2024, pp. 450
2024, pp. 450
Orientalia Antiqua et Nova is a new pluridisciplinary, independent academic journal devoted to the Orient in a broad sense, encompassing a wide geographical area of investigation, substantially coextensive to the empire of Alexander the Great at its height or, later on, to the regions which at one point or another in history have found themselves included in the spheres of civilisation of either Islam or Byzantium. Its ambition is to propose a different look – made in particular of appropriate distancing and understanding vis-à-vis the perceptions and identities of local actors – at both the ancient and modern history of the Middle East and Central Asia including, but not limited to, archaeology, art history, religion, philosophy and literature, and at the current regional developments in international relations, culture and society. One volume of the journal is published annually. All contributions are subject to peer-review.
Languages: French, English, German, Italian, Arabic and Farsi (Persian)
Paperback, 17 x 24 cm, 450 p
Bilgehan Alagoz, Marmara University, Center for Iranian Studies (IRAM), Istanbul, Turkey.
Chiara Barbati, Università di Pisa, Italy.
Guillaume Dye, Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB), Belgique.
Radosław Fiedler, Université Adam Mickiewicz, Poznań, Pologne.
Bruno Genito, Università degli Studi di Napoli, L’Orientale, Italy.\ Slobodan Janković, Institute of International Politics and Economics (IIPE), Belgrade, Serbia.
Jaafar Jotheri, Faculty of Archaeology, University of Al-Qadisiyah, Iraq.
Burcu Kurt, Istanbul Technical University, Turkey.
Abbas Moghaddam, Iranian Center for Archaeological Research (ICAR), Tehran, Iran.
Ángel Narro, Universitat de València, Spain.
Przemyslaw Osiewicz, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań, Poland.
Mohamed Ouerfelli, Aix-Marseille University and CNRS, France.
Erwin M. Ruprechtsberger, Institut für Antike, Fachbereich Archäologie, Universität Graz, Austria.
Rustam M. Shukurov, Université d’Etat de Moscou, Russie.
Editor, Orientalia Antiqua et Nova