BMGN - Low Countries Historical Review is the leading academic journal for the history of the Netherlands, Belgium and their global presence. The journal publishes research about broad and important issues in the history of the Low Countries, and seeks to do so in a wider comparative and international context. BMGN – LCHR seeks to present the best historical scholarship of both young and more established scholars. The journal accommodates all historical subdisciplines and covers every period of history since the Middle Ages. It accepts contributions in Dutch and English.View Journal Submit an Article
Additionally, the editors have established the Yearbook De Zeventiende Eeeuw, published by Verloren.
De Zeventiende Eeuw is the only peer-reviewed, open access journal for the study of the cultural history of the early modern Low Countries. Appearing biannually since 1985, the journal seeks to publish up to twenty original articles each year, either in English or in Dutch. Interdisciplinary in scope, it covers a wide range of subjects pertaining to the rich material and immaterial legacy of the Netherlands in the long seventeenth century, including literature, religion, political and intellectual history, and the visual arts.View Journal Submit an Article
Welcome to Early Modern Low Countries (EMLC), a multidisciplinary open access journal dedicated to the study of the early modern Low Countries. We publish state-of-the-art scholarship on any aspect of the turbulent history and vibrant culture of the region from about 1500 to 1830 from a variety of perspectives.
EMLC appears in two installments annually.
EMLC has its origins in a cooperation between two leading journals on the Low Countries, De Zeventiende Eeuw and De Achttiende Eeuw. Please visit the most recent issues of DZE here; the remainder of the archive can be found here. The archive of DAE can be found here.View Journal Submit an Article
Since 1985, Incontri. Rivista europea di Studi Italiani has been an international forum for academic publications related to Italian history and culture. As an interdisciplinary journal, Incontri publishes both academic research in various fields (history, literature, linguistics, philosophy, art history, music, cinema and theatre etc.) and contributions that cross the boundaries of traditional Humanities disciplines.
Incontri is the journal of the Werkgroep Italië Studies (WIS), an Italian Studies workgroup based in the Dutch and Flemish academic research community.
Incontri. Rivista europea di Studi italiani è dal 1985 un forum internazionale volto a ospitare pubblicazioni di natura accademica inerenti alla storia e alla cultura italiane. Di carattere interdisciplinare, la rivista pubblica sia ricerche accademiche nei vari ambiti (storia, letteratura, linguistica, filosofia, storia dell’arte, musica, cinema e teatro, ecc.), sia contributi che trascendono i limiti tra i diversi settori delle scienze umanistiche.
Incontri è la rivista del Werkgroep Italië Studies (WIS), gruppo di lavoro sugli studi italiani con riferimento alla comunità di ricerca accademica neerlandese e fiamminga.View Journal Submit an Article
The International Journal of the Commons is an interdisciplinary peer-reviewed open-access journal, dedicated to furthering the understanding of institutions for use and management of resources that are (or could be) enjoyed collectively.
These resources may be part of the natural world (e.g. forests, climate systems, or the oceans) or they may be created (e.g. infrastructures such as irrigation systems, the internet or (scientific) knowledge, for example of the sort that is published in open-access journals).
The IJC is an initiative of the International Association for the Study of the Commons (IASC).View Journal Submit an Article
The International Journal for History, Culture and Modernity (HCM) is a peer-reviewed journal that offers a global perspective on modern culture and its history since 1750. We invite submissions on the theory as well as the historical practice and experience of modernity. How can history help to understand what it means to live in a modern world? From this vantage point HCM aims to take part in the international exchange on the cultural significance of modernity.
The journal particularly welcomes articles that take their lead from topical issues such as the rise of populism, the return of religion and humanity's relation to the natural environment. Manuscripts may deal with any subject at the crossroads of culture and history in any part of the world, ranging from daily life and media to transnational identity.
Please contact the editors for more information.
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The International Journal for Court Administration (IJCA) is an electronic journal which focuses on court, judicial, and justice system administration, management, and governance. It provides a platform for the professional exchange of knowledge, experience and research in those areas for a diverse audience of practitioners and academics.
Its scope is international. The editors welcome submissions from court officials, judges, justice ministry officials, academic researchers and consultants whose work and interests lie in the practical aspects of the effective administration of justice.View Journal Submit an Article
The Journal of Social Intervention: Theory and Practice (JSI) is an open access, double blind peer reviewed academic Journal. JSI aims to promote available academic research and reflections on practice in social intervention in The Netherlands and Flanders to an international readership of academics and professionals. The subjects featured in the Journal reflect a broad range of social interventions, since the concept is relevant for different domains.
JSI is an independent, double blind peer reviewed academic journal supported by:
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LIBER Quarterly is the peer reviewed, open access journal of LIBER, the Association of European Research Libraries. The journal seeks to cover all aspects of modern research librarianship and scientific information delivery. It strives to form a bridge between the scholars of the Library and Information Sciences (LIS) and the practitioners in our university and research libraries by publishing not only theoretical contributions, but also examples of good practices.View Journal Submit an Article
RELIEF est une revue internationale évaluée par les pairs qui s'adresse à des chercheurs ainsi qu’à d’autres lecteurs intéressés dans le domaine de la littérature et la culture françaises du moyen âge jusqu'à nos jours. RELIEF paraît deux fois par an. Les numéros sont d’ordinaire organisés par thème, mais dans chaque numéro un certain espace est réservé aux contributions diverses et aux comptes rendus. RELIEF veut rejoindre l’actualité littéraire et culturelle d’aujourd’hui autant pour la création que pour la réflexion critique tout en se retournant régulièrement vers les richesses du passé et leur réception. Nous revendiquons notamment une ouverture transculturelle et une attention particulière aux genres marginaux comme aux créations à redécouvrir.View Journal Submit an Article
Studium: Tijdschrift voor Wetenschaps- en Universiteitsgeschiedenis | Revue d’Histoire des Sciences et des Universités is an open access peer-reviewed academic journal which publishes articles and book reviews on the history of scholarship, science, medicine, technology and universities.
Studium is the official journal of GEWINA, the Belgian-Dutch Society for the History of Science and Universities, founded in 1913.
Studium does not limit itself to a particular period or field, though it does give special attention to the Low Countries and its former colonies.View Journal Submit an Article
TSEG/ Low Countries Journal of Social and Economic History is the Dutch-Flemish journal of social and economic history. It is an open access, peer-reviewed, scientific journal which was granted A status/ INT 1 by the European Science Foundation. The journal has a strong interest in the manner in which people in the past have interacted with each other and given shape to social, economic, cultural and political patterns. Key notions here are economic growth, power & (in)equality, group cultures, networks, identity, gender, ethnicity, ecology, trade & technique, entrepreneurship, labour & social movements.View Journal Submit an Article
The Utrecht Law Review is an open-access peer-reviewed journal which aims to offer an international academic platform for cross-border legal research. In the first place, this concerns research in which the boundaries of the classic branches of the law (private law, criminal law, constitutional and administrative law, European and public international law) are crossed and connections are made between these areas of the law, amongst others from a comparative law perspective. In addition, the journal welcomes research in which classic law is brought face to face with not strictly legal disciplines such as philosophy, economics, political sciences and public administration science.
The journal was established in 2005 and is affiliated to the Utrecht University School of Law.
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