MCLLC faculty serve as the editors of a variety of scholarly journals published by the professional organizations in their disciplines. Below is a current list of MCLLC faculty edited journals.
Folklorica (https://journals.ku.edu/index.php/folklorica/index): the journal of the Slavic and East European Folklore Association, formerly known as The SEEFA Journal, is published once annually. Articles, surveys, reviews, notices of conferences or expeditions, and announcements from scholars in any relevant field are acceptable. Contributions will be evaluated by the editorial board or by other specialists. Members of SEEFA and contributors receive one paper copy of the journal. Each issue of the journal will be available in an open access format three years after its publication. Online access to the most recent issues is limited to subscribers. All members receive a copy of the journal. For more information on membership, see below.
SEEFA (http://seefa.org) is devoted to an exchange of knowledge among scholars interested in Slavic, East European and Eurasian Folklore. SEEFA seeks to promote instruction in Slavic, East European and Eurasian folklore, organizes panels on the subject at national and international conferences, encourages the preparation of teaching materials and translations, and fosters exchanges. SEEFA also seeks to promote joint research, scholarly exchanges and conferences, expeditions, and publications with scholars in Slavic and other East European countries and countries of the former Soviet Union.
Colloquia Germanica (http://mcl.as.uky.edu/colloquia-germanica) is an international, peer-reviewed journal in the field of German literary and cultural studies published four times per year. Its declared goal is to further the collaboration among scholars of German literature and culture from around the globe. In order to facilitate this dialogue, it regularly includes articles and book reviews in both German and English. Manuscripts (in German or in English) should be sent in electronic form or via e-mail attachment to: email@example.com (Prof. Harald Höbusch) or firstname.lastname@example.org (Prof. Linda Worley), Division of German Studies, 1055 Patterson Office Tower, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY, 40506-0027, USA. All submissions will be acknowledged.