Serbian Studies is the inter-disciplinary peer-reviewed journal of the North American Society for Serbian Studies, published biannually in the United States by Slavica Publishers. The journal is distributed to over one hundred eighty libraries in North America and abroad, and to the members of the Society. Current and previous issues are available from the publisher (slavica@indiana.edu). The journal is in the process of digitalization (see below).

In circulation since 1980, the journal invites scholarly articles on subjects pertaining to Serbian culture and society past and present, and across fields and disciplines. The journal also welcomes archival documents, source materials, and book reviews. Contributors to Serbian Studies include scholars affiliated with a broad range of institutions around the world, as well as those engaged in independent scholarship.

Manuscripts should be submitted by e-mail (lfr@gwu.edu) to co-editors, Ljubica D. Popovich and Lilien F. Robinson, for initial evaluation. After that, articles are sent for peer review to scholars in the appropriate fields. Articles must be submitted in English, and should not exceed 8000 words, excluding foot/endnotes. Formatting should be consistent with The Chicago Manual of Style. Graphic and photographic images are also accepted (jpeg format only).