The main purpose of the academic quarterly is to present the history and literature of the various countries of Central and Eastern Europe, including the Czech Republic, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Ukraine and Hungary (especially in the 20th and 21st centuries), with a perspective of expanding to other Trimarium countries. It is the task of the quarterly to present the point of view of scholars from the aforementioned countries, as opposed to that of foreign researchers. In addition to the regular historical and literary sections with a theme assigned to each, there is a Varia section. The journal is aimed at an international audience, combining scientific merit with the idea of spreading knowledge about the region to English-speaking readers. Hence, the print version of the quarterly is published in English, while the electronic one will also be available in the authors’ original languages.
Financed from the funds of the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage of the Republic of Poland.
Articles are available under a license Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0).
dr hab. Józef Ruszar – Head of the Advisory Council
dr Paweł F. Nowakowski – Editor-in-chief
prof. dr Andrius Vaišnys (Lithuania)
prof. dr hab. Libor Pavera (Czechia)
dr Tetiana Mychajłowa (Ukraine)
dr Marina Ilie (Romania)
Viktoria Kellermann (Hungary)
Editorial Board in Poland:
Constantin Geambaşu, University of Bucharest (Romania)
Jiří Lach, Palacký University Olomouc (Czech Republic)
Jiří Trávníček, Czech Academy of Sciences (Czech Republic)
Ludmyla Bronyslavivna Tarnashynska, The National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine (Ukraine)
Roman Baron, Czech Academy of Sciences (Czech Republic)
Vitaliy Mykhaylovskiy; Borys Grinchenko, Kyiv University (Ukraine)