I'm glad to announce the creation of a new web page of quite an old journal, "Prace Komisji Neofilologicznej PAU": http://pau.krakow.pl/index.php/pl/wydawnictwo/strony-czasopism/prace-komisji-neofilologicznej-pau/o-czasopismie. At a rhythm of one volume a year, it presents essentially the papers presented during the monthly reunions of the Modern Languages Committee of the Polish Academy of Arts and Sciences (sometimes translated in English as Polish Academy of Learning).
Just to explain, Polska Akademia Umiejętności is one thing, and Polska Akademia Nauk (Polish Academy of Sciences) is another. The dualism of these institutions is essentially the result of Poland's troubled history. Polish Academy of Arts and Sciences continues the traditions of Cracovian Learned Society created in 1815 and the first Academy of Learning founded in 1871 in the Austrian Partition.
The Committee on Modern Languages in its present form exists since 1997/1998 and meets regularly since 1999, gathering mainly the scholars in German, French, English and Iberian literature connected to both Cracovian universities (the Jagiellonian one as well as a smaller institution, Pedagogical University of Cracow). This is a short tradition in a long history, marked by many ups and downs, yet I'm personally determined to keep it alive. I know the journal may appear as not very conspicuous among much more dynamic and colourful initiatives all around, but I feel in it the appeal of tradition in an ever-shifting academic landscape of a country where intellectual continuity had (has?) been continually under strain.