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Ethnologia Balkanica
Ethnologia Balkanica

Publishing House: LIT Verlag
Subject(s): Social Sciences
Frequency: 1 issues
ISSN: 1111-0411
Status: Active

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Short Description

Ethnologia Balkanica Volumes 1/1997 - 5/2009 have been published by Waxmann Publishers, Münster, Germany. Starting with Volume 10/2006 the journal is published by LIT Publishers, Münster. "With the rise of ethnic tensions an nationalism in some Balkan countires, Ethnologia Balkania is an attempt to establish an international network of scholars and a forum for discourse. After decades of ideological restriction and scholarly isolation of the discipline in many Balkan countries, an open dialogue is needed in order to facilitate discourse among native folklorists and ethnographers and those of Western ethnologists, folklorists and anthropologists by overcoming disciplinary divisions among European Ethnology, modern Volkskunde, folkloristics, ethnography, and cultural and social anthropology." (New Journal Of American Folklore) Ethnologia Balkanica Journal for Southeast European Anthropology Zeitschrift für die Anthropologie Südosteuropas Journal d’anthropologie du sud-est européen Editor-in-chief: Prof. Klaus Roth Co-editor: Dr. Ulf Brunnbauer Editorial Board: Nicolae Constantinescu (Romania), Albert Doja (France), Christian Giordano (Switzerland), Deema Kaneff (Germany), Asker Kartarı (Turkey), Karl Kaser (Austria), Račko Popov(Bulgaria), Klaus Roth (Germany), Stephanie Schwandner-Sievers (England), Vesna Vučinić Nestorović (Serbia). Editorial assistant: Tomislav Helebrant (Munich) The journal is published jointly by the International Association for Southeast European Anthropology (InASEA), the Institut für Volkskunde/European Ethnology at Munich University, and the Ethnographic Institute with Museum of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia. The journal publishes articles by members of InASEA as well as by non-members. All articles are anonymously reviewed.