Ethnologia Europaea

Main funder

Funder's project number: 338447

Funds granted by main funder (€)

  • 11 200,00

Funding program

Project timetable

Project start date: 01/01/2021

Project end date: 31/12/2022


The Grant Category: Medium
2-year grant: 1.1.2021– 31.12.2022
11,200 euros

Ethnologia Europaea – Journal of European Ethnology is an international, double-blind peer-reviewed journal with a focus on cultures and societies past and present. It is the leading scientific journal within the fields of Ethnology and Folklore Studies in Europe. It was founded 1966 and is the international flagship journal in the fields of ethnology and folklore. It is A-ranked according to the European Science Foundation journal evaluation (ERIH). It is also ranked at the top level in bibliometric research indicators/publication forum rankings in Norway and Finland, and is ranked as ‘particularly distinguished’ in Demark.

The journal publishes two issues each year. Each issue contains 5-8 refereed articles (approximately 260 pages per year). In 2021 there will 16 refereed articles (9 articles in theme issue 1/2021 and an estimated 7 articles in 2/2021. In 2022 there will be an estimated 14 articles (7 in a theme issue on medical humanities and 7 articles in issue 2/2022).

Ethnologia Europaea is anchored in the Nordic research community. The editor-in-chief, Laura Stark, is based at the Univ. of Jyväskylä, Finland. The journal’s editorial board consists of experts within the field representing universities and research institutions from all the Nordic countries, including Iceland. The editors (Laura Stark and Alexandra Schwell) will meet in October 2020 to discuss selection and invitation of new journal board members to replace those whose terms end this year and cannot continue.

The journal has been fully open access since 1st of March 2019.
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The publisher is the Open Library of the Humanities (OLH). OLH is an open access publication platform with a Library Partnership Subsidy model in which libraries collectively support open access publication through OLH rather than pay individual subscription feesto each journal (see This means that there will be no article processing
charges (APCs) for our authors. OLH will fund the layout and upload of the journal online, as well as promotion of the journal, indexing etc. We are listed on Scopus and DOAJ.

Our journal has costs that can no longer be covered by the income from selling journal subscriptions. These costs include primarily the fees for our freelance copyeditor and production assistant, as well as for the graphic design of the cover.

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