The International Scientific Research Journal "Studia Humanitatis" was created at the beginning of 2013. The aim of the journal is to render assistance in the development of humanitarian education and science in Russia and abroad.
The mission of this journal is to provide information about the state and perspectives in development of humanitarian disciplines, humanitarian knowledge popularization, providing ground for humanitarians for publishing the results of their scientific activity and researches, as well as extension work.
This journal is an on-going network (extensional network) edition which has no printed equivalent. The periodicity of this edition is four issues per year (quarterly).
Since January 2014 "Studia Humanitatis" is included in Russian Science Citation Index (RSCI).
Since October 2014 journal issues are located in the open access web of repositories Cyberleninca.
Since October 2015 "Studia Humanitatis" is included in Academic Research Index - ResearchBib.
Since January 2015 "Studia Humanitatis" is included in European Reference Index for the Humanities and Social Sciences - ERIH PLUS.
Journal’s metadata is exported into the biggest open repository of scientific data – Google Scholar.
Articles, reviews and other materials of educational, scientific and cultural concept concerning humanitarian studies area are published in the journal.
At present the journal has the following columns – "History", "Pedagogy", "Philology", "Philosophy", "Politology", "Psychology", "Theology".
The journal is a reviewed scientific edition. Before being published each article is subjected to meticulous expert judgment. Royalties are not paid.
All materials presented in the journal are in free access.
The Editorial Staff and the Editorial Board of the International Scientific Research Journal "Studia Humanitatis" welcome authors to publish their scientific articles on the pages of the edition. The opportunity for publishing the results of the researches is granted to both university tutors, scientists and young researchers (doctorants, aspirants and students).