Central Europe is the interdisciplinary journal of the
Centre for the Study of Central Europe, published in both print and online formats,
with the online archive of the journal going back to volume 1, issue 1
(2003) and available in full to all institutions who have a subscription
to the journal.
Founded in its present form in 2003 at the UCL School of Slavonic and East European Studies (SSEES), it grew out of The Masaryk Journal, founded in 1997 by Katya A. M. Kocourek.
Central Europe publishes original research articles
on the history, languages, literature, political culture, music, arts
and society of those lands once part of the Habsburg Monarchy and the
Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth from the Middle Ages to the present, as
well as on the relations between Germany and those lands. It also
publishes discussion papers, marginalia, book, archive, exhibition,
music and film reviews.