ISSN 2029-2112 | eISSN 2669-0497
Aim and Scope. Scandinavistica Vilnensis with its subseries Mokomosios knygos [Books for Study] and Grožinės knygos [Literary Books] was started in 2009 by the Centre for Scandinavian Studies at Vilnius University. This is a series of academic publications (monographs, collections of articles, annotated editions of literary sources), study books (handbooks, textbooks, grammars and dictionaries) and translations of Scandinavian literature that have been worked out and approved by the Centre for Scandinavian Studies. It has an international editorial board, and it may invite guest editors. Books are published by different publishers.
Peer-review. All books in the series are peer-reviewed.
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An issue Texts at Play. The Ludic Aspect of Karen Blixen’s Writings and an issue Shaping the Rings of the Scandinavian Fellowship. Festschrift in Honour of Ērika Sausverde is included in Web of Science Master Book List.
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