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“Acta Museologica Lithuanica” is a periodical interdisciplinary peer-reviewed scholarly journal founded in 2013. It is the first scientific journal in Lithuania dedicated to museology. Articles published in this journal have not been published anywhere else and cover themes such as: history of museums, collecting and musealization; museum collecting, storage, research, record keeping, preservation, conservation and restoration; theoretical museology and metamuseology; museum expositions and exhibition, communication of immovable cultural heritage, virtual museums and the use of digital technologies in museums; museum education and communication; museum management and museum policy. Journal also publishes museological scientific research and sources, scientific reviews of new books, museum expositions and exhibition.
The publisher of the journal is the Museology Department of the Faculty of Communication of Vilnius University. The journal is issued in an electronic format (PDF or 3D PDF). The use of 3D PDF technology is revolutionising the way in which the journal is published. Due to 3D PDF format, articles can feature not only static pictures but also visual and sound effects, virtual reality pictures, 3D scanning images and other multimedia objects. In terms of innovative technologies, the scholarly journal “Acta Museologica Lithuanica” is the only one of this kind in Europe. Some issues of the journal (ones that do not contain multimedia components) can be issued in a printed form as well.
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Acta Paedagogica Vilnensia is a peer-reviewed journal with rigorous academic standards for selection of publications. The journal publishes original empirical and theoretical studies and analyses in education that constitute significant contributions to the understanding and/or improvement of educational processes.
Acta Paedagogica Vilnensia is also open for interdisciplinary debates and publishes papers on contemporary issues, such as pedagogy of difference, gender education, non-formal education, media education, sustainable development, cultural minorities in education, etc. Current education-related issues and problems are explored also from sociological, anthropological, psychological, and other perspectives.

The journal publishes papers and reviews written in Lithuanian or English.
The journal is regularly published twice a year.

Abstracting and indexing services:
Central and Eastern European Online Library – C.E.E.O.L;
EBSCO (Current Abstracts, Education Research Com¬plete, Education Research Index, Toc Premier);
MLA International Bibliography.
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Archaeologia Lituana is an international, annual peer-reviewed scientific journal, published periodically by the Department of Archeology at the Faculty of History, Vilnius University, since 1999. The target audience of the journal includes Lithuanian and international research community, staff of mu-seums and heritage institutions, students of archeology and people interested in archeology and prehisto-ry. The authors of the articles are archeologists from Lithuania, the Baltic region and other European and other countries. The journal publishes original scientific articles focusing on the history, theory and meth-odology of archeology as well as other issues, including data of researched objects. Considerable attention is devoted to the issues of Baltic identity, new research and discoveries and the publication of yet un-published findings of previous research which is significant to Lithuanian and Baltic archeology. The journal also welcomes submissions of articles analysing the results of interdisciplinary research and ap-plication of new methods in archeology.

Archaeologia Lituana is included in Humanities International Index (EBSCOhost) international da-tabase. This journal has an annex – a monograph series Archaeologia Lituana monographs.

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The Baltic Journal of Political Science is a peer-reviewed scholarly journal published by the Institute of International Relations and Political Science of Vilnius University. The journal geographically focuses on the Baltic Sea area (in particular on the Baltic states) and provides a platform for theoretical and empirical research papers and book reviews of researchers, academicians, professionals, and promising students on political theory, comparative politics, international relations and public policy. The journal aims to sustain a wide profile of scientific publications delivering rigorous analytical insights into contempo­rary political phenomena in the region and to be ranked as a regular and high-quality academic periodical. The BJPS reaches out for academic community and political practitioners and offers ample opportunities for scholarly visibility and potential impact. The journal welcomes article proposals and book reviews related to different facets of the aforementioned scientific fields of political science and thematically similar disciplines. Proposals undergo a blind peer-review process (two anonymous reviewers) by scholars established in their respective fields. Authors and co-authors will receive a copy of the journal with their article. The journal is published in print version.
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"Informacijos mokslai" is a national scientific journal that covers wide range of topics from information and communication field: topics of information and knowledge society, its legislative, technological cultural and economic problems, information and knowledge management questions, theoretical and practical researches on organisational communication management, investigations of media management, media culture, international and intercultural communication. Only original scholarly articles and surveys discussing all kinds of problems of communication and information, book reviews and academic chronicles could be accepted and published.

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Print ISSN: 1392–1517
Online ISSN: 2029–8315

Aims and Scope

The journal of linguistics Kalbotyra focuses on research into various aspects of language studies as well as the ones addressing cross-linguistic issues. It appears annually and regularly. The journal publishes articles, reviews of books and reports of conferences. Proceedings of conferences are also invited.  The contributions are accepted for publication in English, French,  German and Lithuanian. All contributions are reviewed by at least two anonymous referees following the double blind refereeing procedure.

Indexing/abstracting

The journal has been indexed/abstracted/covered in:

  • Bibliography of Linguistic Literature
  • CEEOL
  • DOAJ (Directory of Open Access Journals)
  • EBSCO Communication & Mass Media Complete
  • EBSCO Communication Source
  • ERIH PLUS
  • Gale
  • HEAL link (Hellenic Academic Libraries Link)
  • Linguistic Bibliography (Online) BRILL
  • Linguistics Abstracts Online
  • Lituanistika
  • MLA International Bibliography
  • MLA Directory of Periodicals
  • National Institute of Standards and Technology Virtual Library
  • Primo Central (ExLibris)
  • ProQuest
  • Russian Academy of Sciences Bibliographies (EBSCO)
  • TOC Premier (EBSCO)
  • Ulrichs Web
  • Universitatsbibliothek Regensburg
  • WorldCat

Open Access and Copyright

Kalbotyra is an open access journal which means that all content is freely available without charge to the user or his/her institution. Users are allowed to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of the articles in this journal without asking prior permission from the publisher or the author. This is in accordance with the BOAI definition of open access. The journal does not charge article processing charges or submission charges.

Articles published in Kalbotyra are distributed under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 License (CC BY-NC 4.0).

The journal has been published since 1958.

Deadline for submission to special issue of Kalbotyra 68 (Modality and evidentiality in European languages) is March 31, 2016.

The publication of Kalbotyra 67 has been funded by the Research Council of Lithuania (reg. Nr. LEI-15085).

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The journal publishes scholarly works in book research and the wider range of disciplines within social sciences and humanities (e.g., theory and methodology of book science; book history; book sociology; publishing research; bibliophilia; book culture; bibliography; library science; reading science; book art; history of writing; epigraphy; manuscript, printed, and digital heritage; documentation research; archival and records management issues; biographistics, etc.) devoted to the object related to that of the Book Science.
The editorial board of “Knygotyra” draws your attention to some regulations on presentation of the material. The article should include the elements required in any research publication: the goal and objectives of research, description of theoretical framework and methodology, historiography of the problem or earlier research review, results of research, discussion, conclusions, and lists of references and sources. The article or publication should be appr. 22-24 typed pages (1,5 lines spacing, or appr. 40 000 characters with space), surveys – appr. 12 pages. The short abstract of the article (till 1300 characters with space) and key words must be presented at the beginning of the article. The summary of 30-50 lines in English should be attached to the manuscript (it will be translated to Lithuanian language). The notes and references to the text are given in footnotes (check the style of references to the literature further down). The short data about author should be presented on a separate sheet.

  • “Knygotyra” requires authors to follow the general research ethics and the Code of Ethics of Vilnius University.
  • Authors of the accepted articles are also expected to sign the Licence Agreement regulating rights and obligations of the author and the publisher, and to certify that the paper is original and was not published before. The copyright of the journal and the publication texts belongs to Vilnius University according to a signed publication agreement. During the first three years of validity the licence shall be exclusive, while during the remaining period of validity it shall be non-exclusive. The names and other data of the authors and co-workers of “Knygotyra” are used exclusively for the stated purposes of this journal and will not be made available to any other purpose of the third party.
  • Each article is assessed by two reviewers. The Editorial Board ensures the objectivity and fairness of the peer review process. Despite the kind assistance of the experienced referees, the journal’s editorial board is not in a position to thoroughly compare all the submitted papers with the vast totality of information and communication research texts, therefore the originality of the papers is at the sole responsibility of the authors. In case plagiarised material is revealed in any of the published papers, the editorial board will make a public notice to its readers. 

Visiting address

Editorial board of “Knygotyra”
Faculty of Communication
Vilnius University
Saulėtekio al. 9, building 1, room 502
Vilnius, Lithuania 

Mailing address

Editing board of “Knygotyra”
Faculty of Communication
Vilnius University
Universiteto 3
LT-01513 Vilnius
Lithuania
Tel. (370 5) 236 61 11, 236 61 12

E-mail:          
domas.kaunas@kf.vu.lt
ausra.navickiene@kf.vu.lt
elena.maceviciute@kf.vu.lt
alma.braziuniene@kf.vu.lt 

References in “Knygotyra” 

References in “Knygotyra” should meet the requirements of the international standard ISO 690:1987 (E) Documents. Bibliographic references. Contents, format, and structure and a Lithuanian standard LST ISO 690-2:1999 and should be presented in footnotes. It is recommended to use only mandatory data elements in the references. When the book or the article was already quoted, reference includes only name of the author, beginning of the title and quoted page(s). The full-scale list of bibliographic references should be presented in an alphabetic order at the end of the article and numbered consequently. The articles using other systems of referencing are not accepted. 

EXEMPLES 

  • Monograph 

THOMPSON, John B. Merchants of Culture: Publishing Business in the Twenty-first Century. 2nded. Cambridge (UK): Polity, 2012. 441 p. ISBN 978-0-7456-6106-3

  • Article in the monograph 

GAMBIER, Yves. Translation Studies: A Succession of Paradoxes. In SCHÄFFNER, Christina (ed.). Translation Research and Interpreting Research. Traditions, Gaps and Synergies. Clevedon: Multilingual Matters, 2004, p. 62–70. 

  • Article in serials 

ELIOT, Simon. Has Book History a Future? Knygotyra, 2010, t. 54, p. 9–18. ISSN 0204-2061. 

MANGEN, Anne; WALGERMO, Bente R.; BRONNICK, Kolbjorn. Reading Linear Texts on Paper Versus Computer Screen: Effects on Reading Comprehension. International Journal on Educational Research, 2013, vol. 58, p. 61–68. 

  • Article in electronic monograph, database, computer software 

The Law of Cultural Autonomy. In The History of Jewish Community and Holocaust in Estonia: virtual exhibition [interactive].Tallinn:EstonianHistoryMuseum, 2014 [accessed 28 November 2015]. Access through Internet: ˂http://www.ajaloomuuseum.ee/juudikogukond/the-law-of-cultural-autonomy/˃. 

  • Reference to manuscripts 

Letter of Eduards Freimanis to Aina Zemdega on 8 February 1990, Edmonton. National Archive of Latvia, Coll. 1882, Inv. 1, F 64, p. 6–7. 

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The Lithuanian Language 

ISSN: 1822-525X 

Aims and scope
The Lithuanian Language is an international peer-reviewed linguistic  journal that publishes research on all core aspects of the Lithuanian language including phonetics and phonology, morphology and syntax, lexis and discourse, semantics and pragmatics. The journal welcomes contributions that present empirical findings,  as well as those that discuss theoretical issues or report on the development of methodological frameworks.The Lithuanian Language publishes research articles,  critical book reviews, review articles, and conceptual articles.

The Lithuanian Language is an online- only  journal that appears annually and regularly.

The journal publishes articles in English, French, German, Lithuanian and Russian.  The journal uses a double blind peer-review  policy, each manuscript is reviewed by at least two referees (one of whom is a member of the Editorial Board). Referees normally submit their reviews within one month after receiving the manuscript.

Abstracting / indexing:

• ERIH PLUS since 2007
• EBSCOhost (MLA) since 2007
• Gale (MLA) since 2007
• Linguistic Bibliography (Online) (Brill) since 2007
• Lituanistikasince 2007
• MLA  Directory of Periodicals sinode 2007
• MLA International Bibliography since 2007
• Primo Central (ExLibris) (MLA) since 2007
• ProQuest (MLA) since 2007
• Ulrichs Web since 2011

Open Access and Copyrights
To ensure worldwide research dissemination, the readers are provided with open access to the journal content.  Users are allowed to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of the articles in this journal without asking prior permission from the publisher or the author. This is in accordance with the BOAI definition of open access. The journal does not charge article processing charges or submission charges.

Articles published in The Lithuanian Language are distributed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 License (CC BY-NC 4.0).

Journal History
The Lithuanian Language was established after receiving a grant from The Lithuanian State Science and Studies Foundation (2006–2007) for the scientific project “Electronic science journal The Lithuanian Language.” Project partners included Vilnius University, Klaipėda University, and the Institute of the Lithuanian Language. The first issue of the journal was released during the second year of the project (in 2007) and contained five articles.The first Editor-in-Chief of the journal was Associate Professor Antanas Smetona (2007 – November 07, 2008), succeeded by Associate Professor Artūras Judžentis (November 07, 2008 – January 04, 2013). The present Editor-in-Chief is  Professor Irena Smetonienė, approved by Vilnius University Senate Resolution No SK-2013-7-5.

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“Lietuvos chirurgija” (“Lithuanian Surgery”) is a peer-reviewed journal of the Association of Lithuanian Surgeons, the Lithuanian Association for Wound Care, the Lithuanian Association for Ambulatory Surgery, the Lithuanian Society of Endoscopists, the Lithuanian Society of Cardiothoracic Surgeons, the Lithuanian Society of Coloproctologists, the Lithuanian Society of Vascular Surgeons, the Lithuanian Society for Minimal Invasine Surgery, the Lithuanian Society of Neurosurgeons, the Lithuanian Society of Oncologists, the Lithuanian Society of Pathologists, the Lithuanian Society for Hand Surgery and Hand Rehabilitation, the Lithuanian Society of Traumatologists and Orthopedic Surgeons, the Lithuanian Society of Urologists, the Lithuanian Society of Paediatric Surgery, the Lithuanian Society of Maxillofacial Surgeons, the Lithuanian Society of Vertebrologists, Vilnius Surgical Society, Kaunas Region Surgical Society, Klaipėda Region Surgical Society, Šiauliai Region Surgical Society, Panevėžys Region Surgical Society. It has been designed to meet the need for a rapid spreading of new and important information on the theory and practice of surgery and related sciences. The journal provides a rapidpublication of original papers that contribute to knowledge in the fields of clinical surgery, experimental surgery and related sciences.

The contributions are accepted in Lithuanian and English. The journal “Lietuvos chirurgija” is an offificial periodical (quarterly) scientific publication of the Lithuanian Republic. Selection of papers for publication is based on the opinion of highly qualified reviewers who are supporters, consultants or members of the Editorial Board and the International Advisory Board.

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"Lietuvos istorijos studijos" (Studies of Lithuania's History) is a periodical publication issued by the historians of Vilnius university. The periodical publishes information on the latest research conducted by history researchers; it also provides information which once faded into oblivion and was discovered anew, such as historical documents, memoirs and writings by historians of the former epochs. The journal covers topics of sociocultural and political history, cultural anthropology, heritage conservation and archaeology.

The journal also publishes scientific articles and lectures by foreign historians, the aim of which is to investigate the past of the Lithuanian nation and its historical development. Besides, the periodical carries introductions and reviews on the latest scientific research on Lithuania, conducted both in in our country and elsewhere; it publishes the chronicle of the academic life at Vilnius university and of the academic activities of relations.

Attempts are undertaken to embrace the whole entirety of Lithuania’s history and culture in "Lietuvos istorijos studijos". The periodical focuses on such issues, as the development of Lithuania’s statehood, material and spiritual culture, as well as interaction between Lithuania and other countries. Lithuania’s position in the world civilization is reflected upon. Furthermore, the publication sheds light on various discussions, a wide range of opinions and evaluations, as well as unique insights.

The periodical "Lietuvos istorijos studijos" provides relevant scientific and cognitive information to all those interested in the past and the present times of the Lithuanian nation, emigraton, the history of the relations between the emigrees and their native country, general issues of civilization, the development of civilization culture, international relations, etc. The publication presents a unique opportunity to get acquainted with the latest publications by prominent researchers of Lithuanian history and the development of historical thought in Lithuania.

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Print ISSN: 0258–0802
Online ISSN: 1648–1143

Aims and Scope

Literatūra is a research journal the aim of which is to publish scholarly and critical articles on Lithuanian and World literatures, and the Classics as well as cultural studies, targeted at scholarly and academic community. It appears annually and regularly (4 issues per year). Each issue is numbered and devoted to the specific subject: Lithuanian literature, the Classics, Russian literature, Western literatures. Each issue consists primarily of research papers/articles in full text. The articles are accepted for publication in English, French, German, Lithuanian and Russian. All contributions are reviewed by at least two anonymous referees following the double blind refereeing procedure.

Indexing/abstracting

The journal has been indexed/abstracted/covered in:

  • CEEOL
  • DOAJ (Directory of Open Access Journals)
  • EBSCO Literary Reference Center Plus
  • ERIH PLUS
  • Gale
  • HEAL link (Hellenic Academic Libraries Link)
  • Lituanistika
  • MLA International Bibliography
  • MLA  Directory of Periodicals
  • National Institute of Standards and Technology Virtual Library
  • Primo Central (ExLibris)
  • ProQuest (per MLA)
  • Russian Academy of Sciences Bibliographies (EBSCO)
  • TOC Premier (EBSCO)
  • Ulrichs Web
  • Universitatsbibliothek Regensburg
  • WorldCat

Open Access and Copyright

Literatūra is an open access journal which means that all content is freely available without charge to the user or his/her institution. Users are allowed to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of the articles in this journal without asking prior permission from the publisher or the author. This is in accordance with the BOAI definition of open access. The journal does not charge article processing charges or submission charges.

Articles published in Literatūra are distributed under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 License (CC BY-NC 4.0).

The journal has been published since 1958.

Cover photo: Frescoes by P. Repšys in the University’s Lithuanian Philology centre.

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Psichologija (Psychology) is the oldest and the only periodical journal in Lithuania dedicated to the topics of all fields of psychology and interdisciplinary research. The journal Pedagogika ir psichologija (Pedagogy and psychology) had been published by Vilnius University from 1962 until 1979, and in 1980 a separate journal Psichologija was established. The journal publishes empirical, analytical and theoretical research papers and reviews written in Lithuanian or English. Submitted manuscripts are subject to anonymous peer-review by two referees. Presently the journal is regularly published twice a year.
The journal Psichologija is included in the List of Lithuanian academic publications recognized in granting scientific degrees approved by the Department of Science and Studies of the Ministry of Education and Science. The distribution and subscriptions of the journal are managed by the Publishing Office of Vilnius Univerisity (e-mail: ld@ld.vu.lt, phone: +370 5 268 70 84).
The journal Psichologija is indexed by
PsycINFO - Journal Coverage List of American Psychological Association
EBSCO database Academic Search Complete
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Respectus Philologicus publishes scholarly articles, translations, reviews, overviews, and discussions of philological research in the region. The focalization of the journal is conduced to closer cooperation on its pages all scholars (linguists, literary critics, philosophers, sociologists, psychologists, historians and anthropologists, etc.) who are interested in different facets of and different language units with world and its place in the life of language community. The journal is supposed to be not only regional but also of interdisciplinary character with linguistics integrating different disciplines. The leading trend is supposed to be the analysis of different discursive practices. Consequently, the journal mainly concentrates on cognitive analysis of discourses (fiction, political, scientific, etc.), cognitive strategies of translation, rhetorical problems of communication, semiotic analysis of a text, analysis of political, social and cultural phenomena in different social environments. The journal is included in the international databases CEEOL (2005), EBSCO (2006), MLA (2007), Index Copernicus (2008), Lithuanian (2011), Linguistic Bibliography Online (2012), Ulrichs (2013). The authors of the journal are from more than 20 countries around the world.

All issues can be found here

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Slavistica Vilnensis is an international yearly scholarly journal of Slavonic linguistics and philology, published by Vilnius University since 1958. Beginning in 1997, the title of the journal has been Slavistica Vilnensis (Kalbotyra (2)). The journal is edited by the staff of the Department of Russian Philology and Centre of Polish Studies at Vilnius University, and is published by the Publishing House of Vilnius University.

The editorial board consists of specialists of Slavonic studies from Lithuania, Poland, Norway, Estonia, the U.S., Germany and Belarus. The journal features articles by Slavic linguists from Lithuania, Russia, Poland, Belarus, the Ukraine, Bulgaria, Estonia, Latvia, Norway, Germany, Croatia, Slovenia, Italy and the U.S., written in Slavic languages, Lithuanian, English and German.

 

Focus and Scope. The journal covers the following topics: Palaeoslavonic studies and Slavic etymology; Baltic-Slavonic linguistic relations; the Slavic heritage of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania; Slavic dialectology; the history and modern situation of Slavic languages; comparative research; training in foreign languages; translation/interpretation; other fields of Slavonic studies. Besides, the journal includes critiques and reviews of Slavonic literature; information and reports about Slavonic symposiums and conferences, academic personalities; specialized Slavonic bibliographies, etc.

Languages. The contributions are accepted for publication in any of the Slavic languages, English, German or Lithuanian.

Peer Review Process. The articles submitted to the journal are reviewed double-blindly by two anonymous peer reviewers (members of the editorial board and/or independent experts). If the opinions of the two reviewers differ, the article is sent to a third reviewer.

Publication Frequency. The journal is published annually.

The journal Slavistica Vilnensis has been indexed in the international databases EBSCO (www.ebsco.com) and Lituanistika (www.lituanistikadb.lt).

Open Access Policy. The journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports the greater global exchange of knowledge. There is no fee to get published in this journal.

 

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Scientific journal STEPP (Social theory, empirics, policy and practice) is published by Vilnius University Department of Social Work since 2001. That is the first scientific journal about social work and social policy in post-communist Lithuania. Original, peer reviewed, scientific articles about social work and social policy are published in the journal. The anonymous peer reviewing of articles started in 2009. The new international editorial board of members from different fields of social sciences was formed in 2013.
The journal is published twice a year. Academics, practitioners and students will find a lot of valuable information about social work and social policy in Lithuania and abroad.
Print ISSN 1648-2425
Online ISSN 2345-0266

The STEPP is indexed in:

  • Central and Eastern European Online Library – C.E.E.O.L.
  • Index Copernicus International - ICI
  • Thomson Reuters - Emerging Sources Citation Index
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Sociologija. Mintis ir veiksmas (Sociology. Thought and Action) is a peer-reviewed, interdisciplinary journal published in Lithuania and dedicated to the critical study of contemporary social and cultural change – including the shifting status of sociology itself – from a variety of perspectives. It covers subjects such as social theory, social research and research methodology, political sociology, gender issues, nationalism, sociology of art, social stratification and social identities. In addition, the journal is open to contributions that engage with wider debates within and across social psychology, philosophy, history, political science and anthropology, and provides a forum for reviews of recently published or translated sociological texts.
Sociologija. Mintis ir veiksmas was founded in 1997. Its working languages are Lithuanian and English – roughly 15% of the contributions are written in English by international authors. The journal, printed bi-annually in July and December each year, follows international editorial conventions and uses the Harvard citation system.
Sociologija. Mintis ir veiksmas is published by the Department of Sociology, Klaipeda University, and the Department of Sociology, Vilnius University.
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Since 1957 Vilnius University Faculty of Law has been publishing periodical journal “VU mokslo darbai. Teisė”. The scientists from all the main institutions of law and education publishes their articles in this journal which represents legal science in Lithuania and abroad. It is released four times a year and has an edition of approximately two hundred copies.
Editorial board of the journal “Teisė” is comprised of active scientists from Lithuania and abroad, representing Vilnius University, Mykolas Romeris University, Institute of Law, Johann Wolfgang Goethe University of Frankfurt on the Main (Germany), Lodz University (Poland), Oslo University (Norway), M. Lomonosov Moscow State University (Russia), L. Gumilyov Eurasian National University (Kazakhstan).
Articles that do not meet formal requirements of the scientific articles, but discuss the urgent problems of today and are relevant to law and lawyers, are published in the special part of the journal “Teisės aktualijos”.
The publication “Teisė” is included in the list of Lithuania’s publications of science that are considered to be sufficient for the recognition of academic degree and have been approved by Department of Science and Studies on the Ministry of Education and Science. Vilnius University has a Publishing Office which is responsible for the distribution and subscription of the journal.
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The reviewed journal has been published by the Institute of Foreign Languages at Vilnius University since 2010.

Its editorial board consists of researchers from Lithuania, Latvia, Italy, France and the USA. The publications by Lithuanian scholars and colleagues from other countries focus on the studies of Germanic, Roman and Slavic languages as well as on issues of education. The journal also reviews books and presents academic events. Another important aim pursued by the editorial board is to promote the idea of multilingualism: to this end, articles are published in English, French, Italian or Russian.

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ISSN 2029-7033
eISSN 2424-3590

Vertimo studijos (Translation Studies) is an annual academic journal that publishes articles covering a wide range of topics concerning translation and interpreting. The goal of the publication is to provide a forum for discussion for Lithuanian and foreign scholars on the theory and practice of translation, to introduce the latest findings in translation research to its readership, to encourage scholarly discussion and seek answers to questions raised in the fields of translation and interpreting. The submitted articles are peer-reviewed and discussed by the members of the Editorial Board. Articles are accepted in Lithuanian, English, German, French and Russian.

Vertimo studijos (Translation Studies) is an open access journal, the content of which is welcome and free of charge to any interested user or institution. Users may read, download, copy, distribute, print, and provide links to the complete texts of the articles in Vertimo studijos without requesting prior permission from the publisher or the author. This is in accordance with the BOAI definition of open access.

The journal has been indexed in:
ERIH PLUS (European Reference Index for the Humanities and Social Sciences)
• MLA Directory of Periodicals
Lituanistika

The journal has been published at Vilnius University, Lithuania, since 2008.

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