Etudes balkaniques is a quarterly peer-review journal, which has been publishing research since 1964. Research papers related to the Balkan countries in French, English, German, Russian and Italian have appeared in it, thus making them available to a wide scientific community across borders.
The journal publishes information about various academic events: publications of new works, announcements and reviews of international conferences, congresses and other forums, dedicated to research on the Balkans.
In the structure of the journal are included interdisciplinary studies, contributing to the clarification of specific issues of the socio-economic, political and cultural development of the Balkan countries, viewed from various aspects of their relations with other regions in Europe and the Mediterranean, from ancient times till present.
Etudes balkaniques journal is a place for meetings between researchers and university lecturers, interested in the Balkans issues.
The materials published in the journal since 1990, as well as all future issues could be purchased on the Internet: www.ceeol.com
Etudes balkaniques is a quarterly peer-review journal refereed with:
AmH@L - America: History and Life
BHA - Bibliographie of the History of Art
BiblLing - Linguistic Bibliography
CurCont - Current Contents
HistAb - History Abstracts
IBR - Internationale Bibliographie der Rezensionen
IBSS - International Bibliography of the Social Sciences
MLA-IB - Modern Language Association of America: Bibliography of Books and Articles on Modern Languages and Literatures
NumL - Numismatic Literature
PerIslam - Periodica Islamica
Information is also available at Ulrich's Periodicals Directory.
Upcoming publications in 2016
- A special issue with materials from the 11th International Congress of South East European Studies, Sofia 2015
- A special issue with material on the topic of Mirabilia: miracles and monsters
- The Balkans during the Ottoman period
- Research on the Balkans in the 18th century
Contents: papers, reviews of newly published books and research activities in the field of Balkan studies in Bulgaria and abroad.
Languages: English, French, German, Italian and Russian