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Slavonic Review

The Slavonic Review is the principal history peer reviewed journal published in the Czech Republic with a focus on the history of the nations of Central, Eastern and Southeastern Europe. It was founded in October, 1898. In its nascence it contributed a wide spectrum of current information about political and cultural events in the Slavic world. In the 1960s it was transformed into a scholarly history journal, and at the beginning of the 1990s it became a periodical subjected to rigorous peer review. Besides analytical scholarly studies and articles it also prints material (source) texts, specialized discussions, reviews, reports, digests of domestic and foreign historiographical production and other important information from the scholarly world. The Slavonic Review endeavors to present the historic development of the Czech nation and other countries in its geographical area of interest in broad international-political and cultural interconnections and at the same time also serve as a platform where historians of different generations who use diverse methodological approaches can meet and exchange opinions. The journal is open to researchers from the Czech Republic and also from abroad. It publishes contributions in Czech, Slovak and English.

The Slavonic Review is currently issued three times yearly (The third issue offers more extensive and complex studies examining the history of Central, Eastern and Southeast Europe at a length of 50–100 standard pages.). Since 2009, abstracts of the essays and articles in the Slavonic Review have been publicized in the database The Central European Journal of Social Science and Humanities (CEJSH). The journal is also registered among internationally recognized scholarly periodicals in the European Reference Index for the Humanities (ERIH PLUS) database, as a peer reviewed journal and also inside the List of Reviewed Non-impact Journals Published in the Czech Republic.

The publication ethics statement of Slovanský přehled is based on the Code of Conduct guidelines of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE).



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Published by the Institut of History, Prague
Adress:
Prosecká 76, 190 00 Praha 9
Tel.: 532 290 509
E-mail: slovanskyprehled@hiu.cas.cz

ISSN 0037-6922


Editor-in-Chief:

Radomír Vlček (Institue of History, Czech Academy of Sciences)
Ladislav Hladký (Institue of History, Czech Academy of Sciences)

Managing Editor:

Jiří Friedl (Institue of History, Czech Academy of Sciences)

Editorial Circle:

Roman Baron (Institue of History, Czech Academy of Sciences)
Eva Irmanová (Institue of History, Czech Academy of Sciences)
František Šístek (Institue of History, Czech Academy of Sciences) 
Jana Škerlová (Institue of History, Czech Academy of Sciences) 

Editorial Board:

Lukáš Babka (the Slavic Library in Prague), Pavel Boček (Masaryk University, Faculty of Arts), Marcel Černý (Slavic Institute, Czech Academy of Sciences), Vladimír Goněc (Masaryk Universtiy, Faculty of Arts), Petr Kaleta (Charles Univerzity, Faculty of Arts), Miroslav Kouba (University of Pardubice, Faculty of Arts), Kateřina Králová (Charles University, Faculty of Social Sciences), Bohuslav Litera (Charles University, Faculty of Social Sciences), Nicolas Maslowski (Charles University, Faculty of Social Sciences), Jan Němeček (Institue of History, Czech Academy of Sciences ), Jiří Padevět (Academia Publishing), Jan Pelikán (Charles University, Faculty of Arts), Marek Příhoda (Charles University, Faculty of Arts), Přemysl Rosůlek (University of West Bohemia, Faculty of Arts), Josef Šaur (Masaryk Univesity, Faculty of Arts), Václav Štěpánek (Masaryk University, Faculty of Arts), David Svoboda (Institue for the Study of Totalitarian Regimes), Jaroslav Vaculík (Masaryk University, Faculty of Education), Emil Voráček (Institue of History, Czech Academy of Sciences), Zbyněk Vydra (University of Pardubice, Faculty of Arts), Jiří Vykoukal (Charles University, Faculty of Social Sciences)

Scientific Board:

Jaroslav Pánek (Institue of History, Czech Academy of Sciences), Svatava Raková (Institue of History, Czech Academy of Sciences), Miroslav Tejchman (Charles University, Faculty of Social Sciences), Ivo Pospíšil (Masaryk University, Faculty of Arts), Irena Gantar Godina (Ljubljana), Tatiana Ivantyšynová (Institute of History, Slovak Academy of Sciences), Piotr Maciej Majewski (University of Warsaw), Michal Reiman (Berlin), Miloš Řezník (German Historical Institute in Warsaw), Jelena Pavlovna Serapionova (Institut of Slavic Studies, Russian Academy of Sciences)


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Contents:

2003: No. 1, No. 2, No. 3, No. 4
2004: No. 1, No. 2, No. 3, No. 4
2005: No. 1, No. 2, No. 3, No. 4
2006: No. 1, No. 2, No. 3, No. 4
2007: No. 1, No. 2, No. 3, No. 4
2008: No. 1, No. 2, No. 3, No. 4
2009: No. 1, No. 2, No. 3No. 4
2010: No. 1-2, No. 3-4No. 5
2011: No. 1-2No. 3-4No. 5
2012: No. 1-2, No. 3-4, No. 5
2013: No. 1-2, No. 3-4, No. 5
2014: No. 1No. 2, No. 3
2015: No. 1, No. 2, No. 3
2016: No. 1, No. 2, No. 3
2017: No. 1, No. 2