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The Romanian Journal for Baltic and Nordic Studies

 

 

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The journal is an open access biannual double-blind peer-reviewed journal which has been established with the aim of fostering research and dialogue among scholars working in Romania and abroad in fields of research related to the interests of the Association.
Revista Romana de Studii Baltice si Nordice/The Romanian Review for Baltic and Nordic Studies accepts contributions in English. Additionally, in order to promote the knowledge of the Baltic and Nordic languages, the journal may publish articles in any of the Baltic or Nordic languages. The general submission guidelines apply in this case too, except for the English language abstracts which must consist of some 300 to 400 words. In this case, the editorial board decides if the articles are going to be published only in the online edition or  both in the online and printed edition.
We are eager and honored to open our pages to all both senior and young scholars engaged in studies regarding the Baltic and Nordic Europe and Romania’s relations with these regions, along with any reviews on other published books and articles calling attention. Our journal will also host reviews of any scholarly events focusing on any of the themes of the Association.

Please note that the journal does not require publication or article processing charges. The author(s) are allowed to hold the copyright amd publishing rights without restrictions. However, in order to publish in our journal one has to be aware of our policy of ethics and good practice.  The journal allows the reuse and remixing of content in accordance with a Creative Commons license.

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Call for papers

Seventh annual international conference on Baltic and Nordic Studies in Romania. Good governance in Romania and the Nordic and Baltic countries

Nicolae Iorga Institute of History of the Romanian Academy, Romania
November 24-25, 2016

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