is a peer reviewed quarterly journal of the Institute of Eastern Slavonic Studies of the University of Warmia and Mazury
The journal is listed in the register of ranked scholarly journals and granted 13 points by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education.
The “Acta Polono-Ruthenica” journal has been published continuously since 1996. It was founded by Professor Ryszard Łużny who during a panel discussion “Polish-Eastern Slavonic cultural, literary and linguistic relationships as a research task”, organized within the confines of the 5th International Scientific Conference (7–9 October 1993) by the Department of Eastern Slavonic Studies of the Pedagogical Institute in Olsztyn, expressed the need to continue, develop and intensify the research in the field of broadly-understood Polish-Eastern Slavonic cultural relations, preserving their multi-faceted and interdisciplinary character (“Acta Polono-Ruthenica” 1996, No. 1, p. 3).
Today the journal regularly publishes papers by eminent Slavonic studies specialists from leading Polish and foreign universities who present their research in Polish, Belarusian, Ukrainian and Russian which contributes to the international circulation of knowledge.
The journal “Acta Polono-Ruthenica” publishes original research articles and reviews. Scope of the journal includes Polish-Eastern Slavonic cultural, literary and linguistic relationships, with a particular focus on the Belarusian, Russian and Ukrainian literature.
According to the profile of scientific research carried out by the Institute of Eastern Slavonic Studies, the journal “Acta Polono-Ruthenica” includes articles devoted to the literary and specialist translation.
The main sections of the journal:
- Literary Studies
- Culture Studies
An important part of the journal is its review section as well as the section containing reports.
Abstracts of articles published in “Acta Polono-Ruthenica” can be found in:
- The Central European Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities
- Index Copernicus
- ERIH PLUS
The journal is available electronically and in print. Basic version of the journal: printed.