What is Linguistic Culturology?
Following the recent ongoing intensive research into many of the fundamental aspects of the complex relationship between language and culture, especially in Russia, the main object of study of linguistic culturology as a discipline in its own right has already come to be defined with sufficient clarity, particularly with regard to explicating culture in phrases, proverbs and other linguistic units. However, there is still a lot more to explore, both in terms of applying the already existing approaches to structural levels of language other than that of the word, phrase and proverb (paremia) as well as of suggesting and developing other original approaches for studying the cultural meanings of more extensive corpora of linguistic units and larger texts.
What is the aim of this website?
The aim of the website in Linguistic Culturology (http://lingvocult.uni-ruse.bg) at the University of Rousse, Bulgaria, is to be an open forum for those researchers and educators who are willing to present and discuss with like-minded people their work on various aspects of the language and culture integral.
What languages can writers use?
What are the expected outcomes of the ongoing scholarly discussion?
The open discussion will deepen and enhance the general awareness of language and culture as the best vehicles for storing and transmitting across millennia the basic truths about the human being.
How can you become a member?
Membership is on an ongoing basis and is attained by submitting a scholarly work that gets e-published.
How can writers get their works e-published?
What style/citation standard requirements should be followed?
Please follow the MLA or any other nationally or internationally accepted scholarly standard.
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