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CONTEXTS: Serbian-Hungarian Literary and Cultural Inter-Relations (II) (edited by Marko Čudić)

Zoltán Virág
The Almost Identical Other: The South Slavic Context of Endre Ady’s Oeuvre

István Ladanyi
Literary Translation and Cultural Identity in the Early Years of the Periodical Új Symposion (1965– 1971)

(CRITICAL) REVIEWS AND NOTES:

Maja Medan
New Readings of Šantić’s Lyric Oeuvre (Pesničke teme i poetički modeli Alekse Šantića. Zbornik radova [Poetry Themes and Poetic Models of Aleksa Šantić. A Collection of Papers] Eds. Jovan Delić, Bojan Čolak. Beograd – Trebinje: Institut za književnost i umetnost – Dučićeve večeri poezije, 2017)

Miloš Jocić
Literature as Virtual Reality (Dž. Hilis Miler, O književnosti [J. Hillis Miller, On Literature]. Beograd: Službeni glasnik, 2017)

Jelena Marićević
A Story Character (Marko Nedić, Povratak priči. Ogledi o savremenoj srpskoj proziReturn to the Story. Essays on the Contemporary Serbian Fiction]. Novi Sad: Akademska knjiga, 2017)

Časlav V. Nikolić
Personality (Slobodan Vladušić, Književnost i komentari [Literature and Commentaries]. Beograd, Službeni glasnik, 2017)

Pavle Popović’s Anniversary (Naučni skup “Periodizacija nove srpske književnosti” [Academic Conference “The Periodization of the Newer Serbian Literature”], Srpska akademija nauka i umetnosti, Odeljenje jezika i književnosti, Belgrade, April 25–26, 2018)

Academic Conference Dedicated to Tin Ujević (Međunarodni naučni skup “Avangarda, angažman i revolucija u delu Tina Ujevića” [International Academic Conference “Avant-garde, Activism, and Revolution in the Works of Tin Ujević”], Institut za književnost i umetnost, Belgrade, May 31–June 1, 2018)

  • Mission
    Literary History, as one of the leading scientific journals in Serbia, represents a place for presentment outstanding scientific results and innovative interdisciplinary researches. It also helps strengthening international cooperation in a field of science, literature and slavistic studies, as well as improving standards and quality of academic writing in country and abroad. The editorial board pays special attention to the transparency principle of authors' work.
    In 2015, Literary History was included in the international ERIH PLUS list (European Reference Index for the Humanities and Social Sciences), and, apart from the satisfaction of this achievement, this obliges us to adhere to new, more demanding standards of editing, proofreading and publication itself. The requirement to publish at least a third of our texts in other languages is only one of those standards, but a particularly important one. Since june 2017, journal is included in CEEOL.
    With the intention to further improve the quality of texts and contributions on offer, the editorial board of Literary History has added new text categories to the usual, partially renewed columns (Studies, Essays, Contributions; Terminology Guide; [Critical] Reviews and Notes). Within the framework of new categories, particular attention will be devoted to the publishing of thematic sections and problem-oriented texts. Readings of Tradition and The Heritage of Modernism are intended for contemporary insights into the literary heritage of previous centuries, i.e. a recapitulation of the literary heterogeneous and in a way still “living“ twentieth century, while Contexts will publish selected papers with a comparative, intercultural and multimedia approach. The section titled In Focus is set apart for scientific discussion of issues of particular importance for the scientific and the broader cultural public.

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    Literary History is an Open Access Journal and all its articles can be downloaded free of charge and used in accordance with the license that is published below each published article. This journal provides immediate Open Access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge. Literary History encourage readers, authors and librarians to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of its articles and allow wider readership to use them for scietific purpose. The journal does not charge any fees at submission, reviewing, and production.
  • ISSN 0350-6428
    UDK 82
    COBISS.SR-ID 55823

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