- ISSN 2058-9050 (print)
- ISSN 2754-9941 (online)
Studia Celto-Slavica was established in 2004 as an official publication of the learned association Societas Celto-Slavica. The series is managed by the Editorial Board (General Editors), consisting of Professor Séamus Mac Mathúna (Ulster University), Professor Tatyana Mikhailova (Institute for Linguistic Research, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow), Dr Maxim Fomin (Ulster University) and Professor Dafydd Johnston (Centre for Advanced Welsh and Celtic Studies, the University of Wales, Aberystwyth).
The series covers a wide range of topics relating to Celto-Slavica such as Celto-Slavic isoglosses and Indo-European linguistic heritage, Celtic place-names in the Slavic countries, parallels in language, literature and culture, as well as congruences between Celtic and Slavic narrative and folklore traditions, besides history of Celtic scholarship in the Slavic countries and archaeological excavations of sites of Celtic antiquity in the Slavic lands.
Principally, but not exclusively, the individual volumes of the series contain proceedings of the Societas’ colloquia held on a biannual basis. We also publish invited articles in the volumes when such are deemed of high scholarly value and are devoted to subjects of Celto-Slavic specialism. The editorial team of each individual volume of the series is nominated by the Editorial Board and normally includes the members of the organising committee of the Society's colloquium.
All articles submitted to the series are subjected to the peer-review procedure. Normally the article is first looked at by the volume editorial team and at the second stage is sent to one of the Series’ anonymous readers. The latter then proposes improvements on the matters of style and content. After the article has been subjected to the two-stage peer-review and the approval for the article’s subsequent publication in the series is granted by the anonymous reader and confirmed by the editorial team of the volume, the contributors are advised on the improvements to be made by the volume editors. The contributors are given good time to work on the improvements suggested by the anonymous reader and/or the editors after the inital submission. Two set of proofs (‘draft’ and ‘pre-print’) are sent to the contributors before the article is finally published.
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