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EBHR

European Bulletin of Himalayan Research

The European Bulletin of Himalayan Research (EBHR) was founded by the late Richard Burghart in 1991 and has appeared twice yearly ever since. It is edited on a rotating basis between France (CNRS), Germany (South Asia Institute) and the United Kingdom (SOAS). From 2019 to 2023, the EBHR is hosted at the Centre for Himalayan Studies at CNRS in France.

Co-editors
Tristan Bruslé (CNRS), Stéphane Gros (CNRS), Philippe Ramirez (CNRS)

Associate editor
Arik Moran (University of Haifa), Book reviews editor

Copyeditor
Bernadette Sellers (CNRS)

The EBHR publishes in English with the aim of reaching a large audience around the world. The subjects covered by the journal range from geography and economics to anthropology, sociology, philology, history, art history, archaeology, and history of religions. This multidisciplinarity has so far defined the journal in its mission to be a publication outlet for Himalayan studies at large, across areas of specialty within the field of human and social sciences.

In terms of geographical scope, the journal has published material that covers the Himalayas within a broad definition and not limited to the geological region, but taken to include the Karakorum, Hindukush, Ladakh, southern Tibet, Kashmir, north-west India, Nepal, Sikkim, Bhutan, and north-east India.

Publishing with and reading the EBHR is free of charge and all journal content is licensed under the Creative Commons BY-NC-ND 4.0 International License. Back issues are available on the Digital Himalaya platform here. We are currently working toward making the EBHR an online and fully open access journal with a dedicated website.

If you wish to submit an article for publication feel free to contact the editors or directly submit your manuscript. It should be written in English and should not exceed 10,000 words in length, including footnotes and references. For all contributions, when preparing your manuscript for submission to the EBHR, please observe the style guidelines (see link below). The EBHR uses the University of Oxford Style Guide (accessible here or upon request) as the arbiter of manuscript style issues. For spelling we use the Oxford English Dictionary.

For any further enquiry about publishing in the EBHR, please contact the editors at editors [at] ebhr.eu


EBHR Style Guidelines (click on the icon to download)

ISSN 0943-8254