Balkanistica is listed in and abstracted by the MLA Bibliography, the ABC CLIO Library, Linguistics and Language Behavior Abstracts, and Linguistics Bibliography. Balkanistica is also listed in the most recent editions of Central and South-Eastern Europe and Eastern Europe, Russia and Central Asia, volumes produced by Europa Publications covering the Balkans, Eastern and Southeastern Europe. Balkanistica participates in a journal exchange and is available at these universities and institutions.
- Balkanistica Index Volumes I-31 (1974-Present)
- Balkanistica Table of Contents (1974-Present)
- Order past issues of Balkanistica
Balkanistica invites papers written in English that studies the Balkans or Southeastern Europe–Albania, Bulgaria, Greece, Hungary, Macedonia, Moldova, Romania, Slovenia, Turkey, or the successor states to the former Yugoslavia–in disciplines including (but not limited to) anthropology, archaeology, culture, economics, education, history, language and linguistics, literature, political science, sociology, or comparative or contrastive study of two or more countries and/or disciplines.
All submissions undergo a double-blind refereeing process; authors should conceal their identity in the manuscript and follow one of the generally accepted styles within their specific discipline. Upon acceptance for publication, the Editor will work with the author to ensure appropriate formatting and style.
- Use Smart (curly) quotes
- Title (rank) abbreviations written out in full (e.g., Professor instead of Prof.)
- Publication titles generally use Title Case (non-LSA style)
- Use long dashes + Add space to both sides of long dashes
- Publication titles should be italicized
- Page numbers for citations in text and in bibliographies like this: 291-97 (not 291-297)
- Headings have title case and no periods but are in italics
- Glosses in indented examples have single-open and -closed smart quotes. Concomitantly, single quotes within double-quotes have double quotes
- Latin abbreviations thus: e.g., et al., viz., cf.,i.e., but etc.
- There is no space between the year and page number(s) of a citation
- There is no space between two single-character initials of one’s name (V.I. Lenin)
- “Numerically-named” centuries used instead of “word-named” (19th, instead of nineteenth)
- One space placed before each ellipse
- Successive entries for the same author in the References sections use a line
- South Slavic Cyrillic transcription uses [h]; North Slavic uses [x]
- All “end” punctuation is non-italicized
Email manuscripts and reviews to Dr. Don Dyer, Editor of Balkanistica