Comparative Oriental Manuscript Studies Bulletin
The Comparative Oriental Manuscript Studies Bulletin (ISSN 2410-0951, since 2015) has succeeded the Comparative Oriental Manuscript Studies Newsletter as the main organ of the European network in Comparative Oriental Manuscript Studies.
It is a peer-reviewed international journal, published on-line (under CC BY-NC-ND 4.0 license) and on paper as print-on-demand.
It is dedicated to the vast variety of issues concerned with the research into the oriental manuscript traditions, from instrumental analysis, to codicology and palaeography, to critical text editing, to manuscript preservation, to the application of digital tools to manuscript research.
The geographical focus is the Mediterranean Near East, with its wide array of language traditions including, though not limiting to, Arabic, Armenian, Avestan, Caucasian Albanian, Christian Palestinian Aramaic, Coptic, Ethiopic, Georgian, Greek, Hebrew, Persian, Slavonic, Syriac, and Turkish.
The journal welcomes various types of contributions. The main section includes articles, research notes, and review articles. The miscellanea section includes project descriptions, dissertation summaries, conference reports, and book reviews.
The call for papers for issue 8/1-2 (2022) is open until 30 April 2022. (Submissions for the miscellanea sections can also be accepted after that deadline.)
- Alessandro Bausi, Universität Hamburg (Germany)
- Paola Buzi, Sapienza University of Rome (Italy)
- Javier del Barco, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (Spain) (from 2021)
- Emiliano Fiori, Università Ca' Foscari Venezia (Italy) (from 2021)
- Marilena Maniaci, University of Cassino and Southern Lazio (Italy)
- Eugenia Sokolinski, Universität Hamburg (Editorial Secretary)
- Tara Andrews, Vienna, Austria
- Patrick Andrist, Munich, Germany
- Ewa Balicka-Witakowska, Uppsala, Sweden
- Malachi Beit-Arié, Jerusalem, Israel
- Pier Giorgio Borbone, Pisa, Italy
- Françoise Briquel Chatonnet, Paris, France
- Valentina Calzolari, Genève, Switzerland
- Ralph Cleminson, Winchester, UK
- Matthew Driscoll, Copenhagen, Denmark
- Alessandro Gori, Copenhagen, Denmark
- Dickran Kouymjian, Fresno, USA - Paris, France
- Marco Palma, Cassino, Italy
- Ira Rabin, Berlin - Hamburg, Germany
- Lara Sels, Leuven, Belgium
- Gaga Shurgaia, Venice, Italy
- Jan-Just Witkam, Leiden, The Netherlands