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This series combines persisting needs with emerging emphases in Armenian studies. It encourages studies that place Armenian culture in its multifaceted international context, on the Armenian plateau as well as in its historic and current Diaspora.
Philological studies containing important critically edited texts, translations and commentaries remain in need as before. Thousands of Armenian manuscripts await disclosure in order to become part of scholarly and popular discourse and take their place in a field that invites an interdisciplinary and pluralistic approach like few others.
Armenian literature from the seventeenth century up to the present is understudied and will amply repay scholarly engagement.
In recent decades, the study of Armenian material culture, mythology and folklore has made great strides, next to art and architecture.The series welcomes contributions in these extensive fields.
Armenian Texts and Studies deals with Armenian prehistory up to the modern and contemporary period and promotes research that applies methods current in sociology, anthropology and other social sciences next to those used in literary, linguistic and historical studies, including the study of Armenian cinema and modern media.
This series provides introductions to various Indo-European languages, with an emphasis on their historical development. Volumes in the series are published in paperback, aiming primarily at students interested in Indo-European Linguistics.

The series has published two volumes since 2014.
Begründet von Cola Minis†

In Verbindung mit:
Elzbieta Adamczyk (Poznan)
Haraldr Bernharðsson (Reykjavík)
Elvira Glaser (Zürich)
Joseph Salmons (Madison, Wisconsin)
A.H. Touber (Riethoven)
Arjen Versloot (Amsterdam)

Herausgegeben von:
Guus Kroonen
Erika Langbroek
Arend Quak
Annelies Roeleveld

Anschrift der Redaktion für Beiträge und Besprechungsexemplare / Editor’s address for submission of articles and books for reviews:
Prof. Dr. A. Quak
Institute for Old Germanic Languages
University of Amsterdam
Spuistraat 134
1012 VB AMSTERDAM
The Netherlands
Email: Arend Quak

Hinweise zur Manuscriptgestaltung können bei der Redaktion angeforderd werden. / Please also apply to the editor for guidelines for articles and reviews.

Edited by Craig Melchert and Olav Hackstein

This series offers a new venue for high-quality original studies in Indo-European linguistics, from both a comparative and historical perspective, including relevant works on the prehistory/early history of the oldest descendant languages. It will also welcome studies in poetics and comparative mythology that include a significant linguistic and philological component. It seeks especially to fulfill the unmet need for analyses that employ innovative approaches and take account of the latest developments in general linguistic models and methods. The scope of the series is avowedly international, but authors are encouraged to write in English to maximize dissemination of their ideas.

The series published an average of two volumes per year over the last 5 years.

Edited by Alexander Lubotsky

Series edited by A. Lubotsky

The series published three volumes over the last 5 years.
The journal Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik includes studies on the older Germanic languages.

Please note that Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik title is published as a Journal in print and online from 2016 (volume 76) onwards . All back volumes are still available in print.

Edited by Franc Schuerewegen and Marc Smeets

Les C.R.I.N. (Cahiers de recherche des instituts néerlandais de langue et de littérature française) réunissent, sans périodicité fixe, des travaux d’analyse littéraire.

The series published an average of one volume per year over the last 5 years.

Edited by Egbert Fortuin, Janneke Kalsbeek and Peter Houtzagers

Studies in Slavic and General Linguistics is mainly devoted to the field of descriptive linguistics. Although the series is primarily intended to be a means of publication for linguists from the Low Countries, the editors are pleased to accept contributions by linguists from abroad.
Studies in Slavic and General Linguistics appears at irregular intervals, but the Editors aim at bringing out an average one volume a year.