The Journal of Indo-European Studies, founded by Roger Pearson, began publication in 1972. It has served ever since as a medium for the exchange and synthesis of information relating to the anthropology, archaeology, mythology, philology, and general cultural history of the Indo-European speaking peoples, and is the major journal in the United States for general Indo-European issues.
Online indices to past issues of the journal, along with their tables of contents, are maintained on this website. General correspondence about the journal, including subscription queries, should be addressed to the publisher:
Manuscripts should be sent both to the publisher (above) and to the editor:
For more information, visit the JIES website: http://www.jies.org/.