Střed | Centre. Journal for Interdisciplinary Studies of Central Europe in the 19th and 20th Centuries is a peer-reviewed journal focused on studies of the society, culture and politics in Central Europe of the 19th and 20th centuries. The journal is ecumenical in its selected methodological and disciplinary approaches and strives to give space to scholars working on the broad field of humanities, who are involved in studies of the given period and geographical area. Stred | Centre aims at interconnecting the extensive and simultaneously rather fragmented field of research dedicated to Central Europe from the viewpoint of various disciplines. Therefore it publishes original studies from individual fields as well as studies with the ambition to step over the border defined by disciplinary divisions and to connect more disciplines in a productive dialogue. As a peer-rewieved journal Střed | Centre was founded on January 1, 2009 and is issued twice a year. It is oriented on monothematic issues presenting inter-related scientific essays. Topics of individual issues are published on the journal web page well in advance.
Starting with the 1/2014 content, the journal is indexed in the Scopus database.
Since 2015 the journal is indexed in the ERIH Plus database (here)
The journal is available on-line via the Central and Eastern European Online Library (here)
The journal is also indexed in the Central European Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities (here)