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Revue des Études Sud-Est Européennes / Journal of South-East European Studies

Published/Hosted by Romanian Academy / Academia Române. ISSN: 0035-2063.

A periodical issued every year with a multidisciplinary character open to specialists from Romania and abroad, RESSEE enjoys a stable reputation within the scientific world. The periodical encompasses a lot of domains of research and has a large spectrum of issues according to certain topics as well as comprising reviews, perusal notes, discussions or reports on events with a scientific relevance. The above mentioned periodical has the honour to have the constant contribution of consecrated specialists from abroad. Subject to praising mentions for having set light into basic subjects of South-East Europe ever since antiquity and up to the present day, the periodical is often reviewed in the scientific periodicals of the field from abroad and is being quoted in monographs, syntheses or bibliographies a proof of its penetration into the international scientific life.Frame Subjects: Civilization Mentalities: Contemporary problems of world communication and developments of mentalities: Links within Danube Europe in the 17th-19th cent. Open-mindedness and limits of Balkan cooperation; Balkan character and European character; The educated people vs. public opinion. Culture: problems and strategies: the part played by the Romanian culture within inter-Balkan relationships; printed culture and national consciousness in South Eastern Europe. Romanian culture within Europe. Sociology anthropology: South Eastern European societies; convergencies, divergencies, conflicts. Ethnocultural identity in South East Europe. Ethnolinguistic interactions: Historical and ethnolinguistic sources in South Eastern Europe. Unity and diversity of popular cultures in South Eastern Europe; contacts among the languages of the area. Linguistic diaspora. Spiritual life: The Byzantine heritage. Social structures and religious tradition within South Eastern Europe. Religious minorities. General issues pertaining to economic and social history; history of the Romanian Ottoman relationships (15th-19th cent.); contemporary history, educated people, Balkan elites; archeology (the art of the Black Sea towns during the Greek Roman antiquity; the relationships of Egypt with the Euxinos Pontos the IVth-Ist cent. BC)

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