Academic journal article East European Quarterly

Ave Atque Vale!

Academic journal article East European Quarterly

Ave Atque Vale!

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The East European Quarterly was conceived, some forty years ago, during the early years of "detente" and "peaceful co-existence." It was conceived as a means of providing a channel for the resumption of serious research and meaningful dialogue among scholars East and West, through publication of significant contributions to the field of East European history, sociology, economics, literature and other social sciences.

Our publication sought the collaboration and support of all scholars, young and old, devoted to the attainment of the goals of the journal in the spirit of true scholarship and mutual respect. From modest beginnings, in 1967, and for the following forty-two years, nearly one thousand articles by scholars young and old from throughout the world appeared in the Quarterly. Moreover, the offshoot of the East European Quarterly, the East European Monograph Series of scholarly studies on, or related to, East Central and Southeastern Europe, now comprises nearly 800 volumes produces by members of the international scholarly community.

The gradual evolution of scholarship and scholarly journals published in English in the member countries of the European Union and the corollary decline in the number of journals which had been published during the "Cold War" and the transition years in Western Europe, the United States and Canada as well as the declining numbers of centers for Soviet and East European studies, has affected the East European Quarterly both in terms of contributors and subscribers. …

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