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Ethnologia Europaea is an interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal, founded in 1967, focusing on European cultures and societies. In 2015 it was adopted by the International Society for Ethnology and Folklore (SIEF) as its flagship journal. Ethnologia Europaea is a membership journal supported by the International Society for Ethnology and Foklore and funded by the Nordic Board for Periodicals in the Humanities and Social Sciences (NOP-HS).Focus and Scope for Ethnologia Europaea
Ethnologia Europaea is an interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal with a focus on European cultures and societies, past and present. The journal was first published in 1967 and since then it has acquired position as the international flagship journal within European Ethnology and related fields. It carries material of great interest for European ethnologists, cultural anthropologists and scholars of folklore, as well as culture historians and cultural studies scholars worldwide.
Associated with the principal international society in the field: International Society for Ethnology and Folklore (SIEF), the journal is A-ranked as according to the European Science Foundation journal evaluation (ERIH+) and a level 2 (top level) journal, as according to the Norwegian model.
The journal is published biannually, usually with one open issue and one thematic issue. Each manuscript is evaluated by a double-blind peer review, including those submitted together as a 'special issue'.
The journal is edited by joint editors-in-chief Marie Sandberg and Monique Scheer. Production management is handled by Magdalena Tellenbach and graphic design by Pernille Sys Hansen.
Ethnologia Europaea is supported by the International Society for Ethnology and Folklore (SIEF) and funded by the Nordic Board for Periodicals in the Humanities and Social Sciences (NOP-HS). In compliance with the ERIH+ criteria all contributions published in Ethnologia Europaea is given an abstract in English as well as an author biography, including affiliation and contact information.Submission Checklist
This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.
Users have the right to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of articles in this journal, and to use them for any other lawful purpose.
Authors retain copyright. Works are released under a Creative Commons license, which provides unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited. The Creative Commons License stipulates that: "You must attribute the work in the manner specified by the author or licensor (but not in any way that suggests that they endorse you or your use of the work)."Licences
Ethnologia Europaea allows the following licences for submission:
All submissions will be double-blind peer reviewed by active researchers. All communication will be through the joint editors-in-chief.
All submitted manuscripts are first reviewed by the editors. Those papers that seem most likely to meet our editorial criteria are sent for formal review. The editors reserve the right to reject manuscripts without sending them for formal review.
Promising submissions are sent for formal review, typically to two reviewers, but sometimes more. The editors make a decision based on the reviewers' advice from among the following options:
Accept: Your submission has been accepted as is.
Revisions Required: Your submission requires minor changes and will be accepted once those have been completed.
Resubmit for Review: Your submission needs significant re-working. A new file must be submitted and another round of review will take place.
Reject: Your submission was not accepted for publication with this journal, either because it was not seen to be of high enough quality, or its subject did not match the journal.
While reviews in all cases are blind, we recognise that some articles are exceptionally hard to anonymize. We therefore ask reviewers to disclose any conflicts of interest, disclose whether they know the identity of the author and to justify their comments solely on the basis of the article under submission. These factors will be combined and considered at the discretion of the editors in reaching a decision.
In the case of editors, their close colleagues, or members of the editorial board submitting, the submission will be handled by other members of the team who must adhere strictly to the recommendations of external reviewers.
Articles submitted together in 'special issues' will be evaluated separately, and some may not pass the formal review and thus not be included in the end. These decisions are made together with guest editors, but the final decision resides with the journal editors-in-chief.