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Available through JSTOR Current Scholarship Program from January 2012.
The Slavonic and East European Review, the journal of the School of Slavonic and East European Studies, University College London, is published by the Modern Humanities Research Association and SSEES/UCL.
The issue for April 2014 is now available online. Despatch of print copies begins 8 April 2014.
92:1 Despatch began 23 January 2014
The complete run of SEER (from 1928--) is now available at JSTOR to participating institutions.
Access online here.
Each volume consists of four issues, published in January, April, July, and October of each year. Its 800+ annual pages include articles, review-articles, book reviews, marginalia, and original documents. No correspondence is published in the Review, nor are advertisements carried.
Scholarly contributions are invited on all subjects related to the field of Slavonic and East European studies. The following fields are regularly covered:
A sample article is available here. Originally published in SEER 80 (2002), Angela Livingstone's article 'Danger and Deliverance: Reading Andrei Platonov' looks in detail at the stylistic devices employed in The Foundation Pit (1929) and Chevengur (1927--29).
Special Issue in Memory of Lindsey Hughes
The special double-issue of SEER for January/April 2010 is also available to order in book form.
Personality and Place in Russian Culture: Essays in Memory of Lindsey Hughes includes a rich and original collection of essays ranging from the sixteenth century to the present day.
More information is available here.