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New ELTE Faculty of Humanities Journal in Scopus

We are happy to announce that the Scopus Content Selection & Advisory Board (CSAB) has accepted the application of the journal RussianStudiesHu to the Scopus database and will start indexing it. Scopus is the bibliographic database of the Elsevier publishing house, which is suitable for searching both scientometrics research and scientific literature.

RussianStudiesHu is a journal published by the Foundation for the Russian Language and Culture, which has been published since 2019 with the support of the Eötvös Loránd University Faculty of Humanities Institute of Historical Studies Department of Eastern and Central European History and Historical Russistics. It publishes scientific articles in Russian, English and Hungarian on provide academic treatment of any issue related to Eastern Slavic, Russian or Soviet history (including their Hungarian and Eastern European aspects), either as a historian or by means of a related discipline.

Exceptional scholars from the world of international historical Russian studies have collaborated in the work of RussianStudiesHu, thereby enabling the journal to move beyond the limits not only of a specific university workshop but also of Russian studies in Hungary, and to serve the cause of universal knowledge. Every article has an abstract in English with respective keywords. The journal offers without any charge its papers since its publication, as well as permits for any of its users to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or add a link to the complete texts of the paper, whenever doing it responsibly and mentioning the original. RussianStudiesHu appears in the following catalogues: DOAJERIHPLUSMATARKA, CORE, BASE, Dimensions, WorldCat, EPACEEOLScilit, elibrary.ru. The journal is archived in ELTE EDIT repository, and it is an „MTMT Qualified Journal” from 2023.

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ELTE Bölcsészettudományi Kari Könyvtár