Literature and Culture of Polissya

According to Resolution of Higher Attestation Board of 30 June 2015 and order of the Ministry of Education and Science № 747 this collection of research papers is re-registered and listed among the scientific periodicals appropriate  for publishing the results of dissertation theses in history . According to Resolution of Ukrainian Higher Attestation Board and order   o f Ministry  of  Education  of  Ukraine of 21 December 2015 N 1328 this   coll ection   of research papers is re-registered and listed among the   scientific periodicals appropriate  for publishing the results of theses by   appli cants   for Degrees of Candidate and Doctor  of  Sciences   i n   Phi lology .   Periodicity  – 4 times per year. It is inacceptable for the publisher to break the established terms of publication and release of any issue of the Journal out-of-term. Research papers are published  in Ukrainian, Russian, English, Duutsch. Founder:  Nizhyn Mykola Gogol State University. The collection of research papers “Literature and Culture of Polissia Region” was founded in 1990 at the Nizhyn Pedagogical Institute, renamed into Gogol State University in 2004. Since then the periodical has seen 91 issues with a total of 2, 836 articles. The periodical offers papers in such humanities as linguistics, literature, folklore, history and culture in Ukrainian, Russian and English languages. The periodical was founded as a regional publication concerning problems of history and culture of the Polissia Region which stretches over a number of areas of Ukraine, Russia and Poland. 

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