Founding Institution: Lesya Ukrainka Volyn National University
Year established: 2018
Certificate of state registration: KB # 23226-13066 P issued on March, 22, 2018
Frequency of publication: 1 issue per year
Publication language: English
The journal "Research Trends in Modern Linguistics and Literature" is an international scholarly publication covering a wide range of topics in linguistics and literature research. The Editorial Board invites researchers to submit articles for consideration. The journal's mission is to promote research in the field of linguistics and literature and link Ukrainian publications to the international research and information domain to encourage the sharing of research findings. Its goal is to support researchers through the dissemination of information, research findings and practice. The activities of the Editorial Board are focused on the dissemination of the latest findings of Ukrainian and international linguistic research, including information on international cooperation, the organization of professional events, and cooperation of organisations engaging in research.
This journal facilitates the publication of original articles, reports of professional experience, comments, reviews, and reports on organised events.
We invite submissions relating to a wide range of languages, addressing the many and varied issues of linguistic science. Relevant topics include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Text and discourse studies
- Language and culture studies
- Terminology, lexicology, lexicography, linguistic anthropology
- The theory and practice of translation
- Cross-cultural communication
- Cognitive linguistics
- Communicative linguistics
- Corpus linguistics
- Applied linguistics
- Methodology of language teaching and learning
- Literature studies
The target audience includes researchers, academics, teachers, postgraduate and undergraduate students in language and literature faculties of higher educational establishments and other academic institutions.
Editor-in-chief: Alla Pavliuk, PhD in Philology, Lesya Ukrainka Volyn National University.
Editorial Office Address: Lesya Ukrainka Volyn National University, the Conversational English Department; office 415.