Mongolica Pragensia, published bi-annually by the Department of Mongolian Studies, Institute of Asian Studies, Faculty of Arts, Charles University, and Triton Prague, is a peer-reviewed interdisciplinary international journal for original research papers on Mongolia and the broader region of Inner and Northeastern Asia. The journal publishes articles related to the languages, culture, history, religion and literature of this region as well as reviews of recent scholarly publications.
The journal is pleased to invite the submission of contributions that are relevant to the above-mentioned scope of research.
The journal is indexed in: ERIH Plus
Publication periodicity: twice a year
Registration number of Ministry of Culture, Czech Republic: E 18436
Institute of Asian Studies, Dept. of Mongolian Studies
Faculty of Arts, Charles University
nám. J. Palacha 1/2, 116 38 Praha 1, Czech Republic
Publisher: Stanislav Juhaňák – TRITON
Vykáňská 5, 100 00 Praha 10
Veronika Kapišovská and Veronika Zikmundová (Charles University)
Daniel Berounský (Charles University, Czech Republic)
Agata Bareja-Starzyńska (University of Warsaw, Poland)
Katia Buffetrille (École pratique des Hautes-Études, Paris, France)
J. Lubsangdorji (Charles University, Czech Republic)
Marie-Dominique Even (Centre National des Recherches Scientifiques, Paris, France)
Veronika Kapišovská (Charles University, Czech Republic)
Marek Mejor (University of Warsaw, Poland)
Shagdarsurung Tsevel (National University of Mongolia, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia)
Zayabaatar Dalai (National University of Mongolia, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia)
Veronika Zikmundová (Charles University, Czech Republic)
Mongolica Pragensia invites original research articles related to the general subject of the journal as well as book reviews and review articles. The research article may be anywhere between 2500 and 7000 words in length. Proposed contributions should be submitted by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or directly to the editor-in-chief (V. Kapišovská, email@example.com). After consideration by the editorial board the proposal will be peer-reviewed by two referees, which may take up to six month from the date of submission. When necessary, the editorial board may request a third peer-review. Depending on the results of the peer-review process the proposal for contribution will be accepted, returned to the author for minor or major revisions, or rejected. Contributors are advised to use the following template for their pages.