On this page the Center is publishing a multilingual series of peer-reviewed articles on urban history in East Central Europe entitled "ece-urban - the online publication series of the Center for Urban History of East Central Europe".
Reflecting the Center's general approach, urban history is to be imagined in a wide and innovative sense, including approaches informed by other humanity and social-science disciplines, such as anthropology, sociology, art history, literature studies or psychology. Similarly, the area of East Central Europe is not defined restrictively, with thematic plausibility and interpretative relevance more important than imaginary and political borders.
"Ece-urban" is published simultaneously in the languages of the Center's website: in English or German (depending on the orginal language version), in Ukrainian, and in Polish.
Abstracts of no more than 500 words should be sent as an electronic attachment in either Word or a similar format to the Academic Coordinator Iryna Matsevko at email@example.com. Manuscripts as well as abstracts can be submitted in Ukrainian English, German, Polish, or Russian.