The thematic scope of the journal includes: Romance linguistics and the history of Romance languages, problems of foreign language acquisition, research on the literature of Romance-speaking areas, translation theory. Finally, cultural research focused on the presentation of the intellectual and spiritual heritage of countries where Romance languages are used is a frequently undertaken issue. The undertaken topics are assumed to be more theoretical and research than descriptive or strictly factual. The next issues are published at the end of the quarter (March, June, September, December). According to the ERIH Plus database classification, the NAT category means a position between a journal with a local and an international scope.