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Editorial Comment

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Slovo is a peer-reviewed interdisciplinary academic journal run by postgraduate students at the School of Slavonic and East European Studies, University College London. Spanning across humanities and social sciences, the journal covers all issues concerning Russia, Eurasia, Central and Eastern Europe. While seeking to provide a publishing opportunity both to outstanding young researchers and established academics, Slovo is a unique voice for the regions covered. In our third year as a digital publication, we hope to reach out to a wider audience and to continue sharing our academic discoveries internationally.

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Karetnyk B., (2015) “Editorial Comment”, Slovo 27(1).

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Authors Bryan Karetnyk Mail
Title Editorial Comment
Original file 529-583-1-SM.pdf  2015-05-31
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Submitter A.M. LaVey Mail
Date submitted 2015-05-31
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Status Published    Vol 27, No 1 (2015) Reject and Archive Submission
Initiated 2015-06-10
Last modified 2016-11-02

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Name Bryan Karetnyk Mail
Affiliation University College London
Country United Kingdom
Bio Statement SLOVO Executive Editor
Principal contact for editorial correspondence.

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Title Editorial Comment
 
Abstract

Slovo is a peer-reviewed interdisciplinary academic journal run by postgraduate students at the School of Slavonic and East European Studies, University College London. Spanning across humanities and social sciences, the journal covers all issues concerning Russia, Eurasia, Central and Eastern Europe. While seeking to provide a publishing opportunity both to outstanding young researchers and established academics, Slovo is a unique voice for the regions covered. In our third year as a digital publication, we hope to reach out to a wider audience and to continue sharing our academic discoveries internationally.

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