Journal of Frontier Studies

Current Issue

Vol 5 No 1 (2020)
Published March 22, 2020
Boundaries of Identity and Spatial Boundaries of the City

This issue is devoted to the problems of forming, crossing and transforming borders in city spaces, as well as the study of identities that determine the urban "context". Research of the range of issues related to philosophy of the city is undertaken in terms of boundaries, which can be not only spatial but also temporal, social, symbolic or mental. The theme of the issue includes the concept of borderland, which is revealed in language and literary practice. The papers included in this collection are united by the search for specific relationships between the identity processes and the formation of spatial-territorial “fields”.

Guest Editors: Zhanna V. Nikolaeva, Anna A. Troitskaya

The reported study was partly funded by RFBR according to the research project № 18-011-00552 at SPSU".

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Boundaries of Identity and Spatial Boundaries of the City

Alberto Pirni (Author)
29-39
Exclusion, Transition, and Recognition: Normative Archetypes for Crossing Urban Social Spaces
https://doi.org/10.24411/2500-0225-2020-10002
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Vlada V. Koroleva (Author)
40-53
The Social Position of Women in Cities in the USA During the 1960s-1980s
https://doi.org/10.24411/2500-0225-2020-10003
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Leila Tavi (Author)
54-82
Postwar Heuristic Strategies of Exclusion and Inclusion in Moscow Architecture
https://doi.org/10.24411/2500-0225-2020-10004
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Polina S. Churakova (Author)
83-94
St. Petersburg Datcha's as a Cultural Frontier Zone
https://doi.org/10.24411/2500-0225-2020-10005
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Gabriella Pelloni (Author); Elina A. Sarakaeva
95-111
Transitions in the Novel Zwischenstationen by Vladimir Vertlib
https://doi.org/10.24411/2500-0225-2020-10006
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Ievgeniia Voloshchuk (Author)
112-125
A Swabian Plow in the Ukrainian Sky: Literary Representations of the German-Ukrainian Borderland in the Memory Discourse on the Volhynian Germans (Based on the Works by Hans-Ulrich Treichel)
https://doi.org/10.24411/2500-0225-2020-10007
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Krzysztof Duda (Author); Roman A. Turovsky
126-141
Crossing Borders According Stanislaw Vincenz as a Source of Creativity
https://doi.org/10.24411/2500-0225-2020-10008
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Marina A. Krivenkaya (Author)
142-152
Specificities of Cultural Environments Frontier in the Terminology of Intercultural Interaction
https://doi.org/10.24411/2500-0225-2020-10009
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Journal of Frontier Studies

 

We are glad to welcome you on the website of our onlinАe “Journal of Frontier Studies”.

The editorial Board of “Journal of Frontier Studies” is pleased to announce that by the decision of the Presidium of the higher attestation Commission of the Russian Federation dated 12.26.2019, our journal was included in the top list of peer-reviewed scientific publications, which should publish the main scientific results of dissertations for the degree of candidate of science, for the degree of doctor of science in the following specialties:

07.00.02 - Russian history (historical sciences);
07.00.03 - General history (historical sciences);
24.00.01 - Theory and history of culture (historical sciences)

This project is a truly ambitious initiative, serving to disseminate scientific knowledge and information on Frontier, borders and borderlands and Intercultural communication in contact zones (history, cultural studies, anthropology, philosophy, etc.).

We used the epithet ambitious for a reason, as from the very beginning of its origin and preparation it is indeed such. The project was initiated in 2015 by a small group of university scholars whose area of interest was the aforementioned scientific research.

In this project we have laid down very important principles: science, sociability, openness. We believe that a modern scientific journal should be guided by two important principles: to meet the requirements of SCIENCE and the interests of authors and readers. That is why we have done the following:

1. We have gathered for our project a truly international team of like-minded people from all over the world: Europe, Asia and America.

2. Taking into account the fact that the frontier is an international problem, we chose English (international language of science) and Russian (as the project is an initiative of Russian scientists) as working languages of the online edition. This gave an opportunity to Russian scholars, who know English, to bring their scientific achievements to the world scientific community, and foreign scholars had an opportunity to publish their works not only in English, but also in Russian.

3. Openness, availability and criticism. All manuscripts submitted to the publishing house undergo double blind review, which is the fundamental scientific and ethical principles of our project. The digital nature of modern international communications has enabled us to choose the online variant of publication of articles (without physical printing). Therefore, our journal is part of the Open Journal Systems, which allows us to perfectly organize the whole publishing process, but also makes it possible to o access information. After all, the reader gets the opportunity to download any article from our site for free. We believe that only the open exchange of information will allow mankind to make a serious breakthrough in the development of science and technology.

4. Using OJS platform enabled us to automate every step on the way to publishing scientific articles through user registration system and automatic manuscript processing with online review, feedback, etc.

5. We work on the principles of strict confidentiality and careful attention to personal data of users. Therefore, the names and email addresses of authors of this online publication are used exclusively for the purposes indicated by this online publication and cannot be used for any other purposes or provided to other persons and organizations. In addition, this principle allows to maintain a high level of criticism and impartiality when reviewing manuscripts submitted to the editor, since reviewers can not see the authorship of a particular work. The objectivity of the review is verified by double or sometimes even triple reviews, which avoids one-sidedness when working with those manuscripts that by their nature may go beyond one discipline or traditional approaches that are dominant at the moment. Our main principle that we focus on is SCIENCE.

6. In the Submit an article section, any author can independently familiarize themselves with the requirements for the design and submission of an additional document package and submit their papers.

7. In the section About the Journal” anyone can get acquainted with the main goals, objectives and functions of the project. There is also information about spheres of knowledge within which we accept research papers.

Sincerely,
Editor-in-Chief
Dr. Serguey N. Yakushenkov

 

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