the Israel Oriental Studies Annual
We are very pleased to inform you that after a hiatus of two decades the IOS Annual (the Israel Oriental Studies Annual) has been relaunched and is renewing its appearance.
Volume 21 was published by Brill recently.
We are now accepting contributions for Volume 22, which will appear in 2022.
Each contribution undergoes a double blind peer review, and is assessed by our international scientific board.
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Israel Oriental Studies Annual
Amir Gilan, Nathan Wasserman, The Ancient Near East
Letizia Cerqueglini, Semitic Languages and Linguistics
Beata Sheyhatovitch, Arabic Language and Literature
The Ancient Near East: Yoram Cohen, Uri Gabbay, Amir Gilan, Maurizio Viano, Caroline Waerzeggers, Nathan Wasserman, Ran Zadok, Nele Ziegler
Semitic Languages and Linguistics: Werner Arnold, Alexander Borg, Letizia Cerqueglini, Christopher Ehret, Steven Fassberg, George Grigore, Benjamin Hary, Simon Hopkins, Frank Kammerzell, Geoffery Khan, Uri Mor, Matthew Morgenstern, Hezi Muzafi, Stephan Prochazka, Aaron Rubin, Christian Stadel, Rainer M. Voigt
Arabic Language and Literature: Almog Kasher, Jeries Khoury, Giuliano Lancioni, Beata Sheyhatovitch, Kees Versteegh, Nadia Vidro
The IOS Annual is a peer reviewed (double-blind) publication.