Journal summary

„Poznańskie Studia Slawistyczne” (“Poznań Slavic Studies”) is a six-monthly journal co-published by the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań and the Poznań Society of Friends of Learning (previously published by the Wydawnictwo Naukowe UAM Academic Publishing House). The journal was established at the Faculty of Polish and Classical Philology of Adam Mickiewicz University by the Institute of Slavonic Philology, where research is carried out in the area of southern Slavic languages, Slavic Balkans in their non-Slavic context and bohemistics. The first issue was published in 2011. The journal publishes original and previously unpublished works concerning the whole Slavonic culture: its southern, western and eastern varieties. 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 journal is open to scientific dialogue and polemics. We publish peer-reviewed articles and scientific essays, as well as review articles (which are also addressed to peer-reviewers). The journal is co-created by an international team of experts (the Scientific Council), an international group of authors (usually more than half of the authors are affiliated in foreign centres) and international reviewers (mainly foreign experts). The editorial board consists of researchers from renowned scientific centres in Slavic and non-Slavic countries (Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, China, Croatia, Montenegro, Czech Republic, France, Macedonia, Germany, Russia and Serbia). We publish in all Slavic languages as well as in English, German and Italian. The editing of papers in each language is supervised by a separate editor - a native speaker of a given language. Each article is accompanied by an abstract and keywords in English, while latest issues also include a note about the authors. Editing and dissemination of articles published in the journal is done by employees affiliated with the Institute of Slavic Philology of Adam Mickiewicz University (editor-in-chief, deputy editor-in-chief, secretary, database administrator, language editors).

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Ministry of Education and Science (2021): 70
ICV (2020): 100
ICV (2018):
Indeks Hirscha: 5

DOI: 10.14746/pss
ISSN (Print): 2084-3011
ISSN (Online): 2450-2731