Eastern European History Review


Eastern European History Review is an international and interdisciplinary annually online and open access peer-reviewed journal on Eastern Europe in the Modern Age (XIV-XIX). The Journal is the expression of the Study Center CESPOM (Centro Studi sull’età dei Sobieski e della Polonia Moderna- Center Study on the Age of Sobieski and Modern Poland) of the University of Tuscia, born in 1997.

Eastern European History Review is indexed by ERIH Plus (European Reference Index for the Humanities and Social Science).

Eastern European History Review is classified “Fascia A” in the AREA 11 – Scienze storiche, filosofiche, pedagogiche e psicologiche (History, philosophy and pedagogy) by ANVUR (Agenzia Nazionale di Valutazione del Sistema Universistario e della Rierca).

It publishes articles with significant approaches and original interpretations in all research fields concerning Eastern Europe and its relations with Continental Europe, with specific attention to the historical sciences.

The journal evaluates the publication of original documents (prior authorization by the conservative institution) with relevant and appropriate introductions.

The Eastern European History publishes reviews of books, studies, and essays on the history of this wide geopolitical area.

The main objective of the journal is to create a space for reflection and discussion on topics pertaining Eastern Europe, but also relations with Continental Europe, encouraging dialogue between scholars and experts in this field, and between different approaches of the scientific research.

The articles are subject to a double blind  peer review; editorial guidelines are indicated by an international Scientific and Editorial Committee.

We invite you to read the information about the proposals for publication.