For nearly fifty years, the peer-reviewed Journal of Indo-European Studies has served as a medium for the exchange and synthesis of information relating to the origin and evolution of the Indo-European language family and to the anthropology, archaeology, mythology and general cultural history of the Indo-European-speaking peoples. The Journal is complemented by its extensive Monograph Series.

Due to illness, Volume 48, Numbers 3 & 4 (Fall/Winter 2020) has been delayed, but will be appearing shortly.  A preview of the Contents is now available through the Online Access link on this homepage. The preview is accessible to all.
We thank you for your patience.

Editorial Committee

General Editor:
Emily Blanchard West
(St. Catherine)

Associate Editors:
Tim Barnes (Cambridge)                   
Jesse Knutson (Hawaii)
Peter Wells (Minnesota)

Book Review Editor:
Krešimir Vuković
(Ludwig Maximilian, Munich)
Review Board:
J.P. Mallory (Queen's, Belfast)
Douglas Q. Adams (Idaho)
William W. Malandra (Minnesota)
Melanie Malzahn (Vienna)
Peter Schrijver (Utrecht)


JIES welcomes submissions on any aspect of Indo-European history and culture. Manuscripts should be sent to the General Editor: ebwest@stkate.edu

Instructions and guidelines for contributors

Books for Review

Books which relate directly to Indo-European studies may be sent to:

Krešimir Vuković
Poljička cesta Bajnice 52
21314 Jesenice

General Correspondence & Enquiries

Enquiries and business correspondence should be sent to:

P.O. Box 34143
Washington, DC 20043

Tel: (202) 266-9908
Fax: (202) 508-1018
Email: iejournal@aol.com


Current subscription rates for one calendar year (one volume):

Libraries & Institutions Print only - $198
Libraries & Institutions Online only - Starts at $218
Libraries & Institutions Print and Online - Starts at $270
Private individuals (Print) - $70
Students (Print) - $60

Postage fee for print subscriptions shipped to non-U.S. addresses - $35

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Monograph Series

The Journal of Indo-European Studies is complemented by its extensive Monograph Series. The vast majority of Monographs are kept permanently in print and available for purchase. As volumes appear at irregular intervals and differ in size and price, no subscription is available however a standing order may be placed to receive a proforma invoice at the publication of each new monograph. Private individual subscribers to The Journal of Indo-European Studies receive a 20% discount on the price of Monographs. Please go to Monograph Series to find out more about each title.

Linguistics Research Center

We also recommend the large and valuable collection of linguistic references, including Indo-European languages, Indo-European linguistics, Indo-European culture, Indo-European texts, online documents, scholars' publications, and more, found at the Linguistics Center at the University of Texas at Austin.

This online collection was designed as a service to scholars and members of the public interested in Indo-European language and culture. Creation of these resources was supported by the Diebold Foundation. The LRC's long-range goal is to provide resources for specialists and non-specialists alike on the history and interrelatedness of languages and cultures. We remain grateful to the Center for producing our original 1999 index.

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