Call for papers
1. Studia Universitatis Cibiniensis. Series Historica (volume XVI/2019)
Deadline: 15th October 2019
2. Studia Universitatis Cibiniensis. Series Historica (volume XIV/2017, Supplement)
Medieval Epigraphy and Iconography in Central and South-Eastern Europe
Mittelalterliche Epigraphik und Ikonographie in Mittel- und Südosteuropa
The volume attempts to assemble the epigraphic approach in a schema or interpretative paradigm able to merge in its assessment both the epigraphic constituent, the text transmitted by inscriptions, and the iconographic component.
Deadline: 31st May 2017
Aims & Scope
Studia Universitatis Cibiniensis. Series Historica (SUCSH) appears under the patronage of the “Lucian Blaga” University of Sibiu, of the Department of History and Heritage and of The Heritage and Socio-Cultural History Research Center. Founded in 2004, SUCSH was published annual in Romanian and also regularly published studies and reviews in English, German and French. In recent years it edited a journal supplement in English which usually brought together international acts of conferences or workshops.
SUCSH hosts in its pages scientific studies of large thematic diversity, chronologically stretching from prehistory until modern times, also including debates on the theory of history and auxiliary sciences, as well as reviews and bibliographical notes meant to capture the phenomenon of contemporary historiography.
SUCSH pays particular attention to the dissemination of material and immaterial heritage research, social and cultural history. The journal encourages interdisciplinary research and open collaboration with researchers equally Romanian and foreign, especially on specific topics of Central, Eastern and South-Eastern Europe history. The Editorial Staff and Editorial Board consist of nationally and internationally renowned specialists, and its reviewers are carefully selected from among experts in the field, both from the country and abroad.
The journal has been integrated in international databases such as SCOPUS (Elsevier), ERIH+, CEEOL, Ebsco, Index Copernicus, Scipio which guarantee the global access to our articles & reviews. Starting with 2008, the double-blind peer review has been adopted and progresses have been made in terms of quality of our articles.