Slavic Review: Interdisciplinary Quarterly of Russian, Eurasian, and East European Studies is ASEEES' chief publication and the leading scholarly journal in the field. Published four times a year, it features peer-reviewed articles, discussions, and reviews of recent literature that span all academic disciplines and geographic areas within Slavic, East European, and Eurasian studies. As of 2017, Slavic Review is published by Cambridge University Press.
ASEEES Member access to SLAVIC REVIEW
All ASEEES Regular Members, Student Members, and Institutional Members receive online access to Slavic Review through Cambridge Core. Member profiles will default to digital only access of Slavic Review.
If you would like to receive a print copy of Slavic Review, login on the Member Portal. Click on “My Profile” along the top of the page, then click on the edit icon under “Personal Information.” Change the dropdown in the Slavic Review Delivery field to: “I opt in to receive a print copy of Slavic Review.” Please make sure that your mailing address is up-to-date.
International members will also need to purchase International Postage when renewing their membership. You will receive that year’s issues, even if they are published after December. If you wish to purchase International Postage separate from your membership, please contact us.
Slavic Review on Cambridge Core
Starting in 2017, all issues of Slavic Review – from 1941 to the current issue – are available on Cambridge Core by subscription. Current ASEEES regular and student members have free access to the entire collection (login and current membership required).
Issues of Slavic Review predecessor journals are available on Cambridge Core, accessible from the same page. The following titles are available:
- Slavonic Yearbook American Series (1941)
- Slavonic and East European Review American Series (1943-1944)
- American Slavic and East European Review (1945-1961)
Slavic Review Archive on JSTOR
The Slavic Review archive– from 1941 through 2016– is available on JSTOR by subscription.
For institutions in Afghanistan, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Kosovo, Kyrgyz Republic, Moldova, Mongolia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan, check JSTOR's Developing Nations Access Initiative for access at waived or reduced fee.
The editorial office of the Slavic Review is located at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. To submit a manuscript, please see the Manuscript Submission Information.
ASEEES regular, student, and institutional membership includes a digital subscription to Slavic Review, and the option to opt-in for a print copy.
Nonmembers and institutional subscribers, please see below for information on subscriptions:
- ISSN: 0037-6779
- Frequency: 4/year
Effective 2017, Slavic Review will be published by Cambridge University Press. Subscribers in the Americas will be handled by their New York office and should contact firstname.lastname@example.org for information; all others should contact email@example.com. For more information see: www.cambridge.org/core/journals/slavic-review/subscribe The CUP offers free or discounted subscriptions for institutions in certain developing countries. Please see the its Developing Country Program.
Only one claim per issue per subscriber can be honored. We cannot honor claims for issues older than the most recent volumes except in exceptional circumstances.
All past issues, including predecessor titles, are available online through JSTOR.
Select back issues are still available in print for $98 each, plus shipping. Contact ASEEES for availability and to order.