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Founded in 2008 by a consortium of one American and four Central European universities at the initiative of a group of Slavists, the journal Slavia Centralis intends to publish works of interest to Slavic studies representing original research in Slavic linguistics and literary scholarship and particularly encourages interdisciplinary approaches. The name Slavia Centralis emphasizes the intersection of languages and cultures in the heart of Europe, where Slavic languages and literatures have evolved and flourished since the first millennium AD. Slavia Centralis encourages contributions treating the Slavic languages and literatures holistically, transcending borders and national canons, as well as exploring connections between Slavic and non-Slavic. While emphasizing innovative approaches and interdisciplinarity, the journal recognizes the fundamental value of deep philological knowledge and therefore particularly encourages contributions combining thorough and responsible use of relevant data with innovative approaches. Authors interested in submitting articles can find more information on journal web site: Slavia Centralis home page

On the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge, Slavia Centralis provides immediate open access to all of its content. All articles are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial 4.0 International License (CC-BY-NC).

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