Submission and Publication Rules

The editorial staff and editorial council of the journal Bulletin of the Medieval Russian Art shall only consider materials submitted for publication meeting the following requirements:

  • The admissible size of an article must be up to 40,000 characters with spaces, including notes and references.
  • The number of illustrations is must be agreed upon with the editorial staff.
  • Texts and illustrations must be submitted by e-mail; they can also be accepted on data storage devices.
  • Expert assessments of manuscripts are performed by members of the journal’s editorial council.

An article must be accompanied by:

  • A brief abstract and title (with English translation) up to 250 words
  • Key words (with English translation)
  • Information about the author with an indication of his or her academic degree, place of employment, position and e-mail address (with English translation).
  • List of bibliographical references transliterated and translated into English

For more detailed information see Article and illustration submission guidelines.

Articles that do not meet these requirements will not be considered for publication.

No publication fees are charged (this concerns all categories of authors, including post-graduate students). No fees are paid to the author(s).
In accordance with the Russian legislation, non-exclusive rights for the publication of manuscripts are handed by the author(s) over to the periodical’s founder and publisher (the State Institute for Art Studies). The authors guarantee that the texts submitted for publication in the periodical are their original texts, which have not been officially handed to other parties for reproduction or other use. The authors are responsible for the content of their texts and for the fact of their publication.
The editorial staff has the right to abridge the articles, to edit them and to send to the authors for revision if necessary.