Journal of Indo-European Studies

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Journal of Indo-European Studies  
J. Indo-Eur. Stud.
Discipline Indo-European studies
Language English
Edited by J. P. Mallory
Publication details
Publication history
Frequency Quarterly
ISSN 0092-2323
LCCN 73642748
OCLC no. 489056118

The Journal of Indo-European Studies is a peer-reviewed academic journal of Indo-European studies, founded in 1973 by Roger Pearson, who had previously founded the National Socialist[1] organization Northern League[2]. It publishes papers in the fields of anthropology, archaeology, mythology and linguistics relating to the cultural history of the Indo-European speaking peoples. The journal is published every three months. The current editor-in-chief is J. P. Mallory (Queen's University Belfast).

In 2006, an online full-text archive was made available to institutional subscribers.


  1. ^ Science for segregation: race, law ... - John P. Jackson - Google Books. Retrieved 2011-12-23. 
  2. ^ The Nazi Connection - Google Books. Retrieved 2011-12-23. 

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