The Journal of the Institute of Croatian History is an interdisciplinary scientific journal which publishes scientific and professional papers from the field of historical and complementary humanistic sciences, especially archaeology, art history, ethnology, and anthropology. It is open for experts in humanistic sciences of all profiles in Croatia and abroad. The basic language of the articles is Croatian, but the papers in Bosnian, Montenegrin, Slovenian and Serbian languages as well as English, German, French and Italian are also very welcome.
Inga Vilogorac Brčić (editor-in-chief), Jasmina Osterman (ancient history), Trpimir Vedriš (medieval history), Hrvoje Petrić (early modern history), Željko Holjevac (modern history), Tvrtko Jakovina (contemporary history), Silvija Pisk (microhistory and local history), Zrinka Blažević (theory and methodology of history).
International Editorial Board:
Živko Andrijašević (Nikšić), Csaba Bekes (Budapest), Rajko Bratož (Ljubljana), Snježana Buzov (Columbus, Ohio), Svetlozar Eldarov (Sofija), Toni Filiposki (Skopje), Aleksandar Fotić (Beograd), Vladan Gavrilović (Novi Sad), Alojz Ivanišević (Wien), Egidio Ivetic (Padova), Husnija Kamberović (Sarajevo), Karl Kaser (Graz), Irina Ljubomirova Ognjanova (Sofija), Géza Pálffy (Budapest), Ioan-Aurel Pop (Cluj), Nada Proeva (Skopje), Alexios Savvides (Kalamata), Vlada Stanković (Beograd), Ludwig Steindorff (Kiel), Peter Štih (Ljubljana).
peer review, national peer review, double, scientific and professional papers, double blind review
First year of publication: 1971
Frequency (annually): 1
Scientific disciplines and subdisciplines:
History; History of Art; Archeology; Ethnology and Anthropology;
Date added to HRČAK: 7 December 2006
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