«Two centuries of the Russian classics»  is a peer-reviewed open access journal devoted to the  fundamental study of  the history and theory of the Russian literature of the 18-19th centuries, textual criticism and a source study.

The journal is addressed to  the international audience and is intended for publishing Russian and foreign specialists in the field of philological studies.

Founder of the journal: A. M. Gorky Institute of World Literature of the Russian Academy of Sciences

Year of foundation of the journal: 2019.

The journal is registered by Federal Service for Supervision of Communications, Information Technology and Mass Media, Moscow.

Certificate of registration: Эл № ФС 77-76366 от 02.08.2019 г.

ISSN: 2686-7494

Distribution form: the journal «Two centuries of the Russian classics» is online media, on the website of the magazine it is possible to download its electronic version in the PDF format and also to see metadata and full text versions of all articles.

Frequency of an exit: 4 times a year.

Languages of publication of articles: Russian, English.

Editor-in-chief: Scherbakova Marina IvanovnaDoctor of Philological Sciences, Professor,International academy of Sciences of pedagogical education corresponding member, head of the Departamentof Russian Classic Literature,A.M. Gorky Institute of World Literature the Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow.

The journal «Two centuries of the Russian classics» is placed in E-library and also in scientific electronic library Kiberleninka (from the moment of the edition, since 2019).

In the magazine articles on the following specialties are published:

10.01.01 – the Russian literature.

10.01.08 – the Theory of literature, textual criticism.

As a part of the journal there are constant and mobile headings. 

Constant headings:

"Russian literature XVIII and XIX centuries"

"Questions of textual criticism and poetics"

"Scientific chronicle"

Mobile headings:

"Science history"

"Memorials", etc.

All articles undergo obligatory reviewing.

The payment for the publication of articles is not raised.