Resource: Slavic and East European Journal

The Fall 2019 issue of Slavic and East European Journal is now available:

The journal has a new website:

Subscription info can be found at:

Slavic and East European Journal • Volume 63 Number 3 (Fall 2019)

Note: You can access previous issues of SEEJ through Ebscohost or JSTOR. 
The table of contents for previous issues can be found on the SEEJ website.
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Slavic and East European Journal (SEEJ) encourages scholars to submit original research and review essays in the areas of Slavic and East European languages, literatures, cultures, linguistics, and methodology/pedagogy as well as reviews of books published in these areas. Papers on non-Slavic East European subjects are also invited, specifically subjects concerning Hungarian, Romanian, and Baltic cultures. Caucasian cultures (Georgian, Armenian, and Azerbaijan) in interaction with Slavic cultures also fall within the purview of the journal.

Submitted articles should be well-documented and should reflect command of relevant primary sources in original languages and knowledge of the current state of research in appropriate areas. Pedagogical articles report the results of research, experimentation, and evaluation.

SEEJ is a double-blind, peer-reviewed publication, issued quarterly by the American Association of Teachers of Slavic and East European Languages (AATSEEL). If you are interested in submitting an article to SEEJ, we ask that you first visit the SEEJ website and read over our submission guidelines and then use our electronic form to submit an article for consideration. Note that SEEJ submissions should be no longer than 9,000 words.


Scholars interested in writing 1000–1500 word pieces for the Slavic and East European Blog are encouraged to email us directly at SEEB was established by the Slavic and East European Journal (SEEJ) as an opportunity for junior scholars (faculty, graduate students, and outstanding undergraduates) to publish articles, essays, interviews, and translations on a variety of different topics.

AATSEEL Archive of Memoirs

Earlier this year, AATSEEL launched initiative to create an archive of memoirs about the great scholars and colorful personalities of Slavic studies in the United States. You can access the first contributions to this archive at this link. If you are interested in writing such a memoir, please contact us.

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