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刘跃进 中国社会科学院文学研究所古代文学学科   社会科学文献出版社  2020-01 出版
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《古代文学前沿与评论》由中国社会科学院优势学科文学研究所古代文学学科主办,也是该学科实施社科院“登峰战略”学科建设计划的重要举措。集刊拟一年两期(分别于6月、12月出刊),每期字数20万字左右。第一期拟在2018年6月出刊。 为了因应学术工具电子化、学术规模全球化的新的时代条件,集刊以组织、发表学科内各类学术评论(特稿、笔谈、书评、访谈、专题评论、前沿综述、会议纪要、项目动态、论点汇编、新资料或特藏文献等)为基本方式,致力于追踪中国古代文学学科的前沿状况、反思学术史经验、前瞻未来动向。目标是建立一个面向国内国际学术界的具有创新意义的学术交流与评价平台,促进中国古代文学学科的健康发展。
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