Český lid / Czech Ethnological Journal is the leading, peer-reviewed Czech ethnological journal (founded in 1891), published in print and in Open Access format by the Institute of Ethnology of the Czech Academy of Sciences in Prague. The journal publishes high-quality scholarly articles in the fields of ethnology and sociocultural anthropology as well as interdisciplinary articles with a corresponding theoretical and methodological focus primarily in the Czech, Slovak, and English languages. It is regularly indexed and abstracted in Scopus, AIO, ERIH, CEJSH, JSTOR, PRO QUEST, GOOGLE SCHOLAR, EBSCOhost, IBR, IB, IBSS.

Current issue

Issue 4, Vol. 110 (2023)


Playing Socialist Soldiers? Reenactment of the Czechoslovak People's Army in the acting perspective of the current young generation

Author: Jiří Hlaváček Date of publishing: 15.12.2023 DOI: https://doi.org/10.21104/CL.2023.4.01

One Village, One Family: Social Cohesion in Rural Slovakia

Author: Miroslav Horák / Michal Uhrin Date of publishing: 15.12.2023 DOI: https://doi.org/10.21104/CL.2023.4.02

Mountains in the Worldview of the Nahuas in Central Mexico

Author: Radoslav Hlúšek Date of publishing: 15.12.2023 DOI: https://doi.org/10.21104/CL.2023.4.03

Research Articles

Construction of Scythians and Aryans in Western Thought at the Turn of the Early Modern Period

Author: Ivo T. Budil Date of publishing: 15.12.2023 DOI: https://doi.org/10.21104/CL.2023.4.04



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Only original and unpublished texts that have not already been submitted to another journal or publication will be considered for publication in our journal.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. 110 (2023)