Editorial Board

  • Ivan Verč, Editor-in-Chief (University of Trieste)
  • Roman Bobryk, Editor (Siedlce University of Natural Sciences and Humanities)
  • Margherita De Michiel, Editor (University of Trieste)
  • Ornella Discacciati, Editor (University of Bergamo)
  • Tomáš Glanc, Editor (University of Zurich)
  • Vladimir Feshchenko, Editor (Institute of Linguistics, Russian Academy of Sciences)
  • Kornelija Ičin, Editor (University of Belgrade)
  • Miha Javornik, Editor (University of Ljubljana)
  • Jurij Murašov, Editor (University of Konstanz)
  • Claudia Olivieri, Editor (University of Catania)
  • Karin Plattner (University of Trieste)
  • Blaž Podlesnik, Editor (University of Ljubljana)

Editorial Advisory Board

  • Antonella D'Amelia (University of Salerno)
  • Patrizia Deotto (University of Trieste)
  • Nikolaj Jež (University of Ljubljana)
  • Alenka Koron (Institute of Slovenian Literature and Literary Studies)
  • Đurđa Strsoglavec (University of Ljubljana)
  • Nenad Veličković (University of Sarajevo)
  • Tomo Virk (University of Ljubljana)
  • Mateo Žagar (University of Zagreb)
  • Ivana Živančević Sekeruš (University of Novi Sad)

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Short History

The journal was founded in 1987 at the University of Trieste by scholars of the Advanced School of Modern Languages for Interpreters and Translators (SSLMIT – Scuola Superiore di Lingue Moderne per Interpreti e Traduttori). After the introductory volume published in 1987, the journal appeared regularly beginning in 1994. Since then, twenty volumes have been published, adding up to over 300 articles written by researchers from different countries (mostly Russian, Hungarian, Croatian, Serbian and Italian Slavic scholars). The volumes were reviewed in several scientific publications in Russia, Italy, Poland, Hungary and Slovenia. Some volumes are focused on a monographic topic: Наследие Ю.М. Лотмана, 1996; Славянские языки и перевод, 1997; Художественный текст и его гео-культурные стратификации, 2000; Литературоведение XXI века. Письмо – Текст – Культура, 2002, Law&Literature, 2011; The Great Story, 2012; Slavia Islamica, 2013; Slavic Studies, 2014/215; The Yugoslav Partisan Art, The Event, 2017; Polish Studies, 2017; Literary Theory in Bulgaria, 2018 but they ususly include Varia section, containing other submitted Slavic Studies articles. Most of the articles published so far deal with the cultural realm of the Slavic world from the perspective of modern structuralist, semiotic and cultural methodological approaches, but the Journal Slavica TerGestina remains open to other approaches and methodologies.