Studi Slavistici

Studi Slavistici is the Open Access journal of the Italian Association of Slavists (A.I.S.). It publishes academic articles, research and book reviews and informative essays. Its main aim is to foster specialized Slavic research and to make quality information available to a broader public of readers and Internet users. The journal also acts as a bridge between the academic tradition of Italian and European Slavic studies and the latest cultural trends in various Slavic subjects. Special attention is devoted to the literature, languages, culture and various art forms of all Slavic countries, but also to interdisciplinary approaches in methodology, inter-Slavic and Slavic-European literary, linguistic and cultural relationships.

Chief Editor 
Nicoletta Marcialis, Università degli Studi di Roma Tor Vergata, Italy

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Change in frequency publication

In order to allow greater selectivity in the articles accepted for publication and to improve the journal’s comparative standing,  beginning with this issue, Studi Slavistici will be published twice annually, in June and December. The present sequence of volume numbers will be maintained. 
Each issue will be approximately half the length of the former annually issues. 
This change will facilitate expanded discoverability of the contents via a semestral monthly Table of Contents and indexing in Scopus and other archival services in a timely manner.
Over the years, the contributions from the authors and the participation of the many dedicated colleagues in the peer-review process have been vital to the continuing strength of Studi Slavistici. 
We thank all the editorial board, authors and reviewers for their continuous and serious work. 
With their help, we have continued to publish an influential, lively and highly accessed Open Access Journal”. 
Nicoletta Marcialis
Editor in Chief
Posted: 2018-07-11
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