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Studia Litterarum is a peer-reviewed open access journal devoted to the study of literary history and theory, folklore, comparative criticism, and primary sources. It covers the study of world literatures from antiquity to the present, with a particular focus on Russian literature. The journal welcomes research papers grounded in a wide range of theoretical and critical perspectives and provides a much-needed forum for critical inquiry and exchange among Russian and international scholars.

The journal is addressed to international audience and is intended for publishing Russian and foreign specialists in the field of philological studies.

The journal is published quarterly. We accept articles in Russian, English, French, German, Spanish, and Italian.

The Founder of the Journal Studia Litterarum is A.M. Gorky Institute of World Literature, Russian Academy of Sciences (IMLI RAN).

The year of foundation: 2016.

The journal Studia Litterarum has both paper and electronic version.

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In the next issue

Espagne M. L’Allemagne des Lumières et la science de la Sibérie (The Germany of Enlightenment and Study of Siberia) (In Russian, transl. E. Dmitrieva)

Kharitonova N.Yu. El misterio Chino y mistificación literaria: poemas enigmáticos en la revista «Prisma» [Mysterious China as a Source for Literary Hoaxes: Poetry in the Spanish Literary Magazine Prisma] (In Spanish)

Kopcha N.A. „Sibirischemöglichkeiten“: zur deutschen Dostoevskij-Rezeption [“Siberian possibilities”: German reception of Dostoevsky] (In German)

Reinhold N.I. Lumières of the English criticism (In Russian)

 

Budapest Open Access Initiative ISSN 2500-4247 (Print)  ISSN 2541-8564 (Online) 

Лицензия Creative Commons 
This is an open access article distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0). Studia Litterarum

Publication types: 

Research Papers, Literary Theory, World Literature, Russian Literature, Literature of the Peoples of Russia and Neighboring Countries, Folklore Studies, Textology, Materials.

Review Papers, Conference Overviews, Discussion, From the History of Literary and Folklore Studies.

Indexed: 

DOAJ, ERIH PLUS, Сrossref, EBSCOhost, CiteFactor, EuroPub, Ulrich, WorldCat, Electronic Juornals Library, Slavic Humanities Index, CyberLeninka, RISC