ARHIVELE TOTALITARISMULUI/TOTALITARIANISM ARCHIVES is a quarterly peer-review journal by the National Institute for the Study of Totalitarianism of the Romanian Academy which has been publishing research since 1993.
The journal publishes original and interdisciplinary studies related to on the origins and developments of right and left-wing Totalitarianism in Romania, Europe and elsewhere, thus making them available to a broad scientific community across borders.
The journal publishes original papers, conceptual frameworks, studies, documents, testimonies, biographies, glossary terms and book reviews in Romanian, French, and English. It also publishes translations of scientific contributions submitted by Czech, Hungarian, Polish, Russian and Slovakian scholars.
ARHIVELE TOTALITARISMULUI/TOTALITARIANISM ARCHIVES journal is a place for meetings between researchers, university lecturers, PhD candidates and the general public interested in the history of totalitarianism.
The journal publishes information about various academic events related to the study of totalitarianism and the scientific activity of the NIST: reviews of international conferences, congresses.
ARHIVELE TOTALITARISMULUI/TOTALITARIANISM ARCHIVES is indexed in EBSCO, CEEOL, INDEX COPERNICUS.
All research articles published in this journal undergo rigorous peer review, based on initial editor screening and anonymized refereeing.
ARHIVELE TOTALITARISMULUI/TOTALITARIANISM ARCHIVES employs the double-blind peer review system, which means that both the reviewer and author identities are concealed from the reviewers, and vice versa, throughout the review process.
The materials published in the ARHIVELE OTALITARISMULUI/TOTALITARIANISM ARCHIVES journal since 2007 are available online on CEEOL and since 2010 on EBSCO.