Croatica is a scientific journal that publishes research on Croatian language, literature, and culture, as well as reviews and critiques of recent works published in these fields. It is the continuation of the journal of the same name launched in 1970 at the initiative of Ivo Frangeš at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences Institute of Literature and the Yugoslav Academy of Sciences and Arts' Literature and Theatre Studies Institute, which was published until 2000. After a pause of six years, at the initiative of professors Vinko Brešić and Cvjetko Milanja, it was relaunched under the name Nova Croatica in 2007; in 2013, the old name and numeration was returned. Dr. Mateo Žagar has served as editor-in-chief since 2016.
The magazines publishers are the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences' Department of Croatian Language and Literature, the Croatian Philological Society, and the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences' FF-Press.
Editorial office address: Department of Croatian Language and Literature, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Ivana Lučića 3, 10000 Zagreb, Croatia.
The journal is accessible here, and on the Ministry of Science's Hrčak portal.
Hrvatski was launched in 2003 in order to contribute to learning in Croatian language, literature, spoken and written expression, and media culture. It is published twice yearly. It is published by the Croatian Philological Society; its editor-in-chief is Dr. Vlado Pandžić.
The journal has two sections: 'Discussions and articles' and 'Reviews and ratings'. The first publishes unpublished original scientific papers, presentations from conferences, review papers, professional research papers, and presentations of practical experiences in the following areas: Croatian language teaching; scholastic and other approaches to studying and interpreting literature and its reception; theory and implementation of spoken and written expression; research on the interaction between media culture and the recipient (listener, viewer...), and especially how media culture affects youth.
Recent issues are available on the Hrčak portal.
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LAHOR: journal for Croatian as a native, second, and foreign language was launched in 2005 at the initiative of the Croatian Philological Society's Croatian Language Culture Department. In addition to Croatian studies research, its purpose is to present linguistic, socio-linguistic, and interdisciplinary research on the Croatian language and its linguistic development as a native and foreign or second language. Lahor is the only journal that systematically deals in Croatian as a foreign language, including the teaching of Croatian as a second language. Mastering the Croatian standard language (acquiring, learning) is another important topic of research in this journal.
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The first issue was published in 2006. The journal is published twice yearly. It is published by the Croatian Philological Society with the support of the Department of Croatian Language and Literature. The editor-in-chief is Dr. Zrinka Jelaska.
All previous issues are available on the Hrčak portal.
The Jat Croatian language student journal was launched at the University of Zagreb's Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in 2012; since then, it has been run as a project of the Skup Croatian Language Students Club. The intent of its founders was to create a space for critical dialogue where ideas could be exchanged and interact, encouraging students to broaden their knowledge beyond the borders of their study programmes and inspiring them to research topics that interest them.
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Journal issues are available on the Hrčak portal.