The Bulletin d’études orientales joins Journals

The Bulletin d’études orientales was created in 1931 by French researchers working for the Near East research institute’s original body, founded in Damascus in 1922 to study Islamic archaeology, and Near-Eastern art. The creation of the BEO corresponded to an enlargement of the institute’s scope of study, also covering other humanities’ disciplines. Currently the Bulletin d’études orientales publishes articles in the following areas: Near-Eastern archaeology and the history of art in the Islamic period (7th century onwards); the history of the Near-East since the Arabian conquest (7th century) until the end of the Ottoman empire (1918); Arabic classical and contemporary literature; Arabic linguistics; the history of Islamic religious thinking, as well as Christian and Jewish writings in Arabic; the Medieval philosophy of the Arabic language; and the history of sciences and techniques in the Near East in the Islamic period.
The Bulletin d’études orientales is published by the IFPO Press, which already has a book collection on The latest issues of the Bulletin are available via Cairn platform.