Call for papers 2019

Call for papers

Annales Universitatis Apulensis. Series Historica (AUASH), 23/1 (2019)

Indexed by SCOPUS - Elsevier, ERIH-PLUS, EBSCO, and CEEOL


  Thematic issue:

Minorities in Central and Eastern Europe throughout the 20th Century


 Editor: Sorin Arhire


The theme of this volume is inspired by the situation of minorities in Central and Eastern Europe since the early 20th century when the Austro-Hungarian Empire, the Tsarist Empire and the Ottoman Empire were still a reality and until the ’90s which came with their inter-ethnic conflicts in the former Yugoslav and former Soviet spaces.

Borders suffered substantial changes after the end of the First World War but there were no significant population movements, while after the Second World War things were precisely the other way around, i.e. Central and Eastern Europe saw insignificant border transformations, but there were strong movements of emigration, deportations and transfers of populations or even “ethnic cleansing” processes. 

A special focus is given to the situation of Jews until the creation of the state of Israel, to the Germans until the reunification of Germany and to the Hungarians during the post-Trianon period. 


Submission deadlines:

15 April 2019 - title of the study, up to 300 words abstract and a very short bibliographical note;

30 June 2019 - the final paper, its abstract in English and also five keywords.




Call for papers

Annales Universitatis Apulensis. Series Historica (AUASH), 23/2 (2019)

Indexed by CEEOL, EBSCO, ERIH-PLUS, and SCOPUS - Elsevier


  Thematic issue:

 Communities within community. Social and Religious Solidarities in European Medieval and Modern Societies

 Editors: Daniel Dumitran, Cosmin Popa-Gorjanu

 This issue of the annual aims to publish contributions that focus on the emergence, development, and transformation of solidarity groups such as the fraternities, charitable or professional associations, or locally organized structures functioning at the level of neighborhoods within localities.  We invite papers framed in the following fields: history, social history, sociology of religion, but also in other fields of humanities and social sciences.

Possible Topics:

Medieval solidarities: Relationships within/between fraternal organizations, guilds

Early modern and modern solidarities: neighborhoods, fraternal organizations, religious associations

Dissolution of traditional solidarities and new forms of solidarity in industrial societies


Submission deadlines:

June 30th, 2019 (for title, up to 100 words abstract, and a short biographical note);

October 1st , 2019 (for the final paper).