Undergraduate journal in Eastern European, Eurasian and Slavic Studies at UC Berkeley


Our next meeting will be on Thursday, Nov. 20 in Dwinelle 104 at 6:00 p.m.!

Those interested in joining our team are strongly encouraged to attend the meeting, during which we will continue the process of calling for submissions and planing this year's journal design and potential theme/direction.

Troika Berkeley is currently looking to recruit new members! If you are a UC Berkeley student interested in editing or design, or just have a passion for Slavic, East European, or Eurasian cultures, please try to attend our next meeting (see above) and fill out a google form so that we can get to know you!

We are also calling for submissions from undergraduate students of all majors/disciplines and from around the world! If you have a writing/art piece that you'd like to see published in our annual journal, see the submission criteria below for more information on how to submit!



TROIKA is an undergraduate journal in Eastern European, Eurasian, and Slavic studies at the University of Califronia, Berkeley, founded in 2011. Its publication is made possible by support from the Institute of Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies with funding from the US Department of Education Title VI grant.

We publish work made by undergraduates from around the world, including undergraduate academic papers, poetry and prose writing, translations, visual artwork and photography, etc.

submission criteria

Writing and/or image submissions must adhere to the following guidelines:

  • Undergraduate work or art concerning Slavic, East European, and Eurasian studies
  • MLA formatting for academic papers
  • No more than 15 pages double-spaced (longer papers may be considered but will likely be abridged)
  • .doc/.docx file format preferred for writing submissions
  • JPG/PNG formatting for images
  • Send submissions to troikaberkeley@gmail.com. Please also indicate the date at which the work was completed.

    Share with us other related details at your own discretion: whether the work was completed for a course, which course, grade level at which you completed the work, etc.

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