|STUDIA MYTHOLOGICA SLAVICA
| Znanstvenoraziskovalni center SAZU
Aims and Scope:
The aim of scientific journal Studia mythologica Slavica is to throw light on Slavic mythology from different aspects, to add to it's reconstruction, and to present the mythopoetic and religious traditions of Slavic nations. The journal publishes detailed analyses of Slavic epic and narrative traditions, and comparative studies on the mythology and religious notions of older Slavic, Eurasian as well as other civilisations. The character of the publication is both international and interdisciplinary, covering the themes from the field of ethnology, philology, history, archaeology, religious studies, history of literature and philosophy.
The journal was first published in 1998 in cooperation of the Institute of Slovenian Ethnology at ZRC SAZU and the Department of Linguistics of the University in Pisa. From 1999 onwards it is published in cooperation with the University of Udine.
The Journal is published once a year in November in multi-language edition.
Manuscripts, abstracts and summaries are to be submitted to the editors in printed form and on a computer disk (Word for Windows 6.0 or higher version) or in RTF format.
Natka Badurina (Universita degli Studi di Udine), Nikos Čausidis (Univerzitet Sv. Kiril i Metodi, Skopje), Roberto Dapit (Universita degli Studi di Trieste), Pietro U. Dini (Universita degli Studi di Pisa), Remo Faccani (Universita degli Studi di Udine), Larisa Fialkova (University of Haifa), Stefano Garzonio (Universita degli Studi di Pisa), Andrzej Litwornia (Universita degli Studi di Udine), Nijole Laurinkiene (Lietuviu literaturos ir tautosakos institutas Vilnius, Litva), Mirjam Mencej (Univerza v Ljubljani), Ljubinko Radenković (SANU, Beograd), Leszek Pawel Slupecki (Instytut Archeologii PAN, Warszava), Zmago Šmitek (Univerza v Ljubljani), Svetlana Tolstaja (Institut slavjanovedenija Rossijskoj Akademii Nauk, Moskva), Giorgio Ziffer (Universita degli Studi di Udine)
Studia mythologica Slavica is published by:
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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