Link: Croatian, Bosnian, Serbian language journals in the Central and Eastern European Online Library
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We would like to welcome you to take a look at Central and Eastern European
Online Library's development regarding the journals in Croatian, Bosnian,
Serbian languages. The articles in these journals refer to various
subjects, as: sociology, philosophy, politics, ethnology, gender studies,
literature, culture and society, and more.
The Central and Eastern European Online Library www.ceeol.com (CEEOL)is the
sole online database providing electronic access to articles and eBooks on
Central and Eastern European topics. The library has been constantly
developing and in the last six months we added 22 new titles, offering now
more than 100 journals.
The library offers the possibility of institutional subscription and also
pay-per-downloaded article for individual access. Private individual users
can compose their own collection of articles, according to their interest.
You can choose articles from the following journals in Croatian, Bosnian,
Serbian languages in CEEOL (as of June 2004):
Casopis za suvremenu povijest (Journal for Contemporary History)
Published 3 times/year by the Croatian Institute for History in Zagreb,
Croatia. (Coverage in CEEOL: 2002-2004)
Erasmus - casopis za kulturu demokracije (Erasmus)
Bimonthly published by the Erasmus Gilda in Zagreb, Croatia. (Coverage in
CEEOL: 1998). Erasmus was founded in the spring of 1988 in Zagreb, with the
intention of exploring the subjects and questions regarding the development
of democracy in Croatia. The magazine was published by the ERASMUS GUILD,
an independent institute for research and the promotion of peace and
democracy. "Erasmus" united people that dedicated themselves to the
protection of human rights and a free society in Croatia. The magazine has
published work by prominent theorists (sociologists, philosophers,
historians), journalists, writers and publicists.
Fantom slobode (Phantom of Freedom)
Quarterly published by the Durieux Publishing House in Zagreb, Croatia.
(Coverage in CEEOL: 2003). The rationale behind the birth of Phantom of
Freedom was to promote good literature, the literature that by its spirit
and imagination goes against "borders", and boreders are, particularly here
and today, rather too many. In an endless contrasting of national,
geographic, ideological and linguistic differences, similarities are
Weekly published by the Feral Tribune Publishing House in Split, Croatia.
(Coverage in CEEOL: 2001- 2002). From 1990 to 1993 FERAL TRIBUNE was
published as a satirical supplement of the then independent Split-Based
daily Slobodna Dalmacija, shocking new nationalistic authorities with
satirical articles and photo-collages ridiculing stupidity of warlords and
prominent political leaders of the so-called young Croatian democracy.
Filozofska istrazivanja (Philosophical Research)
Quarterly published by the Croatian Philosophical Society in Zagreb,
Croatia. (Coverage in CEEOL: 2003- 2004). Filozofska istrazivanja was
founded in 1980, as quarterly journal for philosophical research. 89 issues
have been published until 2003.
Kruh i ruze (Bread and Roses)
Quarterly published by the Women's Infotheque in Zagreb, Croatia. (Coverage
in CEEOL: 2003-2004). Since 1994 Zenska infoteka publishes the magazine
Kruh i ruze (Bread and Roses) in order to bring knowledge, experiences and
new theoretical perspectives to the widest possible audience in Croatia,
but also in former Yugoslav republics. With our magazine, we try to
contribute to critical discussion on broad spectrum of issues related to
status of women and gender related problems in Croatia but also in general.
Migration and Ethnic Themes (Migracijske i etnicke teme)
Quarterly published by the Institute for migration and ethnic studies in
Zagreb, Croatia. (Coverage in CEEOL: 2004). The journal Migracijske i
etnicke teme primarily publishes scientific articles in a wide range of
fields relating to migration, ethnicity and identity problems in social
sciences and humanities (sociology, anthropology, history, demography,
social geography, psychology, political science, economics, legal sciences,
linguistics, etc.), as well as in interdisciplinary frameworks. The journal
publishes also other contributions of scientific and professional interest:
essays, professional papers, commentaries, reviews and book reports, notes
on scientific meetings, etc.
Most - Knjizevna Revija (The Bridge - Literary Magazine)
Quarterly published by the Association of Croatian Writers in Zagreb,
Croatia. (Coverage in CEEOL: 2000- 2002). "The Bridge Literary Magazine is
a journal of the Association of Croatian Writers. On the pages of The
Bridge Literary Magazine you will discover Croatia's past and understand
its present. The pages of The Bridge will draw you closer to Croatian
literature. In forthcoming issues, The Bridge will carry several regular
features and sections, but there will also be special numbers on the
Croatian literary heritage, recent fiction, new plays, contemporary poetry
and the literature written by Croats abroad".
Narodna umjetnost - Hrvatski casopis za etnologiju i folkloristiku (Folks
Art - Croatian Journal of Ethnology and Folklore Research)
Semiannual journal published by the Institute of ethnology and folklore
research in Zagreb, Croatia. (Coverage in CEEOL: 2002-2003). Narodna
umjetnost was first published in 1962 as the annual published journal of
the Institute of Folk Art in Zagreb (now the Institute of Ethnology and
Politicka Misao (Political Thought)
Quarterly published by the Faculty for Political Science at Zagreb
University in Zagreb, Croatia. (Coverage in CEEOL: 1992-1993, 1996-2003)
Politicka Misao was the first magazine for political sciences in former
Yugoslavia and Eastern Europe. It was founded in 1964 and for thirty years
has published scientific contributions and analytical texts on political
development in Eastern European countries. Since 1992, the magazine has
published a special English edition and has started focusing on the current
political situation in Croatia, through a thematic approach. It offers
reviews and analyses of foreign books on political theory in Eastern Europe
Umjetnost rijeci (Word Art)
Quarterly published by the Croatian Philological Association in Zagreb,
Croatia. (Coverage in CEEOL: 1997-2003). "Umjetnost rijeci, Journal for
literature science, issues original science works, reviews, reports from
science lectures (chronicles) and literature and science bibliographies".
Annual journal published by the Institute for History in Sarajevo, Bosnia
and Herzegovina. (Coverage in CEEOL: 2002-2003).
Quarterly published by the J.U. Javna biblioteka "Alija Isakovic", Gradacac
in Gradacac/Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina. (Coverage in CEEOL: 1998-2003).
"Diwan" was founded in 1998 in Gradacac, and was conceived as an annual
newsletter-almanac that would publish contributions from the Gradacac
Literary Meetings (Kikic's Meetings): literary works of affirmed writers
and literary theoreticians, as well as those of upcoming writers and works
related to librarianship.
NOVI IZRAZ, casopis za knjizevnu i umjetnicku kritiku (NEW EXPRESSION
magazine for literature and art critics)
Quarterly published by the P.E.N. Center of Bosnia-Herzegovina in Sarajevo,
Bosnia and Herzegovina. (Coverage in CEEOL: 2004). It is almost 45 years
since the first issue of the well-known Sarajevo magazine "Izraz" was
published. Its successor "Novi Izraz" follows in the noblest tradition of
its founder Professor Midhat Begic. The magazine was launched back in 1957,
since when it existed as the only monthly in the former Yugoslavia intended
exclusively for literary and art reviews.
Rec (The Word)
Monthly published by the "B92" in Beograd, Serbia and Montenegro. (Coverage
in CEEOL: 1999). The Belgrade magazine for literature and culture "Rec", is
the most outstanding literary journal of its kind in the Serbian language.
Quarterly published by the Center for Multiculturality in Novi Sad, Serbia
and Montenegro. (Coverage in CEEOL: 2000).
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