The Yearbook of the "Gheorghe Şincai" Institute for Social Sciences and the Humanities of the Romanian Academy (ISSN 1454-5284) is a yearly academic publication. The Yearbook is a peer reviewed journal. Issued in 1998 the journal accepts for publication articles in both in Romanian, English, French or German. It has sections dedicated to early modern, modern, and recent history, cultural studies, literary studies, and book reviews. The Yearbook publishes articles related to the history of East Central Europe (comparative studies on intellectual, cultural, social, political history, imagology, Church history).
Dr. Cornel Sigmirean
Dr. Nicoleta Sălcudeanu
Dr. Carmen Andraş
Dr. Anca Şincan
Dr. Marian Zăloagă
Dr. Corina Teodor
Dr. Simon Zsolt
Dr. Novák Csaba Zoltán
Dr. Maria Costea
Dan Berindei, Member of the Romanian Academy, Vice-President of the Romanian Academy
Eugen Simion, Member of the Romanian Academy, President of the Literary and Philology Section of the Romanian Academy
Camil Mureșanu, Member of the Romanian Academy
Ioan-Aurel Pop, Director of the Center for Transylvanian Studies, Member of the Romanian Academy
Professor Keith Hitchins, Emeritus University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, US
Professor Rakesh Batabyal, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, India
Professor Iulian Boldea, “Petru Maior” University, Târgu-Mureş, România
David Espey, University of Pennsylvania, US
Vesna Goldsworthy, Kingston University, London, UK
Claude Karnoouh, Centre National de Recherches Scientifiques, Paris, France
Anatol Petrencu, director of the “Pro-Memoria” History Institute, Chişinău, Republic of Moldova
Ion Negrei, Researcher, Institute for History, State and Law of the Academy of Sciences, Chişinău, Republic of Moldova
The articles have to be between 8 and 15 pages long. The text should be edited in Microsoft Word, Times New Roman characters, 11 font size, single spaced. The footnotes should have 10 font size, at the bottom of the page and should follow the Chicago style (Chicago-Style Citation Guide).
The article should come with an English abstract of 150 to 300 words, an English translation of the title, keywords and a short bio of the author that should include his/hers academic affiliation.
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