Journal of the Institute of Oriental Studies RAS
The periodical is published quarterly.
The Journal is registered in the ISSN National Agency of Russian Federation.
The periodical is included into the Russian Science Citation Index.
The Journal publishes original academic works on the entire spectrum of issues and topics of the Oriental Studies, such as history, archaeology, culture, economy, politics and linguistics. The periodical’s mission is to inform the academic community about new discoveries and achievements made by the Institute’s researchers.
The Journal’s editorial board does not accept articles already published partly or fully both in paper and in electronic forms.
The Journal is a reviewed academic periodical formed according to RSCI’s criteria. The articles undergo anonymous double peer review, they may be rejected by the editorial board and returned to authors for revision. The articles presented to the editorial board must be arranged under the Journal’s rules and requirements, drawn out according to RSCI’s criteria. Works that do not comply with the rules may be rejected and returned for revision.
The materials of the Journal may reflect opinions different from ones of the Journal’s editorial board and the Institute of Oriental Studies in general. The editorial board is not responsible for the accuracy and credibility of information provided by authors
Editorial board of the Journal of the Institute of Oriental Studies RAS
Institute of Oriental Studies
Moscow, 12, Rozhdestvenkast., office 251
The editorial board’s work is carried out according to copyright regulations of the Civil Code of Russia, international ethical standards for academic publications drawn out by the Committee on Publication Ethics, and the practical experience of renowned Russian and international academic periodicals. The editors do what is required to comply to the ethical norms and principles adopted by the international academic community, and make efforts to prevent violation of these norms both in their own actions and in interactions with all participants of the publication process.
Authors are expected to present credible results of their work and evaluate the significance of these results objectively. False or deliberately misrepresented statements and references are viewed as unethical and unacceptable, and are a legitimate reason to reject the article. The original texts of submitted works must not have been previously published, partly or fully, with the exception of summaries of conference speeches. The articles must not be submitted to other periodicals until its examination by the Journal is finished.
While submitting an article, authors guarantee that they do not violate any laws, rules and/or ethical norms adopted by the professional community, and have all permissions needed for the publication, including permissions to use images protected by copyright.
Only the individuals who have contributed significantly to the concept and creation of the work or interpretation of research results, must be acknowledged as authors of the work; conversely, all individuals who have made significant contribution to the research, must be considered authors. The final version of the text and its submission for publication must be approved by all authors. Names of other participants of the work’s creation process and funding sources may be listed in the “Tributes and gratitude” section.
The authors guarantee originality of their works. In case of using works and/or statements of other individuals, the authors must provide suitable bibliographic references or quotes. Information received in private conversation, correspondence and discussion with third parties must not be used and referenced without the source’s permission. Information received from confidential sources, such as script reviews or grant expertise, must not be used and referenced without permission from authors of these confidential materials. Plagiarism in any form, including claiming other individuals’ work as created by the author, copying or paraphrasing significant parts of other authors’ works without suitable reference, and claiming results of unpublished research by other individuals, is prohibited.
If the author detects significant errors in the text after submission, they must inform the editorial board of the Journal about it to suspend the publication or correct the errors as soon as possible. If the editorial board is provided with credible information about significant errors in the text by a third party, the author must exempt their work or correct the errors as soon as possible.