Aim & Scope
Defining philology in its broadest sense, Romance Philology is broad and deep in its coverage: fields of enquiry include late Latin, the medieval literatures of the Romance languages, historical and general linguistics, and textual criticism. In recent years, particular emphasis has been placed on the development of the Romance languages in the Americas. Two issues are published each year, one in the autumn and one in the spring. In the half century of its publication, Romance Philology established an international reputation as one of the most prestigious journals dedicated to the linguistic history and medieval literature of the Romance languages.
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