Hiperboreea (ISSN 2688-8211; E-ISSN 2284-5666) is the official journal of the Balkan History Association. It publishes articles in the field of History, written in English and occasionally French, and book reviews, or evaluations of scholarly conferences. Our focus is the study of Southeastern Europe, broadly defined as the states situated in the Balkan region.
Without limiting its scope to a specific historical period or approach, the journal covers a wide range of topics, such as Cultural History, Political History, Military History, Social History, Economic History, and Archaeology, and encourages work on any historical period and with a multidisciplinary approach.
Since its first publication in 2012, Hiperboreea has had a monthly periodicity from January 2012 to March 2013, a quarterly publication until the end of 2013, and, starting 2014, a biannual appearance.
Starting from 2020, Hiperboreea is published by the Penn State University Press (PSU Press). The editors will inform authors of the decision on their manuscripts within a few weeks from submission. All articles submitted to our journal are reviewed following a double blind peer-review, which means that the reviewer’s and author’s identities are concealed from each other throughout the review process. Our policy requires at least two reviewers per issue, although it is customary that many more reviewers cooperate on individual articles. Members of the Balkan History Association will receive printed and electronic copies by virtue of their membership.
Hiperboreea is one of the few Romanian journals that have built a solid presence in the online environment, being indexed in the following international databases and libraries:
Web of Science (ESCI), EBSCO, Scopus, CEEOL, ERIH PLUS, ProQuest, ProQuest Philosophy Database, Index Copernicus, JSTOR, Ulrich, WorldCat, Regesta Imperii, J-Gate, Persée, Modern Language Association International Bibliography, Bibliographical Information Base in Patristics, International Medieval Bibliography, International Bibliography of Humanism and the Renaissance, Columbia International Affairs Online, Romanian Academy Library, National Library of Australia, Oxford Library, Harvard Library, University of Waterloo Library, State Library of New South Wales University, University of Toronto Libraries, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Villanova University Library, University Library of Tübingen, Marburg University Library, Ghent University Library, Flinders University Library, Regensburg University Library, Lancaster University Library, Mount St. Mary College Library, University Library of KU Leuven, UNSW Sydney Library, Simon Fraser University Library, ACNP of the University of Bologna, University of Washington Libraries, Scuola Normale Superiore, Portland State University Library, Kyushu University Library, KVC of the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Hebis, eLIBRARY.RU.