Klaipeda University Open Journal Systems


Acta Historica Universitatis Klaipedensis

Acta Historica Universitatis Klaipedensis (ISSN 1392-4095) is an international biannual, peer-reviewed serial publication published from 1993 by the Centre for West Lithuanian and Prussian History, and from 2003 by the Institute of Baltic Region History and Archaeology of Klaipėda University. Volumes in the series contain thematically related articles dealing with the history of Lithuania and East Prussia from the Middle Ages to the present day within the context of the wider Baltic Region. Special attention is paid to relations with neighbouring (German, Polish, Lithuanian, Russian and other) cultures. The volumes contain reviews of Lithuanian and foreign published studies, also source publications equipped with professional commentaries.

Articles published in Acta Historica Universitatis Klaipedensis series are indexed in EBSCO Central & Eastern European Academic Source (since 2007), EBSCO Historical Abstracts; Historical Abstracts with Full Texts (since 2006), Index Copernicus (since 2009).

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Andragogy

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Archaeologia BALTICA

Archaeologia Baltica is an annual academic refereed journal published in english about  the archaeology of the regions around the Baltic sea, with the focus on the eastern shore of the Baltic. The editorial policy is to publish a wide range of contributions in all fields of archaeology related to the Baltic sea region, from methodology to synthesis and theory. These may take the form of substantial research papers (up to 8,000 words) or shorter research reports. Short papers may include, for instance, new techniques, philosophical discussions, current controversies and suggestions for new research, as well as conventional research papers. Review or overview papers are welcome, as long as they are sufficiently critical, succinct and make a conceptual contribution to the field. The submission of a paper will be held to imply that it represents an original article, not previously published, and that it is not being considered for publication elsewhere. Separate volumes publish materials of international conferences concerned with archaeological research in the Baltic sea region.

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Computational Science and Techniques

Journal “Computational Science and Techniques” is a semiannual academic refereed journal published in english with the focus on interdisciplinary field connecting computer science, mathematical modeling, and life sciences. The journal is interested in papers about various computational applications that are connected with modeling, algorithms, simulations or software developed to solve science or engineering problem or computer and information science that develops and optimizes the advanced system components, which are used for example in decision support systems or are applied in ecosystems management and etc. We encourage young scientists to submit for Computational Science and Techniques. Papers of high quality in interdisciplinary field are welcome.

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Education in a Changing Society

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Regional Formation and Development Studies

Regional Formation and Development Studies is a scientific journal in the trend of Social sciences. It is a follow-up of “Human Resources as the Main Factor of Regional Development”, published in the period of 2007-2011. In the context of globalization sustainable development of regions turns into a serious problem. The major objective of the journal is to explore social situation in the region and on the basis of this study to offer suggestions for regional policy, emphasizing assumptions for sustainable development in the region. It also analyzes problems of Lithuanian regional policy in the context of EU and globalization processes. Attempts are made to diagnose actual social and economical situation in regions on the basis of major parameters, to make analysis of qualitative changes in labour force, migration related processes, assumptions for development of civil and knowledge society in regions, to discuss problems, related to improvement of efficient management of business institutions and preservation of national identity in the face of globalization. Each article is reviewed by two researchers. The journal is published three times per year in Lithuanian and English.

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Res Humanitariae

Scientific journal of humanitarian sciences, focusing on following scientific trends: philology (linguistics and literature), philosophy, ethnology, history, theology, theatrical studies, etc It also reviews significant scientific works and major event of academic life, discusses pedagogical and scientific problems. The journal is exceptional for its regional distinction and articles in topics, related to identity, history, religion, culture and literature of Lithuania Minor; articles on linguistic issues are dedicated to semantics and structure of different languages, also paying particular attention to Baltic and Prussian studies, to verb history.

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Technologijos mokslo darbai Vakarų Lietuvoje

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Tiltai

Scientific journal TILTAI/BRIDGES/ BRÜCKEN is dedicated to social sciences. Its publications analyze topical economy, management, demography, social geography, geopolitics, politics, culture, education, religion related and other social problems, issues, related to economical and cultural development of boundary regions. Researchers from different countries are invited to publish their articles in it.

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Tradicija ir dabartis

”Tradicija ir dabartis” (Tradition and the Present) journal appeared in 1994. After appearance of its 4th issue in 2009 it became an annual scientific publication. At the same time it began its international journey and was reviewed at INDEX COPERNICUS data base. 6 volumes of it were published until 2011.
Scientific publications in English, Lithuanian, Latvian, German, Polish and Russian analyze theoretical and practical issues, related to folk music, music instruments, music traditions and their place in modern music life. Recently the journal also started focusing on general aspects of national and international ethnic culture and traditional art as well as their spread.

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