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Wiener Slawistischer Almanach (WSA)

Founded and co-edited (until Vol. 85, 2020) by Aage A. Hansen-Löve and Tilmann Reuther.

Starting in 2021 the journal is co-edited by Ilja Kukuj, Riccardo Nicolosi, Brigitte Obermayr and Tilmann Reuther.

Advisory Board: Valentina Apresjan (Moscow), Aleksandr Dmitriev (Moscow), Tomáš Glanc (Zürich), Luba Golburt (Berkeley), Miranda Jakiša (Vienna), Magdalena Marszałek (Potsdam), Matthias Schwartz (Berlin), Mladen Uhlik (Ljubljana), Barbara Wurm (Berlin)

The Wiener Slawisticher Almanach publishes original research in all areas of Slavic Studies and provides a forum for a wide spectrum of literary, cultural, and linguistic discussions that push the boundaries of traditional scholarly disciplines and philological approaches. The biannual journal also accepts submissions of previously unpublished literary texts and archival materials, as well as proposals for thematic clusters of articles. The languages of publication include German, English, Russian, and other Slavic languages. The special Series „Wiener Slawistischer Almanach: Sonderbände“ is primarily dedicated to publishing monographs.

The Wiener Slawistischer Almanach is a peer-reviewed periodical (all articles go through the double-blind peer-review).

Styleguides: German, English, Russian

Postal address for review-copies:
Wiener Slawistischer Almanach
LMU München
Slavische Philologie
Geschwister-Scholl-Platz 1
D-80539 München


A German version of this web page is also available.

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