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Romanoslavica
Romanoslavica

Publishing House: Editura Universităţii din Bucureşti
Subject(s): History, Anthropology, Language studies, Language and Literature Studies, Foreign languages learning, Studies of Literature, Comparative Study of Literature, Western Slavic Languages, Eastern Slavic Languages, South Slavic Languages
Frequency: 4 issues
Print ISSN: 2537-4214
Online-ISSN: 0557-272X
Status: Active

  • 2017
  • Issue No. 1/LIII
  • Issue No. 4/LII
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Short Description

For more than 50 years the journal is being published annually, under the care of The Romanian Slavists' Association , of the Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures and of the Department of Russian Language and Literature within The Faculty of Foreign Languages and Literatures .

 

Till 2009 The „ Romanoslavica ” journal was coming out once a year. From 2010, at the same time with the enlargement of the editorial committee with professors belonging to scientific and university centres outside Romania (Moskow, Warsaw, Sofia, Chernivtsi ), the number of articles published in foreign languages increased considerably. In order to step up the periodical publication of our journal and to stimulate the young researchers' scientific work in the field of the Slav studies, the editorial board decided an annual appearance of „ Romanoslavica ” journal in 4 issues. Besides the fundamental and already established domains of interest (linguistics, literature, mentalities, history), the new series of the journal will include also monographic numbers on different themes.

The “Romanoslavica” philological journal is a constant and highly appreciated presence in the universe of the humanities. The fact that a considerable number of universities from Europe, North America, Canada and Japan requested its acquisition confirms the good reputation “Romanoslavica” journal has gained, in time and world wide, among the specialists in Slavic studies and comparative Slavic (Slavic-NonSlavic) studies.

For contributions, articles could be in any Slavic language (Bulgarian, Croatian, Czech, Polish, Russian, Serbian, Slovak, Slovene, Ukrainian), in Romanian, English, French and must contain work which has not been previously published. They are peer-reviewed and authors will be informed within two months of receipt of manuscripts whether these are accepted for publication. Authors are requested to submit their papers electronically.