Slavonic and East European Review
The Slavonic and East European Review (SEER) is the journal of the School of Slavonic and East European Studies at University College, London. The journal publishes articles of scholarship on all subjects concerning Russia and Eastern Europe, primarily from language, literature, history, art and music, social sciences and cinema. Approximately five to six articles are within one issue. Other contents include reviews of recent books in the field, review articles and original documents. The journal does not contain correspondence or advertisements. Articles are internationally peer-reviewed. Publication is quarterly in January, April, July and October by the Modern Humanities Research Association. First published in 1943, the 22 most recent issues are now electronically available. While SEER covers a broad scope of subjects in the region and is not strictly a linguistics journal, this journal offers current linguistic scholarship in Russia and Eastern Europe.
(Angela Bennett, 2006)