April 13, 2013

New Journal on Slavic Languages and Cultures

From http://linguistlist.org/issues/24/24-1530.html

The Institute for Slavic Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences (Moscow) has launched a peer-reviewed journal dedicated to aspects of Slavic philology and neighbouring fields (traditionally the Institute has been doing research not only on Slavic, but also on Baltic and Balkan philology, as well as looking on Slavic in a broader areal and typological context).

The journal publishes papers in Russian, in Slavic and in the major European languages (such as English and German). We hope that the journal will become a forum of interaction and mutual enrichment of the Russian, East European and Western philological traditions. The journal will come out in two issues per year both in hard copies and online.

The web page of the journal is http://www.slovene.ru

Two first issues are available online (for free).

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