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ISSN: 1506-5790 (Print) ISSN: 2353-9860 (Online) DOI: 10.31261/SEIA.

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„Studia Etnologiczne i Antropologiczne”

Uniwersytet Śląski w Katowicach / University of Silesia in Katowice
Wydział Humanistyczny / Faculty of Humanities
Instytutu Nauk o Kulturze / Institute of Culture Studies
ISSN: 2353-9860 (Online) DOI: 10.31261/SEIA.
ul. Bielska 62, 43-400 Cieszyn, Polska
tel.: (+48) 33 854 6150, fax.: (+48) 33 854 6101
e-mail: seia@us.edu.pl

General Info

“Studia Etnologiczne i Antropologiczne'' is a scientific journal with an ethnological and anthropological profile which is a forum for presenting the recent scientific research that concern phenomena and cultural processes taking place locally, regionally as well as globally with particular reference to Central and Eastern Europe and Eastern Europe. We are particularly keen to publish ethnographic works presenting field research in the Global South (Africa in particular). 


"Studia Etnologiczne i Anthropologiczne" has been published since 1997.
The journal is published by the publishing house of the University of Silesia on behalf of the Institute of Culture Studies at the University of Silesia in Katowice. In the printed version, the journal was published from 1997 to 2017, while since 2018 it has been published in electronic version (Open Access).

“Studia Etnologiczne i Anthropologiczne” publishes scientific dissertations and research reports being part of the area of interest of cultural and religious sciences. The profile of the journal results from the specificity of the Cieszyn ethnological centre, which, since its foundation, has been committed to work together with Slovak and Czech scientific centres. "Studia Etnologiczne i Anthropologiczne" provides ethnologists, anthropologists and representatives of related disciplines with an opportunity to discuss, exchange experiences and become familiar with the results of research conducted right now.

 We are indexed on:




- BazHum,

- Central and Eastern European Online Library [CEEOL],

- ICI Journals Master List

“Studia Etnologiczne i Antropologiczne”, a semi-annual journal,  is an open access journal. ”Studia Etnologiczne i Antropologiczne” is a peer-reviewed, electronic / print-on-demand journal.

The journal does not charge any publication fees.

Submissions (original research – articles, dissertations, field research materials, reports, reviews) are accepted in Polish, Czech, Slovak and English languages.

All issues of the journal are published under a Creative Commons license. Archival issues, originally published in a different version, have also been published under a Creative Commons license by the decision of the Silesia University Press.

The list of the reviewers is published on the ‘’Studia Etnologiczne i Antropologiczne’’ webpage.

All „SEiA” issues under CC license

All issues of the journal are published under a Creative Commons license. Archival issues (1997- 2009), originally were published in a different version, have also been published under the Creative Commons license by the decision of the Silesia University Press in 2019.

The journal does not charge any fees for publication.

The submission of the text to the Studia Etnologiczne i Antropologiczne Editorial Board is tantamount to the concession to make the text available to the public under the provisions of the  Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International (CC BY-SA 4.0).



20 points


The journal received 20 points on the Polish list of scientific journals and reviewed materials from international conferences as of January 5, 2024.

„Liminal Food. Conceptualisations, Performances and Experiences”


This volume takes a particular interest in the role of liminal foods – something between what is generally accepted and something controversial (Matejowsky 2013). What stories, performances, rituals, and plays surround their consumption? How do fermented food, blood food, freeganism and other food practices become symbols of heritage and identity, and what do they have in common with systems of, e.g. gender, class and ethnicity?




Climate change is one of humanity's most demanding challenges. Anthropology allows us to observe and describe this phenomenon from the perspective of local communities adapting to global changes in which humans must revise their relationships with nature and other humans. This volume asks what practices and strategies people take to navigate these challenges. We welcome, especially ethnographic examples but also theoretical and transdisciplinary reflections. 

 Research areas include cultural ecology, climate activism, climate change discourse, a social experience of climate change (e.g. urban communities), and climate migration.

  • ERIH Plus
  • DOAJ
  • BazHum
  • CEEOL - Central and Eastern European Online Library
  • IC Journals Master
  • BibliotekaNauki.pl (Centrum Otwartej Nauki, ICM UW, CEON)


73.1800 - 2017r., * 87.3600 - 2018r., * 88.2900 - 2019r.