Purpose and thematic scope of the journal

The objective of “Poznańskie Studia Slawistyczne” (“Poznan Slavic Studies”) is to publish research results related to Slavonic and Balkan studies in the broadest sense, addressed to all the Polish and foreign experts and admirers of the Slavonic and Balkan cultures. The journal publishes papers on philology (literature and language), folklore, anthropology, culture, historiography, religion and sociology that present multifaceted, interdisciplinary and often comparative approaches and deal with various issues of the Slavonic heritage.

Each issue of the journal is devoted to a different subject matter and run by a different thematic editor. Main themes of each issue aim to answer current challenges of humanities. The journal's leading discipline is literature studies, but monographic issues also embrace linguistics, culture, history, art history, religion or sociology. Therefore, we present intercultural and interdisciplinary research, representing various methodologies and research perspectives. The share of texts going beyond literary studies varies depending on the leading theme of a given issue. For example: issue no. 3 Spell, invocation, counterspell. Magical power of words in slavic folklore) is devoted to anthropology and folklore studies, issue no. 10 (Relation State Church in history and culture) is dominated by a historical and cultural perspective, and issue no. 13 (Form and function in Slavic languages and texts of culture) is interdisciplinary in nature. It includes theoretical and historical literary considerations, translation, linguistics, art history (painting, film, architecture).

Papers that do not strictly match the monographic theme of a given issue but are somehow related to it are published in the section entitled Wokół tematu (Around the theme). Papers that go beyond the subject matter of the issue, but touch upon issues important for Slavonic studies and are worthy of publication, can be found in the section entitledPoza tematem (Beyond the theme). We also include review articles and polemics, which do not have to be in line with the main theme of the issue. However, the main part of the journal is devoted to the main theme of each issue.

The journal strives to expand the space for dialogue between cultures and contributes to deepening scientific reflection on literature, languages and history, as well anthropological and aesthetic categories that define the Slavic culture of the past and present. It inspires discussion and polemics that help redefine the objectives and directions of the development of Slavic studies, that now more than ever before take into account the cultural perspective, and that need to answer many questions arising from the constantly changing reality of the Slavic world.

Review process

Articles submitted for publication in “Poznańskie Studia Slawistyczne” (“Poznan Slavic Studies”) are reviewed in the following way:

  1. Editorial review - the paper is read by the thematic editor of the issue, the editor-in-chief or deputy editor-in-chief and a selected member of the Scientific Council. After a positive assessment by the editor, the paper is submitted for external review.
  2. The editor reserves the right to reject papers and shorten texts that do not meet the editorial requirements included in the author guidelines.
  3. In order to evaluate each article, the editorial board shall appoint two independent reviewers from outside the editorial board, the entity issuing the journal, and also from outside the author's academic centre. The articles are addressed to high-class specialists in the given field who know the language of publication. We ask reviewers to provide their evaluation within three weeks.
  4. For texts by foreign authors, at least one of the reviewers is affiliated with a foreign institution outside the country in which the author is affiliated.
  5. The Journal's Editorial Board makes sure the review procedure is free from any kind of conflict of interest.
  6. Two negative reviews result in the rejection of the article.
  7. In case of conflicting opinions of reviewers, the article may be referred to a third reviewer or to a member of the Scientific Council (together with both reviews). The decision to publish or reject an article may also be taken by the editor-in-chief after consultation with the thematic editor, the deputy editor or without further consultation.
  8. The review is presented in written form and clearly states whether the paper should be sent to print without any changes, printed after corrections or rejected. It is communicated to the editorial board (in its entirety and kept confidential) and provided to the author (the part intended for the author).
  9. Most often, the author is asked to return the corrected text within three weeks of receiving the review that calls for changes to be made.

The rules of reviewing articles submitted for publication in “Poznańskie Studia Slawistyczne”  are consistent with the guidelines of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education, ethical rules and good practices.

The reviewing of texts takes place in accordance with the double-blind review process, recommended by the Ministry, allowing to maintain the anonymity of the author and the reviewer.

Review articles are also submit for review.

Review forms available for download: polski, English, český, hrvatski, cрпски, български, македонски, русский, українськa, Formularz recenzji artykułu recenzyjnego (review form).

 

The list of reviewers is published at the end of each calendar year.

 

By sending an article to the editorial board of Poznańskie Studia Slawistyczne, the Author agrees to the review process adopted in the journal, as well as with the rules of professional conduct

 

By sending an article for publication, the author also declares that the work is original and that he or she has unlimited copyright (personal and economic) to the work submitted for publication (this also applies to appendixes: illustrations, charts, etc.), which are then transferred to “Poznańskie Studia Slawistyczne”.

In case of co-authorship, it is necessary to send a statement on the percentage share of individual authors. The statement can be downloaded from the journal's website. 

Open Access Policy

The journal provides immediate and open access to all its contents, in accordance with the assumption that an unlimited access to research facilitates and stimulates the global development of science and exchange of knowledge. The editors encourage authors to place their articles published by the journal in open repositories (after the review or final publisher's version) by providing a link to journal's website and article's DOI number.

Ethical rules

High scientific and ethical standards in the publication process are a priority for the editorial team. They follow the principles set out by COPE (Committee on Publication Ethics) and apply to members of the editorial board, scientific council, authors, reviewers and publishers of the journal.

Ethical rules applicable to the editorial team 

The editors of the journal, in cooperation with the international scientific council, conduct an initial evaluation and selection of the articles submitted by the authors. Only original, linguistically and methodologically correct materials are accepted to further stages of the publishing process. If the article receives a negative preliminary assessment of the editorial team, it is not sent to review and print. The editorial team notifies the author of its decision in writing. A text that has not been accepted for publication may be stored in the journal's archives, accompanied by an appropriate note, but in no way may it be used without the author's consent. In the case of a positive initial opinion of the editorial team, the article is sent for review by two independent reviewers - the review procedure is confidential and follows the double-blind review process. The author is informed in writing of the results of all assessments (that of the editors and both reviewers).

At all stages of the review process of the materials received, the editors and the reviewers take into account substantive and linguistic criteria only. The editorial team does not formulate assessments of a personal nature, referring to the nationality, religion or gender of the authors. The editorial team guarantees the authors the opportunity to get acquainted with the full content of the review, while keeping it confidential.

In order to ensure the originality and high quality of published articles, the journal refers to the most up-to-date evaluation procedures and to the CrossCheck system. CrossCheck is a project submitted by CrossRef and iThenticate to provide professional assistance in preventing the publication of copyright infringing works and other academic misconduct. CrossCheck provides high quality tools to compare documents with the world's largest database of scientific materials from various sources, from numerous publishers. Works with improper citations or plagiarisms will be rejected by the editorial office, and violations of copyright or good scientific practice will be reported to the management of the institutions employing the author.

Ethical rules applicable to authors

Authors submitting a paper for printing are responsible for its quality and originality. Any form of scientific misconduct (e.g. quoting other authors’ works without a proper reference, not revealing the authorship or assistance from research funding institutions) will result in the rejection of the article by the editors. It is also the responsibility of the author to ensure that the proposed article has never been printed in an identical form before. If the paper presents a modified version of an older publication, this should be clearly indicated when the article is sent to the editors.
 The editorial team has the right to decide whether or not to publish the paper. In case of a positive decision, the paper will be accompanied by information about the place and form of the first publication.

Collective works submitted for publishing must be accompanied by information about the actual number of authors, the authors' affiliation, as well as their contribution to the work (i.e. information about the author of each part of the work, the theses, the methodology, etc.). The author is also obliged to provide, where relevant, information about the sources of financing of the paper, the contribution of scientific and research institutions and associations, or other entities. The main responsibility for the accuracy of this information lies with the author submitting the text. In the case of a multi-author work, each article should be accompanied by a handwritten signed statement of the author that he/she agrees with the content of the work and guarantees the robustness of the paper.

The editorial team is obliged to remind that ghostwriting (hiding a significant contribution of another author to the paper) and guest authorship or honorary authorship (claiming the authorship of a person whose contribution to the work was insignificant or non-existent) are considered to be manifestations of scientific unreliability, and any such cases will be exposed. In order to avoid such cases in “Poznańskie Studia Slawistyczne”, the editorial team kindly asks all potential authors to honestly disclose the actual contribution to the publication (including affiliations and the type of the contribution, i.e. information about who is the author of the concepts, assumptions, methods, etc. used in the preparation of the publication). We would also like to inform that the main responsibility lies with the author submitting the manuscript.

The editorial team will document every form of scientific misconduct, especially breaking and violating of ethical rules applied in science.

The article is submitted for publication via the Open Journal System of the Adam Mickiewicz University, see). This allows for immediate archiving of the original text file, which will be submitted to two external reviewers after the editorial decision is taken. The Open Journal System of Adam Mickiewicz University also allows for the archiving of subsequent versions of papers (taking into account, for example, the comments of reviewers or corrections made by the author). This guarantees transparency of the publishing process and eliminates potential errors (e.g. resulting from an inappropriate file being sent for publication). 

Ethical rules applicable to reviewers

The review procedure is compliant with the requirements of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education, published in the guide Dobre praktyki w procedurach recenzyjnych w nauce (Good Practices in Review Procedures in Science).

The reviewer shall not be called upon to review the article if there is any suspicion of a conflict of interest that arises, for example, from cooperation or other relationships between the reviewer and the author.

The reviewer is obliged to issue a substantive opinion on the article submitted. The opinion may not contain comments of a personal nature or value judgements not justified by substantive arguments. The reviewer's assessment should include answers to questions asked in the reviewer's form (the editorial team is responsible for submitting the form to the reviewer - the form can be also downloaded from the the journal's website on the Open Journal System of Adam Mickiewicz University).  The review must end with a clear conclusion - positive or negative - regarding the publication of the article under review. In the event of divergent or contradictory opinions of the reviewers, the editorial team shall appoint a third reviewer or ask for an evaluation of a scientific journal member specialising in a given field. An expert review obtained as a result of such a procedure shall be binding on the editorial team.

Review forms with the signature of the reviewers and the date of their completion are placed in the archive of the journal.

The reviewer shall not use the evaluated articles or their fragments for his or her own purposes without the written consent of the author.

 

Reviewers

Recenzenci 2019

Prof. Antoaneta Alipieva (Belgrade University, Serbia)
Ass. prof. Natka Badurina (University of Udine, Italy)
Ass. prof. dr. Ljiljana Banjanin (University of Turin, Italy)
Prof. Dalibor Blažina (University of Zagreb, Croatia)
Prof. Irena Bogoczova (University of Ostrava, Czech Republic)
Doc. PhD Zrinka Božić Blanuša (University of Zagreb, Croatia)
Prof. Tihomir Brajović (University of Belgrad, Serbia)
Prof. Giovanna Brogi (University of Milan, Italy)
Ass. Prof. Grzegorz Bubak (Jagiellonian University, Poland)
Prof. Petar Bunjak (University of Belgrad, Serbia)
Prof. Andrea Ceccherelli (University of Bologna, Italy)
PhD Vesna Cidilko (Humboldt University of Berlin, Germany)
Doc. PhD Đurđica Čilić Škeljo (University of Zagreb, Croatia)
Prof. Barbara Czapik-Lityńska (Silesian University, Poland)
Ass. Prof. Maciej Czerwiński (Jagiellonian University, Poland)
Ass. Prof. Elena Daradanova (University of Sofia, Bulgaria)
Prof. Mieczysław Dąbrowski (University of Warsaw, Poland)
Doc. PhD Dejan Durić (University of Rijeka, Croatia)
Prof. Dubravka Đurić (Singidunum University, Belgrade, Serbia)
Ass. Prof. Magdalena Dyras (Jagiellonian University, Poland)
PhD Elisa-Maria Hiemer (Herder Institute in Marburg, Germany)
Prof. Jiří Holý (Charles University in Prague, Czech Republik)
Prof. Klimentina Ivanova (Bulgarian Academy of Science, Sofia, Bulgaria)
PhD. Renata Jambrešić Kirin (Institute of Ethnology and Folklore Research in Zagreb, Croatia)
Ass. Prof. Agnieszka Janiec-Nyitrai (Eötvös Loránd University in Budapest, Hungary)
Prof. Francisco Javier Juez Galvez (Complutense University of Madrid, Spain)
Prof. Tatjana Jukić (University of Zagreb, Croatia)
Prof. Wojciech Kalaga (emeritus, Silesian University, Poland)
Prof. Peter Káša (University of Prešov, Slovakia)
PhD Jovana Knezevic (Stanford University, USA)
Ass. Prof. Adam Kola (Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń, Poland)
Doc. PhD Maša Kolanović (University of Zagreb, Croatia)
PhD Bartłomiej Krupa (Polish Academy of Science, Warsaw, Poland)
Ass. Prof. Miranda Levanat Peričić (University of Zadar, Croatia)
Prof. Slawomir Magala (Erasmus University Rotterdam, Holland/Jagiellonian University/ University of Warsaw, Poland)
Prof. Iva Malková (University of Ostrava, Czech Republic)
Ass. Prof. Leszek Małczak (Silesian University, Poland)
PhD Davor Marijan (Croatian Institute of History, Zagreb, Croatia)
Ass. Prof. Libor Martinek (University of Wrocław, Poland)
Ass. Prof. Agnieszka G. Matusiak (University of Wrocław, Poland)
Prof. Perina Meić (Univerity of Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina)
PhD Chiara Mengozzi (Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic)
PhD Goran Miloradović (Institute for Contemporary History in Belgrade, Serbia)
Prof. Zoran Milutinović (University College London, UK)
Doc PhD. Wirginia Mirosławska (University of Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria)
PhD Anna Modelska-Kwaśniowska (University of Opole, Poland)
Ass. Prof. Lilla Moroz-Grzelak (Polish Academy of Science, Warsaw, Poland)
Ass. Prof. Sanela Nikolić (University of Arts, Belgrad, Serbia)
Ass. Prof. Aicja Nowak (Jagiellonian University, Poland)
Ass. Prof. Sylwia Nowak-Bajcar (Jagiellonian University, Poland)
PhD Mila Orlić (University of Rijeka, Croatia)
Prof. Žarko Paić (University of Zagreb, Croatia)
Prof. Vjekoslav Perica (University of Minnesota Twin Cities, Minneapolis, USA / University of Rijeka, Croatia)
Prof. Helena Peričić (University of Zadar, Croatia)
Ass. Prof. Kristina Peternai Andrić (Josip Juraj Strossmayer University of Osijek, Croatia)
PhD Ana Petrov (Singidunum University of Belgrade, Serbia)
Ass. Prof. Krystyna Płachcińska (Univerity of Lodz, Poland)
Prof. Tanja Popović (University of Belgrade, Serbia)
Dr. Ranka Primorac (University of Southampton, UK)
Ass. Prof. Artur Rejter (Silesian University, Poland)
Prof. Helena Sablić Tomić (Academy of Arts and Culture in Osijek, Croatia)
Ass. Prof. dr hab. Maciej Tramer (Silesian University, Poland)
Prof. Gabriella Schubert (Friedrich-Schiller-University in Jena, Germany)
Ass. Prof. Lucyna Spyrka (Silesian University, Poland)
Ass. Prof. Saša Šmulja (University of Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina)
Dr. Ana Šverko (Institut of Art History, Zagreb, Croatia)
PhD Lenka Ulična (Palacky University, Czech Republic)
Prof. Larysa Vakhnina (The Rylsky Institute of Art Studies, Folklore and Ethnology, Ukraine)
PhD Anastasia Vekshina (Polish Culture Centre in Moscow, Russia)
PhD Aida Vidan (Harvard University, USA)
Prof. Tvrtko Vuković (University of Zagreb, Croatia)
PhD Dorota Żygadło-Czopnik (University of Wrocław, Poland)

Reviewers 2018
Prof. Vadym Adadurow (Ukrainian Catholic University, Ukraine)
Prof. Damir Agičić (University of Zagreb, Croatia)
Ass. Prof. Mirjana Arežina (University of Banja Luka)
Prof. Oleh Beley (University of Wrocław)
Dr hab. Magdalena Bogusławska (University of Warsaw)
PhD Natalia Bondar (V .I. Vernadsky National Library of Ukraine)
Prof. Urszula Cierniak (Jan Dlugosz University in Czestochowa)
Prof. Joanna Czaplińska (University of Opole)
Prof. Ivan Czarota (Belarusian State Uniwersity, Belarus)
Prof. Iliana Chekova (Sofia University St. Kliment Ohridski, Bulgaria)
Doc. PhDr. Ivana Čornejová, CSc (Charles Univerity, Czech Republik)
Prof. Zbigniew Darasz (University of Warsaw)
Prof. Cristiano Diddi (University of Salerno, Italia)
Prof. Ján Doruľa (Slovak Academy of Sciences, Slovakia)
Prof. Davor Dukić (University of Zagreb, Croatia)
Prof. Małgorzata Durbas (Jan Dlugosz University in Czestochowa)
Doc. PhD Dejan Durić (University of Rijeka, Croatia)
Doc. PhD Olena Dzjuba-Pogrebnjak (Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Ukraine)
PhD Ewelina Drzewiecka (Bulgarian Academy of Science, Sofia/ The Institute of Slavic Studies, Polish Academy of Sciences)
Doc. PhD Moris Fadel (New Bulgarian University, Sofia)
PhD Maciej Falski (University of Warsaw)
Prof. Dunja Fališevac (University of Zagreb, Croatia)
Prof. Predrag Finci (emeritus, London)
Prof. Joanna Goszczyńska (The Institute of Slavic Studies, Polish Academy of Sciences)
Prof. Margareta Grigorowa (University of Veliko Turnovo St Cyril and St. Methodius, Bulgaria)
PhD Dimitrina Hamze (University of Plovdiv Paisii Hilendarski, Bulgaria)
Prof. Klimentina Ivanova (Bulgarian Academy of Science, Sofia)
Prof. Zdenka Janeković Rӧmer (Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Dubrovnik)
Prof. Bohumil Jiroušek (University of South Bohemia in České Budějovice, Czech Republic)
Doc. PhD Petr Kaleta (Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic)
Prof. Panayot Karagyozov (Sofia University St. Kliment Ohridski, Bulgaria)
Prof. Irina Koczan (Ivan Franko National University of Lviv, Ukraine)
Prof. Siergiej Kowalow (Maria Curie-Skłodowska University in Lublin)
Prof. Michał Kuran (University of Lodz)
Prof. Denka Krystewa (Shumen University “Bishop Konstantin of Preslav”, Bulgaria)
Phd Sanja Lazarević Radak (Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Belgrade)
Prof. Ljubka Lipczewa-Prandżewa (University of Plovdiv Paisii Hilendarski, Bulgaria)
Dr hab. Beata Lorens (University of Rzeszów
Dr Radosław Łazarz (National Academy of Theatre Arts, Wrocław)
Ph.D. Roman Madecki (Masaryk University of Brno)
Dr hab. Leszek Małczak (University of Silesia in Katowice)
Ass. Prof. Čedomila Marinković (University of Belgrade, Serbia)
Prof. Heinz Miklas (University of Vienna, Austria)
Prof. Margarita Mladenova ( Sofia University St. Kliment Ohridski, Bulgaria)
Dr hab. Igor Nabytowycz (Maria Curie-Skłodowska University in Lublin
Prof. Aleksander Naumow (Ca’Foscari University of Venice, Italia)
Dr hab. Alicja Nowak (Jagiellonian University)
Prof. Patrycjusz Pająk (University of Warsaw)
Dr hab. Ivan Petrov (University of Lodz)
Ass. Prof. Lahorka Plejić Poje (University of Zagreb, Croatia)
PhDr. Alena Přibáňová (Institute of Czech Literature of the CAS)
PhD Wojciech Sajkowski (Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań)
Prof. Małgorzata Sadlik (Pedagogical University, Cracow)
Prof. Boris Senker (University of Zagreb, Croatia)
Dr hab. Małgorzata Skowronek (University of Lodz
Prof. Marie Sobotková (Palacký University Olomouc, Czech Republic)
Dr hab. Danuta Sosnowska (University of Warsaw)
Prof. Maria Spasova (University of Veliko Turnovo St Cyril and St. Methodius, Bulgaria)
Prof. Krassimir Stantchev (Roma Tre University, Italia)
Doc. PhD Ana Stoykova (Bulgarian Academy of Science, Sofia)
Dr hab. Jan Stradomski (Jagiellonian University)
Prof. Jolanta Sujecka (University of Warsaw)
PhD Daria Syroid (Ukrainian Catholic University, Ukraine)
Prof. Lora Taseva (Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Institute for Balkan Studies, Sofia)
Prof. Sergejus Temčinas (Institute of the Lithuanian Language in Vilnius, Lithuania)
Dr hab. Piotr Ugniewski (University of Warsaw)
Prof. Ljudmila Vasiljeva (Ivan Franko National University of Lviv, Ukraine)
Prof. Miloslav Vojtech (Comenius University in Bratislava, Slovakia)
Prof. Vassja Velinova (Centre for Slavo-Byzantine Studies „Prof. Ivan Dujčev”, Sofia)
Prof. Mateo Žagar (University of Zagreb, Croatia)
Prof. Peter Ženiuch (Slovak Academy of Sciences, Slovakia)
PhD Dorota Żygadło-Czopnik (University of Wrocław)

Reviewers 2017
Prof. Stefano Aloe (University of Verona, Italy)
Dr. Štĕpán Balík (University of South Bohemia in České Budĕjovice, Czech Republic)
Dr. Stanislava (Vujnović) Barać (Institute for Literature and Arts, Beograd, Serbia)
Prof. dr. Muris Bajramović (University of Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina)
Prof. dr. hab. Anna Bednarczyk (Univeristy of Łódź, Poland)
Prof. dr. sc. Branimir Belaj (Josip Juraj Strossmayer University of Osijek, Croatia)
Dr. Olga Vladislavovna Belova (Russian Academy of Sciences)
Dr. Agnieszka Będkowska-Kopczyk (University of Graz, Austria)
Dr. Ljiljana Blagojević (bez afiliacji)
Dr. Marta Buczek (University of Silesia in Katowice, Poland)
Doc. dr. Ani Burova (Sofia University „St. Kliment Ohridski”, Bulgaria)
Assoc. prof. dr. hab. Joanna Czaplińska (University of Opole, Poland)
Prof. dr. sc. Lada Čale Feldman (University of Zagreb, Croatia)
Prof. dr. Nikos Chausidis (Ss. Cyril & Methodius University in Skopje/Institute for History of Art and Archaeology, Skopje, Macedonia)
Dr. hab. Maciej Czerwiński (Jagiellonian University in Kraków, Poland)
Doc. dr. sc. Dejan Durić (University of Rijeka, Croatia)
Dr. hab. Magdalena Dyras (Jagiellonian University in Kraków, Poland)
Dr. hab. Leszek Engelking (University of Lodz, Poland)
Dr. Maciej Falski (University of Warsaw, Poland)
Prof. dr. hab. Piotr Fast (University of Silesia in Katowice, Poland)
Prof. dr. hab. Grzegorz Gazda (University of Lodz, Poland)
Doc. dr. Borislav Georgijev (New Bulgarian University, Bulgaria)
Prof. dr. sc. Nikica Gilić (University of Zagreb, Croatia)
Prof. dr. Jens Herlth (University of Fribourg, Switzerland)
Prof. Jiří Holý (Charles University in Prague, Republika Czeska)
Dr. hab. Leszek Hońdo (Jagiellonian University in Kraków, Poland)
Prof. Reinhard Ibler (Justus Liebig University in Giessen, Germany)
Prof. Lászlo Kálmán Nagy (University of Debrecen, Hungary)
PhDr. Ivan Kamenec (Comenius University in Bratislava, Slovakia)
Dr. Emilia Kledzik (Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, Poland)
Dr. Anna Katarzyna Kobylińska (University of Warsaw, Poland)
Prof. dr. Bogdan Kosanović, emeritus (University of Novi Sad, Serbia)
Dr. Katarzyna Kotyńska (Polish Academy of Sciences/ Jagiellonian University in Kraków, Poland)
Prof. dr. Marie Krčmová, CSc., emeritus (Masaryk University of Brno, Czech Republik)
Dr. Bartłomiej Krupa (Polish Academy of Sciences, Polska)
Doc. PhDr. Naděžda Lindovská (Academy of Performing Arts, Bratislava, Slovakia)
Prof. dr. hab. Krzysztof Loska (Jagiellonian University in Kraków, Poland)
Prof. dr. sc. Julija Lozzi Barković (University of Rijeka, Croatia)
Prof. dr. hab. Viara Maldijeva (Nicolaus Copernicus University in Torun, Poland)
Dr. hab. Leszek Małczak (University of Silesia in Katowice, Poland)
Prof. dr. Srđan Marković (University of Niš, Serbia)
Prof. dr. Lidija Merenik (University of Belgrade, Serbia)
Dr. hab. Piotr Michałowski (University of Szczecin, Poland)
Assoc. prof. dr. sc. Aleksandar Mijatović (University of Rijeka, Croatia)
Prof. dr. hab. Lech Miodyński (University of Silesia in Katowice, Poland)
Dr. Jerzy Molas (University of Warsaw, Poland)
Dr. hab. Lilla Moroz-Grzelak (Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, Poland)
Dr. hab. Sylwia Nowak-Bajcar (Jagiellonian Univerity in Kraków, Poland)
Prof. dr. hab. Ryszard Nycz ((Jagiellonian Univerity in Kraków, Poland / Polish Academy of Sciences)
Dr. Andreas Ohme (University of Greifswald, Germany)
Assoc. prof. dr. hab. Alina Orłowska (Maria Curie-Skłodowska University, Lublin, Poland)
Prof. dr. sc. Žarko Paić (University of Zagreb, Croatia)
Dr. hab. Patrycjusz Pająk (University of Warsaw, Poland)
Assoc. prof. dr. hab. Anna Paszkiewicz (University of Wrocław, Poland)
Dr. hab. Artur Pełka (University of Lodz, Poland)
Assoc. prof. dr. sc. Kristina Peternai Andrić (Josip Juraj Strossmayer University of Osijek, Croatia)
Doc. dr. sc. Tatjana Pišković (University of Zagreb, Croatia)
Doc. dr. Olivera Radulović (Univeristy of Novi Sad, Serbia)
Prof. dr. Tatjana Radanović Felberg (Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences, Høgskolen i Oslo og Akershus, Norway)
Prof. dr. Ljubinko Radenković (Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts)
Dr. Vincenc Rajšp (Slovenski znanstveni institut na Dunaju/Slowenisches Institut in Wien, Austria)
Prof. dr. Ljupco S. Risteski (Institute of Ethnology and Anthropology /
Ss. Cyril and Methodius University in Skopje, Macedonia)
Dr. hab. Magdalena Saryusz-Wolska (University of Lodz, Poland)
Prof. dr. Svenka Savić, emeritus (University of Novi Sad, Serbia)
Prof. dr. hab. Ludwig Selimski, emeritus (University of Silesia in Katowice, Poland)
Dr. Klavdia Smola (University of Greifswald, Germany)
Dr. hab. Elżbieta Solak (Jagiellonian University in Kraków, Poland)
Dr. hab. Lucyna Spyrka (University of Silesia in Katowice, Poland)
Doc. dr. ph. Hana Srpová, CSc, (University of Ostrava, Czech Republik)
Prof. dr. Petra Stankovska (University of Ljubljana, Slovenia)
Dr. Vladimir Stevanović (Singidunum University, Beograd, Serbia)
Prof. dr. Bojana Stojanović Pantović (University of Novi Sad, Serbia)
Doc. dr. Ana Stojkova (Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia)
Dr. Beata Śniecikowska (Polish Academy of Sciences)
Prof. dr. sc. Ljiljana Šarić (University of Oslo, Norway)
Assoc. prof. dr. sc. Karin Šerman (University of Zagreb, Croatia)
Prof. dr. Miodrag Šuvaković (Singidunum University, Belgrade, Serbia)
Prof. Sergejus Temčinas Institute of the Lithuanian Language, Vilnius, Lithuania)
Prof. dr. Anja Tippner (University of Hamburg, Germany)
Doc. dr. Ivo Topalilov (Constantine of Preslav University of Shumen, Bulgaria)
Assoc. prof. dr. hab. Maciej Tramer (University of Silesia in Katowice, Poland)
Prof. dr. sc. Josip Užarević (University of Zagreb, Croatia)
Doc. dr. Inga Vidugirytė (Vilnius University, Lithuania)
Assoc. prof. dr. sc. Jasmina Vojvodić (University of Zagreb, Croatia)
PhDr., CSc. Monika Vrzgulova (Slovak Academy of Sciences in Bratislava, Slovakia)

Reviewers (2011–2016)
Prof. Irina Adelgejm (Rosyjska Akademia Nauk, Petresburg, Rosja)
Prof. Damir Agičić (Uniwersytet w Zagrzebiu, Chorwacja)
Prof. Nina Anastasova-Škrinjarik’ (Uniwersytet św. Cyryla i Metodego w Skopje, Macedonia)
Prof. Stefania Andrusiw (Katolicki Uniwersytet Lubelski im. Jana Pawła II, Lublin, Polska)
Prof. Czesław Andruszko (Uniwersytet im. Adama Mickiewicza w Poznaniu, Polska)
Prof. Nikola Aretov (Bułgarska Akademia Nauk, Sofia, Bułgaria)
Prof. Kalina Bachneva (Uniwersytet św. Klemensa Ochrydzkiego w Sofii, Bułgaria)
Prof. Krešimir Bagić (Uniwersytet w Zagrzebiu, Chorwacja)
Prof. Janusz Barański (Uniwersytet Jagielloński w Krakowie, Polska)
Doc. Hana Bednaříková (Uniwersytet im. T.G. Masaryka w Brnie, Czechy)
Prof. Irina Betko (Uniwersytet Warmińsko-Mazurski w Olsztynie, Polska)
Prof. Lovorka Magaš Bilandžić (Uniwersytet w Zagrzebiu, Chorwacja)
Prof. Vladimir Biti (Uniwersytet w Wiedniu, Austria)
Prof. Stjepan Blažetin (Uniwersytet w Peču, Pécs, Węgry)
Prof. Dalibor Blažina (Uniwersytet w Zagrzebiu, Chorwacja)
Prof. Grażyna Bobilewicz (Polska Akademia Nauk, Warszawa, Polska)
Dr hab. Robert Bońkowski (Uniwersytet Śląski w Katowicach, Polska)
Prof. Grażyna Borkowska (Polska Akademia Nauk, Polska)
Prof. Dragan Bošković (Uniwersytet w Kragujevacu,Serbia)
Prof. Stipe Botica (Uniwersytet w Zagrzebiu, Chorwacja)
Prof. Tihomir Brajović (Uniwersytet w Belgradzie, Serbia)
Prof. Vinko Brešić (Uniwersytet w Zagrzebiu, Chorwacja)
Prof. Ewa Bujwid-Kurek (Uniwersytet Jagielloński w Krakowie, Polska)
Dr Renata Putzlacher-Buchtová (Uniwersytet im. T.G. Masaryka w Brnie, Czechy)
Prof. Petar Bunjak (Uniwersytet w Belgradzie, Serbia)
Prof. Wojciech Józef Burszta (Uniwersytet im. Adama Mickiewicza w Poznaniu, Polska)
Prof. Margarita Buzalkovska-Aleksova (Uniwersytet św. Cyryla i Metodego w Skopje, Macedonia)
Dr hab. Anna Car (Uniwersytet Jagielloński w Krakowie, Polska)
Prof. Maria Cichońska (Uniwersytet Śląski w Katowicach, Polska)
Prof. Lidija Cvikić (Uniwersytet w Zagrzebiu, Chorwacja)
Prof. Barbara Czapik-Lityńska (Uniwersytet Śląski w Katowicach, Polska)
Prof. Joanna Czaplińska (Uniwersytet Opolski, Polska)
Nikos Čausidis (Uniwersytet św. Cyryla i Metodego w Skopje; Macedonia)
Dr Ivan Čolović (Serbia)
Prof. Sava Damjanov (Uniwersytet w Belgradzie, Serbia)
Prof. Zdzisław Darasz (Uniwersytet Warszawski, Polska)
Prof. Nadiezda Aleksandrowna Darbanowa (Buriacki Uniwersytet Państwowy, Ułan-Ude, Rosja)
Prof. Maria Dąbrowska-Partyka (Uniwersytet Jagielloński w Krakowie, Polska)
Prof. Ajdačić Dejan (Biblioteka im. Swetozara Markowicza w Belgradzie, Serbia)
Prof. Lidija Delić (Uniwersytet w Belgradzie, Serbia)
Prof. Biljana Dojčinović (Uniwersytet w Belgradzie, Serbia)
Prof. Mirosław Dymarski (Uniwersytet Wrocławski, Polska)
Dr hab. Magdalena Dyras (Uniwersytet Jagielloński w Krakowie, Polska)
Prof. Dubravka Đurić (Universytet Singidunum, Belgrad)
Prof. Radoslav Eraković (Uniwersytet w Nowym Sadzie, Serbia)
Dr Maciej Falski (Uniwersytet Warszawski, Polska)
Prof. Adam Fałowski (Uniwersytet Jagielloński w Krakowie, Polska)
Prof. (Uniwersytet Śląski w Katowicach, Polska)
Dr Natalia Aleksandrovna Fateeva (Rosyjska Akademia Nauk, Petersburg, Rosja)
Prof. Jerzy Fiećko (Uniwersytet im. Adama Mickiewicza w Poznaniu, Polska)
Prof. Emir O. Filipović (Uniwersytet w Sarajewie, Bośnia i Hercegowina)
Prof. Lubow Florak (Uniwersytet Marii Curie-Skłodowskiej w Lublinie, Polska)
Prof. Sibelan Forrester (Swarthmore College, USA)
Doc. Nina Gagowa (Bułgarska Akademia Nauk, Sofia, Bułgaria)
Prof. Dorota Gil (Uniwersytet Jagielloński w Krakowie, Polska)
Prof. Ewa Guderian-Czaplińska (Uniwersytet im. Adama Mickiewicza w Poznaniu, Polska)
Prof. Elżbieta Hałas (Uniwersytet Warszawski, Polska)
Prof. Marijana Hameršak (Uniwersytet w Zagrzebiu, Chorwacja)
Prof. Marek Hendrykowski (Uniwersytet im. Adama Mickiewicza w Poznaniu, Polska)
Prof. Miran Hladnik (Uniwersytet w Lublanie, Słowenia)
Prof. Hajrudin Hromadžić (Uniwersytet w Rijece, Chorwacja)
Prof. Inga Iwasiów (Uniwersytet Szczeciński, Polska)
Prof. Katica Ivanković (Uniwersytet w Zagrzebiu, Chorwacja)
Prof. Nenad Ivić (Uniwersytet w Zagrzebiu, Chorwacja)
Prof. Agnieszka Izdebska (Uniwersytet Łódzki, Polska)
Prof. Renata Jambrešić Kirin (Uniwersytet w Zagrzebiu, Chorwacja)
Prof. Halina Janaszek-Ivaničková (Mazowiecka Wyższa Szkoła Humanistyczno-Pedagogiczna w Łowiczu, Polska)
Prof. Celina Juda (Uniwersytet Jagielloński w Krakowie, Polska)
Prof. Sanja Jukić (Uniwersytet w Zagrzebiu, Chorwacja)
Prof. Tatjana Jukić Gregurić (Uniwersytet w Zagrzebiu, Chorwacja)
Prof. Slaven Jurić (Uniwersytet w Zagrzebiu, Chorwacja)
Prof. Krystyna Kardyni-Pelikanová (Uniwersytet im. T.G. Masaryka w Brnie, Czechy)
Prof. Vladimir Karadžoski (Uniwersytet św Klemensa z Ochrydy w Bitoli, Prilep, Macedonia)
Prof. Adam Waldemar Koseski (Akademia Humanistyczna im. Aleksandra Gieysztora w Pułtusku, Polska)
Prof. Zlatko Kramarić (Ambasador Republiki Chorwacji w Macedonii, Skopje)
Prof. dr hab. Ewa Kraskowska (Uniwersytet im. Adama Mickiewicza w Poznaniu, Polska)
Prof. Irena Kraševac (Uniwersytet w Zagrzebiu, Chorwacja)
Prof. Agata Krzychyłkiewicz (UNISA, Uniwersytet Południowej Afryki, Uniwersytet Republika Południowej Afryki)
Prof. Katarzyna Kuczyńska-Koschany (Uniwersytet im. Adama Mickiewicza w Poznaniu, Polska)
Doc. Jiří Kudrnáč (Uniwersytet im. T.G. Masaryka w Brnie, Czechy)
Prof. Alicja Kusiak-Brownstein (Uniwersytet w Michigan, USA)
Prof. Andrzej de Lazari (Uniwersytet Łódzki, Polska)
Prof. Anna Legeżyńska (Uniwersytet im. Adama Mickiewicza w Poznaniu, Polska)
Prof. Branko S. Letić (Uniwersytet we Wschodnim Sarajewie, Pale, Bośnia i Hercegowina)
Prof. Ljubka Lipčeva-Prandževa (Uniwersytet w Wiedniu, Austria)
Dr hab. Marcin Lubaś (Uniwersytet Jagielloński w Krakowie, Polska)
Dr Eli Lučeska (Uniwersytet św Klemensa z Ochrydy w Bitoli, Prilep, Macedonia)
Prof. Stjepan Lukač (Węgry) Budimpešta, 1088 Budapest, Múzeum krt 4-6.
Dr Roman Madecki (Uniwersytet im. T.G. Masaryka w Brnie, Czechy)
Prof. Izabella Malej (Uniwersytet Wrocławski, Polska)
Prof. Dariusz Cezary Maleszyński (Uniwersytet im. Adama Mickiewicza w Poznaniu, Polska)
Dr hab. Leszek Małczak (Uniwersytet Śląski w Katowicach, Polska)
Prof. Dušan Marinković (Uniwersytet w Nowym Sadzie, Chorwacja)
Prof. Suzana Marjanić (Uniwersytet w Zagrzebiu, Chorwacja)
Prof. Julijana Matanović (Uniwersytet w Zagrzebiu, Chorwacja)
Prof. Agnieszka Matusiak (Uniwersytet Wrocławski, Polska)
Doc. Zdeňká Matyušova (Południowoczeski Uniwersytet w Czeskich Budziejowicach, Czechy)
Prof. Perina Meić (Uniwersytet w Mostarze, Bośnia i Hercegowina)
Prof. Lech Miodyński (Uniwersytet Śląski w Katowicach, Polska)
Prof. Mirjana Mirčevska (Uniwersytet św. Cyryla i Metodego w Skopje, Macedonia)
Prof. Aleksander Naumow (Uniwersytet Ca' Foscari, Wenecja, Włochy)
Prof. Krešimir Nemec (Uniwersytet w Zagrzebiu, Chorwacja)
Prof. Stanisława Niebrzegowska-Bartmińska (Uniwersytet im. Marii Curie-Skłodowskiej w Lublinie, Polska)
Prof. Sanja Nikčević (Akademia Artystyczna w Osijeku, Chorwacja)
Prof. Vidan Nikolić (Uniwersytet w Kragujevacu, Serbia)
Dr Luisa Nováková (Uniwersytet im. T.G. Masaryka w Brnie, Czechy)
Prof. Elżbieta Nowicka (Uniwersytet im. Adama Mickiewicza w Poznaniu, Polska)
Prof. Dubravka Oraić Tolić (Uniwersytet w Zagrzebiu, Chorwacja)
Prof. Libor Pavera (Akademia Humanistyczno-Techniczna w Bielsku-Białej, Polska)
Prof. Borislav Pavlovski (Uniwersytet w Zagrzebiu, Chorwacja)
Prof. Helena Peričić (Uniwersytet w Zadarze, Chorwacja)
Prof. Ljiljana Pešikan-Ljuštanović (Uniwersytet w Nowym Sadzie, Serbia)
Prof. Slavko Petaković (Uniwersytet w Belgradzie, Serbia)
Prof. Kristina Peternai Andrić (Uniwersytet w Zagrzebiu, Chorwacja)
Prof. Martina Petranović (Chorwacka Akademia Wiedzy i Umiejętności, Rijeka, Chorwacja)
Prof. Vesna Petreska (Instytut Folkloru im. Marka Cepenkova, Skopje, Macedonia)
Prof. Katerina Petrovska-Kuzmanova (Instytut Folkloru im. Marka Cepenkova, Skopje, Macedonia)
Prof. Petar Prelog (Uniwersytet w Zagrzebiu, Chorwacja)
Prof. Ružica Pšihistal (Uniwersytet w Zagrzebiu, Chorwacja)
Prof. Vladimir Jakovlevič Petruhin (Rosyjska Akademii Nauk; Petersburg, Rosja)
Prof. Ivana Peruško (Uniwersytet w Zagrzebiu, Chorwacja)
Prof. Martin Pilař (Uniwersytet w Ostrawie, Czechy)
Prof. Wawrzyniec Popiel-Machnicki (Uniwersytet im. Adama Mickiewicza w Poznaniu, Polska)
Prof. Aleksandar Prokopiev (Uniwersytet św. Cyryla i Metodego w Skopje, Macedonia)
Prof. Ružica Pšihistal (Uniwersytet w Zagrzebiu, Chorwacja)
Prof. Sanja Puljar D’Alessio (Uniwersytet w Rijece, Chorwacja)
Prof. Ljubinko Radenković (Uniwersytet w Belgradzie, Serbia)
Prof. Gorana Raičević (Uniwersytet w Nowym Sadzie, Serbia)
Prof. Goran Rem (Uniwersytet w Zagrzebiu, Chorwacja)
Prof. Evelina Rudan (Uniwersytet w Zagrzebiu, Chorwacja)
Prof. Helena Sablić Tomić (Uniwersytet im. Josipa Jurija Strossmayera w Osijeku, Chorwacja)
Prof. Barbara Sienkiewicz (Uniwersytet im. Adama Mickiewicza w Poznaniu, Polska)
Prof. Łucja Skotnicka (Państwowa Wyższa Szkoła im. Witelona, Polska)
Prof. Jadwiga Sobczak (Uniwersytet Łódzki, Polska)
Prof. Jan Sokołowski (Uniwersytet Wrocławski, Polska)
Prof. Elżbieta Solak (Uniwersytet Jagielloński w Krakowie, Polska)
Prof. Sanjin Sorel (Uniwersytet w Rijece, Chorwacja)
Prof. Danuta Sosnowska (Uniwersytet Warszawski, Polska)
Prof. Milorad Stojević (Uniwersytet w Rijece, Chorwacja)
Prof. Đurđa Strsoglavec (Uniwersytet w Lublanie, Słowenia)
Prof. Grażyna Szwat-Gyłybowa (Uniwersytet Warszawski, Polska)
Prof. Boris Škvorc (Uniwersytet Macquarie, North Ryde, Australia)
Prof. Lidija Tanuševska (Uniwersytet św. Cyryla i Metodego w Skopje, Macedonia)
Prof. Zofia Tarajło-Lipowska (Uniwersytet Wrocławski, Polska)
Prof. Alla Tatarenko (Lwowski Uniwersytet Państwowy im. Ivana Franka, Lwów, Ukraina)
Prof. Joanna Tokarska-Bakir (Polska Akademia Nauk, Warszawa, Polska)
Prof. Bożena Tokarz (Uniwersytet Śląski w Katowicach, Polska)
Prof. Svetlana Tomin (Uniwersytet w Nowym Sadzie, Serbia)
Prof. Krzysztof Trybuś (Uniwersytet im. Adama Mickiewicza w Poznaniu, Polska)
Prof. Hrvoje Turković (Uniwersytet w Zagrzebiu, Chorwacja)
Prof. Josip Užarević (Uniwersytet w Zagrzebiu, Chorwacja)
Prof. Albena Vačeva (Uniwersytet Południowozachodni, Blagoevgrad, Bułgaria)
Prof. Milena Vladić Jovanov (S Uniwersytet w Belgradzie, Serbia)
Doc. Jan Vorel (Uniwersytet w Ostrawie, Czechy)
Prof. Tanas Vražinovski (Uniwersytet św. Cyryla i Metodego w Skopje, Macedonia)
Prof. Ilija Vujačić (Uniwersytet w Belgradzie, Serbia)
Prof. Dragana Vukićević (Uniwersytet w Belgradzie, Serbia)
Prof. Ana Vukmanović (Uniwersytet w Belgradzie, Serbia)
Prof. Tvrtko Vuković (Uniwersytet w Zagrzebiu, Chorwacja)
Prof. Jacek Wachowski (Uniwersytet im. Adama Mickiewicza w Poznaniu, Polska)
Prof. Halina Wątróbska (Uniwersytet Gdański, Polska)
Prof. Tomasz Woźniak (Uniwersytet Marii Curie-Skłodowskiej w Lublinie, Polska)
Prof. Violetta Wróblewska (Uniwersytet im. Mikołaja Kopernika w Poznaniu, Polska)
Prof. Krzysztof Wrocławski (emerytowany, Uniwersytet Warszawski, Polska)
Prof. Michał Zacharias (Uniwersytet Kazimierza Wielkiego w Bydgoszczy, Polska)
Prof. Józef Zarek (Uniwersytet Śląski w Katowicach, Polska)
Prof. Josef Zumr (Uniwersytet im. T.G. Masaryka w Brnie, Czechy)
Prof. Ivana Žužul (Uniwersytet im. Josipa Jurija Strossmayera w Osijeku, Chorwacja)

 

Sponsors

Publication co-financed by Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań .

DUN

Support Programme for Scientific Journals (April 2019 - April 2020)

 

History

Since its creation in 2011, “Poznańskie Studia Slawistyczne” (“Poznań Slavic Studies”) have been a half-yearly thematic journal.

 

Issue 1 Kontynuacja czy odrzucenie? Tradycje romantyczne we współczesnych literaturach słowiańskich (Continuation or rejection? Romantic traditions in contemporary Slavic literature)

Issue 2 Intersemiotics

Issue 3 Spell, invocation, counterspell. Magical power of words in slavic folklore

Issue 4 Magical power of words in slavic languages, literatures and cultures

Issue 5 Divinity of power in slavic kultures and languages. About the multidimensionality of a universal idea

Issue 6 Dissidents, contestants, the culture of resistance and the present

Issue 7 Antun Gustav Matoš

Issue 8 Slavic mikronations and microlanguages

Issue 9 The Emotive Aspect of the Language in the Slavic Public Discourse

Issue 10 Relation State Church in history and culture

Issue 11 Gender Theories and Practices in Slavic Texts of Culture. Inspirations Innovations Interpretations 

Issue 12 The reception Of literary and artistic WORKS about the holocaust

Issue 13 Form and function in Slavic languages and texts of culture

Issue 14 Habent sua fata libelli

Issue 15 The Slavic Enlightenment its specific and typical character

Issue 16 Between amnesia and anamnesis. Individual historical memory with regard to dominating narratives

Issue 17 Art and democracy

 

ISSN: 2084-3011

e-ISSN 2450-2731