Slovenský národopis / Slovak Ethnology
Language: Slovak, Czech and English
813 64 Bratislava
Tel / fax: 00421 - 52964707, ext. 107
Edited by Institute of Ethnology and Social Anthropology,
Slovak Academy of Sciences, Bratislava, Slovak republic
e-ISSN 1339-9357 (online)
Slovenský národopis/Slovak Ethnology is an academic peer-reviewed journal published by the Institute of Ethnology and Social Anthropology of the Slovak Academy of Sciences in Bratislava four times a year since 1953. The first and the third issue of each year are published in Slovak, and the second and the fourth ones in English.
Abstracting, indexing and distribution:
Emerging Sources Citation Index of Web of Science (ESCI, WoS), SCOPUS, DOAJ, EBSCO, ProQuest, CEEOL, Central European Journal of Social Sciences and humanities (CEJSH), Modern Language Association (MLA), Ulrichsweb, Willingspress, Norwegian Centre for Research Data (NSD), European Science Foundation (ESF), European Reference Index for the Humanities and the Social Sciences (ERIH PLUS), Sciendo (De Gruyter)
About the Journal:
Slovenský národopis presents to the international academic community the results of research in social sciences and humanities, mainly in the field of ethnology and cultural/social anthropology. The journals publishes articles by experts from Europe and overseas.
The papers published in the journal analyse social phenomena based on data obtained mainly by means of ethnographic field research methods. The journal editors prefer original articles of analytical, theoretical or synthesising nature, contributing to current debates in social sciences and humanities.
In terms of topics, the journal focuses predominantly on the research of ethnic, national, confessional, age and gender differences which characterise late modern societies; on the research of social, cultural and economic transformations of European societies in the historic context (modernisation, post-socialist transformation, European integration, globalisation); on the research of folk culture, folklore, tangible and intangible cultural heritage in the European and global context; on the reflection of discussions in current theoretical and methodological trends in social sciences and humanities; and the history of scientific thinking.
Each year, Slovak Ethnology / Slovenský národopis publishes two or three calls for thematic issues on current topics in ethnology, social/cultural anthropology and related disciplines. Besides problem-oriented scientific studies, the journal also publishes materials, essays, discussions, reviews and annotations of books and book essays.
The magazine provides space for critical columns on the presented articles. The studies, materials, essays, debates and overviews undergo anonymous peer review by international experts.
R. Bendix (DE), M. Buchowski (PL), D. Deák, I. Slavec Gradišnik (SI), J. Hamar, H. Hlôšková, M. Hubina (TH), U. Kockel (GB), E. Krekovičová, M. Šimša (CZ), S. Pack (USA), V. Penčev (BG), D. Radojičić (RS), K. Roth (DE), P. Salner, D. Torsello (IT), Z. Uherek (CZ), J. S. Uzeneva (RU), H. Wulff (SE)
Ľ. Voľanská (main editor), T. Zachar Podolinská (deputy editor), S. G. Lutherová (editor), V. Potančok (editor)