Epistemology, ethics, aesthetics / fine arts, ontology/ Mathematics / Philosophy of mathematics / Epistemological models of various sciences / Critical review of History of Science / Book- and Dissertation- reviews
HAPSc Policy Briefs Series
HAPSc Policy Briefs Series is a scientific journal of the Hellenic Association of Political Scientists (HAPSc), published with the support of the Laboratory of Economics and Health Management of the University of Piraeus, the Public Policy and Administration Research Laboratory of the University of Crete (LABDIPOL), the Center of Political Research and Documentation (KEPET) of the University of Crete, the Laboratory of Education Policy, Research, Development and Interuniversity Cooperation (ERDIC) of the University of Piraeus and the Jean Monnet Chair in Education, Training, Research and Innovation Policies of the European Union (EduTRIP) based on the Department of International and European Studies of the University of Piraeus. In addition, it has joined the actions bearing the emblem of the United Nations Academic Impact (UNAI). It was established in 2020, aiming at the comprehensible and coherent publication of information on current issues, as well as at the exchange of interdisciplinary approaches for the analysis and provision of policy proposals. This biannual publication aims to develop interdisciplinary and multilingual dialogue by providing summaries of relevant research, suggesting possible repertoires - policy options or supporting specific actions, measures and policies.
The journal uses the system of double-blind peer review, and open access to its content is provided.
ISSN: 2732-6578 | e-ISSN: 2732-6586
Indexed in: Google Scholar, Microsoft Academic, OpenAIRE, CORE, Crossref, BASE (Bielefeld Academic Search Engine), ROAD, SciLit, WorldCat, Research Bible, Journals Directory, Citefactor.
PIXELS@humanities is a series encompassing the research results of the projects funded by RCH through the annual Public Calls.
The aim of the series is to disseminate new knowledge to the public and academic audience in order to spark a discussion on current issues and promote new research and collaborations between researchers. Implementing a multi-disciplinary approach, these projects develop new ways of scientific perception and promote innovative inquiries through current reflection of old questions and the emergence of new cutting-edge fields.
Open Journal of Animation, Film and Interactive Media in Education and Culture [AFIMinEC]
The scientific and research fields of the journalThe creation of audiovisual and interactive applications and as well as their use in the educational and cultural sector, includes a series of scientific fields, which they co-exist and reassure the completion of their theoretical development and their application. In addition to this, the members of the International Scientific Committee and the editorial Committee are qualified researchers and academics, whose interests and objectives are aligned and expressed through the journals’ fields and sectors.
The International Journal Design|Arts|Culture is a digital open access and peer-reviewed multi-disciplinary journal, published by “Design, Interior Architecture and Audiovisual Documentation” lab of the Faculty of Applied Arts and Culture of the University of West Attica Greece in cooperation with the: University of Nicosia Cyprus, ESAD Porto Portugal, ESD Madrid Spain, National University of Arts Bucharest Romania and Academy of Fine Arts Gdansk Poland. This journal is biannual (with regular and from time to time special issues) and publishes research articles, projects and portfolios, as well as book reviews and student works. It aims to provide an academic forum for sharing and connecting ideas, projects, practices and findings about design, applied arts and culture. This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge. This journal does not charge submission or publication fees.
"Peri Historias" is published by the Ionian Society for Historical Studies. The editors call for original works in the areas of History; Archaeology; History of Art; and, more generally, Humanities. Particularly welcome are scholarly articles on the historical past and culture of the Ionian Islands.
Psychology: the Journal of the Hellenic Psychological Society
It is published biannually and publishes original papers from all fields of psychology in Greek and in English language.
Health & Research Journal
Health and Research Journal is a peer-reviewed scientific publication supported by the Postgraduate Program "Intensive Care Units" (National and Kapodestrian University of Athens), the Hellenic Society for Nursing Research and Education, and the ELERGA. It is indexed in EBSCO, Semantic scholar, Google scholar, Zenodo, Datacite, and Openaire. Journal is also using the DOI system and is Researchgate discoverable. The journal, starting in January 2019 publishes articles in the English language only.
CALL FOR PAPERS
Health and Research Journal is ambitious to disseminate information, scholarship and experience in education, practice and investigation between medicine, nursing and all the sciences involved in health care.
Aim of the journal is to supply scientists of health with resources in order to provide scientific knowledge, intellection, and research and especially to improve health status and quality of care for individuals, families and communities.
The journal publishes original papers, reviews, special and general articles, case management etc.
The texts are submitted through online system
Aegean Working Papers in Ethnographic Linguistics
AWPEL is a blind double peer-reviewed on-line journal dedicated to the ethnographic study of language from a variety of perspectives, published by the Laboratory for Ethnographic Studies on Language (LESOL) at the Department of Social Anthropology & History of the University of the Aegean, on Lesbos. Our aim is to provide an interdisciplinary venue for the advancement of ethnographic linguistics.
Homo Virtualis is a transdisciplinary double-blind peer-reviewed and platinum open access journal for the publication of research papers, discussions and reviews on methodology and theory in the wider field of virtuation, human complex systems, virtual communities, digital cultures, social networks, cyberpsychoogy and social behaviour in blended (online/offline) techno-social environments.
It combines substantial and original knowledge production with open access, communicating efficiently recent scientific findings. Homo Virtualis is centered in social and behavioral sciences, humanities, education and the health disciplines, from a reflexive and critical standpoint.
Homo Virtualis encourages the submission of proposals for special issues edited by guest editors.
Homo Virtualis publishes one issue per year in a bilingual format (English/Greek with abtracts in English). Additional special issues may also be published.
Journal of the Hellenic Veterinary Medical Society
The Journal of the Hellenic Veterinary Medical Society (J Hellenic Vet Med Soc) is a quarterly peer-reviewed journal that publishes articles in all aspects of veterinary science and related disciplines. It is published by the Hellenic Veterinary Medical Society and is indexed in the Web of Science and in Scopus. 2020 Impact Factor: 0.327
Mediterranean Marine Science
Impact Factor for 2019: 1,709
5-Year Impact Factor: 1,990
Mediterranean Marine Science is indexed in WoS (Web of Science, ISI Thomson), SCOPUS and in Aquatic Science and Fisheries Abstracts (ASFA).
The content of MMS is covered by Elsevier and archived in CITEFACTOR. As of January 2014 the MMS is only available on line.
Open Education: The Journal for Open and Distance Education and Educational Technology
Open Education / The Journal for Open and Distance Education and Educational Technology is being published by the Hellenic Network of Open and Distance Education. Since 2009 (issue Num.7), the access is open to everyone through this webpage.
The previous issues (1-6) can be found in printed form only through Propobos Publications In this webpage you can find information regarding the index and the abstracts of the articles that belong to the specific issues.
ΒΥΖΑΝΤΙΝΑ SΥΜΜΕΙΚΤΑ is the continuation of the journal of the Institute of Byzantine Research (ΙΒR) - Hellenic National Research Foundation (HNRF),which appeared as SYMMEIKTA in 1966 (17 volumes edited till 2005). The focus of ΣΥΜΜΕΙΚΤΑ laid mostly in Byzantine history, literature and archival research. In 2007 IBR reviewed the journal’s mission:continuing as BYZANTINA SYMMEIKTA, it is the primary publication medium for research carried out at the Section of Byzantine Research of the unified (since 2012) Institute of Historical Research), either by its own research staff or by external collaborators. Publications of the international scholarly community engaged in Byzantine Studies are also always welcome.
Bulletin of the Geological Society of Greece
From 1953 to date the Greek Geological Society publishes the Bulletin of the Geological Society of Greece, contributing to the dissemination of knowledge and information in regards research activities in Greece.
Bulletin of the Centre for Asia Minor Studies
The Bulletin of the Centre for Asia Minor Studies was founded in 1977 as the scientific journal of the Centre for Asia Minor Studies. The articles, critical contributions and book reviews published after peer review in the volumes of the Bulletin signify the research scope and interests of the institution focusing exclusively on the scientific study of Asia Minor Greek Hellenism during all its historical periods and covering every aspect of its civilization. The chronicles of the activities of the Centre are also published in the journal.
Deltion of the Christian Archaeological Society
The Deltion of the Christian Archaeological Society (Deltion) is an international peer-reviewed journal published annually by the Christian Archaeological Society (ChAE). As one of the most prominent journals in the field of Byzantine and Post-Byzantine art and archaeology, the Deltion has been publishing high standard studies on the aforementioned fields for more than hundred years. Faithful to this tradition, it focuses on original research articles on Early Christian, Byzantine and Post-Byzantine art and archaeology. Peer review, rigorous publication policies and procedures ensure the journal’s high quality.
Beginning with 2016, this publication will be indexed in ERIH PLUS and abstracted in the Emerging Sources Citation Index
Dialogoi! Theory and Praxis in Education
The journal aims to contribute to the development of scientific dialogue and the dissemination of scientific knowledge produced in the Greek as well as in the international field of early chilhood and primary education.
Greek Political Science Review
Greek Political Science Review is the scientific journal published systematically by the Hellenic Political Science Association since 1993. As of 2017, it is also available in an online version, with the opportunity of free access to the content of the articles. The statutory aim of the journal is the unhindered promotion of high-level scientific research with a plurality of methods and analytical tools in order to constitute a field of scientific dialogue with a broad thematic orientation in the discipline of political science.
The INR/NHRF Newsletter is an annual periodical publication that aims at apprising the scientific community on the scientific and research activities of the Institute for Neohellenic Research and its researchers, and also at becoming a vehicle of communication among Neohellenists in Greece and the rest of the world. The Newsletter is published since 1990.
ENTOMOLOGIA HELLENICA is a peer review journal which accepts original papers or reviews on all aspects of Entomology and Acarology. It publishes 1 volume with two issues per year.
Publication is free of charge.
The Greek Review of Social Research
Published without interruption since 1969, The Greek Review of Social Research is the oldest Greek journal for the social sciences and one of the first to adopt the blind peer reviewsystem. An editorial committee of three EKKE researchers and two external social scientists appointed by the EKKE’s Board of Administration for a period of two years is responsible for the publication procedures and the standards of the Review’s scholarship. The editorial committee is supported by a scientific committee of distinguished social scientists whose role is advisory as regards the development and dissemination of the journal. The Greek Review of Social Research is supported by public funds and has no publication charges or fees.
The journal is proud to be indexed by the following: Scopus (Elsevier), Open Access Scholarly Publishers Association (OASPA), The Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ), Google Scholar, Crossref, SHERPA/RoMEO, International Sociological Association (ISA), OPENAIRE: Open Access Infrastructure for Research in Europe (EC-DG INFORMATION SOCIETY and MEDIA), European Website of Integration, Econbiz database.
Science and Society: Journal of Political and Moral Theory
The focus of Science and Society: Journal of Political and Moral Theory lies at the intersection of scientific and philosophical theorizing in the field of politics and social practice.
Science and Society aspires to promote in-depth, engaged scholarly research alongside interdisciplinarity, impartiality, critical spirit, and methodological innovation. It invites contributions from a wide and diverse community of researchers, from experienced academics as well as younger scholars.
Investigating the child’s world
The journal "Investigating the child’s world" aims to promote scientific research and pedagogical innovation in the education of pre-school and early school-age children, to contribute to the development of a fruitful and scientifically grounded interdisciplinary discourse on the education of young children, to become a means of communication between the members of the research and educational community, the different parties involved in the education of young children.
Open Schools Journal for Open Science
The Open Schools Journal for Open Science is the first European peer review scientific journal which accepts original papers written by school age students from Primary to Secondary schools across Europe under the mentoring of their Teachers on all aspects of Science, Engineering and Technology. Students and Teachers via school projects produce scientific data that are invited to be published in this journal. The Journal publishes articles on a regular basis. Publication is free of charge and the Journal carries articles in various languages.
Synthesis: an Anglophone Journal of Comparative Literary Studies
Synthesis provides the forum for work that critically engages the reciprocity between literature, culture and politics. Located in a non-Anglophone European country, this peer-reviewed journal invests in the wide area of literary studies. It is a site where different positions and propositions can be affiliated in agonistic and interactive ways; thereby its name 'synthesis' that opens to the variants of synthesis and syntheses.
Synthesis is committed to a critical engagement with the literary, theoretical and cultural discourses that destabilise and question the hegemony of the metropolitan centres, whether political or discursive, and reveal what is represented as the minor and the peripheral as a site that engenders critical production.It encourages comparative and intercultural perspectives that address how metropolitan and Anglocentric politics permeate practices in English studies in non-metropolitan and, in particular, non-Anglophone places. Synthesis proposes the position that this is the case not only in postcolonial nations but also in Europe; while these local, non-metropolitan sites like Greece once were under the hegemony of Anglocentric traditions, they now generate new voices and mappings that critically engage hegemonic discourses.
With the firm belief that these contexts are sites of knowledge production, the editorial board of Synthesis solicits articles that challenge and reconfigure a variety of theoretical and literary discourses, and articulate new positions in both dissonance and harmony.
Journal of Research in Education and Training
The Department of Early Childhood Education of the Universityof Ioannina is pleased to announce the launch of the online open-access journal Journal of Research in Education and Training / Επιστημονική Επετηρίδα του Παιδαγωγικού Τμήματος Νηπιαγωγών της Σχολής Επιστημών Αγωγής του Πανεπιστημίου Ιωαννίνων.
Research in Mathematics Education
The journal RESEARCH IN MATHEMATICS EDUCATION is a means of communication between the members of the Greek research and educational community of didactics of mathematics, executives and actors as well as teachers of all levels of education. In addition, it seeks to provide a platform for expression, test and exercise for young researchers.
The journal focuses in the reception of the European 18th century ideas in the Greek space and generally in South-East Europe. Further, it focuses in the origins and the survivals of the Neohellenic Enlightenment, and thus also publishes studies concerned with the period before and after the 18th century.
Hellenic Journal of Research in Education
The online “Hellenic journal of research in education” aims to contribute to the international scientific dialogue on issues regarding education without discrimination of any kind…
Eoa kai Esperia
Eoa kai Esperia is an international peer-reviewed open-access electronic journal, published by the Society for the Research of Relations between Medieval and Modern Hellenism and the West, which serves as a forum for the publication of original research in the field of the relations between Μedieval and Μodern Hellenism and the West during the period from the fourth to the eighteenth century. The journal accepts for publication articles from a broad range of fields, with particular emphasis on history, literature, archaeology, the history of institutions and archival research. Eoa kai Esperia also publishes book reviews. Studies may be submitted in Greek, English, French, German, Italian and Spanish. The journal’s rigorous review and publication procedures ensure that Eoa kai Esperia maintains a high standard of scholarship.
The main aim of the scientific Journal of Social Policy is to promote the study of Social Policy. The journal’s area of interest is of a multidisciplinary nature and it cover topics, which in a broad sense are included in the study of Social Policy. The Journal of Social Policy also publishes book reviews, either Greek or international and short reviews on social policy issues of interest.
Social Cohesion and Development
SCAD is a biannual interdisciplinary scientific journal for research and debate on social policy, social cohesion and social development issues. The journal publishes research articles focusing –but not limited to- labor market and employment policies, poverty and social exclusion, ageing, pensions and social security, health and longterm care, education, family, gender and child policies, migration, crime, corporate social responsibility, social economy and third sector organizations. The journal also welcomes book reviews and short reports on research program outcomes. It is open to all scholars from any of the social science disciplines.
Mouseio Benaki Journal
To publicise the collections and promote research the Museum has been publishing an annual journal since 2001 (Mouseio Benaki), containing original academic research relating to – or inspired by – objects in its collections or archives, as well as annual reports on the activities of the Museum’s research departments. The journal carries both Greek and foreign-language articles, which are accompanied by abstracts in English or Greek respectively. Given that the Museum’s material is diverse, multicultural and covers a broad time period, the journal thus enhances the dialogue between the disciplines of archaeology, ethnography, social anthropology, museology, history, history of art and the history of architecture.
Environmental Education for Sustainability
The Journal of “Environmental Education for Sustainability” is an electronic academic journal that publishes scientific studies (in Greek or in English) from the field of Environmental Education (EE) and Education for Sustainable Development (ESD).
Region & Periphery
Region and Periphery is an interdisciplinary journal, published bi-annually. It publishes scientific articles in the Greek and English languages, aiming for a wide-ranging coverage of issues related to regional development from a historical, legal, institutional, political, social, environmental, cultural, spatial and economic point of view.
The journal receives unpublished texts (studies and book reviews) on the comparison of Greek literature with foreign literatures and the arts, in Greek, English or French, but will also accept texts written in other languages on a case by case basis.
The journal Tekmeria publishes scholarly articles pertaining to the study of the ancient world, with particular emphasis on Ancient Greek history, epigraphy, numismatics, topography and historical geography, and especially on the publication, republication or exploitation of epigraphic and numismatic materials. All submitted articles that are relevant to the thematic areas covered by the journal are considered by the editorial board, provided they are original and have only been sent to Tekmeria for publication.
Conatus - Journal of Philosophy
Conatus - Journal of Philosophy is the biannual philosophical publication of the NKUA Applied Philosophy Research Laboratory; it is an international open-access double peer reviewed academic journal (both print and electronic) dedicated to the dissemination of original philosophical research. The journal invites original unpublished papers within any field of Philosophy or application of Philosophical method to any areas of intellectual and practical life. Conatus is the result of the partnership of the NKUA Applied Philosophy Research Laboratory and the National Documentation Center, the latter providing ePublishing, indexing and abstracting services.Publishing with Conatus is a process totally free of cost; open-access, Crossref DOI assignment, abstracting, indexing as well as light-editing services are being provided at no cost for the authors by the National Documentation Center and Conatus - Journal of Philosophy respectively.
Entertainment - Journal of Media and Movie Studies
Entertainment was tremendously changed in the last two centuries by the invention of new technologies. While the newspaper, radio, and television dominated the longest part of the 20th century, the Internet has provided totally new possibilities to entertain. However, there are factors and images related to entertainment that did not change even though the medium itself was transformed. The interdisciplinary journal Entertainment tries to bring together scholars from all areas attached to media studies to document the above named developments and changes.
The Historical Review/La Revue Historique
Historical Review / La Revue Historique is an open-access, peer-reviewed journal that is published annually. It is a forum for publication of articles and book reviews covering cutting-edge, state-of-the-art historical research. Historical Review / La Revue Historique especially welcomes scholarly articles on the broad field of Hellenic Studies, and on the history of the Mediterranean and of Southeastern Europe, from the 16th century up the 20th century. We invite original papers and critical perspectives from all fields of historical inquiry within the social sciences and the humanities. The journal is bilingual (English and French).
Historical Review / La Revue Historique is published by the Section of Neohellenic Research of the Institute of Historical Research of the National Hellenic Research Foundation, the largest historical research institute focusing on Greek history in the world.
International Journal of Language, Translation and Intercultural Communication
The IJLTIC is an international, peer-reviewed journal that publishes articles in the fields of applied linguistics, translation and interpreting studies, discourse studies and intercultural communication studies. The journal aims at promoting the intercultural perspective on language communication, fostering mutual respect both by major languages and linguistic trends for the local but also respect and understanding of the local before the global in terms of coexistence. In other words, the IJLTIC will serve as a platform for exchanging and generating insights into local linguistic and communicational aspects that deserve global attention and into global perspectives and trends that have an impact locally.