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Encyclopedia > Slavistics

Slavistics is the study of Slavic languages, Slavic literature and Slavic culture. Slavist or Slavicist is a linguist or philologist who researches the Slavistics. An equivalent British English form is Slavonic and American English Slavic (scholar).


NB: not to be confused with Pan-Slavists.

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Slavistiek en Oost-Europakunde (585 words)
Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium, is pleased to announce the First International "Perspectives On Slavistics" Conference.
Notifications of the Organizing Committee's decisions have been sent out on June 2nd, 2004 (some servers seem to reject incoming mail from the "Perspectives on Slavistics" e-mail address, so please click here for the list of accepted abstracts in case the notifications of the Organizing Committee did not get through).
The goals of the conference are to encourage the study of Slavic languages and literatures and to establish connections among (young) scholars working in these areas.
Slavistics at AllExperts (534 words)
Slavistics or Slavic studies is the academic field of area studies concerned with Slavic areas, Slavic languages, literature and culture.
The slavistics emerged in late 18th and early 19th century, simultaneously to the rise of national revival among various nations of Slavic origins and attempts to establish a common sense of Slavic community, particularly popular among the Pan-Slavist movement.
Until 1876 the early slavists concentrated on documentation and printing of monuments of slavic languages, among them the first texts written in national languages.
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