Aims & Scope
RLJ is a journal devoted to the improvement and expansion of Russian teaching in the United States and beyond. It provides a forum where the following may be presented, elaborated, and discussed:
- recent advances in scholarship on Russian language teaching and learning
- recent advances in scholarship on the Russian language, including comparative and interdisciplinary research in Russian language, language policy, applied and theoretical linguistics
- information about the linguistic, social, political, and cultural landscape of Russian-speaking countries
- theoretically-grounded descriptions and evaluation of innovative curricular and approaches to teaching in Russian classrooms
- reports on experimental research results and/or empirically-based evaluations of teaching and learning.
Article contributions are expected to meet the highest standards of scholarly excellence, advance theoretical knowledge, and explore clearly stated and well supported implications for teaching. Russian Language Journal's particular focus is defined by linking the findings of research to teaching and learning in a variety of settings and on all educational levels.The languages of publication are Russian and English.