Oriens et Occidens
Studien zu antiken Kulturkontakten und ihrem Nachleben
This series is primarily dedicated to processes of cultural, political, and economic exchange, as well as transformations and entanglements, in ancient Afro-Eurasia. It critically explores traditional notions of cultures in ethnically closed, culturally homogeneous, and territorially limited spaces. The afterlife and the reception of such entanglements and transformations are also pursued in the transdisciplinary series, which understands history as an interpretive power and a concept of order.
Oriens et Occidens offers a publication platform for the disciplines of Egyptology, Arabic and Semitic Studies, Archeology, Biblical Studies, Ethnology and Anthropology, History (Ancient, Middle, Modern and Global History), Indology, Iranian and Indo-European Studies, Islamic Studies, Jewish Studies, Sinology, Transcultural Studies, and Central Asia Studies.