Editorial Board


prof. Joachim Ballweg (Heppenheim/IDS Mannheim), retired

prof. Ulrich Engel (Heppenheim/IDS Mannheim), retired

dr hab. Anna Małgorzewicz, prof. UWr (University of Wroclaw, Poland)





The tasks of the Editorial Board

The Editorial Board meets at least twice a year in order to approve the current issue of Studia Linguistica and to open the next one. The sessions are called by the Editor-in-Chief. The Board is responsible for approving the issues ready to be sent to the editors at the Publishing House, deciding on matters relating to publishing, and resolving doubts concerning e.g. differences in reviewers’ opinions or complex explanations of the authors in regard to reviewers’ opinions. The Board’s tasks include inviting new Reviewers and members to the Advisory Board. It is also the Board’s responsibility to monitor the quality of the journal.


Advisory Board and Reviewers

The members of the Advisory Board and the Reviewers are specialists from different fields of linguistics. Their task is to review the papers, monitor the quality of the journal, and help the editors of the journal in regard to content-related issues. The Head of the Editorial Board or any other member may put forward a proposal to appoint a new member of the Advisory Board or a new Reviewer. A short description of reasons for the appointment should be included in the proposal. The member is accepted to the Board by the simple majority of votes.



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