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Studia Asiatica. International Journal for Asian Studies
Asian Studies. International Journal for Asian Studies

Publishing House: Romanian Assoc. for the History of Religions & Inst. for the History of Religions, Romanian Academy
Subject(s): History
Frequency: 2 issues
ISSN: 1582-9111
Status: Later issues not available

  • 2000
  • 2001
  • 2002
  • 2003
  • 2005
  • 2006
  • 2009
  • Issue No. 1/I
  • Issue No. 2/II
  • Issue No. 3/III
  • Issue No. 4+5/IV
  • Issue No. 6/V
  • Issue No. 7/VI
  • Issue No. 10/IX
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Short Description

Studia Asiatica was founded in 2000, being the first new Romanian journal of Asian studies, after the collapse of Communism (1989). The aims of the founders of the Journal were to walk in the footsteps of the previous generations of Orientalist scholars. Studia Asiatica is a generalist journal, welcoming studies in Asian religious history, culture, folklore and civilisation. Being a forum of international debate, Studia Asiatica is issued in five important languages (English, French, Italian, German, and Spanish). Its contributors come from mainstream academic institutions in Europe, the USA, Asia and elsewhere. Chief Editors Eugen CIURTIN Mihaela TIMUŞ Associate Editors Henk BLEZER (Leiden) Christian BOUY (Paris) Virgil CIOCÂLTAN (Bucharest) Franz GRENET (Paris) Viorel PANAITE (Paris-Bucharest) Andrea PIRAS (Bologna) Rodica POP (Bucharest) Victor SPINEI (Jassy) Anne VERGATI (Paris) Ludovic VIÉVARD (Lyon) Honorary Scientific Board Nalini BALBIR (Paris) Heinz BECHERT (Göttingen) Oscar BOTTO (Torino) Katia BUFFETRILLE (Paris) Anne CHAYET (Paris) Agostino CILARDO (Naples) Vladimir DRIMBA (Bucharest) Hubert DURT (Paris - Kyoto) Hartmut-Ortwin FEISTEL (Berlin) Rupert M. L. GETHIN (Bristol) Philippe GIGNOUX (Paris) Peter GOLDEN (Rutgers) Jean KELLENS (Paris) Per KVÆRNE (Oslo) Jean LECLANT (Paris) Siegfried LIENHARD (Stockholm) Boris OGUIBÉNINE (Strasbourg) Antonio PANAINO (Bologna) Georges-Jean PINAULT (Paris) Irma PIOVANO (Torino) Christiane RECK (Göttingen) Helmut ROTH (Bonn) Klaus RÖHRBORN (Göttingen) David Seyfort RUEGG (London) Vladimir LIŠCÁK (Prague) Michael E. STONE (Jerusalem) Akira YUYAMA (Tokyo