SLOVENSKÁ LITERATÚRA / SLOVAK LITERATURE – journal for literary studies
ISSN: 0037 – 6973
The Chief Editor: Karol Csiba
Editor: Dana Hučková
Editor of Reviews: Martin Braxatoris
Managing Editor: Ľubica Hroncová
Technical staff: Juraj Kočár
Slovak editorial board: Vladimír Barborík, René Bílik, Andrea Bokníková, Erika Brtáňová, Ján Gavura, Ján Gbúr, Martin Golema, Igor Hochel, Dana Hučková, Fedor Matejov, Zora Prušková, Radoslav Passia, Ivana Taranenková, Peter Zajac
International editorial board: Joanna Goszczyńska (Varšava), Aleksandra Hudymač (Krakov), Pavel Janoušek
(Praha), Michal Jareš (Praha), Alfrun Kliems (Berlín), Iva Málková (Ostrava), Špela Sevšek Šramel (Ľubľana), Róbert Kiss Szemán (Budapešť), Petr Šámal (Praha), Dalibor Tureček (České Budějovice)
Language: published in Slovak with English resume, contents in English and German languages
Published by: Institute of Slovak Literature of SAS
Publisher: SAP – Slovak Academic Press Ltd.
časopis Slovenská literatúra
Ústav slovenskej literatúry SAV
Dúbravská cesta 9
841 04 Bratislava
Slovak Academic Press Ltd.
821 08 Bratislava
Distribution rights are held by KUBON and SAGNER, P. O. B.
340108, D-8000, Műnchen, Germany.
Elsevier: Scopus (since 2018)
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CEJSH (The Central European Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities)
ERIH PLUS (European Reference Index for the Humanities and the Social Sciences)
CEEOL (Central and Eastern European Online Library)
Profile: Slovenská literatúra (Slovak Literature) is an open access (from 2017) and double blind peer reviewed academic journal published by Institute of Slovak Literature of the Slovak Academy of Sciences in Bratislava. The main objective of Slovenská literatúra is to provide a platform for the international scholars, academicians and researchers to share the contemporary thoughts in the fields of literature and literary culture.
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- The authors are responsible for the correctness and accuracy of the data. Authors have to declare the financial
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advance in knowledge.
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