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Published on Thursday, January 05, 2023 by Sarah Zingraff

Summary

The Mediterranean History Review is an international biannual academic magazine edited by the Faculty of Human and Social Sciences of the University of Béjaia .If this title scrutinizes or looks into studies related to the history of the South, North and East bank Mediterranean countries, a region considered as the human civilization bastion and an influencing land in the world from prehistory till the contemporary era, it is clear that doors are wide open for all the historical contributions that treat the past of all the world states under their different aspects: A society as regards all its dimensions ,agriculture, industry, trade, politics, culture, customs and so on...

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The Mediterranean History Review is an international biannual academic magazine edited by the Faculty of Human and Social Sciences of the University of Béjaia .If this title scrutinizes or looks into studies related to the history of the South, North and East bank Mediterranean countries, a region considered as the human civilization bastion and an influencing land in the world from prehistory till the contemporary era, it is clear that doors are wide open for all the historical contributions that treat the past of all the world states under their different aspects: A society as regards all its dimensions ,agriculture, industry, trade, politics, culture, customs and so on...

The languages of publication: The articles are accepted in four languages: Tamazight, Arabic, French and English.

The Mediterranean History Magazine is fully downloaded without restrictions in format PDF on the site of Béjaia University.

How to apply

Terms of submission: Articles should be submitted through the following link

https://www.asjp.cerist.dz/en/PresentationRevue/605

Before May 15, 2023

For any other request for information, please contact us at the following address:

revue.hm@gmail.com

Assessment procedures

The Magazine is made up of an international scientific committee for evaluating all the works submitted. It has an anonymous evaluation carried out by two outer readers at the magazine redaction committee. These procedures of evaluation are compliant with the international standards.

The languages of publication: The articles are accepted in four languages: Tamazight, Arabic, French and English.

Rules of publication

As regards submitting the articles, the redaction team of the review requests to the authors to write in strict compliance with the rules of the following presentations:

1) Originality: The article submitted must respect the principle of originality; justify its contribution to the development of scientific knowledge.

2) Size of the article: The authors are to respect the size from 10 to 15 pages. The recommended size includes notes, bibliography and illustrations. The redaction committee of the magazine has the right to decline any article that doesn’t respect that size.

3) The first page is the page of title and metadata that should contain the following information:

  1. a) First name and family name of the author(s), profession, grade, postal address of their institutions, electronic address, postal address and personal phone number.
  2. b) The article title and its translation into another language.
  3. c) A summary in the language of the article and another one in another language (each summary should contain about 150 and 200 words)
  4. d) The key words in two languages.

4) Introduction: It should include besides other elements, the following ones: Presentation of the topic and its importance, the problematic of research, anterior studies presentations and a description of the theoretical approach used.

5) Conclusion: It should include a synthesis of the results and suggest paths of future researches.

6) Mode of writing: The Latin characters are Times New Roman 12 for the body of the text and 10 for notes. The Arabic mode is Traditional Arabic of 16 for body of text and 12 for notes.

7) Interlines: 1, 5

8) The margins of the page are 2 cm from each side 

9) Notes of bottom page: The notes are presented with continuous numbering at bottom of page and limited to essential things (clarifications or press articles only....). The note appeal should be joined to the preceded word not to a punctuation sign.

Punctuation norms: The simple or triple symbols (’ period or full stop, comma, and suspension dots) should be joined with the precedent word ,the double symbols or signs ( colon, semi colon, question mark, and exclamation mark are separated from preceded words by insecure space.

10) Bibliographical references: They are integrated in the body of the text as follows (Name, year of edition) Eg: (ADJAOUD, 2012; 57).As for the reference to documents of history of source type, they are presented as follows:( Name, the first word of the title or the second one if the first is not significant:p) Eg: (Ibn Kheldoun, El Ibar: 50)

11) Punctuation norms (standards): The simple or triple symbols (the full stop or period, the comma, question mark and exclamation mark) are separated from the preceded word by an insecure space.

12) Quotes, use of inverted marks and italics: Quotations are always written between inverted marks « ...“ and in Roman characters. When the length exceeds 03 lines, it is admitted to be individualized by creating an indented, distinct passage (1 cm on the right and on the left), in a body of letters inferior to the remaining text. (11 for Latin texts and 14 for Arabic texts).

Example: 

 The death of the administrator Dupuy de Guentis, the back moved post between the Nememchas and the Aures, shook him.

« Ah! Swearing of doing everything, declares Jacques Soustelle in front of the coffin of the administrator in Tebessa, funeral oration, without managing anything to revenge those who were taken away from us and to keep up, in spite of everything, the French achievement for which they gave their lives.”

13) Bibliography: The bibliographic references are aggregated or gathered at the end of the article in an alphabetical order, and for the same author in a chronological order. The works titles and names of journals are written in italics, but the titles are written in Roman.

We separate the references in distinct groups: 

  • The archives.
  • The sources 
  • The studies (books and articles)
  • The press (Newspapers)
  • Research tools (dictionaries and encyclopaedias)

The rule used is APA (for further details download the documents on the rules of the norm APA on the Journal site www.univ-bejaia.dz/rhm or contact us.

Examples:

The archives:

We should cite the name of the establishment or the center of archives in abbreviations. The code or the number of the box. The name of the file. The name of the subfolder .The title of the document.

Eg: AOM 1K5/2 Prefecture of Algiers. Cabinet of the Prefect of Algiers (1858-1962).Strikes in the period of popular Front (1936-1938).Mail .Extract of register of deliberations of the municipal council of Ouled Fayet County dated on July 18, 1936.

The bibliographic references of ancient sources:

We write the names of the Source author in capitals and the name of the editor or director or translator in small letters followed by the mention (ed.) for the editor or (dir.) for director or (tran.) for translator.

  • Al-YAQUBI, G.Wiet (tran). (1937) .Les Pays (Mu’gam al-Buldan). Le Cairo : Oriental French archaeological institute.

For works of one unique author, we write in this way: 

  • TEGUIA, M (1088). L’Algérie en guerre (Algeria in War) (2nd ed.) Algiers : O.P.U 

For electronic works of one unique author:

It’s the same with a work printed and we add the link at the end.

For the works of one unique author and of several volumes:

- Mercier, E (1868) Histoire de l’Afrique septentrionale ( la Berbérie) from times of the most back till the French conquest in 1830 .( vol. 2) Paris. Ernest Leroux Editor.

For the works of different authors:

CHIAUZI, G (1991) Maghreb médiéval. L’apogée de la civilisation islamique dans l’Occident arabe. Aix-en-Provence: Edisud.

For printed articles:

Name, P (year).Title of article .Title of journal, N° of volume (number of leaflet), pagination.

In case the journal does not present a leaflet, the number takes its position in italics.

- AGERON, Ch. (1977).Instituteurs algériens (1883-1939) Annales ,32(4) ,717-720.

For electronic titles: The difference with printed is the adding of an area of DOI or ’URL.

- AMERIT, M.(1962). Enquête sur le niveau de vie des populations rurales de la conquête jusqu’en 1919 .Essai d’histoire économiques et sociale 

17(6), 1214-1219.http://www, perse.fr/web/

Revues/home/prescript/article/ahess_0395-

2649_1962_NUM_17_6-420936-t1_1214_0000_2 

For a chapter of a collective work:

Name, P. (year).Title of chapter. In P, Name of the editor(s) of the scientific collective work(Ed), Title of work (pp).Place: editor.

Cungi.C, (2006). L’alliance thérapeutique. In O.Fontaine & P. Fontaine (Ed), Guide clinique de thérapie comportementale et cognitive (pp 395-447) Paris : Retz.

Colloquium or congress acts :

If they are published, we apply the same rules with those of a chapter in a work. - Ouatmani, S, (2019).Les syndicats français et la révolution algérienne : l’exemple de la C G T et de la C F T C, In M. Ait Meddour (dr.), Le mouvement syndical en Algérie durant la période coloniale. (pp, 7-13), Béjaia: Social and Human Sciences Faculty at the university of Béjaia.

Memoirs and theses:

The mention (memoirs and theses) is added.

Name, P, (year).Title (memoire). University, City Marseille, J, (1984).Empire colonial et capitalisme français (Ph.D. Thesis) University of Paris.

Editorial Board

The Director and Editor-in-Chief of the Journal

  • AIT MEDDOUR Mahmoud

Deputy Director :

  • OUATMANI Settar.

Journal Secretariat :

  • MAZRI Sabrina, Maitre-assistant, université de Bejaia.
  • MARDJAA Aicha, Maitre-assistant, université de Bejaia.

Associate Editors.

  • AILLET Cyrille (U. Lumière, Lyon 2).
  • AISSANI Djamil (U. de Bejaia)
  • AIT HABOUCHE Hamid (U. d’Oran).
  • BAIZIG M. Salah (U. de Tunis).
  • BALA Sadek (U. de Bejaia).
  • BOUAZZA Boudersaia (U. d’Alger2)
  • CHAFOU Redhouane (U. d’El Oued).
  • CHAIB Kedadra (U. de Guelma).
  • CHOUITAME Arezki (U. d’Alger 2)
  • FARADJI M. Akli (U. de Bejaia).
  • GREVIN Benoît (EHESS, Paris).
  • GUENFISSI Hayette (U. de Bejaia).
  • HADIAlWASH Huda (U. de Baghdad).
  • HALAILI Hanifi (U. de S. Bel Abbés).
  • JADLA Brahim (U. Menouba, Tunis).
  • KINZI AZZEDINE (U.de T. Ouzou).
  • MEGROUS née MEHENTEL Djahida (Université d’Alger 2).
  • NAILI Abdelkader (U. de Djelfa)
  • OUATMANI Settar (U. de Bejaia)
  • REMILI Nedjma, née SERRADJ (Université d’Alger 2).
  • SAIDI Meziane (ENS de Bouzaréah, Alger)
  • SALEM Merouane (U. de Diyala, Irak)
  • SIDALI AHMED Messaoud (U. de M’sila).
  • TIDJET Mustapha (U. de Bejaia).
  • TLEMCANI Ben Youcef (U. de Blida).
  • VALERIAN Dominique (U. de Paris 1 Panthéon – Sorbonne).
  • WSHEH Gasan (Université islamique de Ghaza, Palestine).
  • Reading committee (reviewers).
  • ABBACI Madjid (U. de Bejaia).
  • AILLET Cyrille (U. Lumière, Lyon 2).
  • AISSANI Djamil (U. de Bejaia)
  • AIT HABOUCHE Hamid (U. d’Oran).
  • AIT MEDDOUR Mahmoud (U. de Bejaia).
  • AJGOU Ali (U. de Batna).
  • ALALI Mahmoud (U. de Laghouat).
  • AOUARIB Lakhdar (U. d’Ouargla).
  • BAITICHE Abdelhamid (U.Batna 01)
  • BAIZIG M. Salah (U. de Tunis).
  • BAKA Rachid (U. de Batna).
  • BALA Sadek (U. de Bejaia).
  • BEDIDA Lezher (U. d’Alger 2)
  • BEKAI Moncef (U. d’Alger 2)
  • BEN HADJ Miloud (U. de Djelfa).
  • BENAMAR Hamadadou (U.Oran 1)
  • BOUAZZA Boudersaia (U. d’Alger2)
  • BOUMEGOURA Naim (U. de Bejaia).
  • BOURENI Dalila (U. d’Alger 2)
  • BOUZID Fouad (U. Guelma)
  • CHAFOU Redhouane (U. d’El Oued).
  • CHAIB Kedadra (U. de Guelma).
  • CHAREF Rekia (ENS de Laghouat).
  • CHETOUANE Nadira (U. de Blida 2).
  • CHOUITAME Arezki (U. d’Alger 2)
  • DJIDJIK Zerouk (U. de Bejaia).
  • FARADJI M. Akli (U. de Bejaia).
  • GREVIN Benoît (EHESS, Paris).
  • GUELIANE Nora (EHESS, Paris)
  • GUEN Mohammed (U. de Djelfa).
  • GUENFISSI Hayette (U. de Bejaia).
  • HADIAlWASH Huda (U. de Baghdad).
  • HANAFI Aicha (U. d’Alger 2)
  • HANIFI Helaili (U.Sidi Bel Abbés)
  • IKHERBANE M. Akli (U. de T. Ouzou).
  • JADLA Brahim (U. Menouba, Tunis).
  • KACIMI Zine dine (U. de Bouira)
  • KAOUANE Fares (U. de Sétif 2)
  • KENDEL Djamel (U. Hassiba Ben Bouali, Chelef).
  • KERBAL Zakia (U. d’Alger 2)
  • KERKAR Abdelkader (U. d’El Oued)
  • KHALED Taher (U.de M’Sila)
  • KHALFI Djamila (U. Khemis Melliana)
  • KINZI Azzedine (U.de T.Ouzou).
  • KOUICEM Mohamed (U. de Skikda)
  • MAKHLOUFI Abdelouhab (U. de Batna)
  • MANSOURIA Achour (U. de Batna 1)
  • MANZANO Miguel Angel (U. de Salamanque).
  • MEGROUS née MEHENTEL Djahida (Université d’Alger 2).
  • MEKSEM Zahir (U. de Bejaia).
  • MERAH Aissa (U. de Bejaia).
  • MERDJAA Aicha (U. de Bejaia).
  • MOUSSAOUI Fella (U. d’Alger 2).
  • MOUHOUN Leila (U. de Bejaia).
  • OUATMANI Settar (U. de Bejaia)
  • OULARBI Houria (ABDENEBI) (Université de Tizi-Ouzou)
  • OULD SID AHMED Adouba (U. El Ouyoune, Mauritanie)
  • OUYAHIA Saida (U.Alger 02).
  • RAHMANI Belkacem (U.Alger 02).
  • RAMDANI Hacina (Lyon 2).
  • REMILI Nedjma, née SERRADJ (Université d’Alger 2).
  • SAAIDIA Oissila (Directrice IRMC)
  • SAHIR Nacera (ENS de Bouzaréah)
  • SAIDI Meziane (ENS de Bouzaréah, Alger)
  • SALEM Merouane (U. de Diyala, Irak).
  • SALHI Kamel (U. de Tizi-Ouzou)
  • SALHI Mezhoura (U. de Tizi-Ouzou)
  • SAOUDI Yasmina (U. d’Alger 2).
  • SIDALI AHMED Messaoud (U. de M’sila).
  • SOUALMIA Abderahmane (U. de Bejaia).
  • TIDJET Mustapha (U. de Bejaia).
  • TLEMCANI Ben Youcef (U. de Blida).
  • TOBBAL Nadjoua (U. d’Alger 2)
  • TOUAHRI Hakima, (U. d’Alger 2)
  • TOUMI Rafika (U. d’Alger 2).
  • VALERIAN Dominique (U. de Paris 1 Panthéon – Sorbonne).
  • WSHEH Gasan (Université islamique de Ghaza, Palestine).
  • YEFSAH Nadia (U.Alger 02).
  • ZERKAOUI Noureddine
  • ZERKOUK Mohamed (U. Khemis Melliana).
  • Verification and correction of texts.
  • ABBACI Madjid.
  • BOUICHER Boubkeur
  • LAHOUEL Tassaadith
  • MAANDI Abla
  • MEKSEM Zahir
  • TIDJET Mustapha.
  • TOUCHE KHAROUNI Nouara

Subjects

Places

  • Béjaïa, Algeria (06000)

Date(s)

  • Monday, May 15, 2023

Contact(s)

  • mahmoud ait meddour
    courriel : mahmoud [dot] aitmeddour [at] univ-bejaia [dot] dz

Information source

  • mahmoud ait meddour
    courriel : mahmoud [dot] aitmeddour [at] univ-bejaia [dot] dz

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