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Slovo 2023 Autumn Issue Out Now!

Posted by Slovo Journal on 2024-02-26

The Slovo Autumn Issue is out now! Completing our 36th volume, the Slovo Editorial Team are pleased to announce the launch of the Autumn 2023 issue of Slovo!We are proud to once again showcase exemplary interdisciplinary postgraduate and early career research on Eastern and Central European, Russian and Central Asian culture and affairs. In this issue;Expressive Interrogative Sentences [...]

Slovo Spotlight: Interview with Editor-in-Chief Ekaterina Dudakova

Posted by Slovo on 2023-11-15

In the lead up to handing over to the next Slovo Editorial Team, we are running a series of interviews with the current team about the ins and outs of their role and their experience working at Slovo. Applications are open now until 23:59 on the 16th November. Apply through this link. We can't wait to read your applications!In this final Slovo Spotlight, we end with a discussion with [...]

Slovo Spotlight: Interview with Online Editor Phoebe Hardingham

Posted by Slovo on 2023-11-14

In the lead up to handing over to the next Slovo Editorial Team, we are running a series of interviews with the current team about the ins and outs of their role and their experience working at Slovo. Applications are open now until 23:59 on the 16th November. Apply through this link. We can't wait to read your applications!In this blog post, Slovo’s Online Editor interviews herself about [...]

Slovo Spotlight: Interview with EDI Manager Tereza Michalkova

Posted by Slovo on 2023-11-13

In the lead up to handing over to the next Slovo Editorial Team, we are running a series of interviews with the current team about the ins and outs of their role and their experience working at Slovo. Applications are open now until 23:59 on the 16th November. Apply through this link. We can't wait to read your applications!Following our interview with Typesetter Kexin Cui, in which we [...]


About Slovo

Slovo is an interdisciplinary, postgraduate peer-reviewed academic journal, entirely managed and edited by postgraduate students at the University College London's School of Slavonic and East European Studies. It is dedicated to the study of the political, social, economic, and cultural affairs of Russia, Central and Eastern Europe, and Central Asia. Outside peer reviewers work in tandem with the Slovo Editorial Board.

The journal is published online on a biannual basis.

Slovo is committed to pursuing equity and inclusivity in all aspects of our work. We believe that good research is diverse, inclusive, and accessible. We stand in solidarity with those experiencing oppression and discrimination and will do everything we can to ensure our work does not reinforce inequality. You can read our full statement on inclusion at Slovo here.