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Colloquia Humanistica
Colloquia Humanistica

Publishing House: Instytut Slawistyki Polskiej Akademii Nauk
Subject(s): History, Social Sciences
Frequency: 1 issues
Print ISSN: 2081-6774
Online-ISSN: 2392-2419
Status: Active

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Short Description

The journal Colloquia Humanistica was founded as an interdisciplinary annual forum for discussion between researchers, who represent different fields of the humanities. Each issue is centred around different main theme, presented from diverse perspectives. This reflects our awareness of the value of cooperation between various disciplines of the humanities. Thus, we can paint a comprehensive picture of the subject matter. We seek to ensure the consistent Academic standards of the texts by entrusting the editorial duties to scholars of high standing. Every main theme is inspired by cultural studies and devoted particularly to issues that were previously marginalised or dominated by one ideological stance. We focus on topics most often overlooked by so-called official culture inconvenient for national narratives, or treated instrumentally therein. We invite cooperation and contributions from scholars representing cultural studies, linguists, historians, ethnologists, philosophers, and others.

Colloquia Humanistica is not strictly confined to the area of Slavic cultures or the Balkans; while Slavic and Balkan themes will appear in the journal, they only serve as an illustration for broader issues in the humanities. It is the intention of our annual to promote regular discussion on various biases and stereotypes: cultural, national, as well as academic. For that reason, an important place in the journal is reserved for the section called “Materials”, where we present literary and historical inedita, as well as texts translated into Polish for the first time. The journal is published in English, with “Materials” in Polish translation, preceded by English introductions.

We hope that the new Colloquia Humanistica will attain high scholarly standards. At the same time, we would like the journal to host animated discussions on various topics, not in the sense of swift reactions to short-lived sensationalism but by offering constant support to the scholarly exchange of ideas in the form of: debates, arguments, creative discussions; as opposed to biased expositions approaching issues from the singular point of view of a specific ideology. In other words: we would like it to be a “Colloquium”.

The journal is published in open access and is indexed in databases including Scopus, Emerging Sources Citation Index (Clarivate Analytics) and European Reference Index for the Humanities Plus (ERIH Plus). Points awarded for publication according to the List of scholarly journals and peer-reviewed international conference materials, issued by the Ministry of Education and Science, Republic of Poland: 70.

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