Národopisný věstník/Ethnographic Journal (founded in 1906) is the peer-reviewed scholarly journal published by the top professional institution of Czech ethnology, the Czech Ethnological Society, focuses on studies of traditional folk culture of the Central European region, current cultural forms developing from folklore traditions and topics in the field of historical ethnology. The journal publishes articles in Czech, Slovak, Polish, German and English languages. The Ethnographic Journal (in the original called Národopisný věstník) is the second oldest professional journal of Czech ethnology. It is regularly indexed and abstracted in Scopus, AIO, CEJSH, EBSCO, ERIH PLUS.

Registration number MK ČR E 18932
ISSN 1211-8117 (Print)
ISSN 2571-0982 (Online)


Education through Folklore and for Folklore. The Teacher in the Transmission of Folk Culture at School and in Folk Ensembles, Using the Example of the Horňácko Region

Author: Magdalena Maňáková Date of publishing: 30.6.2023 DOI: https://doi.org/10.59618/NV.2023.1.01

Slovácko Verbuňk as a Tradition and Performance

Author: Anna Jagošová Date of publishing: 30.6.2023 DOI: https://doi.org/10.59618/NV.2023.1.02

Whitsunday Procession of Královničky in Svatobořice-Mistřín. The Current Condition of the Customary Tradition

Author: Petr Drastil Date of publishing: 30.6.2023 DOI: https://doi.org/10.59618/NV.2023.1.03

Christening caps from the collection of the Vysočina Museum in Pelhřimov in a wider cultural and historical context

Author: Kristýna Blechová Date of publishing: 30.6.2023 DOI: https://doi.org/10.59618/NV.2023.1.04

Housing for Farmers: the Adaptation of Urban Housing Standards to the Environment of Rural Settlements

Author: Daniel Drápala Date of publishing: 30.6.2023 DOI: https://doi.org/10.59618/NV.2023.1.05

Material Articles

An Unknown Product of Gypsy Blacksmiths in Moravia in the 18th Century

Author: Jiří Hanzal Date of publishing: 30.6.2023 DOI: https://doi.org/10.59618/NV.2023.1.06

Contributions by Czech Ethnological Society´s Correspondents




Guidelines for Authors

Only original and unpublished texts that have not already been submitted to another journal or publication will be considered for publication in our journal. All submitted works undergo a two-phase review procedure, during which the author and the reviewer remain completely anonymous.

Current Vol.

Vol. 82 (2023)