Eurasian Studies is a journal published jointly by the Orientalisches Institut der Martin-Luther-Universität Halle Wittenberg, and the Istituto per l’Oriente C.A. Nallino, Rome.
As a joint enterprise, this journal aims to encourage international academic co-operation, and by covering a wide geographical area stretching from the Balkans to Central Asia and including the eastern Mediterranean, Anatolia, the Middle East and Iran, to break down traditional compartmentalization of history and foster a more interdisciplinary and interregional approach to historical studies of the area as a whole.
Eurasian Studies focuses on history, covering the period from the rise of Islam to the outbreak of the First World War and encourages the publication of unedited documents, sources and literary texts, both in facsimile and in transcription. There is a substantial section devoted to the review of recent publications.
Eurasian Studies appears twice a year or in a double issue. Manuscripts, books for review and all correspondence should be addressed to either.
Istituto per l’Oriente C.A. Nallino
via Caroncini 19,
00197 – Roma - Italy
Tel. +39 06 8084106
Fax +39 06 8079395
Orientalisches Institut der Martin-Luther-Universität
06114 Halle (Saale) - Germany
Notes for the Contributors:
Contributors should submit one hard copy and one copy on disk of their manuscripts. Articles must not exceeded 30 pages double spaced, including any illustration. The journal accepts articles in English and French, German and Italian. Illustrations and tables must be presented in black and white. Authors will receive one set of proofs. The second proofs will be read only by the editors. Each article will be read by three anonymous referees.