Knjiženstvo, Journal for Studies in Literature, Gender and Culture was established within the project of the Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development of the Republic of Serbia – Knjiženstvo, Theory and History of Women’s Writing in Serbian until 1915.
Knjiženstvo is a scientific journal (category M52) included in the databases EBSCO, ERIH PLUS and CEEOL. The journal publishes scientific papers, interviews and book reviews dedicated to topics from literature, other arts and culture in general, with a focus on gender research – more specifically, women’s literary and artistic work in any language, culture or period. Furthermore, Knjiženstvo has promoted and advocated digital humanities since its founding.
The journal is published annually in an electronic format. Manuscripts prepared according to author instructions are submitted by August 1 of the current year to the following e-mail addresses: firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com. Manuscripts selected by the editorial board then undergo a peer review process.
The journal is published in December on the Knjiženstvo platform.
The journal Knjiženstvo, Journal for Studies in Literature, Gender and Culture, in its work and editorial organization, as well as the content published, maintains exclusively the stances and procedures that are non-discriminatory.
Since its establishment, the journal has been connected to the Knjiženstvo database.
The digital database Knjiženstvo, Theory and History of Women’s Writing in Serbian until 1915 was established within the project of the Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development from the project cycle which lasted between 2011 and 2019.
The database contains information on the work of Serbian women writers from the Middle Ages to 1915. This includes basic biographical and bibliographic data, data on translations, women’s journals, ties with other women writers, both Serbian and foreign, as well as mutual influences and links leading to digitized texts. The digital database continues the tradition of de-hierarchized articles on women’s literary and artistic work, such as lists and bibliographies of women’s works, written from the end of the 19th to the end of the 20th century, emphasizing at the same time the need to constantly complement and upgrade the database, which is enabled by this medium.