- Suomalaisen Kirjallisuuden Seuran Toimituksia (SKST, SKS Editorials) has been in publication since 1834, making it SKS’ oldest series. Since 2013, the series’ publications have been limited to peer-reviewed, high-quality scholarly works. The Publication Forum has classified the series as level 2. Manuscripts submitted to the series are set for review by the SKS publishing committee.
- The Tietolipas series has been published since 1945. It includes introductory works to the core fields of SKS. The Publication Forum has classified the series as level 1. Manuscripts submitted to the series are set for review by the SKS publishing committee.
- Historiallisia Tutkimuksia is a Finnish Historical Society series that has been in publication since 1918. It is used to publish high-quality Finnish-language historical monographies and collections of articles. The Publication Forum has classified the series as level 2. Manuscripts submitted to the series are set for review by the publishing committee of the Finnish Historical Society.
- Historiallinen Arkisto is a Finnish Historical Society series that has been in publication since 1866. It is used to publish monographies and collections of articles in the field of historical research. The Publication Forum has classified the series as level 1. Manuscripts submitted to the series are set for review by the publishing committee of the Finnish Historical Society.
- Studia Fennica began in 1933 and its publishing for open access began in 2016. Studia Fennica is an English-language, international series of publications that is based in Finland. Its classification under the Publication Forum is 2. The monographs and collections of articles in the series represent the most recent trends in language, culture and historical research, both in Finland and internationally. The series is divided into six sub-series according to field, each of which is the responsibility of the sub-series editor-in-chief and deputy editor-in-chief. Together, the editors and deputy editors-in-chief make up the Studia Fennica editorial committee.
- Studia Fennica Anthropologica is a contribution to international scholarly knowledge in the field of social and cultural anthropology. It seeks to present novel theoretical arguments and to ground them in sufficient ethnographic materials to reflect the diversity of the contemporary world.
- Studia Fennica Ethnologica focuses on European ethnology and related disciplines with a cross-disciplinary approach in cultural analysis and ethnography. We welcome ethnological analyses of both past, present and future phenomena based on theoretical and methodological discussions.
- Studia Fennica Folkloristica is an international forum for folklore research. It publishes both monographs and edited volumes on folklore, folklife, mythology, and oral history. The series welcomes both theoretical analyses and empirical studies on the expressive cultures of the world.
- Studia Fennica Historica is an international peer reviewed series for monographs and edited volumes in historical studies, mainly for contributions connected with Finland or with a comparative or transnational perspective involving Finnish history, but also for studies on general European history. All historical periods from ancient times to contemporary history can be considered. Only exceptionally high-level doctoral dissertations that have gone through substantial rewriting can be accepted. Edited volumes must consist of an extensive introduction and integrated chapters, not separate articles.
- Studia Fennica Linguistica presents Finnish research on linguistics topics to the international audience. The series embraces all fields of linguistics, from onomastics to interactional studies, and highlights work on the languages of Finland, and on Finnish and its cognate languages.
- Studia Fennica Litteraria offers a publication venue for studies on Finnish literature. The vision of the series is comparative: the volumes aim at creating dialogue between the study on Finnish and European literatures and at spreading Finnish literature research abroad.
The works published in the SKS academic series are available at the SKS online store.
Manuscripts that are submitted to the SKS academic series are assessed by the publishing committees after internal review. The committee for each series will nominate at least two expert reviewers for peer-reviewable manuscripts and provide their assessment of the manuscript based on the statements of the nominated experts.
The SKS publishing coordinator acts as the publishing committees’ secretary, taking care of the reviewer system as well as the archiving of the manuscripts and statements. The publishing coordinator is responsible for coordinating the peer review process for SKS’ Finnish-language academic series and acts as the liaison between authors and expert reviewers. The editor or deputy editor-in-chief of each Studia Fennica series is responsible for coordinating their peer review processes.
SKS Publishing Committee
The SKS publishing committee goes through the manuscripts that are submitted for the SKST and Tietolipas series and nominates the related expert reviewers. The committee also makes the final publishing decision for other series at the recommendation of the SHS publishing committee or the Studia Fennica editorial committee.
Professor Tiina Onikki-Rantajääskö, University of Helsinki (Chair)
Professor Lotte Tarkka, University of Helsinki
Professor Kari Teräs, University of Tampere
Secretary General Tuomas Lehtonen, SKS
Publishing Director Tero Norkola, SKS
Finnish Historical Society Publishing Committee
The Finnish Historical Society’s (SHS) publishing committee is responsible for the submissions to the Historiallisia Tutkimuksia and Historiallinen Arkisto series and the nomination of their expert reviewers.
Professor Petri Karonen, University of Jyväskylä
Professor Pasi Ihalainen, University of Jyväskylä
Title of Docent Marja Jalava, University of Helsinki
Professor Tiina Kinnunen, University of Oulu
Title of Docent Sari Katajala-Peltomaa, University of Tampere
Publishing Director Tero Norkola, SKS
Studia Fennica editorial committee
The editor-in-chief for each Studia Fennica sub-series is responsible for the submissions to their series and coordinates the related peer review processes. The deputy editor-in-chief assists the editor-in-chief and acts as their substitute.
Studia Fennica Anthropologica:
Editor-in-chief Timo Kaartinen, University of Helsinki
Deputy editor-in-chief Eeva Berglund, University of Helsinki
Studia Fennica Ethnologica:
Editor-in-chief Katriina Siivonen, University of Turku
Deputy editor-in-chief Eerika Koskinen-Koivisto, University of Helsinki
Studia Fennica Folkloristica:
Editor-in-chief Lotte Tarkka, University of Helsinki
Deputy editor-in-chief Anne Heimo, University of Turku
Studia Fennica Historica:
Editor-in-chief Pasi Ihalainen, University of Jyväskylä
Deputy editor-in-chief Sari Katajala-Peltomaa, University of Tampere
Studia Fennica Linguistica:
Editor-in-chief Taru Nordlund, University of Helsinki
Deputy editor-in-chief Laura Visapää, University of Helsinki
Studia Fennica Litteraria:
Editor-in-chief Riikka Rossi, University of Helsinki
Deputy editor-in-chief Saija Isomaa, University of Tampere