Scandinavian Philology has been in publication since 1961.
Publisher: Saint Petersburg State University.
Since 2016, the journal has had two editions per annum.
Scandinavian Philology is part of the bibliographic data base of the Russian Citation Index (ISSN 0202-2397, eISSN 2618-9518).
In its editorial policy, the journal complies with COPE (see “Ethics Policy”).
Scandinavian Philology is an interdisciplinary periodic academic journal. Its goal is to inform the academic community about new developments in Scandinavian and Dutch Studies and invites contributions from Russia, Eastern and Northern Europe, and other parts of the world.
Scandinavian Philology is the only publication in Russia specialized in Scandinavian and Dutch Studies. As a platform for an open discussion of research in the field, the journal aims to connect scholars exploring different research avenues in Scandinavian and Dutch Studies and create a single academic space across various countries (see “Editorial Policy”).
Contributions should comply with submission guidelines (see “Submission Guidelines”).
All submissions undergo a double blind refereeing process (see “Reviewing Policy”).
Scandinavian Philology is one of the leading journals in Scandinavian and Dutch Studies and has an
indexing status in such scientific citation indexing services as  ERIH+, EastView, Emerging Sources Citation Index (Web of Science Core Collection).