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Transylvanian Review
Transylvanian Review

Publishing House: Academia Română – Centrul de Studii Transilvane
Subject(s): Cultural history, Diplomatic history, Economic history, History of ideas, Local History / Microhistory, Military history, Political history, Middle Ages, Modern Age, Recent History (1900 till today), Special Historiographies:, Demography and human biology, Book-Review, Ethnic Minorities Studies
Frequency: 6 issues
Print ISSN: 1221-1249
Status: Active

  • 2015
  • 2016
  • 2017
  • 2018
  • 2019
  • Issue No. 1/XXIV
  • Issue No. 1/XXV
  • Issue No. 1/XXV
  • Issue No. 2/XXV
  • Issue No. 3/XXV
  • Issue No. 4/XXV
  • Issue No. Suppl 2/XXV
  • Issue No. 1/XXVI
  • Issue No. 2/XXVI
  • Issue No. 3/XXVI
  • Issue No. 4/XXVI
  • Issue No. Suppl 2/XXVI
  • Issue No. 1/XXVII
  • Issue No. 2/XXVII
  • Issue No. 3/XXVII
  • Issue No. 4/XXVII
  • Issue No. Suppl 1/XXVII
  • Issue No. Suppl 2/XXVII
  • Issue No. 1/XXVIII
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Short Description

Scientific periodical of the Center for Transylvanian Studies, the Transylvanian Review quarterly is published exclusively in widely spoken languages (English, French, German, Italian) and regularly sent to nearly 200 Romanian and foreign libraries.

Transylvanian Review is indexed by Thomson Reuters and EBSCO, and accredited by CNCS.

Transylvanian Review comes to continue the tradition of the Revue de Transylvanie (1934-1944), founded by historian Silviu Dragomir, initially published in Cluj and then in Sibiu during World War II. After a long period of absence coinciding with the communist era, the review was revived in 1991.

Transylvanian Review features studies, articles, debates and book reviews pertaining to various cultural fields, with direct reference to Transylvania, seen as a multicultural space of ethnic, linguistic, religious contacts.