Neophilologica is an international journal of general and Romance linguistics.

We publish articles in the field of contemporary linguistics, from different perspectives and from different areas of linguistics, in particular Romance linguistics, including philosophy and epistemology of linguistics, methodology of linguistics, logical linguistics, cognitive linguistics, corpus linguistics, distributional linguistics, discourse analysis, comparative linguistics, semantics, pragmatics, syntax, morphology, phonology and phonetics, phraseology, translation, including computer-assisted translation, and many others.

Each of our volumes generally focuses on one specific topic, but at the same time, about half of the volume is devoted to various other analyses that relate to the current research of a particular author, both comparative or focused on one language, preferably Romance language.

The languages of publication are French, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese and English.