ISSN: 0324-1645       ISSN (online): 2534-8574

Études balkaniques

Etudes balkaniques is a quarterly peer-review journal, which has been publishing research since 1964. Research papers related to the Balkan countries in French, English, German, Russian and Italian have appeared in it, thus making them available to a wide scientific community across borders.

Special Editions of Études balkaniques

Actual Review

Published online: 17.03.2023


Health and Social Care Challenges and Practices in Southern and Southeastern Europe in a Long Historical Perspective: Introduction by Alexandre KOSTOV

Violeta MANOLOVA, The Schola Medica Salernitana between Byzantine and Arab-Islamic Tradition in the Kingdom of Sicily (11th – 13th Centuries)

Samuil KAMBUROV, Early Quarantine in the Western Balkans

Giovanni LOMBARDI, Set a Slave Free. Ransom as a Social Connection in the Naples of the Modern Age

Paola AVALLONE, Raffaella SALVEMINI and Andrea ZAPPULLI, Pandemics in the Past. The Plague of 1656 in Naples Through a Particular Source: The Accounting Documents of the Ancient Public Banks

Idamaria FUSCO, A Society of Social Differences: Isolating the Rich and the Poor in the 17th-Century Kingdom of Naples During a Plague Epidemic

Alexandre KOSTOV, Health Systems in the Balkans at the End of the 19th and the Beginning of the 20th Century on the Case of Bulgaria and Serbia (Comparative Analysis)

Ivaylo NACHEV, Economic Aspects of the Fight Against the Biggest “Social” Disease: Financing Measures Against Tuberculosis in Interwar Bulgaria

Comptes rendus

Elena DELVINSKA, In the Half-shadows of History (Liliana Simeonova, V polusenkite na istoriyata. Komunikatsii, shpionazh i otrovitelstvo prez vekovete [Лиляна Симеонова, В полусенките на историята. Комуникации, шпионаж и отровителство през вековете]. Sofia, IB&CT-BAS, Iztok-Zapad Publishing House, 2022

Simeon SIMEONOV, Imperial Pasts, National Futures (Dimitris Stamatopoulos (ed.), Imagined Empires Tracing Imperial Nationalism in Eastern and Southeastern Europe. Budapest, CEU Press, 2021

Notices bibliographiques

Yura Konstantinova, Balgariya i Gartsiya v labirint ot monolozi [Юра Константинова, България и Гърция в лабиринт от монолози]. Sofia, Institute of Balkan Studies & Centre of Thracology – Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, 2022. (Raymond DETREZ)

Stefka Parveva, Bogatstvo i bednost sred selskite obshtnosti v provintsia Rumelia prez XVII – XVIII vek. Izsledvane i dokumenti [Стефка Първева, Богатство и бедност сред селските общности в провинция Румелия през XVII – XVIII век. Изследване и документи]. Sofia, Prof. Marin Drinov Publishing House of Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, 2022. (Maria SHUSHAROVA)

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Éd. Etudes balkaniques (Sofia)
Institute of Balkan Studies & Centre of Thracology - BAS
45 Moskovska Str., Sofia - 1000 BULGARIA
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Europe - EUR 72 (single issue EUR 20)
USA, Japan - EUR 90 (single issue EUR 25)
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