About the Journal

Studia Romanistica

ISSN 1803-6406 (Print)
ISSN 2571-0265 (Online)

Studia Romanistica is a scholarly journal that publishes original, previously unpublished studies on the linguistics, translation, literature and culture of the Romance countries, particularly from the French-, Spanish- and Italian-speaking areas. It also publishes reviews of scientific publications and reports on conferences and important events of a scientific nature from these fields.

Contributions are published in Spanish, French, Italian and possibly in other Romance languages; in case of comparative studies also in combination with Czech or Slovak. They are accompanied with two abstracts: one in the language of the study, and one in English.

Contributions are submitted to an anonymous peer review process, where the editorial board requires at least two independent reviews. In the event of a significant disagreement between the reviewers, a third review may be requested. The reviewers are selected from a workplace different from the workplace of the author of the paper.

Studia Romanistica is a continuation of the collected papers of the same name, published by the Department of Romance Studies in Ostrava since 1995 (Acta Facultatis Philosophicae Universitatis Ostraviensis). The collected papers were published annually since the second volume, published in 2002. Since 2009, Studia Romanistica has been published twice a year, under ISSN 1803-6406. The journal is included in the databases of scientific journals ERIH PLUS, EBSCO, MIAR and Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ). All articles published in the journal have a DOI identifier.

There are no fees for submitting, processing and publishing the manuscript. All contents are available free of charge. Users may read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, and refer to full-text articles in this journal, without prior permission of the publisher or the author.

Updated: 10. 02. 2022