Studia Universitatis Petru Maior. Philologia is a scientific publication of the Philology Chair at Petru Maior University Tirgu Mures, the Faculty of Sciences and Letters.
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Starting in 2011, the journal appears biannually. Since the first publication in 2002, 9 issues have been published, containing academic studies and reviews that reflect the development of the most important phenomena in the Romanian, British, French or Italian Literature, Literary Criticism, Linguistics and Cultural Studies.
The editorial dynamics of the journal is convergent with the activity of the Modernity and Post-modernity in 20th Century Romanian Literature Research Center (accredited by the CNCSIS), as well as with the proceedings of the International Conference European Integration between Tradition and Modernity, hosted by Petru Maior University.
Studia Universitatis Petru Maior.Philologia is published by Editura Universităţii Petru Maior (Petru Maior University Publishing House) (also accredited by the CNCSIS).
The Executive Editor of the journal is Prof. Iulian Boldea, PhD, Dean of the Faculty of Sciences and Letters from Petru Maior University Tirgu-Mures and head of the Modernity and Postmodernity in 20th Century Romanian Literature Research Center. Prof. Iulian Boldea is also CNCSIS accredited assessor in the Commission for Social Sciences. During its nine years of publication, the journal has contributed to the drawing and development of scientific research at Petru Maior University in the field of Philology. A great number of studies and reviews generated by theoretical and applied research was published, more than 40 studies written by foreign contributors being published during the last three years. The editorial board is formed of prestigious members of the Romanian Academy, foreign and Romanian professors with remarkable reputation. Among the constant contributors are numerous personalities of Romanian and European culture, as well as professors and researchers from abroad.
Several issues of the journal were reviewed in Romanian and foreign cultural and scientific publications; at the same time, in our review columns we attempted to focus on the most significant innovations in the field of Philology. It must be emphasized that, by its rhythmicity, continuous presence in the actuality and by the massive propagation in Romania and abroad, our journal perpetually tries to be connected to the flux of the most relevant publications in the field. By the Research Center, the International Conference (see the separate section of the website) and by Studia Universitatis Petru Maior. Philologia, the Philology Chair at Petru Maior University seeks to disseminate and improve the existing creative and research potential.