The experts of the Warsaw School of Applied Linguistics remain actively engaged in academic research and thus make a valuable contribution to the school’s academic development.
Language and Literary Studies of Warsaw Language and Literary Studies of Warsaw (previously, The Linguistic Academy Journal of Interdisciplinary Language Studies) is conceived as a peer reviewed yearly scholarly journal which aims to offer a cross section of articles on and about languages, literatures, and cultures. We stand by our original plan to be interdisciplinary in nature and to present papers written by Polish and international scholars. Our journal is characterized by its bilingual nature: articles are accepted in Polish and English - with abstracts provided in both languages – but the subject matter we intend to cover greatly exceeds the limits of the two languages and cultures.
- ISSN 2300-5726
International Centre of Anthropolinguistics And Terminology
The International Terminological and Anthropolinguistic Centre (ICAT) was created in 2017. Its head, professor Siergiej Grinev-Griniewicz, is a universally known expert who created a new branch of science known as anthropolinguistics. The ICAT focuses on terminological, theoretical and practical activities, anthropolinguistic activities and linguopolitological theoretical and practical activities. The courses, run in English, Russian or are based on the results of anthropolinguistic research of the Russian and Polish scientific school and terminological and linguopolitological research of the Russian scientific school.