Garnik S. Asatrian (Yerevan)
Victoria Arakelova (Yerevan), Uwe Bläsing (Leiden), Giusto Traina (Paris)
International Editorial Board
Sekandar Amanolahi (Shiraz), Vahe Boyajian (Yerevan), Johnny Cheung (Leiden), Muhammad Dandamaev (St. Petersburg), Bert G. Fragner (Vienna), Jost Gippert (Frankfurt), Vladimir Livshits (St. Petersburg), Antonio Panaino (Ravenna), Mikhail Pelevin (St. Petersburg), Adriano Valerio Rossi (Rome/Naples), James Russell (Harvard), Ali Ashraf Sadeghi (Tehran), Martin Schwartz (Berkeley), Garry Trompf (Sydney), Matthias Weinreich (Berlin), Ehsan Yarshater (New York), Boghos Levon Zekiyan (Venice)
International Advisory Board
Said Amir Arjomand (New York), Timirlan Aytberov (Makhachkala), Behrooz Mahmoodi-Bakhtiari (Tehran), George Bournoutian (New Rochelle), Carlo Cereti (Tehran/Rome), Murtazali Gadjiev (Makhachkala), Anna Krasnowolska (Krakow), Hayrapet Margarian (Yerevan), Irina Morozova (Berlin), Ruslan Seferbekov (Makhachkala), Dan D.Y. Shapira (Jerusalem), Fereydun Vahman (Copenhagen)
Alice Assadorian (Tehran/Yerevan), Gevorg Avetikian (St. Petersburg), Adam Benkato (Berlin), Naindeep Singh Chann (Los Angeles), Matteo De Chiara (Rome), Khachik Gevorgian (Yerevan), Gohar Hakobian (Yerevan), Philip O. Hopkins (London), Roman Smbatian (Los Angeles), Annika Törne (Berlin)
Indexing and Abstracting
Academic Search Alumni Edition; Academic Search Complete; Academic Search Elite; Academic Search Premier; Advanced Placement Source; Arts & Humanities Citation Index; Current Abstracts; International Bibliography of the Social Sciences, Core; International Security & Counter Terrorism Reference Center; Linguistic Bibliography (Online);Middle Eastern & Central Asian Studies; Risk Management Reference Center; TOC Premier; Scopus Web of Science
“Iran and the Caucasus uniquely explores all periods and disciplines connected to this region, and the journal numbers among its authors and editors scholars from the area and the world: in every way it is a truly cosmopolitan bridge of civilization, and an indispensable tool for Near Eastern studies, folklore, comparative religion, history and politics.”
Prof. James R. Russell, Harvard University
“Since its very first issue ten years ago Iran and the Caucasus has added a refreshing new perspective to our field. It covers not only Armenia and the Caucasus but also the cultural, ethnic, and linguistic regions adjacent to and interacting with the Iranian lands, ranging from Turkey and Iraq to Afghanistan and Central Asia as well as others, from Antiquity to the present. With admirable editorial verve and vision, each issue presents a panorama of succinct articles and reviews which continue to be most stimulating.”
Prof. Gernot Windfuhr, Professor of Iranian Studies, University of Michigan
“Iran and the Caucasus is a unique periodical covering two vast Orientalistic fields and, thus, the huge Caucasian-Near Eastern region. I follow the journal since its first issue and would specially emphasize its high academic standards. Iran and the Caucasus definitely incorporates the best traditions of 19th century Orientalistic publication, focusing, at the same time, on the most topical present-day subjects.
Vladimir Aronovich Livshits, Prof. Dr. Sc.
Fellow of the British Academy