Revue Belge de Philologie et d'Histoire
The Revue Belge de Philologie et d’Histoire – Belgisch Tijdschrift voor Filologie en Geschiedenis (ISSN 0035-0818), founded in 1922, has three main objectives. 1) It solicits and publishes articles presenting original research in the areas of philology and history. The first issue each year is dedicated to Ancient History and Classical Philology, the third issue to Romance, Germanic and Slavonic Philology, the second and fourth to Medieval, Modern and Contemporary History. Articles can be written for publication in French, Dutch, German, English, Spanish and Italian. All submissions will be assessed by an international review committee. From its foundation the Revue has been the most important periodical dealing with this sector of the Humanities in Belgium. With contributions from scholars across the world the Revue is counted among the major periodicals in its field, with a truly international reputation. 2) It publishes bibliographical articles assessing and synthesising current scholarly opinion on philological and historical matters, and review articles and shorter reviews of recent publications. To this end the Revue maintains an extensive critical and scholarly correspondance with universities, research institutes and individual specialists in Europe and worldwide. 3) It publishes annually (since 1953) a bibliography of Belgian History (Bibliographie de l’histoire de Belgique), an exhaustive work and research tool (comparable to the Bibliographie annuelle d’histoire de France, published by the CNRS, and the Repertorium van boeken en tijdschriftartikelen betreffende de geschiedenis van Nederland…, etc.).
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