The School sponsors the publication of refereed books and periodicals. Its
principal series is Studies in Russia and Eastern Europe which is published
jointly with Palgrave (Macmillan's global academic publishing). The series comprises monographs written by
staff of the School and colleagues in other centres, doctoral theses written by
SSEES postgraduates, and selected edited papers presented at research seminars
and conferences. All the disciplines and regions covered by the School are
represented in the seventy volumes that have appeared to date; a further
nineteen volumes are in preparation.
The income generated by the SSEES-Palgrave series is placed in a Publications
Aid Fund which is used to support the publication of important research and
scholarship but for which the readership is too small to attract a commercial
publisher. Such works are included in the School's Occasional Papers series
which are prepared in-house and numbers forty-six books.
The School's flagship journal is the Slavonic and East European Review, founded in 1922. Covering the arts, humanities and social sciences of Russia, Central and Eastern Europe, the Review is an international quarterly, edited and managed by SSEES and published by the Modern Humanities Research Association. It is accessible online via JSTOR. For more information, contact the Deputy Editor, Barbara Wyllie, on 020 7679 8724 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Edited and managed by postgraduate students of the School, Slovo. An
inter-disciplinary journal of contemporary Russian and East European Affairs appears twice a year. The journal serves two
purposes. First, it provides postgraduate students with research and publishing
experience as part of their training (including the editing of their tutors'
contributions). Second, it brings to public attention ideas and information for
which there is an important list of subscribers both inside and outside the
academic world. As of March 2012, Slovo is published entirely online through the Open Journal System and UCL Discovery.
Information about past publications can be obtained from:
The School of Slavonic and East European Studies
16 Taviton Street
E-mail address: email@example.com
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