A i m s  a n d  S c o p e.  Since its inception, the journal Studii şi cercetări de istoria artei. Teatru, Muzică, Cinematografie is dedicated to advancing research in the history of Romanian and European theatre, music and cinema. Our aim is to highlight art practices in their cultural and historical contexts, as well as to further the understanding of local art movements within European tradition. SCIA.TMC features research papers and critical essays; it also includes shorter articles (Notes) that convey preliminary results of recent research, book reviews, theatre and film reviews.

H i s t o r yStudii şi cercetări de istoria artei (SCIA) was founded in 1954; the journal covered a variety of topics in the field of arts. Ten years later, it split into two periodicals, one of them dedicated to art history, while the other fostered studies in the history of theatre, music, and cinema. Studii şi cercetări de istoria artei. Seria Teatru, Muzică, Cinematografie (SCIA.TMC) appeared regularly from 1964 until 1997, when publication was discontinued because of financial constraints. The new series, available online, was launched in 2007; most articles are in Romanian, but each issue contains a few number of papers in French, English or German.

F r e q u e n c y: 1 issue per year.

F e e s. SCIA.AP does not charge submission or publication fees.

SCIA.TMC is indexed in: 

  • RILM (Répertoire International de Littérature Musicale)
  • EBSCOhost - Humanities Source Ultimate
  • ProQuest - Performing Arts Database, Music Database, Music and Performing Arts Collection
  • The Bach Bibliography
  • DOAJ (Directory of Open Access Journals)
  • Genamics JournalSeek
  • Scipio
  • Socol@r
The journal is committed to the principle of open access. SCIA.TMC issues are available online immediately upon their publication, without any embargo period. Articles are published in PDF format. Access to these files is free of charge (see Archive).




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