The areas of interest of Ancient Narrative are: Greek, Roman, Jewish novelistic traditions, including novels proper, the "fringe", as well as the fragments; narrative texts of the Byzantine age, early Christian narrative texts - and the reception of these works in modern literature, film and music.
eJIM, the eJournal of Indian medicine, is a multidisciplinary periodical that publishes studies on traditional South Asian medical systems by qualified scholars in philology, medicine, pharmacology, botany, anthropology and sociology.
The European Journal of Life Writing is an interdisciplinary e-journal, published by IABA Europe and University of Groningen Press. EJLW aims to provide a forum for work in the field of life narratives, ranging from conceptual to practical and creative work.
The Groningen Journal of International Law is a Dutch foundation (Stichting), founded in 2012. The Journal is a not-for-profit, open-access, electronic publication that reflects the broader internationalization of law. GroJIL is run by volunteering students from several different countries at the University of Groningen, the Netherlands, with supervision conducted by an Advisory Board of academics.
Magazijn voor Leerstellige Rechtsvergelijking op Historische Grondslag. A publication of the Groningsch Rechtshistorisch Fonds Foundation.
Historical journal Groniek is a publication of the Groniek Foundation. It is an academic journal with contributions from academics at home and abroad. The editorial board consists of University of Groningen History students. It was founded in 1967.
Historia Agriculturae publishes the results of research performed by NAHI staff and other researchers. The Netherlands Agricultural Historical Institute (NAHI) is a joint institute of the University of Groningen and the Wageningen University and Research Centre for the documentation of and research on Dutch agricultural history and rural history.
This series is available digitally from 2000.
The IJPP is an online, open-access, peer reviewed journal for research in the areas of personality, individuality, intelligence, and individual differences in a broad sense, including studies with a cultural or cross-cultural content.
This journal foregrounds knowledge that is developing in a new academic study-line that focuses on communication and deafblindness from various theoretical perspectives. The study-line is connected to the International Master in Pedagogical Sciences on Communication and Deafblindness at the University of Groningen in the Netherlands.
The annual journal Palaeohistoria - full title Acta et Communicationes Instituti Bio-Archaeologici Universitatis Groninganae - is edited by the staff of the Institute, and carries detailed articles on material culture, analysis of radiocarbon data and the results of excavations, surveys and coring campaigns. Palaeohistoria plays an essential role in the exchange network of journals that has been established with 160 other archaeological institutes in the Netherlands and abroad.
The Dutch-language journal Paleo-aktueel appears annually, and carries short, richly illustrated articles on current research by GIA staff members, students and alumni to keep the general public, including authorities and planners, informed about recent research performed at the Groningen Institute of Archaeology.
Pictogram is the information bulletin for the latest developments in information and communication technology at the University of Groningen. Pictogram is free of charge and appears quarterly. Pictogram is a joint publication of the University Library (UL) and the Donald Smits Centre for Information Technology (CIT) of the University of Groningen.
Stem-, Spraak- en Taalpathologie (SSTP) is an academic journal on voice, speech and language disorders. It is aimed at researchers and healthcare and education professionals in the Netherlands and Belgium.
Studies in Roman and Byzantine Law.
This Dutch quarterly journal for Reformed Theology offers scholarly articles, a meditation, a reflection on current affairs in church and theology, focus articles on important publications, book reviews and book announcements.
The Tijdschrift voor Skandinavistiek (Journal for Scandinavian Studies) is a research forum initiated by Scandinavian Studies scholars from the Dutch-speaking areas, aimed at presenting Scandinavian Studies research initiated or conducted elsewhere. This may include literature, linguistics, cultural and historical research.
The journal US WURK (1952-) publishes scholarly contributions on Frisian language and literature. Languages of publication are Frisian, Dutch, English, German and French. Contributions written in Frisian, Dutch or French have an English or German summary.
Virtus. Journal of Nobility Studies is an independent, multidisciplinary and multilingual peer-reviewed journal with contributions on all aspects of the history of the nobility.
This multilingual yearbook offers a forum for innovative, national and international research in the field of ritual and liturgical studies. The Yearbook is co-published by IRiLiS, Amsterdam and the Centre of Religion and Heritage (CRH), Groningen. From 1995-2016 the official Dutch title was Jaarboek voor Liturgieonderzoek, available Open Access from 2006-2016.
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