Mihai Dragnea, Editor
Mihai Dragnea, Editor
Hiperboreea focuses on the study of Southeastern Europe, broadly defined as the states situated in the Balkan region. The journal is published biannually by the Balkan History Association.
Without limiting its scope a specific historical period or approach, Hiperboreea covers a wide range of topics, such as Cultural History, Political History, Military History, Social History, Economic History and Archaeology, and encourages work on any historical period and interdisciplinary background.
Hiperboreea is affiliated with the Balkan History Association (BHA), a non-profit, apolitical, and independent organization that aims to develop and promote at both national and international levels the interdisciplinary and comparative study of the Balkan region, and, more generally, of Southeast Europe. The main fields of interest include, but are not restricted to, various sub-disciplines of history—political, cultural, military, economic, urban, literary, oral, or the history of science communication, art history, history of religions, and archaeology. The objectives of the association are to facilitate the formation of a community of scholars specialized in the study of the region, as well as to engage in the formation and professional development of their younger peers.
BHA promotes the scientific approach in the study of the history, culture, and archaeology of the Balkans. BHA aims to contribute to a better understanding of the communities in the area, and their shared cultural heritage. Finally, BHA sees the Balkans as intrinsically linked to the larger European cultural space, and opposes its study in isolation.
The official BHA website can be found at https://www.balkan-history.com/.
Mihai Dragnea, Balkan History Association
Kiymet Tunca Çaliyurt, Trakya University, Edirne
Blagoj Conev, MIT University, Skopje
Cristian Constantin, Balkan History Association
Joseph Fitsanakis, Intelligence and National Security Studies program, Coastal Carolina University
Martin O. Heisler, University of Maryland
Leofranc Holford-Strevens, former Consultant Scholar-Editor, Oxford University Press
Jordan Iliev, National Centre for Information and Documentation, Sofia
Jana Ilieva, University of Tourism and Management, Skopje
Konstantin Kolev, Sofia University "St. Kliment Ohridski"
Ana-Maria Lepar, University of Bucharest
Iakovos Menelaou, Centre for Hellenic Studies, King’s College London
Jillian Mitchell, Balkan History Association
Angeliki Mouzakiti, Democritus University of Thrace
Nicoleta Musat, West University of Timișoara
John M. Nomikos, Research Institute for European and American Studies, Athens
Ruja Popova, Institute for Balkan Studies with Centre of Thracology, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences
Roumiana Preshlenova, Institute for Balkan Studies with Centre of Thracology, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences
Melina Rokai, University of Belgrade
Annemarie Sorescu-Marinkovic, Institute for Balkan Studies, Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts
Bjørn Bandlien, University College of Southeast Norway
Ivan Biliarsky, Institute of Historical Studies, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences
Marco Cassioli, University of Aix-Marseille
Luminita Diaconu, University of Bucharest
Stefan Dorondel, "Francisc I. Rainer" Institute of Anthropology, Romanian Academy
Valerie Fol, Institute of Balkan Studies and Centre of Thracology, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences
Adrian Ionita, "Vasile Pârvan" Institute of Archaeology, Romanian Academy
Carsten Selch Jensen, University of Copenhagen
Michel Kaplan, University Paris 1, Panthéon – Sorbonne
Zoran Ladic, Institute for Historical and Social Sciences, Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts
Ecaterina Lung, University of Bucharest
Mircea Maran, Preschool Teacher Training College "Mihailo Palov," Vrsa
Claudia Moscovici, Art and Literary Critic, USA
Paolo Odorico, EHESS, Paris
Sorin Paliga, University of Bucharest
Stratis Papaioannou, Brown University
Jedrzej Paszkiewicz, "Adam Mickiewicz" University, Poznan
Marian Petcu, University of Bucharest
Dorina Rosca, CEMI-EHESS, Paris
Bavjola Shatro, "Aleksandër Moisiu" University, Durrës
Original manuscripts should be prepared according to the latest edition of the Chicago Manual of Style. Manuscripts must not have been published, nor submitted for publication, elsewhere. Interdisciplinary work is particularly welcome. Each issue will consist of 40-50,000 words. Articles should not exceed 8,000 words including notes and references. All articles should be accompanied by an Abstract of up to 150 words. Articles and comprehensive short review essays will be peer-reviewed (double blind peer-review). Short review essays should be approximately 1,000 to 1,500 words in length.
If you would like to submit a manuscript to Hiperboreea, please visit http://hiperboreeajournal.com.
This is an Open Access journal.