We are pleased to inform you that the latest issue of Hiperboreea, Vol. 10, No. 1 (2023) has been released and is available online through the Scholarly Publishing Collective (managed by Duke University Press). Soon it will be available on print. Many thanks to all those that submitted articles and book reviews to ensure the scholarly excellence and diversity of our journal: Vasileios Tsiotras (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki), Mirosław Dymarski (University of Wrocław), Ledia Dushku and Edon Qesari (Institute of History, Tirana), Vidin Sukarev (Agricultural University of Plovdiv), Rok Stergar (University of Ljubljana), Csete Katona (University of Debrecen), Andrei Prohin (National Museum of Ethnography and Natural History in Chișinău), Adinel C. Dincă (Babeș-Bolyai University), Aytaç Yürükçü (University of Eastern Finland), Julieta Rotaru (Institut National des Langues et Civilisations Orientales, Paris), Artan Hoxha (Institute of History, Tirana), Mihaela Gligor (Institute of History ‘George Bariţiu’, Cluj-Napoca), Veselina Uzunova (Regional Museum of History in Haskovo), Sorin Paliga (University of Bucharest), Anna-Christine Weirich (Frankfurt am Main). One article is available worldwide under an open access license: “We will look like fools if nothing comes of this Yugoslavia!”: The Establishment of Yugoslavia from the Perspective of Slovene Contemporaries by Rok Stergar (University of Ljubljana).
Hiperboreea is published by the Penn State University Press on behalf of the Balkan History Association (BHA). All individual members of the association will receive a copy of Hiperboreea (print and electronic). Their latest publications as well as other scientific activity mentioned in the application form will be included into an annual newsletter, which will be distributed among members, partners and collaborators (membership section).