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Croatian Studies Review

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The CROATIAN STUDIES REVIEW is a peer-refereed multidisciplinary journal with an international editorial board. The Journal focuses on issues dealing with Croatian culture, language, linguistics, history, art, literature, migration, identity, transnational and postcolonial studies, Croatians in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatian minorities in European countries (Hungary, Slovenia, Slovakia, Romania, Serbia, Macedonia, Montenegro, and Italy) and Croatian communities in other European countries as well as overseas countries. Preferred language is English. Papers may also be accepted for publication in Croatian, French, Italian and German after consultation with the Editors. Book reviews are always welcome. The journal is included in CEEOL (Central and Eastern European Online Library) depository and is also indexed in Ulrichsweb global serials directory. Editors-in-Chief Jasna Novak Milić (Macquarie University, Sydney) Luka Budak (Macquarie University, Sydney) Editors: Dr Danijel Džino (Macquarie University, Sydney) Dr Jim Hlavač (Monash University, Melbourne) Published by: Croatian Studies Centre, Macquarie University Sydney

  • Peer review: peer review, equally national and international peer review, all papers, double blind review, double
  • First year of publication: 1997.
  • Frequency (annually): 1
  • Scientific disciplines and subdisciplines: Literature, Ethnology and Anthropology, History, Social Sciences, Humanistic Sciences, Demography, Sociology, Art of Music, Theater Arts (Performing and Media Arts), Philosophy, Interdisciplinary Social Sciences
  • Date added to HRČAK: 14.03.2011.
  • Rights: Croatian Studies Review is an Open Access journal. All content is made freely available. Users are allowed to copy and redistribute, and alter, transform, or build upon the material as long as they attribute the source in an appropriate manner.