Wieki Stare i Nowe

The yearbook "Wieki Stare i Nowe" (The Old and the New Ages) was first published in 2000 as a periodical of the University of Silesia Institute of History. In 2005 (since Vol. 4) journal was officially rated by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education. Due to the fact that since Vol. 6 (2009) the numbering of the yearbook had been changed, the sixth volume was issued as Vol. 1 (6).

Studia Etnologiczne i Antropologiczne

"Studia Etnologiczne i Antropologiczne" (Ethnological and Anthropological Studies) was founded in 1997.  The journal is a yearbook published by the University of Silesia. "Studia Etnologiczne i Antropologiczne" (Ethnological and Anthropological Studies) creates an opportunity for representatives from many disciplines, including most of all ethnologists, anthropologists and folklorists, to discuss, exchange experiences and to familiarize yourself with the results of currently conducted  research.

Średniowiecze Polskie i Powszechne

The journal “Średniowiecze Polskie i Powszechne” (Polish and General Medieval Times) is published by Institute of History, Silesian University in Katowice and edited by members of Chair of Medieval History. The first volume was published in 1999, edited by Professor Idzi Panic, head of Chair of Medieval History. With release of second volume (2002) Professor Jerzy Sperka was introduced as second editor in chief. Following volumes were released in 2004 and 2007 and from then regularly in annual intervals.

Silesian Journal of Legal Studies

The Journal has been founded in 2009 by the Council of the Faculty of Law and Administration of the University of Silesia in Katowice as a reviewed periodical. Its aim is to overcome frontiers and obstacles in spreading ideas, opinions and information on law and legal systems.

Scripta Classica

"Scripta Classica" is a serial publication for the academic authors representing various fields connected to Antique literature and culture but also for scholars dealing with reception of Antiquity in Neo-Latin and Byzantine literature as well as in later epochs up until contemporary times. The yearbook also publishes Polish renderings of texts previously not translated and unpublished in our country. The journal was founded in 2004  in the Department of Classical Philology, University of Silesia in Katowice, by Professor Tadeusz Aleksandrowicz  and Dr hab.

Rusycystyczne Studia Literaturoznawcze

Rusycystyczne Studia Literaturoznawcze (Studies on Russian Literature) was founded in 2008. It is a continuation of University of Silesia Studies on Russian Literature (after a few year break), which was published since the 1970s, that is since the establishment of the Institute of Russian Philology (today the Institute of East Slavonic Philology). Most of all, the employees of the Unit for the History of Russian Literature, University of Silesia publish in the journal, but also the guests from other Russian Studies research centres.

Przekłady Literatur Słowiańskich

Translations of Slavonic Literatures – the periodical was created at the Institute of Slavonic Philology, the Philological Department of the Silesian University in 2009. It covers issues of artistic translation within the South-Slavonic and West-Slavonic languages, it is seen from theoretical, historically-literary and historically-cultural perspectives. It comprises not only registrationand receptionof translations, also studies concerning: 1. the specificity of translation within closely related languages, 2. translation of one culture into another culture via literature, 3.

Philosophy and Canon Law

The periodical “Philosophy and Canon Law” constitutes an open interdisciplinary forum for the exchange of philosophers and lawyers’ (canonists’) reflections, including representatives of different fields of study. Coping with the issues undertaken in thematic annuals is – from its very assumption – an attempt of providing an answer to complex problems of the dynamically changing world: social, religious, cultural and civilizational.

Linguarum Silva

“Linguarum Silva” – an academic yearbook appearing since 2012 under the patronage of the Institute of Polish Language of the University of Silesia in Katowice. This publication contains articles in the field of broadly defined linguistics (eg diachronic and synchronic semantic works, stylistic studies or texts devoted to linguistics genology). The authors of the articles are young scientists - doctors and PhD students - the humanities (especially linguistic) from the University of Silesia and other research centers in Poland.

Ecumeny and Law

An open forum provided for the legal thought, gives the Church an occasion to engage in dialogue with the world that concerns the way of implementing such universal principles as: respect for life, dignity and rights of the human being, freedom, tolerance and, in a wider social dimension – advocating the value of marriage, family, as well as solidarity with the less fortunate. The need to perpetuate this dialogue has found its actualization in a new canonic periodical Ecumeny and Law.