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أثيرت: مجلة الجزيرة العربية القديمة
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Athīrat: Journal of Ancient Arabia is a double-blind peer-reviewed journal published by the Hassan bin Mohammed Center for Historical Studies (HBMHC) in collaboration with Brill. The Journal is dedicated to the field of the study of Ancient Arabia covering all of its subdisciplines and approaches (in terms of theories, methodologies, approaches, and findings). Athīrat welcomes a wide range of historical, archaeological, epigraphic, rock art, linguistic, textual, philological, social, cultural, economic and intellectual approaches. The Journal prioritizes the publication of the most recent epigraphic and rock art discoveries in Arabia. Athīrat also encourages interdisciplinary studies that synthesize the aforementioned approaches. The Journal’s chronological remit extends from pre-historic times to the early Islamic period (seventh century CE), and covers the Arabian Peninsula geographically defined, from Yemen and Oman in the south to the Syrian desert in the north, and occasionally adjacent areas.

أثيرت: مجلة الجزيرة العربية القديمة مجلة محكمة تصدر بالتعاون بين مركز حسن بن محمد للدراسات التاريخية وبريل. المجلة مخصصة لتطوير الأبحاث في الدراسات العربية القديمة، والتي تشمل مجموعة واسعة من التخصصات مثل التاريخ وعلم الآثار والنقوش واللغويات والفن الصخري وفن العمارة وغيرها. وباعتبارها مطبوعة ومُحَكّمة من قبل النظراء، تسعى أثيرت إلى عرض أحدث التطورات في هذا المجال، بما في ذلك النظريات والمنهجيات والنتائج. يتم التركيز بشكل خاص على الفن الصخري والاكتشافات الكتابية في شبه الجزيرة العربية. تشجع المجلة الدراسات متعددة التخصصات لتعزيز الفهم الشامل لتاريخ المنطقة وثقافتها ومجتمعها. من الناحية التاريخية، تُغطي أثيرت الفترة حتى بداية الإسلام، وتغطي شبه الجزيرة العربية بأكملها والمناطق المحيطة بها مباشرة. أثيرت: مجلة الجزيرة العربية القديمة هي مجلّةٌ تنشر جميع المقالات وفق رخصة الإتاحة المفتوحة غير المقيّدة برعاية مركز حسن بن محمد للدراسات التاريخية في الدوحة، قطر.

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The Darah Journal of Arabian Peninsula Studies (DJAP) is published biannually by the King Abdulaziz Foundation for Research and Archives (Darah) in association with Brill. The journal aims to publish original scholarly research concerning the Arabian Peninsula from ancient times until the present day, primarily, but not exclusively, in English. Its fields of interest include history, archeology, literature, geography, anthropology, heritage, sociology, and cultural history.
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The International Journal of Wood Culture (IJWC) publishes papers on all aspects of wood and other plant materials such as bamboo, rattan, and bark and their role in art, culture and society in past, present and future. IJWC publishes articles on the role of wood and other plant materials throughout civilization from the ancient period to present, in building and architecture, in music, arts and crafts, in religion and custom, in transportation and sport, or in providing sustainable alternatives to construction and manufacturing materials. Review articles and original research articles, multidisciplinary and discipline specific submissions are considered.
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Journal of Material Cultures in the Muslim World (MCMW) aims to be a new reference for field archaeologists, art historians, anthropologists, curators, and scholars and students of the (art) history, archaeology, architecture, anthropology & ethnography of the Muslim world. This readership represents a new broader definition of material culture that includes not only artefacts, architectural structures and monuments, but also crafts. The journal also aims to inform (other) disciplines and historiographies, by including (unreviewed) archaeological field surveys for example.
The journal focuses on un(der)explored Muslim regions outside of the Middle East and Nord Africa: sub-Saharan Africa, the Indian Ocean, Central Asia, India, South-East Asia and Europe.
The journal accepts submissions in English, French, German and Spanish and short reports in Arabic, Persian and Turkish with an English abstract.
Submissions should be sent to the Editor-in-Chief, Stéphane Pradines.
Frequency: 1 volume per year, 2 issues per volume.
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Published continuously since 1919, the New West Indian Guide (NWIG) is the oldest scholarly journal on the Caribbean, featuring English-language articles in the fields of anthropology, art, archaeology, economics, geography, geology, history, international relations, linguistics, literature, music, political science and sociology, and includes the world's most complete review section on Caribbean books - covering some 150 books each year. NWIG is a peer-reviewed journal and regularly publishes contributions by authors in Brazil, Canada, Colombia, France, England, Germany, Guyana, the Netherlands, Suriname, the United States, and Venezuela, as well as every part of the insular Caribbean.

As the journal receives a subvention for publication from the learned society Vereniging KITLV (NL), the Article Processing Charge (APC) is waived and all articles are published in Open Access at no cost to the author. For more information visit the Brill Open dedicated webpage.

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Old World publishes contributions in all the humanities which deal with different aspects of the African and Eurasian past. It aims to enrich the academic discourse by promoting high-quality research that moves beyond the conventional Eurocentric paradigms. To achieve this goal, Old World particularly endorses two methodological approaches. On the one hand, the journal is interested in contributions that examine Africa and Eurasia as a networked space, prioritizing connections and exchange over the geographically constrained studies related to political and cultural 'centres' in the past or present. On the other, the journal encourages authors to creatively incorporate into their research elements of ontological frameworks and insightful concepts from the cultures of their study.

Old World's emphasis on the study of premodern Africa and Eurasia as a networked space takes methodological inspiration from the Global History approach, which views the world in the past as an inter-connected area, without imposing on it the perspective of Western Europe or other hegemonistic areas. The editors of Old World believe that the insights of Global History apply to a broader range of disciplines, and they encourage authors to focus on the connections and exchange in their studies of such fields as Art History, Philosophy, Archaeology, Linguistics, and Literature. By encouraging the creative use of premodern ontological systems, Old World aims to overcome some of the constraints related to the imposition of the Eurocentric discourse on the study of historical societies. The ontological and terminological systems employed in premodern sources may reflect a more adequate way of explaining the realities of the time than what can be achieved using the conventional academic vocabulary. Therefore, Old World welcomes contributions that thoroughly examine and explain useful concepts from premodern cultures and adopt them as an analytical tool, and not merely as an object of study. Such concepts can be used to elucidate the societies where they had been conceived, as well as to explain realities of other regions and historical periods.

- OW is an Open Access journal, fully-funded by the Research Centre For History and Culture (RCHC).
- OW is only published in a digital format.
- Submissions by both eminent and young scholars are welcome.
- Authors are encouraged to write concisely. Ideally, submitted articles should be below 10,000 words without bibliography. Except special cases, such as review articles covering a broad range of primary and secondary sources, articles should not exceed 12,000 words.
- Submissions may regard any aspects of the Old World: linguistics, history, archeology, art and architecture, philology, literature, philosophy, religion, economy, sociology, anthropology, etc.
- Submissions may regard any civilizations of Africa, Asia, and Europe, developed between prehistory and the 15th century AD, that is, the fall of the Eastern Roman Empire.
- OW also takes into consideration studies of oral literature, such as proverbs and folklore, as well as field work on endangered languages, which represent the legacy of ancient traditions verbally transmitted from generation to generation.
- Scholarly reviews are welcome as well.
- Special issues may be considered for publication.
- Articles must present original work and must have been submitted exclusively to OW.

Peer Review Policy: Old World is a double-blind peer-reviewed journal. Each article published has been reviewed anonymously by at least two external reviewers. This includes articles published in special issues.


The journal is published continuously. Once an article has been approved for publication by the editors, it is published immediately.
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This is a peer-reviewed journal, which is designed to comprehensively document and publish deposited datasets and facilitate their online exploration. The journal aims to contribute to the transparency of research, accelerate dissemination and foster the reuse of scholarly data. RDJ is an e-only and Diamond Open Access journal. Articles are published in Open Access at no cost to the author. RDJ was founded by Brill and DANS in 2016. From 2021 the journal is funded and published in collaboration with CESSDA, the Consortium of European Social Science Data Archives.

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RDJ contains data papers: scholarly publications of medium length (with a maximum of 2500 words) containing a description of a dataset and putting the data in a research context. Each data paper is assessed by peer reviewers and data specialists. They will give feedback to the author and indicate the necessary improvements for acceptance. After the article is accepted for publication, it will be made available as an advance article. Upon publication, each data paper receives a digital object identifier (DOI). The author, usually also the data depositor, will receive publication credits. Datasets that underpin the submitted data papers should be formally published in a trusted digital archive or repository.

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