About the Journal

About the Journal

Berlin Studies Transnational journal of science and humanities ISSN 2749- 0866 is an open-access journal, and the main aim of the journal is to highlight the achievements, problems, and prospects of Historical sciences, Economic sciences, Philosophy sciences, Philological sciences, Legal sciences, Pedagogical sciences,  Sociological sciences, Polystyrene sciences, Islamic science.

Be careful We do not accept articles through Fakhridin Abdukarimov (Uzbekistan)

Moreover, the objective of the scientific journal Berlin Studies Transnational journal of science and humanities is to inform the scientific community about the problems of improving the research and innovation in this area, further increase the interest of the younger generation in philology, lingua didactic, and education and to express the scientific views of experts and scientists.

Berlin Studies Transnational journal of science and humanities covers research results in the following areas:

Historical sciences

Economic sciences

Philosophy sciences

Philological sciences

Legal sciences

Pedagogical sciences

Psychology sciences

Sociological sciences

Political sciences

Islamic science

These topics are addressed in full-length research papers and short review papers. Berlin Studies Transnational journal of science and humanities presents a platform for researchers, Ph.D. students, educators, and Master's students to learn from and contribute to the field.

Digital archiving

Berlin Studies Transnational journal of science and humanities uses PKP Preservation Network to digitally archive its content.  PKP has developed the PKP Preservation Network (PKP PN) to digitally preserve OJS journals. The PKP PN ensures that journals can be preserved for long-term access.

 The PKP PN is a dark archive. End users will not access the preserved content until after a “trigger event.” After a trigger event, PKP staff will approve importing the preserved content into one or more OJS instances hosted by PKP member institutions. Once loaded into these host OJS instances, the content will be openly accessible.