CfP: HEROS Helsinki Romanian Studies

Call for papers

Helsinki Romanian Studies (HEROS) Journal is a double-blind peer-reviewed academic
journal issued by Helsinki University Library and Helsinki University, the Lectureship of
Romanian Language and Culture (the Romanian Language in Bucharest, Romania) at the
University of Helsinki, The Faculty of Arts, The Department of Languages. The journal
publishes two issues per year every six months starting from the publication of the first issue.
Its purpose comprises research and cooperation with similar local or foreign research entities,
along with publishing research and encouraging academic dialogue in the field of Romanian
HEROS JOURNAL publishes original articles on Romanian language, literature, culture and
civilization, proposing various interferences between philological sciences, arts and humanities
and social sciences. HEROS issues are non-thematic/thematic and address to any researcher
interested in Romanian culture and civilization in a national and/or global context. Thus,
HEROS Journal accepts proposals of special issues, thus welcoming a guest editor responsabile
for the issue. Observing academic requirements, contributors are invited to submit texts from
any field that can present a novel perspective on Romania. Authors may consider various areas
such as linguistics, literature, visual and performing arts, cinema, history, philosophy, political
studies, etc. that include, in a personal form, concepts such as: identity and identity
construction, geography, marginality, the Centre, neighbourhoods, freedom and the negotiation
of freedom, censorship and totalitarianism, integration and resilience, individuality and
collectivity, dystopia and utopia, the ‘Other’ in various contexts, exclusion and exile, diaspora
and emigration, nationality and transnationality, gender and ethnicity, religion and spirituality,
popular culture and the academic dimensions of education, influences and manifestations of
new media, transdiciplinary approaches integrating medical and science terms, up to the new
construction of worlds through AI. Each author is free to propose any theme through which
Romania can be exploited in a novel view.
Hence you are invited to submit articles on every of the topics in Romanian studies listed above
by 15th September 2024 to the journal website at .
HEROS Journal also welcomes academic review articles or scientific book reviews.
The journal publishes articles in Romanian, English, French, Italian, Portuguese,

For details about the journal and the publication process, please visit the journal website at: .
For the writing and citation guidelines, consult the attached document as well as the journal
website: .

HEROS Journal editorial team

Author: Aisseco

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