Orientalia Suecana is an international peer reviewed journal of Indological, Iranian, Semitic, Sinological and Turkic studies founded in 1952 and published annually or biannually. Read more about the journal's history.
Starting with vol. 58 (2009) the journal is published online with open access (see Announcement). By submitting an article you automatically agree to its publication online.
Current editorial board: Éva Á. Csató, Joakim Enwall, Bo Isaksson, Carina Jahani, Anette Månsson, Anju Saxena, Christiane Schaefer.
Deadline for contributions to the next volume, vol. 61 (2012), is October 15, 2012.
All correspondence should be addressed to the editorial board.
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Contents of Orientalia Suecana
Table of contents for volumes 1 (1952) to 59 (2010).
Full text of volume 1953:2
Full-text of volumes 58 (2009) to 61 (2012):
- 58 (2009)
- 59 (2010), including a special section on "Impersonal constructions", edited by Carina Jahani and Åke Viberg.
- 60 (2011), including a special section on "Dissent in South Asian literary cultures", edited by Heinz Werner Wessler and Alessandra Consolaro.
- 61 (2012), published in 2013, including a special section on "Iranian linguistics", edited by Geoffrey Haig and Carina Jahani.
How to buy Orientalia Suecana
Printed copies of volumes 58 (2009) and onwards can be ordered and printed on demand (SEK 300 + postage costs) through email firstname.lastname@example.org.