Baltic accent


The journal " Baltic accent"  is a quarterly peer-reviewed journal of the Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University. It publishes articles and reviews related to linguistics, philology, literature, and translation studies. The journal welcomes contributions on the analysis of different types of discourse, communication, dynamic processes of constructing and reconstructing meaning, linguistic theories and research methods from a broad range of areas of language science.

The main aim of the journal is to familiarize readers with the already existing concepts, to critically reflect on the current theory and practice of linguistic research and to stimulate debate between authors and a wider linguistic community.

The methodological basis of the journal is the unique experience of Russian linguistics and its significant contribution to world science.  “ Baltic accent” is the first and, so far, the only journal in Russia focusing on transdisciplinary and interdisciplinary linguistic, social, historical, and cultural research. Apart from regular multidisciplinary issues, the journal publishes thematic issues devoted to acute and debatable problems of linguistic research. It is an open platform for discussing prospects and potential growth points of knowledge in new paradigmatic dimensions of Russian and international language science.

The journal promotes international cooperation in research, uniting scientists from different countries, different fields of science and academic schools. The journal enhances research cooperation between academia of the Baltic region, which has long been a meeting place for languages and cultures.

Indexing: Web of Science (Russian Science Citation Index) since 2019, Russian Index of Science Citation Core.

In 2019 the journal is included in the new list of VAK journals recommended for publishing research results of doctoral and post-doctoral theses in six fields of science:

10.01.01 - Russian literature (Philology);

10.01.03 – World literature (Philology);

10.01.08 - Theory of Literature. Text studies (Philology);

10.02.01 - Russian language (Philology);

10.02.19 - Theory of Language (Philology);

10.02.20 - Comparative-historical typological and comparative linguistics (Philology).

Publication policy

The journal welcomes only previously unpublished manuscripts. By submitting an article to the journal authors take upon themselves the obligation not to publish the manuscript either in full or in part in any other media without the permission of the Editorial Board.

Copyright information

Authors retain their copyright without any limitation. If the author wants to re-use the work, a detailed reference to the original publication in the “ Baltic accent” should be provided.

All articles are subject to the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

 " Baltic accent" provides open access to its full-text issues.


All articles published in the Baltic accent journal have undergone peer review and upon acceptance are immediately and permanently free for everyone to read and download.

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The Editorial Board of the journal implements the policy of zero tolerance to plagiarism.

All submitted manuscripts are screened by plagiarism detection software.