Neuphilologische Mitteilungen (Bulletin of the Modern Language Society, ISSN 0028-3754) is a refereed journal published since 1899. It now has two issues per year. The journal is indexed in the Linguistic Bibliography, Linguistics Abstracts Online, the MLA International Bibliography, The Year’s Work in Modern Language Studies, and Ulrich's Web.
As of 2020 (vol. 121), Neuphilologische Mitteilungen will be published as an open-access e-journal via journal.fi, a journal management and publishing service provided by the Federation of Finnish Learned Societies at https://journal.fi/. Older volumes are available in electronic format through the EBSCO, JSTOR and CENGAGE databases with an embargo of one year. Older print volumes can be ordered from the Secretary (see below) for the price of 80 € (in Finland: 40 €).
The latest issue to come out is number 2 of volume 120 (2019).
Authors are requested to follow the guidelines for submissions outlined in the Instructions for Authors. Submissions should be sent to the Secretary (see below).
Peer review statement
All articles published in Neuphilologische Mitteilungen have been peer reviewed. Anonymised submissions are reviewed by two independent experts, and their reports are sent to the author.
The peer review documents are stored in the digital archives of the journal editors. For accepted submissions these include the article manuscript, the reviewers’ reports and the decision. For rejected submissions only the names of the authors and reviewers and the title of the submission are stored.
Submissions that fall outside the scope of the journal or fail in the initial quality screening do not enter the review process. In such cases the authors are informed directly that their article cannot be published in Neuphilologische Mitteilungen.
Prof. Päivi Pahta, English philology
Prof. Meri Larjavaara, Romance philology
Prof. Christopher Schmidt, German philology
Leena Kahlas-Tarkka (Helsingin yliopisto)
Matti Peikola (Turun yliopisto)
Minna Palander-Collin (Helsingin yliopisto)
Colette Moore (University of Washington)
Hendrik De Smet (KU Leuven)
Jarmo Korhonen (Helsingin yliopisto)
Irma Hyvärinen (Helsingin yliopisto)
Henrik Nikula (Turun yliopisto)
Albrecht Greule (Universität Regensburg)
Michael Prinz (Universität Zürich)
Leena Löfstedt (Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, University of California at Los Angeles)
Timo Riiho (Helsingin yliopisto)
Elina Suomela-Härmä (Helsingin yliopisto)
Martin Glessgen (Universität Zürich/Ecole pratique des hautes études)
Luis García Fernández (Universidad Complutense de Madrid)
Article contributions, publications for review, and orders for old print volumes should be sent to the Secretary:
Modern Language Society of Helsinki
PO Box 24 (Unioninkatu 40)
FIN-00014 University of Helsinki