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Publishing House: RussianStudiesHu
Subject(s): History, Language and Literature Studies
Frequency: 1 issues
Print ISSN: 2677-1640
Online-ISSN: 2677-0660
Status: Active

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Editorial board

The publication RussianStudiesHu is an online peer reviewed academic periodical on Russistics in a single volume per year which is constantly complemented with new publications in the course of the same year. Furthermore, in the subsequent year, the papers already accepted will also be published in print form as the yearbook of the periodical. This present volume is the very first such print edition. General Guidelines Papers are accepted in Hungarian, Russian and English. The site RussianStudiesHu does not accept previously published material in the same language. RussianStudiesHu welcomes all colleagues interested in any part of the Eastern Slavic, Russian and Soviet history (including their Hungarian and Eastern European aspects), who submit a scientific paper that observes the publication rules. Our ’guest special’ provides space for representatives of Russian Studies in the widest possible meaning of the term. Thus RussianStudiesHu seeks to provide a publication platform for authors from different research fields (history, liberal arts, social sciences, etc.) RussianStudiesHu does not prefer any ‘genre‘, method or trend in history writing, however, historiography stands at the centre of its founders’ scientific interest, research and publications. as an entity that maintains its website edition, print edition, and also provides disciplinary focus to the publications, was created in 2019 by Gábor Gyóni, Tamás Krausz, Bálint Mezei, and Gyula Szvák, staff members of the Russian Studies Centre, ‘the school of all Russian-related knowledge’ in Budapest nested under the Department of Eastern and Central European History and Historical Russistics at the Faculty of Humanities of Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE). Russian Studies Centre is the intellectual and legal heir of the Hungarian Institute for Russian Studies (dreamt up 30 years ago and founded in 1990) and the ELTE Centre for Russian Studies (founded in 1995 and later known as the Department of Historical Russistics). However, this site is not only ‘for’ or ‘about’ staff members. The page is designed to serve all colleagues interested in historical Russistics, not only as readers but also as co-creators, by providing online space and opportunities for publishing. The creators of, a new research website and online periodical RussianStudiesHu are delighted to welcome its readers! Gyula Szvák – Editor-in-chief