SILVA IAPONICARUM 日林

Quarterly on Japanology / 日本学季刊誌

ISSN (Online 2543-4500)

WELCOME!

Welcome to Silva Iaponicarum 日林, a Japanese studies quarterly devoted to the broadly comprehended field of Japanology in humanities and social studies.

Silva Iaponicarum was founded in 2004 at the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, Poland, and has since been published as a joint venture of Polish centres of Japanese studies in Poznań, Cracow, Warsaw and Toruń.

Double-blinded peer-reviewed academic papers introducing original research in Japanese studies constitute the core of our quarterly. The Silva fascicles also involve reviews of the newest Japan-related publications, English translations of Japanese (and Japonic) texts, and Japanologist miscellanea.

You are cordially invited to contribute your texts and ideas to any of the above. Your creativity and out-of-the-box thinking will be much appreciated. Your academic degree, length of research experience or institutional background make no difference to us. Yes, Ph. D. candidates, graduate students, independent researchers, your proposals, too, will be most welcome 😊.

We accept contributions in English and Japanese. We welcome both individual papers and proposals for thematic issues. Our homepage contains up-to-date information on the current calls for papers.

We are waiting for your proposals, questions and feedback at the following e-mail address: silva.iaponicarum.quarterly@gmail.com. Also, feel free to check what’s new at our Facebook fanpage

何卒よろしくお願いいたします。

Silva Iaponicarum Editorial Board

CURRENT ISSUE

It’s here! We are delighted to inform you that Fascicle 64/65 (Spring/Summer 2021)

YAKUWARIGO IN JAPANESE LANGUAGE, LITERATURE AND TRANSLATION – NEW APPROACHES TO THE CONCEPT OF ROLE LANGUAGE

edited by Patrycja Duc-Harada is available now. You can find it on the current issue subpage.

OPEN CALL FOR PAPERS

The Call for Papers section has been uptaded. We have extended the deadline of the upcoming Autumn 2021 issue to September 15, 2021. We are also awaiting your contributions for the next thematic issue (The Benshi and the Art of Silent Film Narration) as well as the non-thematic Summer 2022 issue.

THE OLD SITE

The old site has been preserved for historical purposes and you can still view it here.