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Basic information

Basic information

Tekstualia is a Polish literary-critical quarterly. Its scope is interdisciplinary. It was founded in 2005 by Żaneta Nalewajk and Krzysztofa Krowiranda.

It is published in a paper edition and online.

Paper edition: ISSN 1734-6029

On-line edition: ISSN 2299-9906

Tekstualia is published by Dom Kultury Śródmieście, ul. Smolna 9, 00-375 Warsaw, Poland.

The honorary patron of the journal is the Dean of the Faculty of Polish Studies at the University of Warsaw, Professor Dr hab. Zbigniew Greń. The review is affiliated with the Faculty of Polish Studies at the University of Warsaw.


Tekstualia was positively evaluated by the IC Journals Master List in 2014. It received an ICV (Index Copernicus Value) factor of 45.78 points. The result was calculated on the basis of a questionnaire submitted by the journal’s editors, and an evaluation conducted by specialists from the Index Copernicus. Tekstualia has been on the list of journals awarded points by the Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education. A full list of such scholarly-scientific journals can be found on the site of the Ministry (MNiSW): 


Since 2009, the quarterly Tekstualia has appeared in the MNiSW index of scholarly magazines with points granted for their academic quality. The full list of the magazines is to be found at the MNiSW website. At present, Tekstualia is granted eleven points. We are pleased to inform that our magazine has been positively evaluated by the ICI Journals Master List 2014 and granted the Index Copernicus Value (ICV) of 45.78 points. We are pleased to inform that our magazine has been positively evaluated by the ERIH PLUS. It was approved on 2016-04-22 according to ERIH PLUS criteria for inclusion.

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