Vienna Slavic Yearbook

The Wiener Slavistisches Jahrbuch / Vienna Slavic Yearbook (ISSN: 0084-0041), a specialist journal established more than six decades ago, has been published by the Harrassowitz Verlag Wiesbaden since autumn 2013. Thus – in accordance with the longstanding role of Vienna Slavic Studies as working on the cusp of diverse national cultures in Eastern, Central, and Southeastern Europe –  we were able to redefine our periodical publication in the international scholarly context.

The Vienna Slavic Yearbook publishes original research in all areas of Slavonic Studies. As a rule, articles, materials, discussion contributions, research reports, and reviews should be written in German, English, or Russian. The journal is published annually, with each issue containing about 300 pages; an electronic JSTOR version is currently being developed.

All contributions submitted for publication go through a double-blind peer review process, which is conducted by the Editorial Board and an international Advisory Board. Decisions regarding acceptance of contributions for publication are taken by the Editorial Board.

Closing date for sending contributions for Volume N.S. 8 (2020): 15 November 2019

Please send enquiries and contributions to the Editorial Board at the following address: jahrbuch.slawistik@univie.ac.at

Style guide for the submission of contributions (PDF)

Herausgeber / Editors

Stefan Michael Newerkla Wien [web]
Fedor B. Poljakov Wien [web]

Herausgebergremium / Editorial Board

Juliane Besters-Dilger Freiburg i. Br. [web]
Michael Düring Kiel [web]
Lazar Fleishman Stanford CA [web]
Jasmina Grković-Major Novi Sad [web]
Robert Hodel Hamburg [web]
Anna Kretschmer Wien [web]
Heinz Miklas Wien [web]
Aleksandr M. Moldovan Moskau [web]
Ulrich Schmid St. Gallen [web]
Barbara Sonnenhauser Zürich [web]
Michael Wachtel Princeton NJ [web]
Alois Woldan Wien [web]

Beratungsgremium / Advisory Board

Anatolij A. Alekseev St. Petersburg
Konstantin M. Azadovskij St. Petersburg
Leonard H. Babby Princeton NJ
Neil H. Bermel Sheffield [web]
Jan Ivar Bjørnflaten Oslo [web]
Nikolaj A. Bogomolov Moskau [web]
Jonathan Bolton Cambridge MA [web]
František Čermák Prag [web]
Dagmar S. Divjak Sheffield
Hana Filip Düsseldorf [web]
Stanisław Gajda Opole
Christian Hannick Würzburg [web]
Urs Heftrich Heidelberg [web]
Hubertus F. Jahn Cambridge [web]
Radoslav Katičić Wien [web]
Alexander Kulik Jerusalem [web]
Marek Łaziński Warschau [web]
Aleksandr V. Lavrov St. Petersburg [web]
Gail Lenhoff Los Angeles CA [web]
Aleksandar Loma Belgrad [web]
John E. Malmstad Cambridge MA [web]
Roland Marti Saarbrücken
Marek Nekula Regensburg [web]
Gerhard Neweklowsky Wien / Klagenfurt [web]
Aleksandr L. Ospovat Moskau [web]
Kathleen Parthé Rochester NY [web]
Angela Richter Halle a. d. Saale [web]
Galin Tihanov London [web]
Svetlana M. Tolstaja Moskau [web]
Vera Tolz-Zilitinkevic Manchester [web]
Vittorio S. Tomelleri Macerata [web]
Tomas Venclova New Haven CT [web]
Josef Vintr Wien [web]
Ronald Vroon Los Angeles CA [web]
Andrew B. Wachtel Chicago IL [web]
Andrei L. Zorin Oxford [web]