Culture & History Digital Journal

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DOI: 10.3989/chdj

Culture & History Digital Journal features original scientific articles and review articles, aimed to contribute to the methodological debate among historians and other scholars specialized in the fields of Human and Social Sciences, at an international level.

Using an interdisciplinary and transversal approach, this Journal poses a renovation of the studies on the past, relating them and dialoguing with the present, breaking the traditional forms of thinking based on chronology, diachronic analysis, and the classical facts and forms of thinking based exclusively on textual and documental analysis. By doing so, this Journal aims to promote not only new subjects of History, but also new forms of addressing its knowledge.

All articles published in this Journal will undergo an exhaustive, double-blind, peer-review process.

Culture & History Digital Journal is a half-yearly, online, full Open Access Journal, formally issued in June and December. The final version of some selected articles may be published in advance, immediately upon acceptance and correction.

Culture & History Digital Journal is covered by Web of Science: Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI); SCOPUS, ERIH Plus, REDIB, DOAJ and other relevant national and international databases.



Call for Papers


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Culture & History Digital Journal, edited by the Institute of History of the CCHS (CSIC), requests submissions of original articles for the forthcoming Issues.

Topics concerning new historical trends and perspectives are of special interest. Single papers or complete dossiers (6-8 papers) will be considered. The section on Writing on History will publish bibliographical updates with prior request and approval from the Editorial Board.

Some of the proposed themes are (but not restricted to):

Feelings and Emotions / Global History / Urban Culture / Unwanted Heritages / Images of the World / Nations and Cultures / Psychoanalysis and Culture

All papers should be written preferably in English, but other languages could be also accepted. Submitted manuscripts must conform to the editorial guidelines. After a preliminary consideration, the originals will be peer-reviewed by two external, independent experts.

Further information and contact for submissions:
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