Slovene Studies: Journal of the Society for Slovene Studies (the continuation of Papers in Slovene Studies, 1973-78, and of the Society for Slovene Studies Newsletter, 1973-78) is published by the Society for Slovene Studies. Slovene Studies is a forum for the expression of a variety of scholarly viewpoints on problems of Slovene literature, linguistics, history, ethnography, and other areas. It welcomes all scholarly contributions concerning Slovene studies and directly-related comparative studies. The views expressed in articles, reviews, and other matter do not reflect the views of the officers of the Society for Slovene Studies or society members.
The complete archive of the journal, 1977 through 2015, is available on line at the University of Washington UW Libraries Journal Hosting site. The archive is searchable. It is free of charge. The three most recent volumes are available in print, by member subscription.
Manuscripts should be submitted for consideration to the editor. Normally, articles should be of no more than 6000 words, and book reviews of between 1000 and 2000 words. Literary translations from Slovene to English are occasionally published in the journal; if these exceed 5000 words, inquiries should be addressed to the editor in advance. For format and style, authors should follow the Chicago Manual of Style (15th ed., 2003). Authors wishing to incorporate tables, diagrams, etc. should contact the editor in advance; they may be asked to bear the extra costs involved.
Editor's contact information: Timothy Pogacar, Shatzel Hall 203, Bowling Green SU, Bowling Green, OH 43403.