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Frequency: 2 issues/year
2020 CiteScore*: 0.7
Ranked #25 out of 147 “General Arts and Humanities” journals
The Journal of Near Eastern Studies (JNES) is devoted to the study of the civilizations of the Near East from prehistory to the early modern period in 1922. JNES embraces a uniquely broad scope of time, place, and topic, including contributions from scholars of international reputation on topics in Assyriology, Egyptology, Hittitology, Hebrew Bible, and adjacent ancient studies, as well as a second area of emphasis in early, medieval, and early-modern Islamic studies. The disciplinary range of the journal runs from history and language to religion and literature to archaeology and art history.
Every issue includes new scholarly work as well as a book review section, which provides a critical overview of new publications by emerging and established scholars.