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Hiperboreea (ISSN 2284–5666) is an online academic journal that publishes studies and articles in English, French or Italian from the field of History as well as book reviews or evaluations of scholarly conferences. Without limiting the scope of the research to a particular geographical area or historical period, the journal covers a wide range of interdisciplinary approaches and analyses on topics related to Cultural History, Political History, Military History, Social History, Economic History and Archeology.

Since its first publication in 2012, Hiperboreea has a monthly periodicity (January 2012-March 2013) and quarterly publication (until the end of 2013). Starting 2014, the journal appears biannually.

Our activity and aims:

– A wide variety of scholarly and original studies on historical, social and cultural change in all parts of the world.

– Two issues per year, each containing around ten major articles and review essays.

– Challenging work by young historians such as PhD students as well as seminal articles by internationally regarded scholars.

– A range of articles that appeal to specialists and communicate the results of the most recent historical research in a readable and lively form.

– Hiperboreea can be considered also a forum for scientific debate, encouraging productive controversy.

– Our activity consists in examination of particular problems and periods as well as wider issues of historical change.

The journal is open access, and there are no publication fees. All articles published in Hiperboreea are peer reviewed and upon acceptance are permanently free for everyone to read, print, distribute and download. No subscription is necessary for non-commercial use of Hiperboreea texts. The method of reviewing is Double‐blind peer‐review in which reviewers are unaware of the identity of the authors, and authors are also unaware of the identity of reviewers. There has to be at least two reviewers for the total number of articles in each issue, with many journals inviting more to ensure responsive feedback.

Hiperboreea is indexed in international databases such as ProQuest Philosophy Database, ProQuest East Europe, Central Europe Database, ProQuest CentralProQuest Central K-12, J-Gate, Index Copernicus, ERIH PLUS, Ulrich, Central and Eastern European Online Library (CEEOL), Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ), Regesta Imperii, International Bibliography of Humanism and the Renaissance (IBHR), Bibliographical Information Base in Patristics (BIBP) and Thomson Reuters’ index Web of Science Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI). Our journal is also included in the following libraries: Romanian Academy Library, National Library of AustraliaOxford Bodleian LibraryHarvard LibraryUniversity of Waterloo LibraryState Library of New South Wales, UNSW LibraryLibrary of Edith Cowan University, Evans Library-Florida Institute of TechnologyVrije Universiteit BrusselUniversity of California-IrvineFalvey Memorial Library from Villanova UniversityCheng Library-William Paterson UniversityMarburg University LibraryIndiana State University LibraryGhent University LibraryFlinders University LibraryUniversity Library of RegensburgLancaster University LibrarySaint Peter’s University LibraryMount Saint Mary College LibraryColorado State University Morgan LibraryUniversity of Strathclyde LibraryUniversity Library of TübingenBibliothèques de l’Université Libre de BruxellesKU Leuven-University LibraryUniversity of Illinois LibraryUniversity of Prince Edward Island-Robertson Library, University of Washington LibrariesUniversity of Saskatchewan Library, University College Cork Library, The Library of the Scuola Normale SuperiorePortland State University LibraryKyushu University LibraryToronto Public LibraryTechnion–Israel Institute of Technology, Library of the Berlin Social Science Center (WZB)Res­earch Library in OlomoucHebis and the world’s largest library online catalog, WorldCat.