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The JOURNAL OF INDO-EUROPEAN STUDIES is a forty-four year old publication which serves as a medium for the exchange and synthesis of information relating to the anthropology, archaeology, mythology, philology, and general cultural history of the Indo-European speaking peoples.

The Online version of the Spring/Summer 2016 double issue (Volume 44 Nos. 1&2) has been uploaded for Online subscriptions.  The Print version shipped at the end of July 2016.

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Editorial Board

General Editor:
        J P Mallory (Queens, Belfast)
Linguistics Editors:
        Vyacheslav Ivanov (UCLA)
        Douglas Adams (Idaho)
        Peter Schrijver (Utrecht)
        Jenny Larsson (Stockholm)
Mythology Editors:
        Dean Miller (Occidental)
        Emily West (St Catherine
                  University)
        Nick Allen (Oxford)
   
Archaeology Editor:
        David Anthony (Oneonta)
Book Review Editors:
        Linguistics
                J P Mallory
        Archaeology
                R Pearson
        Mythology
                Dean Miller & John Colarusso

Manuscripts

Manuscripts should be sent to:

J P Mallory
School of Archaeology Queen's University
Belfast, BT7 1NN
Northern Ireland
United Kingdom
j.mallory@qub.ac.uk

Click here to download the most recent instructions and guidelines for contributors.

Books for Review

Books which relate directly to Indo-European studies may be sent to the following review editors:

Karlene Jones-Bley, Archaeology Book Review Editor
2143 Kelton Avenue
Los Angeles, California 90025-5705
USA

J P Mallory, Linguistics Book Review Editor
School of Archaeology Queen's University
Belfast, BT7 1NN
Northern Ireland
United Kingdom

Dean Miller, Mythology Book Review
Co-Editor

10848 South Hoyne Avenue
Chicago, IL 60643-3321
USA


Other Correspondence & Inquiries

Inquiries and business correspondence should be sent to:

The JOURNAL OF INDO-EUROPEAN STUDIES
P.O. Box 34143
Washington, DC 20043
USA

Tel: (202) 266-9908
Fax: (202) 508-1018
Email: iejournal@aol.com


Subscriptions

Current yearly subscription rates for one calendar year (one volume):

Librairies & Institutions Print only - $188
Librairies & Institutions Online only - $188
Librairies & Institutions Print and Online - $248
Private individuals (Print) - $60
Students (Print) - $50

Postage fee for print subscriptions shipped to non-U.S. addresses - $30

Librairies and institutions with dedicated IP addresses may subscribe to the electronic, online version. Subscriptions are for up to 5 ranges of IP addresses. Please add $20 for each additional 5 IP ranges.


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Updated [Dec 1, 2016]

Monograph Series

Please note that monographs in the JIES Monograph Series appear irregularly.

Monographs appear at varying intervals and differ in size and price. There is therefore no annual subscription price to the Monograph Series but Standing Orders may be placed (good until cancelled) for the supply of future monographs to be shipped and invoiced when published. The vast majority of Monographs are kept permanently in print and available for purchase. Inquiries may be directed to iejournal@aol.com.

We also recommend the large and valuable collection of linguistic references, including Indo-European languages, Indo-European linguistics, Indo-European culture, Indo-European texts, online documents, scholars' publications, and more, found at the Indo-European Documentation Center at the University of Texas at Austin.

Creation of the Indo-European Documentation Center, which is designed as a service to scholars and members of the public interested in Indo-European language and culture, was supported by the Diebold Foundation. The Center's long-range goal is to provide a searchable index of materials. Our original 1999 index was produced by the Center and we are most grateful for our continued collaborations.


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