Slavonic and East European Review (SEER) and Central Europe are both managed at UCL SSEES.
Slavonic and East European Review (SEER)
Founded in 1922 by Bernard Pares, R.W. Seton Watson and Harold Williams as the journal of the School of Slavonic and East European Studies, the Slavonic and East European Review (SEER) is an international quarterly, edited and managed by UCL SSEES and published by the Modern Humanities Research Association.
SEER publishes scholarly articles on all subjects related to Russia, Central and Eastern Europe – languages & linguistics, literature, art, cinema, theatre, music, history, politics, social sciences, economics, anthropology – as well as reviews of new books in the field.
SEER can be accessed online via JSTOR (current and back issues to 1922).
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.