We publish texts on all problems and various theoretical approaches in Romance and general linguistics, both theoretical, including, among others, philosophy and epistemology of linguistics, and applied, including, among others, translation and computer-assisted translation, both comparative and focused on a single language, preferably Romance. The languages of publication are French, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese and English.
Each of our volumes generally focuses on one specific topic, but at the same time, about half of the volume is devoted to various other analyses that relate to the current research of a particular author, both comparative or focused on one language, preferably Romance language.
All texts are reviewed in a double-blind peer-review system. For detailed information on publication policies and article preparation, please see the Reviewing Procedure and Manuscript Submissions Neophilologica.us.edu.pl website tabs.
Journal is indexed by
MLA International Bibliography, European Reference Index for the Humanities Plus (ERIH+), EBSCO Essentials, Bielefeld Academic Search Engine (BASE)