|STUDIA MYTHOLOGICA SLAVICA
| Znanstvenoraziskovalni center SAZU
Aims and Scope:
Studia mythologica Slavica is international scientific journal on the mythology, spiritual culture and tradition of Slavic and also other nations and people. It is published by the Institute of Slovenian Ethnology of the Scientific Research Centre of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts, and by the Dipartimento di Lingue e Letterature Straniere, Università degli Studi di Udine. The journal is dedicated to interdisciplinary studies, and one of the main aims of this journal is to present comparative research that defines and determines (i.e. establishes) Slavic culture in the context of the wider European and non-European world (cultures). The journal intends to throw light on the belief systems and religions of older Slavic, Eurasian, and other civilisations. Moreover, it encourages the research of contemporary phenomena in the field of spiritual, social and material culture, and their transformation. The character of the publication is both international and interdisciplinary, covering the themes from the field of ethnology, anthropology, archaeology, linguistics, religious studies, history of literature and philosophy. It also brings new interpretations of historical sources and presents new discoveries, material, and field research.
The journal was first published in 1998, and since then it has been published once a year in a multi-language edition, in print and on the internet. Each year, it is distributed in exchange for hundred scientific publications from around the world. The articles are published in English, Italian, German and all Slavic languages. All articles have long summaries and an abstract in the English language.
All articles are examined by one of the editors upon receipt, after which they are sent to two external anonymous reviewers. The instructions for authors are published on the internet and in the journal.
Natka Badurina (Università degli Studi di Udine), Nikos Čausidis (Univerzitet Sv. Kiril i Metodi, Skopje), Mare Kõiva (Estonian Institute of Folklore, Tartu), Pietro U. Dini (Universita degli Studi di Pisa), Larisa Fialkova (University of Haifa), Janina Kursīte (Univerza v Rigi), Nijolė Laurinkienė (Lietuvių literatūros ir tautosakos institutas, Vilnius), Mirjam Mencej (Univerza v Ljubljani), Andrej Pleterski (ZRC SAZU, Ljubljana), Ljubinko Radenković (SANU, Beograd), Zmago Šmitek (Univerza v Ljubljani), Svetlana Tolstaja (Institut slavjanovedenija Rossijskoj Akademii Nauk, Moskva), Giorgio Ziffer (Università degli Studi di Udine)
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The Book Series
From 2004 a new book series Studia mythologica Slavica – Supplementa is published.
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Submission Instructions for Authors
Articles should be sent to the editors in final version, written in a Slavic language or in English, Italian, or German. They should include a list of key words and an abstract, both written in English, and a summary in a language different from the language of the submitted article (English, Italian, German, or Slovene). The proposed articles need to be sent as a Word document, preferably in Rich Text Format (RTF) by e-mail or on a floppy disk. A print-out should also be sent to the editor’s address. Illustrations in digital form should be saved in TIFF or JPG format; classic photographs and illustrations will be converted to digital form by the editors. Articles should preferably be no longer than 45,000 characters (including spaces and room for illustrations). Proofs will be done by the editors.
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