Studii Românești/Romanian Studies/Études Roumaines/Rumänische Studien
Irina Livezeanu Lavinia Stan
Department of History Department of Political Science
University of Pittsburgh St. Francis Xavier University
Pittsburgh, PA 15260 P.O.Box 5000, Antigonish, NS
USA Canada B2G 2W5
Editorial Assistant: Narcis Tulbure (email@example.com).
Maria Bucur (University of Indiana at Bloomington, USA)
Magda Cârneci (Universitatea Națională de Arte din București, Romania)
Tom Gallagher (University of Bradford, UK)
Mihai Dinu Gheorghiu (Universitatea „Al. I. Cuza”, Iași, Romania)
Armin Heinen (Rheinisch-Westfälische Technische Hochschule, Aachen, Germany)
Gail Kligman (University of California, Los Angeles, USA)
Vintilă Mihăilescu (SNSPA, București, Romania)
Mihaela Miroiu (SNSPA, București, Romania)
Bogdan Murgescu (Universitatea din București, Romania)
Andrei Terian (Lucian Blaga University din Sibiu, Romania)
About the Book Series
The Society for Romanian Studies (SRS), the world’s premier academic organization dedicated to the advancement of Romanian Studies, and Polirom, Romania’s largest publisher of academic titles, have partnered to launch a book series, Studii Româneşti/Romanian Studies/Études Roumaines/Rumänische Studien. We publish scholarly books in Romanian or Romanian translation authored or edited by SRS members.
We are currently accepting three types of manuscripts:
- Romanian translations of scholarly monographs that have already been published in a foreign language
- Original scholarly monographs written in Romanian
- Edited collections of Romanian-language essays dealing with a unifying theme. These collections may include, but are not limited to, updated and improved versions of papers presented at the SRS Sibiu conference in 2012.
Book proposals should deal with Romania and/or Moldova and the populations living on their territories or with the Romanian and Moldovan diasporas and cultures and have primarily an academic profile. Contributions may have a disciplinary, interdisciplinary or multidisciplinary focus, drawing on history, political science, sociology, anthropology, law, economics, linguistics, literature, art history, and other fields. All manuscripts and books that are submitted will undergo a rigorous review process.
Further information on how to submit a book proposal is available below. For inquiries and suggestions, please contact either the series editors or members of the Advisory Board.
For further inquiries, and suggestions please contact the series editors, the series consultant, or the members of the Advisory Board.
About the Book Series