ISSN: 0324-1645       ISSN (online): 2534-8574

Études balkaniques

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.

Special Editions of Études balkaniques

Actual Review

Published online 15/03/2022



Valeria FOL, St. Marina between Venice and the Balkans

Vanya LOZANOVA-STANCHEVA, Towards the Sources of the Legend of the Dragon of Rhodes

Albena GEORGIEVA, The Miraculous Pathway of Individuation

Alexandra FOL, Defining Beauty in Art: Five provisi and Six Criteria sine qua non

Vessela ATANASSOVA, A Foot of Sarapis in the National Archaeological Institute with Museum, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences

Marta IVAYLOVA, The Elephant in an Early Christian Text. Semantic and Linguistic Changes

Orlin SABEV, An 1866 Celestial Event in the Balkans and its Contemporary Scientific Interpretation

Georgeta NAZARSKA, Sofia as a Sacred Space for Esoteric Societies (end of the 19th – first half of the 20th century)

Joanna SPASOVA-DIKOVA, Stage Incarnations of Totalitarian Mythologems in the Bulgarian Theatre

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Éd. Etudes balkaniques (Sofia)
Institute of Balkan Studies & Centre of Thracology - BAS
45 Moskovska Str., Sofia - 1000 BULGARIA
Tel./Fax: (+359 2) 980 62 97, E-mail: etudesbalk@gmail.com and etudesbalk@balkanstudies.bg


Europe - EUR 72 (single issue EUR 20)
USA, Japan - EUR 90 (single issue EUR 25)
The materials published in the journal since 1990, could be purchased on the Internet as well:
https://www.ceeol.com/search/journal-detail?id=8 (Central and East European Online Library)

Guide for Authors

All materials, sent to Etudes balkaniques, are subject to reviewing.
Manuscripts (received by e-mail or electronically) have to contain keywords and a brief abstract in English. For more information see:

Guide for Authors

Etudes Summary