journal of the Institute for Bulgarian Language
Journal „Balgarski ezik“
Balgarski ezik is published by The Bulgarian Language Institute at The Bulgarian Academy of Sciences since 1951. For a quarter of a century its Editor-in-chief has been the prominent Bulgarian linguist Prof. L. Andreichin. Over the years the journal has become the international centre of publications on Bulgarian.
The journal’s articles and reports, published four times a year, provide authoritative work on wide range of linguistic themes covering phonetics, morphology, lexicology and syntax, both synchronically and diachronically. All materials are peer-reviewed and thus it becomes an adequate reflection of the methodological innovations of the members of the Institute and their most serious attainments. A valuable part of those publications is the Bulgarian linguistic bibliography complemented by the international work in the field.
Balgarski ezik offers scholarly answers to social needs concerning speech culture. It contains regular columns on arising questions and themes of language use and practice.
Being the centre of scholarly publishing in the field of Bulgarian language studies Balgarski ezik attracts authors from all universities of the country. The Editorial Council includes the most influential international scholars of Bulgarian who in their turn raise its prestige among experts in the field of Slavonic studies.