HAEMUS

An electronic journal for the history and archaeology of the Balkan Peninsula
Call for papers 2012

Dear colleagues, We are pleased to announce the establishment of HAEMUS, a new scholarly journal, devoted to the history and archaeology of the Balkan Peninsula. The Board of Editors has set itself the task of making the journal follow the trends of contemporary multidisciplinary approach, as well as to contribute to making Balkan historiography a part of these trends. In fact, one of the reasons for the publication of HAEMUS is to have the journal act as a forum, where research findings will be made public, as well as a place where the academic community will be informed about the latest achievements in the field of Balkan history and archaeology, both in terms of methodology and content-wise. HAEMUS welcomes research and review articles on all aspects of the history and archaeology of the Balkan Peninsula, from prehistory to modern times, including all interdisciplinary studies and studies of classical and modern scholarship within the scope of the Journal. All submissions should be based on original research or new interpretations, and should reflect the highest standards of scholarship. The journal will be published annually, with the possibility of a semi-annual publication, depending on the number of submissions. Please find all information on our Boards, publishing policies, the reviewing process, as well as the submission guidelines on our homepage, www.haemus.mk. Offered articles are due by October 31, 2012; we expect the first issue of the Journal to be published by December, 2012. We will be happy to receive your contributions, hoping to establish a long and fruitful scholarly cooperation.

Sincerely, HAEMUS An electronic journal for the history and archaeology of the Balkan Peninsula

HAEMUS Journal is a trade mark of HAEMUS NGO Skopje, Republic of Macedonia. Project Managers: Vojislav Sarakinski & Vasilka Dimitrovska. website address: www.haemus.mk; e-mail: contact@haemus.mk; phone: +389(0) 77 534 987.

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