The original Journal of Indo-European Studies indices were created with support from the Diebold Foundation and augmented with support from a successor foundation, Salus Mundi. These indices are designed as a service to scholars and members of the public interested in Indo-European language and culture.
N.B. At present there are JIES indices for journal articles and reviews published in volumes 1 (1973) through 38 (2010), plus Monographs 1-55 published through 2009. When we began publishing our index, the Journal of Indo-European Studies maintained no index of its own; but now that JIES has begun publishing an online index, we anticipate that volume 38 will be the last in our series.
We maintain three different indices for the Journal of Indo-European Studies:
In addition, we maintain a list of JIES Monographs in numerical order, with unnumbered Monographs listed last.
We maintain a separate Table of Contents listing for each volume of the Journal of Indo-European Studies, listing the articles and reviews therein:
The Journal of Indo-European Studies serves as a medium for the exchange and synthesis of information relating to the anthropology, archaeology, mythology, philology and early cultural history of the Indo-European speaking peoples. See, also, publication information. For more information visit: http://www.jies.org/.
Professor Edgar C. Polomé (1920-2000) served as co-editor of JIES from its inception in 1972, then as Managing Editor from 1987; he also served the LRC's Indo-European Documentation Center as Planning Advisor from its beginning in 1998 until his death.