Cercetare instituțională

   Reviste

Codrul Cosminului http://atlas.usv.ro/www/codru_net/

 

„Codrul Cosminului” este o publicatie academica bianuala care favorizeaza mai ales rezultatele cercetarii stiintifice inspirate de fenomenele istorice si culturale. Pastrand traditia tolerantei si cooperarii etnice, culturale si confesionale in fostul ducat al Bucovinei si promovand valorile umaniste, publicatia este deschisa spre cooperare cu reprezentantii comunitatii academice, stiintifice si culturale. Fara sa-si limiteze scopul cercetarii la o anumita arie geografica sau la o anumita perioada istorica, „Codrul Cosminului” acopera un spectru larg de abordari, de analize inter si multi-disciplinare, inclusiv abordari de metodologie analitica, instrumentare si interpretare.

Revista saluta trimiterea de manuscrise care indeplinesc criteriile generale de insemnatate si excelenta stiintifica. „Codrul Cosminului” nu accepta materiale ce au fost publicate sau sunt luate in consideratie pentru a fi publicate altundeva.

 

Annals of philosophy, social and human disciplines http://www.apshus.usv.ro/index.html

 

Annals of Philosophy, Social and Human Disciplines (APSHUS) is an international journal that accepts for publication reviewed original papers, short communications, reviews and conference proceedings on a broad range of topics of interest for Philosophy, particularly, for Social and Human Sciences in general.

 

  Centre de ceretare

 

Centrul de cercetări interdisciplinare „Carpathica”

http://atlas.usv.ro/www/carpathica/

The Carpathica University Centre of Interdisciplinary Studies (CUCIS) investigates the multitude of factors and phenomena that affected the past of the nations from the Carpathian region.
The Carpathica University Centre of Interdisciplinary Studies from the Department of History and International Relations has as main objective the multi-, trans- and interdisciplinary investigations (history, archaeology, historical demography, sociology, cultural history etc.) of the Carpathian region (the areas adjacent to Romania, Ukraine, the Republic of Moldova, Poland, Hungary, Slovakia, the Czech Republic) and of its interferences with the surrounding parts.