Manuscript and Book Heritage of Ukraine: Archeographic Studies of Unique Archival and Librarian Fonds

Established in



The National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, V. Vernadsky National Library of Ukraine, Institute of Manuscript

Subject areas

- The series covers various aspects of the research of history and existence of manuscripts, old printed books, specialized librarian and archival fonds with a view to reconstructing the history of book culture in Ukraine.

- It represents scientific studies on specific historical subjects, publishes documents, scientific referential and informational material (collections reviews, archeographic and bibliographic descriptions, indexes, reports and reviews.

- The periodical also encompasses articles on the problems of storage, restoration and conservation of manuscripts.


Ukrainian, English, Polish, Russian


1 time a year

The publication is indexed by scientific databases:

Google Scholar
Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ)
Index Copernicus
Research Bible
Scientific Indexing Services
Україніка наукова Science Ukrainica

Registration by the State Attestation Commission of Ukraine (VAK)

According to the Resolution of the Presidium of  the VAK of Ukraine of 10.02.2010 № 1-05.1

Field of study



The issue 20, which was published in 2016, contained 30 scientific and 3 review articles.

Editorial policy

  • objectiveness;
  • high requirements for scientific researches;
  • policy of articles reviewing;
  • strict observance of copyright

Manuscript processing terms

After a manuscript enters the Editor’s Office, we assess if it meets the formal requirements for publication (text volume, number of data sources etc.) during the next 2-3 days. If the procedure completes successfully, a paper goes forward to reviewers. All articles undergo editorial and peer reviewing. Reviewers take their decisions during the period of 2-3 weeks. If a paper receives a favorable experts’ review, the manuscript goes through pre-print processing, which is conducted for 7-10 days.

Open access policy

Our periodical provides immediate open access to its content under the following principle: free open access to research results provides for the expanse of global knowledge exchange.

(Texts are available under the Creative Commons
with Attribution — NonCommercial — NoDerivatives)


The edition archives digital versions of articles in the “Scientific Periodicals of Ukraine” national depository by V. Vernadsky National Library of Ukraine.

Digital version of the series in the "Scientific Periodicals of Ukraine"