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Slověne = Словѣне. International Journal of Slavic Studies

The peer-reviewed and open access journal Slověne = Словѣне is issued by the Institute for Slavic Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences (Moscow) and is dedicated to various aspects of Slavic philology and related fields. The journal is indexed in Web of Science.

Editor-in-chief: Fjodor B. Uspenskij

The editorial board: Iskra Hristova-Shomova, Angel Nikolov, Maria Yovcheva (Bulgaria); Milan Mihaljević, Mate Kapović (Croatia); Václav Čermák (Czech Republic); Roland Marti, Björn Wiemer (Germany); András Zoltán (Hungary); Marcello Garzaniti (Italy); Jos Schaeken (Netherlands); Alexander I. Grishchenko, Ekaterina I. Kislova, Roman N. Krivko, Sergey L. Nikolaev, Maxim M. Makartsev, Philip R. Minlos, Alexander M. Moldovan, Tatiana V. Rozhdestvenskaya, Anatolij A. Turilov, Boris A. Uspenskij, Rev. Mikhail Zheltov (Russia); Jasmina Grković-Major, Tatjana Subotin-Golubović (Serbia); Robert Romanchuk, Alan H. Timberlake, William R. Veder, Alexander Zholkovsky (USA).



Journal Slověne = Словѣне in SCOPUS


Dear Colleagues,

We are happy to inform you that our journal has been accepted for indexing in the international bibliographic database SCOPUS. The following comments are by the reviewer from the Content Selection & Advisory Board of the publishing company Elsevier, which produces this database:

This is a well organized and respected journal, its Editor-in-Chief is well known in the field of Slavic and German Studies, and the review policy, board, and emphasis upon scholarly standards greatly impress. The content of the issues is of a quite high standard; at the same time, it covers the field of Slavistics in a very broad way, both thematically and chronologically. The range of authors is also very wide, including scholars from both Eastern and Western Europe. It could become a very important scholarly venue for the exchange of ideas and methods of specialists in Slavic Studies, especially for Eastern Europe. I would like also to stress the easy accessibility of journal contents and good structure of the Internet site, where all necessary materials could be easily found. There is a weakness, which is the low citation count: this has to change going into the future, but the journal does merit inclusion in SCOPUS.


In order to increase the citation index of our journal, the Editorial Team will strive to improve the requirements for materials submitted and select from those the most worthy and important ones.


In the SCOPUS database itself, the metadata of our issues will be visible later.


Kind regards from Moscow,

The Editorial Team of Slověne = Словѣне. International Journal of Slavic Studies
Posted: 2016-05-16
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Vol 4, No 2 (2015)

p-ISSN 2304-0785
e-ISSN 2305-6754

Editor-in-Chief: Fjodor B. Uspenskij
Managing Editors: Alexander I. Grishchenko, Ekaterina I. Kislova, Roland Marti
Technical Copy Editors: Ekaterina Z. Vologina, Alexandra E. Soboleva
Russian Language Copy Editor Elena I. Derzhavina
English Language Copy Editor, Proofreader: Claudia R. Jensen
Serbian Language Copy Editor, Proofreader: Milica Belogrlić
Russian Language Proofreader: Maria S. Yakovleva
Layout Editor: Marfa N. Tolstaya
Design (2012): Igor’ N. Ermolaev

Released for printing 2015-12-28. Format 70 x 100 / 16. Volume 17.25 quires. Offset paper 80 g/m2. 300 copies. Printed in “Belyi Veter.” Shchipok str., 28, Moscow,

Full Issue

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Table of Contents


Krylov, Gnedich, and the Mythology of Friendship in Gogol’s The Tale of How Ivan Ivanovich Quarreled with Ivan Nikiforovich PDF (Русский)
Ekaterina E. Lyamina, Natalia V. Samover 7–35
Praising the Ruler: Panegyrical Poetry and Russian Absolutism PDF (Русский)
Joachim Klein 36–71
“Latin” and “Slavonic” Education in the Primary Classes of Russian Seminaries in the 18th Century PDF
Ekaterina I. Kislova 72–91
Academic Translator Vasily Teplov PDF (Русский)
Natalia V. Kareva, Miliausha G. Sharikhina 92–105
The Influence of Byzantine Law on Serbian Medieval Law PDF (Srpski)
Srđan Šarkić 106–118
The Era of Dušan’s Code PDF (Srpski)
Đorđe Bubalo 119–146
On a Marginal Use of the Imperative in East Slavic Monuments of the 11th–15th Centuries PDF (Русский)
Yana A. Pen’kova 147–158
On a Possible Source of Some of the Images in the Annalistic Pokhvala to Prince Roman Mstislavich PDF (Русский)
Vadym I. Stavyskyi 159–179
Zadonshchina, Ryazan, and the Moscow Princely Family PDF (Русский)
Alexander V. Lavrentyev 180–213


Ukrainian-Russian Mixed Speech “Suržyk” within the System of Ukrainian and Russian Interaction PDF (Русский)
Salvatore Del Gaudio 214–246


Encyclopedia of Baltic Mythology in Czech, or “As Some Sleep, Others Must Keep Vigil. . .” PDF
Rimantas Balsys 247–254
GADŽIJEVA S., KOVAČEVIĆ, MIHALJEVIĆ M., POŽAR S., REINHART J., ŠIMIĆ M., VINCE J., Hrvatski crkvenoslavenski jezik, M. MIHALJEVIĆ, ur., Zagreb, 2014, 420 str., ISBN 978-953-169-289-2 PDF (Русский)
Tatiana I. Afanasyeva 255–259
NELIUBA A., RED’KO IE., Leksyko-slovotvirni innovatsiї (2014): Slovnyk, A. Neliuba, ed., Kharkov, Kharkivsʹke istoryko-filolohichne tovarystvo, 2015, 220 pp., ISBN 978-966-1630-27-6 PDF (Русский)
Viktor V. Shapoval 260–269


In Memoriam of Milko Matičetov (1919–2014) PDF (Русский)
Svetlana M. Tolstaya 270–275