Slavica Wratislaviensia

The “Slavica Wratislaviensia” journal, founded by Professor Marian Jakóbiec, has been published continuously since 1969. Initially, it was to present the results of literary and linguistic research carried out by Wrocław scholars specialising in Russian studies. With time the journal opened itself also to Slavonic scholars representing other universities.

Today the journal regularly publishes papers by eminent Slavonic studies specialists from leading Polish and foreign universities – e.g. from Croatia, the Czech Republic, Japan, Lithuania, Germany, Russia, Serbia, Switzerland, Ukraine and Italy – contributing to international circulation of knowledge.

One of the two main fields on which authors published by the journal focus their attention is the history of Slavonic literatures, particularly Russian, Ukrainian, Serbian, Croatian, Belarusian, Czech, Slovak and Bulgarian, in its synthetic and analytical aspects, as well as comparative studies and those concerning the reception of the various Slavonic literatures in Poland.

The second field encompasses linguistic research. The journal publishes analytical articles dealing with the various Slavonic languages, in both descriptive and historical terms. Another group of articles is made up of linguistic papers focusing on comparative, sociolinguistic and translation studies (also with reference to culture studies).

An important part of the journal is its review section discussing the latest scholarly publications dealing with Slavonic studies as well as the section containing reports on important academic events, especially international conferences.

In addition to issues tackling a variety of topics, we also publish monographic issues – devoted to literature (“Grand cultural themes in Slavonic literatures”) and linguistics (“The word and the sentence in Slavonic languages”) – with high quality scholarly contents.

“Slavica Wratislaviensia” enjoys a well-established position in the academic world, contributing significantly to the integration of Slavonic research centres from various countries, which is of considerable significance to the development of scholarship and enhances the stature of Wrocław Slavonic studies.

Abstracts of articles published in “Slavica Wratislaviensia” can be found in the Czasopisma Naukowe w Sieci (CNS) database and in The Central European Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities (on the basis of an agreement between Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Wrocławskiego [Wrocław University Press] and CEJSH). Thanks to an agreement with the MLA Directory of Periodicals issues of “Slavica Wratislaviensia” are also sent to Cambridge Scientific Abstracts (CSA, ProQuest).

Basic version of the journal: printed

Biannual publication

Format: B5



ISSN: 0137-1150


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