The journal Central European Views, by focusing on literary, linguistic, cultural and artistic issues, provides space for publishing peer-reviewed scientific studies or other scholarly texts and articles presenting both the specificities of ethnic creation which are important in terms of its cultural identification and elimination of ethnic discrimination, but also a complex system of interrelationships or an inter- and multicultural aspect present in a work of art. Diffusion of Slovak, Czech, Hungarian, Polish, Jewish and other traditions, accentuation of common destiny and research of multilingualism have gained a firm place in the humanitarian sciences in recent years stimulating their development. For this reason, texts published in the journal (by interpreting contact phenomena and expanding art discourse to postnational perspective) can contribute to strengthening consciousness, reinterpreting common traditions and history, overcoming negative auto- or hetero-images to revitalize intercultural dialogue. The domestic and foreign (Central European) context is taken into account. Due to its thematic scope, the journal is intended primarily for the wider professional public from the the majority society, but also minorities