Romano-Arabica is an annual, peer reviewed, international journal published by the Center for Arab Studies, University of Bucharest, since 2001, both on paper – ISSN: 1582-6953 – and on-line.
Editors: George Grigore & Laura Sitaru
Category: A-class Academic Journal Articles cf. AGENZIA NAZIONALE DI VALUTAZIONE DEL SISTEMA UNIVERSITARIO E DELLA RICERCA – ANVUR, ITALIA. See here.
Categoria: ”A” – Consiliul Național al Cercetării Științifice (CNCS), v. nr. 19: <http://www.cncs-nrc.ro/publicatii-stiintifice/>
A Bibliography of Romano-Arabica (2001-2019). See here.
Abstracts of Romano-Arabica 2015-2019 https://www.academia.edu/44341550/Abstracts_Romano_Arabica_2015_2019
The journal is dedicated to the study of Arabic language (classical and dialectal), Arab literature (classical and modern), Islamic thought, Islamic societies, the interaction between the Arab civilization and other civilizations, etc. The Editorial and Advisory Board consists of the academic staff of the Center for Arab Studies of the University of Bucharest and leading scholars in Arab and Islamic studies from prestigious academic institutions around the world.
It was declared the best academic journal of University of Bucharest, in 2017.
The average size of a volume is 200-300 pages. The authors of the articles published until now are high-reputation scholars from Algeria, Austria, Bulgaria, Canada, Czech Republic, Egypt, France, Georgia, Germany, Great Britain, Holland, Hungary, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Italy, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Malta, Morocco, Norway, Qatar, Palestinian Territories, Poland, Romania, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Serbia, Spain, Syria, Ukraine, the United Arab Emirates, the United States of America.
Romano-Arabica is available in numerous academic libraries such as: University of Oxford, Library of Congress, University of Chicago, British Library, University of Cambridge, University of Basel, Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, Bavarian State Library, Pontifical Institute of Arab and Islamic Studies, School of Oriental and African Studies (University of London), Institute of Arab World, Dalhousie University – Killam Memorial Library, and many others.
Romano-Arabica is listed in international databases such as: CEEOL (Central and Eastern European Online Library)
ERIH PLUS, Index Islamicus, ISI, SJR-SCIMAGO JOURNAL&COUNTRY RANK, Cascadilla, wordcat.org.
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