Faculty оf Humanities

Article Submission

Instructions to Authors (Formatting) ► ETHICAL STATEMENT [download] 1. Lyuboslovie accepts texts in Bulgarian, Russian, English and German. 2. The authors send in a separate file the following information in English: name, surname; title, degree; affiliation; email address. 3. The journal accepts texts according to the following criteria: articles – min. 5500 words – max. […]

Publication Ethics

In its publication policy Lyuboslovie, a journal issued by the Faculty of Humanities at Shumen University, observes the accepted international standards of publication ethics. The editorial board regards it as their inherent obligation to follow the rules defined in: COPE: http://publicationethics.org/resources/guidelines The rules of ethics apply to all participants in the publication process: authors and reviewers, […]

Blind Peer-review Process

In order to be approved for publication all submitted articles undergo a two-stage review process by experts in the respective areas. The articles are submitted anonymously. The information about the author(s) is sent in a separate file. Upon submission the Editor-in-chief is the first to review each manuscript in order to see if it meets […]

Editorial Board

Editor in chief: Assoc. prof. Svetlana Nedelcheva, PhD (Shumen University, Bulgaria) Members: Prof. Dr. Galin Tihanov (Queen Mary University of London, Great Britain) Prof. Dr. Hana Gladkova (Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic) Prof. Dr. Grażyna Szwat-Gyłybowa (University of Warsaw, Poland) Prof. Dr. Berrin Aksoy (Atilim University, Ankara, Turkey) Prof. Dr. Julia Dudasova (University of Presov, […]

Aims and Scope

Lyuboslovie is an annual double-peer reviewed international journal of humanities. Its main objective is to publish serious research studies in various areas of classical and modern literature and linguistics; history, ethnology and ethnography, sociology and political anthropology; visual arts, media and public communications. The documentary section in each issue includes memoirs, texts from archives, unpublished […]

Lyuboslovie

About Us Lyuboslovie is a journal of the Faculty of Humanities at Konstantin Preslavsky University of Shumen. It was first published in 1996. The idea belongs to assoc. prof. Nikolay Dimkov, who became its first editor in chief. At the beginning the journal is a repetition not only of the name of Fotinov’s prototype but […]

Dean’s Body

Празен Dean Assoc. Prof. Todor Raychev Todorov, PhD Office: Building 1, room 214 E-mail: fhn@shu.bg Office hours: 1st and 2nd week, Wednesday 10.00-12.00 Vice-Dean of Research, International Relations and Accreditation Assoc. Prof. Svetlana Yordanova Nedelcheva, PhD Office: Building 1, room 214 E-mail: fhn@shu.bg Office hours: 1st and 2nd week, Thursday from 14.00-16.00 Vice-Dean of Educational […]

Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree Programmes

BACHELOR’S DEGREE PROGRAMMES: Applied Linguistics (English and Russian) Methods of Teaching History and Geography Archeology History Theology Bulgarian Studies and Media Journalism and Advertisement Public Relations Russian Studies Methods of Teaching Bulgarian Language and Russian Language MASTER’S DEGREE PROGRAMMES: Country Studies Master Degree Programme (Graduates from Professional Bachelor`s Degree) MASTER’S  DEGREE PROGRAMMES (Post-BA or MA) Archeology  Master Degree Programme (Shumen) […]

Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree Programmes

BACHELOR’S DEGREE PROGRAMMES: Applied Linguistics (English and Russian) Methods of Teaching History and Geography Archeology History Theology Bulgarian Studies and Media Journalism and Advertisement Public Relations Russian Studies Methods of Teaching Bulgarian Language and Russian Language MASTER’S DEGREE PROGRAMMES: Country Studies Master Degree Programme (Graduates from Professional Bachelor`s Degree) MASTER’S  DEGREE PROGRAMMES (Post-BA or MA) Archeology  Master Degree Programme (Shumen) […]