Scientific Journal Unknown Dostoevsky Gained the Right to Publish Papers on Textual Studies



27 January 2020
According to the Decision of the Executive Committee of the State Commission for Academic Degrees and Titles of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation the scientific journal Unknown Dostoevsky starting from December 26, 2019, has the right to publish papers on the specialty 10.01.18 Literature Theory. Textual Studies (philological sciences).

According to the Decision of the Executive Committee of the State Commission for Academic Degrees and Titles of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation the scientific journal Unknown Dostoevsky starting from December 26, 2019, has the right to publish papers on the specialty 10.01.18 Literature Theory. Textual Studies (philological sciences).

Previously the journal has been included in the SCADT list for the specialties 10.01.01 Russian Literature (philological sciences) and 10.01.10 Journalism (philological sciences). The right to publish pares on textual sciences granted to the journal Unknown Dostoevsky is the result of the high quality of papers, the expertise of the editorial office and authors of the journal. Today, out of 2449 Russian scientific journals listed in the referenced sources of the SCADT only 74 journals admit papers on this specialty. The editor in chief of the journal, Professor Vladimir Zakharov believes that textual studies are not additional, but rather principal research area in the sciences that study text and its history (theology, philosophy, history, etc.).

Electronic scientific journal Unknown Dostoevsky was established on July 12, 2013, at the initiative of the members of the executive board of the International Dostoevsky Society. The journal aims to open new prospects in studying the biography and works by the Russian writer and publishes unknown biographical and textual studies, manuscripts and documents, critical reviews from newspapers and magazines of the 19th – 20th centuries related to Fyodor Dostoevsky, his social circle and era.

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