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ARCHÆVS. Studies in the History of Religions
ARCHAEUS. Studies in the History of Religions

Publishing House: Romanian Assoc. for the History of Religions & Inst. for the History of Religions, Romanian Academy
Subject(s): Theology and Religion
Frequency: 1 issues
ISSN: 1453-5165
Status: Active

  • 2001
  • 2002
  • 2003
  • 2004
  • 2005
  • 2006
  • 2007
  • 2009
  • 2010
  • 2011
  • 2012
  • 2016
  • Issue No. V (1-4)
  • Issue No. VI
  • Issue No. VII (1-4)
  • Issue No. VIII (1-4)
  • Issue No. IX (1-4)
  • Issue No. X (1-2)
  • Issue No. X (3)
  • Issue No. XI-XII
  • Issue No. XIII
  • Issue No. XIV
  • Issue No. XV 1-2
  • Issue No. XV 3-4
  • Issue No. XVI 1-4
  • Issue No. XIX-XX
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Short Description

Archaeus was founded in 1997, being the first Romanian journal for the history of religion after the collapse of Communism in 1989. Issued under the academic umbrella of the Centre for the History of Religions (Bucharest), each volume of Archaeus is the result of collaboration between scholars of religion across the world. The editors are strongly committed to welcoming manuscripts submitted by young Romanian scholars interested in the historical, hermeneutical and theological aspects of religion. Being a forum of international debate, Archaeus is issued in five major languages (English, French, Italian, German, and Spanish), including only occasional brief notes or book reviews in Romanian. Archaeus welcomes contributions reflecting the many theoretical stages of the study of religion, provided that they pass the test of scholarly excellence. The editors encourage in particular a comparative and interdisciplinary approach in the history of religions. Chief Editors: Eugen CIURTIN, Gabriela CURSARU, Mihail NEAMŢU, Mihaela TIMUŞ Associate Editors: Giovanni CASADIO (University of Salerno), Daniela DUMBRAVA (Institute for Humanist Studies, Florence), Andrei OIŞTEANU (University of Bucharest), Viorel PANAITE (University of Bucharest), Dan SLUŞANSCHI (University of Bucharest) Honorary Scientific Board Petre ALEXANDRESCU, Institute of Archaeology, Bucharest Douglas ALLEN, University of Maine, Orono Peter ANTES, University of Hannover Alexandru BARNEA, University of Bucharest Gérard CAPDEVILLE, University of Paris Paul CERNOVODEANU, Romanian Academy, Bucharest Giulia Sfameni GASPARRO, University of Messina Moshe IDEL, Hebrew University of Jerusalem François de POLIGNAC, Fellow CNRS- Paris Michael PYE, University of Marburg Mac Linscott RICKETTS, Independence, VA Bryan S. RENNIE, New Wilmington, PA Paul H. STAHL, Institute for South-Eastern Studies, Bucharest Tudor TEOTEOI, University of Bucharest Emilio SUÁREZ DE LA TORRE, University of Valladolid Ion TALOS, University of Cologne Quarterly since 2007