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One volume of the journal Philological studies will be dedicated to the theme: Slavic culture in transfer

The thematic volume of the Slavic culture in transfer arises as an incentive to dialogue in the research of the inter-ethnic and polyphonic past, but also of the present of Slavic languages, literature, as well as Slavic cultures in general. Linguistic and other cultural concepts, literary themes and plots have often traveled from one culture to another, and in that respect, every comparative (linguistic, literary, cultural) contribution, more accurate a research of the transfer of one culture into another and the accompanying metamorphoses of that process, is of a significant importance.

Among other things, the translation for the Slavic cultures was the basis for many interconnections - from linguistic transfer through cultural transfers to literary adaptations. Bearing in mind the intercultural and interdisciplinary nature of Slavic interconnections and mutual transfers at various levels of cultural exchange, the goal is to explore what was happening with the adopted, or translated, other concepts that were adapted and assimilated in Slavic languages ​​and literatures, and establish a dialogue between Slavic languages, literature and cultures in the context of the 20th and 21st centuries. So this topic is a kind of challenge that wants to stimulate the reflection and application of different knowledge and results, allowing the integration of different types of knowledge, ie the coexistence of seemingly contradictory directions of disciplinary thinking, methodologies and branches.

Articles in the journal are arranged in the following sections:

  1. Philosophic and Cultural Issues;

  2. History and Philology;

  3. „Word” in Historical and Cultural Context (Comparative Aspect);

  4. Literature in Intercultural Context;

  5. Modern Society in Culture, Language and Literature;

  6. Study of Speech. Linguodidactics;

  7. Reviews and Informations


The scope of the papers should be less than 10-16 pgs in an A5 format (max. 40000 characters), Microsoft Word for Windows, font 10, Times New Roman, Margins 2cm, line spacing 1.0.

COMPILING A LIST OF THE USED LITERATURE

Only sources which are cited or paraphrased are included in the list in alphabetic order according to the family names of the authors. In the case of anonymous authors the title of the publication is considered. All sources follow the same order irrespective of their type – books, journals, electronic sources. The information follows the general pattern:

 

  • Family name and the initials of the author, followed by a comma.
  • The year of the publication followed by a full stop.
  • The title of the publication in italic followed by full stop.
  • The place of the publication.
  • The Latin transliteration of the name of the author and the title of the publication if they are not in Latin.

 

After the text, a list of all cited sources should be added in alphabetical order in Times New Roman font 9, in Chicago-Style.

  • Book:

    • One author: Last Name. First Name. Year Published. Title of Book. Publisher City: Publisher Name.

      ex: Elam, Keir. 2001. The Semiotics of Theatre and Drama. London and New York: Routledge.

    • Two or three authors:

      ex: Glover, David. Kaplan, Cora. 2000. Genders. London and New York: Routledge.

    • More authors:

      ex: Barić, Eugenija. et al. 1997. Hrvatska gramatika. Zagreb: Školska knjiga.

  • Article in a book:

    Last Name, First Name. Year Published. Title of Article. In Title of Book. Editor(s). Publisher City: Publisher Name. Pages.

    ex: Petrović, Tanja. 2012. Nostalgia for the JNA? Remembering the Army in the Former Yugoslavia. In Post-Communist Nostalgia. Maria Todorova and Zsuzsa Gille, ed. New York, Oxford: Bergham Books. 61-81.

  • Article in a Journal

    Last Name, First Name. Year Published. Article Title. In Journal Name Volume Number. Page Numbers.

    ex: Bessier, Jean. 2007. Some notes on comparative literature. In Literary Context No 5. Institute for Macedonian Literature: Skopje. 29-39

  • Article in a Newspaper:

    Last Name, First Name. Article Title. Newspaper Name, Publication Date.

  • Website:

    Last Name, First Name. Page Title. Year. Article Title. Web Address (retrieved Date Accessed).

    Hutcheon, Linda. 1998. Irony, Nostalgia and the Postmodern. http://www.library.utoronto.ca/utel/criticism/hutchinp.html (accessed January 3, 2008).

ARCHIVES: the name of the archive, collection name, box and folder should be cited. In brackets the name of the archive should be translated in English.

Example. ДА-Благоевград [State Archive-Blagoevgrad], Ф. 65, а.е. 3, л. 15. Arhivele Nationale, Bucharest, Fond Directia Artelor, box. 60, 35. 

Edwards, A.H.. Letter to William Sutter. Dec. 19, 1909. Copper Range Company Collection, Acc. 996. Box 3, Folder 9. Michigan Tech Archives & Copper Country Historical Collections, Michigan Technological University, Michigan.

The archives in the texts are cited by footnotes with full description

ILLUSTRATIONS: The photos should be in black and white, resolution: 300 DPI, the source of the photos should be mentioned. The copy right is responsibility of the author.

Sources whitin the text should be put in brackets (author’s last name, year of edition: No. of pages). ex: (Bachelard, 1997: 56)

The footnote text should be at the end of a page, it may contain additional informations and should be in Times New Roman font 8.

Title of the paper, abstract and keywords should be presented in the beginning of the paper in both English and the language of the paper.

The Paper Submission Form with informations about the author should be added to the paper.

The paper should be submitted in electronic form to one of the following addresses:

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  • Jasmina Mojsieva-Guševa, This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it

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Papers areaccepted in Russian, Macedonian, Slovenian, Croatian, Serbian and English language.

The deadline for submission of the papers is April 1st 2019.