Started at the time when Serbian philological periodicals were less diverse than today, the Matica Srpska Journal for Slavic Studies (until 1984 – Journal for Slavic Studies) has since its beginning been a journal for Slavic philology, while other areas of Slavic studies were less represented there, mainly in the chronicles of scientific life and scientific criticism. Within the Slavic philological issues in the Matica Srpska Journal for Slavic Studies special attention is paid to the topics of Slavic literatures and their study in the light of literary history, theory, interpretation, comparative studies, reception, but also to Slavic languages in isolation or in various forms of comparative, typological and contrastive studies. In addition, the Matica Srpska Journal for Slavic Studies motivates the research of Slavic literatures and languages in the context of Slavic and all other cultures with the use of diverse contemporary multidisciplinary and methodological approaches.
The gradual increase in the scope of the profile of the Matica Srpska Journal for Slavic Studies happened parallel to the changes in the Editorial Board, which was headed from 1970 until 1993 by academician Milorad Živančević, from 1993 until 1998 by Professor Miodrag Sibinović, and from 1998 until 2012 by Professor Predrag Piper. The addition to the Editorial Board of Slavists with complementary research interests should be an investment for a more complete representation of various branches of Slavic philology in the Matica Srpska Journal for Slavic Studies.
Since 2016 the Matica Srpska Journal for Slavic Studies has been indexed in the ERIH PLUS (European Reference Index for the Humanities and Social Sciences), since 2017 on the ESCI (Web of Science) and since 2019 on the SCOPUS list of journals, whose high system of quality and strict criteria assemble the most prestigious European journals in the field of social sciences and humanities.
From volume 1 to 43 dr Milorad Živančević, from volume 44 to 53dr Miodrag Sibinović, from volume 54 to 82 dr Predrag Piper, and since volume 83 dr Kornelija Ičin.
Technical secretary: Milena Kulić E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Address of the journal:
Zbornik Matice srpske za slavistiku [Matica Srpska Journal for Slavic Studies]
21000 Novi Sad
Matice srpske 1
Phone/fax 021 6622-726, phone 021 420-199, extension 132
Editorial Board of the Matica Srpska Journal for Slavic Studies
Marta Bjeletić, PhD, scientific advisor of the Institute for Serbian language of the SASA
Professor Zoran Đerić, PhD, professor of the Academy of Arts, University in Banja Luka, director of the Serbian National Theatre in Novi Sad
Professor Kornelija Ičin, PhD, professor at the Faculty of Philology, University of Belgrade
Professor Aleksandra Korda Petrović, PhD, professor at the Faculty of Philology, University of Belgrade
Professor Ljudmila Popović, PhD, professor at the Faculty of Philology, University of Belgrade
Ljubinko Radenković, PhD, corresponding member of the SASA, scientific advisor of the Institute for Balkan Studies of the SASA
Professor Dojčil Vojvodić, PhD, professor at the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Novi Sad
Professor John Ellis Bowlt, PhD, professor emeritus of the University of South California, director of the Institute of Modern Russian Culture (Los Angeles, USA)
Professor Hans Günther, PhD, professor emeritus of the Department of Slavic Studies of the University of Bielefeld (Bielefeld, Germany)
Academician Robert Hodel, PhD, professor of the University of Hamburg (Hamburg, Germany)
Academician Natalia Vasilevna Kornienko, PhD, scientific advisor of the Institute for World Literature of the RAS (Moscow, Russia)
Academician Luigi Magarotto, Phd, professor of the University Ca’ Foscari (Venezia, Italia)
Professor Shinichi Murata, PhD, professor of the Faculty of Foreign Studies of the University “Sofia” (Tokyo, Japan)
Professor Igor Pavlovich Smirnov, PhD, professor of the University of Konstanz (Kоnstanz, Germany)
Academician Andrei L’vovich Toporkov, PhD, scientific advisor of the Institute for World Literature of the RAS (Moscow, Russia)
Academician Anatolii Turilov, PhD, scientific advisor of the Institute of Slavic Studies of the RAS (Moscow, Russia)
Academician Boris Andreyevich Uspensky, PhD, professor of the University of Naples for Eastern Studies and the Director of the Laboratory for Linguosemiotic Research at the Faculty of Philology of the National Research University Higher School of Economics (Naples, Italy – Моscow, Russia)
Professor Ronal Vroon, PhD, professor of the Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures of the University of California (Los Angeles, USA)
Professor Mikhail Yakovlevich Weiskopf, PhD, professor of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem (Jerusalem, Israel)
Professor Willem Weststeijn, PhD, professor emeritus of the Faculty of Humanities of the University of Amsterdam (Amsterdam, the Netherlands)
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