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Aims & scope of the journal
Journal “Comparative Studies” has been issued annually by Daugavpils University (Latvia) since 2008. Journal “Comparative Studies” has entered into an electronic licensing relationship with EBSCO Publishing and IC Journal Master List. The papers are anonymously peer-reviewed and published upon positive evaluation.
The journal “Comparative Studies” is a peer-reviewed journal that promotes comparative studies and culture criticism as methodological approach in the humanities and cultural studies. The main purpose of the journal is to publish original papers dealing with issues of regional, national, glocal and global aspects of culture, literature, art, theatre, music, small, minor and big literatures, identity, hybridity, migration, cross-cultural, post-colonial and gender studies in a comparative perspective.
- “Communication as ‘Translatio’ : Nordic Baltic – Russian Cultural Dialogues” (Vol. I (1), 2008) (PDF, 2.3 Mb)
- “Latgale as Cultural Borderzone” (Vol. II (1), 2009) (PDF, 3.6 Mb)
- “The Memoirs of the 20th Century: Nordic and Baltic Experience” (Vol. III (2), 2010) (PDF, 3.3 Mb)
- “Nature and Culture” (Vol.IV (1), 2012) (PDF, 4.3 Mb)
- “Landscape and Culture” (Vol. V (2), 2013) (PDF, 15.7 Mb)
- “Cemeteries in Cross-border Regions. Vita Memoriae” (Vol. VI (2), (2014) 2015) (PDF, 20.4 Mb)
- “Human in Literature and Culture: Interdisciplinary Perspective” (Vol. VII (3), 2016) (PDF, 15,3 Mb)
Žurnāls iekļauts Thomson Reuters Web of Science datu bāzē
Dr. philol. prof. Maija Burima
Phone number: +37165424238
Address: Vienības street 13 – 314, Daugavpils, LV-5401, Latvia