"Uzbek language and literature" journal published in 1958. The Journal was founded in 1958. Journal until today publishes articles on current topics of the Uzbek language and literature. The magazine is published every two months, during – 6 volume. The journal registered by Agency of Press and Information of the Uzbekistan in 19 October 2017 year. Certificate № 0053.
Purpose and functions: Covering scientific and controversial articles on the major theoretical issues and actual problems of linguistics, literature and folklore, the results of recent research on these subjects, the public of the students with new research and more.
Currently, the editor in chief is Doctor of Philology, professor Makhmudov Nizomiddin Mamadalievich.
Over the years, significantly strengthened the editorial board of the journal. Currently a member of the editorial board of 14 doctors, 4 associate professors.
By decision of the Presidium of the Higher Attestation Commission of the Republic of Uzbekistan magazine included in the list of peer-reviewed journals HAC.
The scope of the journal is very wide. The journal publishes articles of researchers of research institutes, institutions of higher education on various topics of the Uzbek language and literature.
Distribution Territory: Uzbekistan
Periodicity: Once every two months
Source of funding: subscription.
Size: 70x108 format, 128 pages.
Scope: Established by the number of subscribers.
Mahmudov Nizomiddin Mamadalievich
Date of Birth: January 9, 1951
Place of birth: Ferghana region
Director of the Uzbek Language, Literature and Folklore Institute (2010)
He defended his PhD dissertation in 1978, defended his Doctoral dissertation in 1984, and in 1988 he was given the title of Professor. In 1991 he was admitted to the Union of Writers of Uzbekistan.
Mahmudov Mahmudov works as a philologist on linguistics, literature, culture, spirituality and enlightenment. More than 50 of his 400 works published in these areas are separate books. 14 candidates of science and 4 doctors of science.
Awarded with the Dustlik Order (2018).
100060, Uzbekistan, Tashkent, Shahrisabz street, 5th street.
Requirements for the articles: the font Times New Roman, size 14, spacing 1.5, margins: 3 cm from the left, top and bottom 2 cm, right 1.5 cm.
Abstract and key words in Uzbek, Russian and English.
Name, surname and middle name of the author, academic degree and academic title, place of work, position.
Article to provide printed and electronic forms.
Attention should be paid to the wording of the problems, the validity of the material with the theoretical and methodological point of view, the reliability of sources, validity issues, conclusions, proposals and recommendations.
Volume of articles should be no less than 0.25 pp, that is no more than 8-10 pages.
The editors have the right to cut and edit the articles.
These articles are sent for review and are published only after receiving a positive review.