share their thoughts and ideas, including those related to problems that go beyond the field of linguistics.
Using her Natural Semantic Metalanguage method, which allows thoughts to be accurately conveyed in all languages ​​of the world, Anna Wierzbicka has found simple, transparent words – words that can be understood and taken in instantaneously, by anyone – to help us cope with difficulties, find new goals and stay positive.

Professor Ponton Public Lecture

Posted: 06.11.2019

On November 15, 2019 RUDN University welcomes Professor Douglas Mark Ponton.

Douglas Mark Ponton is Professor at University of Catania (Italy), member of editorial board of Russian Journal of Linguistics.

Research Interests: Pragmatics, Semantics, Discourse Analysis.

Professor Ponton will present a public lecture at Foreign Languages Department, Faculty of Philology.

15:00 -16:00

(Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, lecture hall 541)

The formation of popular opinion: Media representation of Russia

Registration is required: https://forms.gle/W7puC8CNUqKP7LJ86

Professor Gunther Senft Public Lecture

Posted: 06.11.2019

On November 13, 2019 RUDN University welcomes Professor Gunter Senft

Gunter Senft is a senior investigator at the Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics in Nijmegen (The Netherlands) and extraordinary professor of general linguistics at the University of Cologne (Germany). He has been studying the language and the culture of the Trobriand Islanders of Papua New Guinea since 1982 and conducted field research on the Trobriand Islands for 45 months during 16 long- and short-term field-trips between 1982 and 2012.

Research interests: Austronesian and Papuan languages, anthropological linguistics, pragmatics, semantics, the interface between language, culture, and cognition, the conceptualization of space and spatial reference, serial verb constructions and systems of nominal classification. Among his publications figure more than 150 articles in journals, handbooks and anthologies and 20 books.

Gunter Senft will present a public lecture at Foreign Languages Department, Faculty of Philology

15:00 -16:00

(Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, lecture hall 528)

 

"... to grasp the native's point of view ..." - A plea for a holistic documentation of the Trobriand Islanders' language, culture and cognition

Registration is required: https://forms.gle/giuKTNhqSusg3zRD8

Manuscript submission

Posted: 26.09.2019

Dear colleagues!

Due to large number of requests received by the RJL editorial board regarding the terms for reviewing procedures, we repost the following information:

Manuscript submission for numbers 3-4 2019, 1-2020 was closed in february 2019. Thus, reviewing of papers, received after February will start in October-November 2019. The reviewing period is 2-5 months, depending on the workload of the Anonymous Expert Council.

 

Thank you for understanding!

Manuscript submission

Posted: 26.09.2019

Dear colleagues!

Due to large number of requests received by the RJL editorial board regarding the terms for reviewing procedures, we repost the following information:

Manuscript submission for numbers 3-4 2019, 1-2020 was closed in february 2019. Thus, reviewing of papers, received after February will start in October-November 2019. The reviewing period is 2-5 months, depending on the workload of the Anonymous Expert Council.

 

Thank you for understanding!

IV Firsova Reading

Posted: 26.06.2019

Dear colleagues,

Information on international conference "IV Firsova Reading: Language in Modern Discourse Practices" is available by the following link: f-ch.org

 

Hope to see you in RUDN University!

Conference

Posted: 10.06.2019

The International Conference “Global Migration Trends 2020: Security, Healthcare and Integration” was passed on June 4-5, 2019. This Conference was organized by IMLICaM in RUDN (People`s Friendship University of Russia).

 

The Conference is a forum for the development of international humanitarian dialogue in the field of migration together with the exchange of the experience of the expert and research activity on the study of migration processes in the Eurasian space.

 

As part of the plenary session and conference sections a wide range of migration-related issues was considered:

 

  • Global trends and challenges of modern migration processes in Eurasia
  • Migration turbulence: legal regulation at the national level. The role and potential of a Global Migration Treaty in Eurasia
  • Multiculturalism and multilingualism: best practices of organizing reception and adaptation of various migrants’ categories
  • Cooperation of state authorities and civil society institutions in the migration management Migration as a challenge for national healthcare systems
  • Efficient integration of migrant children as a factor of long-term social stability
  • Politics and mass-media: the created effects for migration

 

The event passed with the expert support of the Council of Europe with the participation of specialized professionals from member states of the European Union and CIS.

 

 

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Conference

Posted: 10.06.2019

The International Conference “Global Migration Trends 2020: Security, Healthcare and Integration” was passed on June 4-5, 2019. This Conference was organized by IMLICaM in RUDN (People`s Friendship University of Russia).

 

The Conference is a forum for the development of international humanitarian dialogue in the field of migration together with the exchange of the experience of the expert and research activity on the study of migration processes in the Eurasian space.

 

As part of the plenary session and conference sections a wide range of migration-related issues was considered:

 

  • Global trends and challenges of modern migration processes in Eurasia
  • Migration turbulence: legal regulation at the national level. The role and potential of a Global Migration Treaty in Eurasia
  • Multiculturalism and multilingualism: best practices of organizing reception and adaptation of various migrants’ categories
  • Cooperation of state authorities and civil society institutions in the migration management Migration as a challenge for national healthcare systems
  • Efficient integration of migrant children as a factor of long-term social stability
  • Politics and mass-media: the created effects for migration

 

The event was passed with the expert support of the Council of Europe with the participation of specialized professionals from member states of the European Union and CIS.

 

 

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QS World University Rankings

Posted: 01.03.2019

Deer Colleagues! 
RUDN University stars at QS World University Rankings by Subject 2019: “Modern Languages” (151-200) and “Linguistics” (251-300). 
We congratulate and thank RUDN staff across these disciplines who have collectively contributed to this great result.

 

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