ISSN 1648-1143 | eISSN 0258-0802
Focus and scope. Literatūra (Eng. Literature) is an international 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.
Publication frequency - four volumes per year.
Languages. The articles are accepted for publication in English, French, German, Lithuanian and Russian.
Charges. The journal does not charge article processing charges or submission charges.
Sponsors. From 2016 to 2022 publication is funded by the European Social Fund project Publication and Coordination of Scientific Periodicals (together with Lithuanian Academy of Science, project code Nr. 09.3.3-ESFA-V-711-01-0004).
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MLA Directory of Periodicals
MLA International Bibliography
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The journal is a participant of Open Archives Initiative. The Open Archives Initiative Protocol for Metadata Harvesting (OAI-PMH) is a low-barrier mechanism for repository interoperability.
History. The journal has been published since 1958.