Founded by M. Vasmer. Continued by M. Woltner, H. Bräuer, P. Brang, H. Keipert, and W. Koschmal.
Edited by TILMAN BERGER – BIRGIT BEUMERS – JENS HERLTH – IMKE MENDOZA – DIRK UFFELMANN
Publication: twice a year
Number of Pages: 480 pp
Zeitschrift für Slavische Philologie was founded in 1924 by Max Vasmer, and continued by Margarete Woltner, Herbert Bräuer, Peter Brang, Helmut Keipert, and Walter Koschmal. Currently the journal is edited by Tilman Berger, Birgit Beumers, Jens Herlth, Imke Mendoza, and Dirk Uffelmann.
The journal’s aim is the promotion of Slavic philology in its entirety, i.e. including all Slavic languages and literatures, and without narrowing down its scope to a certain field or methodology. The journal therefore includes traditional studies of literature and linguistics, but also visual culture, digital humanities, and other fields of Slavic cultural studies.
Zeitschrift für Slavische Philologie is above all designed for the international field of the Slavic scholar, but also addresses readers from other disciplines. Contributions are published in German, Russian or (American) English.
Articles submitted to the journal should be original and not under consideration by any other publication. They should be written in a clear and concise style.
Zeitschrift für Slavische Philologie is a refereed journal. All articles undergo a process of double-blind peer review.
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