Abgadiyat is a scientific peer-reviewed journal co-published by Brill and the Writing and Scripts Center affiliated to Bibliotheca Alexandrina. Its Arabic name means “alphabets".
Abgadiyat’s scope is the study, documentation, conservation, and interpretation of writing, calligraphy, paleography, epigraphy, and inscriptions throughout the world. The journal publishes new academic research in these areas to help better understand the history of all types of ancient writing and how they developed into current writing systems. Abgadiyat promotes the study of inscriptions and the history of writing universally and seeks to raise awareness and further knowledge about the relationships between ancient scripts, paleography, calligraphy, and epigraphy.
Acta Archaeologica, founded in 1930, is the leading scientific international archaeological periodical in Scandinavia. Acta Archaeologica publishes full presentations of important new discoveries, archaeological analyses, and general and interdisciplinary studies with an archaeological basis. Its primary focus is on Northern European archaeology (including Baltic countries) up to AD 1500, and on European and World themes of particular interest to the archaeology of Northern Europe. Emphasis throughout is on quality, originality of data and well documented and illustrated studies, as well as on methodological issues. Contributions by young scholars are especially welcomed.
Africa Review is an interdisciplinary academic journal of the African Studies Association of India (ASA India) and focuses on theoretical, historical, literary and developmental enquiries related to African affairs. The central aim of the journal is to promote a scholarly understanding of developments and change in Africa, publishing both original scholarship on developments in individual countries as well as comparative analyses examining the wider region.
The journal serves the full spectrum of social science disciplinary communities, including anthropology, archaeology, history, law, sociology, demography, development studies, economics, education, gender studies, industrial relations, literature, politics and urban studies.
Africa Review welcomes submissions for special issues and the journal’s four annual issues publish:
• Original research articles (7,000–10,000 words)
• Review articles (7,000–10,000 words)
• Book reviews (1,500–2,500 words)
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The journal presents a scholarly account of studies of individuals and societies in Africa and Asia. Its scope is to publish original research by social scientists in the area of anthropology, sociology, history, political science and related social sciences about African and Asian societies and cultures and their relationships.
The journal focuses on problems and possibilities, past and future. Where possible, comparisons are made between countries and continents. Articles should be based on original research and can be co-authored.