Method of peer review
single-blind undertaken by a specialist member of the Board or an external specialist
Archaeology, history, Egypt, Sudan, Nubia, Kush, Middle Nile, Paleolithic to early modern
Accepts Contributions in Open Access
Nubia is a broad term for the cultures of the Middle Nile region in what is now northern Sudan and southern Egypt. Nubia has been historically significant in north-eastern Africa and in connecting Africa with the Mediterranean region and the Middle East, but there remains a sense that its cultures remain little known by comparison with ancient and medieval societies to the north.
The Middle Nile region has been the subject of documentation, historical research, and archaeological survey and excavation for nearly 200 years in a discipline that has come to be known as Nubian Studies. Today, Nubian Studies extends over a broad area of north-eastern Africa that has historically been in contact with the Middle Nile.
This series aims to contribute to the dissemination of knowledge of Nubia and its connections in this broad geographical and historical sense by publishing monographs, analytical studies, and edited collections on the archaeology and history of north-eastern Africa from earliest prehistory to the early modern period. The methodological range of the series is broad, encompassing both archaeology and history, as well as art history, bioarchaeology, environmental studies, museum studies, and discussions of heritage.
Geoff Emberling, University of Michigan
Michele Buzon, Purdue University
Mahmoud el-Tayeb, Uniwersytet Warszawski
Intisar Soghayroun Elzein, Khartoum University
Angelika Lohwasser, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster
Marc Maillot, Section française de la direction des antiquités du Soudan
Andrea Manzo, Università degli Studi di Napoli Frederico II
Claudia Näser, UCL London
Artur Obłuski, Uniwersytet Warszawski
Main Language: English
Additional Languages: French, German
Single-blind undertaken by a specialist members of the Editorial Board or external specialists
All volumes in this series are evaluated by an Editorial Board, strictly on academic grounds, based on reports prepared by referees who have been commissioned by virtue of their specialism in the appropriate field. The Board ensures that the screening is done independently and without conflicts od interest. The definitve texts supplied by authors are also subject to review by the Board before being approved for publication.
Author guidelines in English can be found at: https://www.brepols.net/permalink/stylesheet-author
Submissions should be sent to:
Geoff Emberling email@example.com