European Journal of Scandinavian Studies

European Journal of Scandinavian Studies is a peer-reviewed journal in Scandinavian studies with the subareas of modern literature and cultural studies (including media studies), medieval studies and linguistics. Articles are published in English, German, Norwegian, Danish or Swedish.

Aims and scope: “The journal EJSS is understood as the main journal for Scandinavian studies in Europe. It is encompasses the three main branches of Scandinavian studies: Ancient Literature Studies and Language History, New Literature Studies, and Linguistics. Articles dealing with other areas of studies are published as well, provided that they exclusively correspond with Scandinavia.”

Frequency: 1–2 issues per year

Launched: 2010 (formerly: Skandinavistik)

Peer reviewed: yes, double-blind review

Open access: yes

Languages: English, German, Norwegian, Danish, Swedish

Genres: research article, book review, annotation (abstract of a completed doctoral thesis)

Length of research articles: max. 2,600 characters

Reference style: MLA style

Book reviews: yes

Publisher: De Gruyter 

Venue of publication: Kiel

Publication level: 1 in Finland


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