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SIEF has two peer-reviewed, scholarly journals:

EEEthnologia Europaea. Journal of European Ethnology.This interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal, founded in 1967, focuses on European cultures and societies, past and present. In 2015 it was adopted by SIEF as its flagship journal. Since 2019, it is published online by the Open Library of Humanities, an open-access publisher with no author-facing article processing charges. Besides from SIEF membership, it also receives support from the Nordic Board for Periodicals in the Humanities and Social Sciences (NOP-HS). Ethnologia Europaea is A-ranked according to the European Science Foundation journal evaluation (ERIH+) and a level 2 (top level) journal according to the Norwegian model. It is indexed with Crossref, DOAJ and Scopus. The journal is published biannually, in a mixture of open issues, special issues, and issues with thematic and open sections. Each manuscript, whether in open or special issues, is evaluated by a double-blind peer review. Submissions are welcome.


Cultural AnalysisCultural analysis. An Interdisciplinary Forum on Folklore and Popular Culture. Open Access, online journal, with a global scope, dedicated to investigating expressive and everyday culture. From 2016 on, there will be two volumes per year: a special issue, edited by guest editors, and a regular issue with mixed contributions. Founded in 1999.


SIEF Publishes the bi-annual SIEF Newsletter

Conference publications
Find here conference proceedings and related publications to past SIEF congresses.

Publications on the History of SIEF
In this voluntary online depot you will find SIEF-related publications by members. Please contact with suggestions of articles to be published in this section.

SIEF does not publish scholarly works itself. Usually the outcome of congresses and working group conferences are published by independent publishers. However such publications are allowed to bear a secondary ISBN number of SIEF, which makes them recognisable as a SIEF related publication. Such an ISBN number can be requested from the secretariat.