E-Journals in arthistoricum.net A - Z
ISSN-Internet: 2701-1550; ISSN-Print: 2701-1569
21 is a forum for art history which embraces the full range of diverse objects, questions, and methodologies within the discipline. In parallel with this openness in subject matter, 21: Inquiries will be available online as an Open-Access-eJournal, making it freely accessible to the widest possible audience. Four issues are published annually, which are available as a free online edition (PDF/html) and as a print-on-demand version.
ISSN-Internet: 2510-2427; ISSN-Print: 0515-0612
The journal was founded in 1906 and published by the former Aachen Museumsverein and its curator Hermann Schweitzer. The Aachener Kunstblätter provide scientific articles and it aims to promote the understanding of the collections of the municipal museum.
ISSN-Internet: 2197-7402; ISSN-Print: 0949-8419
Since 1995 the journal provides information about the activities of the Arbeitsgemeinschaft der Kunst- und Museumsbibliotheken (AKMB) and supports the professional discourse between art libraries, museum libraries, and other related institutions. The online-edition is published with a delay of one year.
1922/23 - 1970
ISSN-Internet: 2510-4691; ISSN-Print: 0341-8383
In 1884 the bulletin Zeitschrift des Germanisches Nationalmuseums succeeded its predecessor, the Anzeiger für Kunde der deutschen Vorzeit. General information on the Germanisches Nationalmuseum were published in it until and including 1921.
ISSN-Internet: 2567-3041; ISSN-Print: 0007-6201
Since its foundation in 1899 the German Castles Association (DBV) has published a scientific journal dedicated to research into castles and other historical fortifications and residence. Until 1959 the journal was called The Burgwart.
Cora Ginsburg LLC: A catalogue of rare works of art including 17th to 20th century costume, textiles, and needlework
ISSN-Internet: 2381-7283; ISSN-Print: 2381-7291
The catalogues of the New York art gallery Cora Ginsburg LLC present the gallery’s extensive collection of historical and modern textiles, clothing, and objects from Western Europe, the United States, and Asia.
The online-edition is published with a delay of one year.
(1958-1970): ISSN-Internet: 2366-4851; ISSN-Print: 0342-0027
(1972-): ISSN-Internet: 2366-486X; ISSN-Print: 0465-7519
The journal, published by the Landesamt für Denkmalpflege (regional council of Stuttgart) informs about cultural heritage and monument conservation in Baden-Württemberg. All digital versions are available for download, starting with the first issue, published in 1958, until the most recent issue.
ISSN-Internet: 2554-9863; ISSN-Print: 1776-9671
Every year, the DFK Paris publishes an Annual Report which offers an overview about its activities and all its research projects. Le DFK Paris publie chaque année un rapport d’activités. Celui-ci offre un panorama des activités de recherche ainsi que du développement de l’institut au cours de l’année universitaire précédente.
ISSN-Internet: 2365-5615; ISSN-Print: 2365-5607
Heritage at Risk (World Reports on Monuments and Sites in Danger) was founded in 1999 by ICOMOS International. Its aim is to provide information to the general public on current events concerning grave threats to cultural heritage and UNESCO world heritage sites, and to offer solutions to frequent problems.
ISSN-Internet: 2365-5631; ISSN-Print: 2365-5623
The journal, published by ICOMOS Deutschland, was founded in 1989 and is dedicated to diverse problems associated with the protection and conservation of monuments. In addition, it contains publications and results of international conferences organized by ICOMOS Germany and its partners.
ISSN-Internet: 2570-0480; ISSN-Print: 2570-0472
Interface Critique promotes an understanding of the interface as a historical and cultural phenomenon and encourages comprehensive interdisciplinary perspectives. IC is not interested in the enhancement of usability, ergonomic questions of design or optimization of user experience.
ISSN-Internet: 2363-5401; ISSN-Print: 2363-5398
This biannual peer-reviewed journal provides information about current developments in the field of global digital art history and aims to promote discourse on, and between, history of art and information science.
ISSN-Internet: 2509-2510; ISSN-Print: 1432-9506
The „Journal für Kunstgeschichte“ is being released quarterly and includes detailed reviews on selected, relevant new publications from all fields in Art History. The journal comprises original articles by renowned experts that have not been published before.
The issues are being made available with a moving wall of five years.
ISSN-Internet: 2197-7410; ISSN-Print: 0340-7403
The journal „kritische berichte“ is the press organ of the Ulmer Vereins (Verband für Kunst- und Kulturwissenschaften e.V.). It was founded in 1973 during a methodological crisis in the field of history of art, and during the rise of the new art history movement.
The online issue is published with a moving wall and a delay of five years.
ISSN-Internet: 2366-9225; ISSN-Print: 2366-9217
„KulturGut“ publishes illustrated articles and essays dedicated to current research and to the collections of the Germanischen Nationalmuseums (GNM) in Nuremberg. The journal’s focus is on material culture. Since April 2004 KulturGut has replaced its predecessor journal “Monatsanzeiger” and is published quarterly in a printed and a digitized version.
ISSN-Internet: 2510-7534; ISSN-Print: 0023-5474
Since 1948, the Central Institute for Art History has been publishing the journal "Kunstchronik. Monatsschrift für Kunstwissenschaft, Museumswesen und Denkmalpflege". It is also the news organ of the Association of German Art Historians.
„Kunstrechtsspiegel“ is the quarterly journal of the German Institute of Art and Law (Insitut für Kunst und Recht IFKUR e.V.). It contains academic articles, current judgements, announcements for conferences and symposiums as well as news from within the field of art law.
„Miradas“ is appearing annually as an academic, peer-reviewed and open-access journal intended to serve as a platform for topics relating to the art history of the Américas and the Iberian peninsular, together with promoting scholarly exchange between German-speaking, Hispanic and Lusitanian historians of art and culture.
Mitteilungen der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Archäologie des Mittelalters und der Neuzeit (Mitteilungen der DGAMN)
ISSN-Internet: 1619-1471, ISSN-Print: 1619-1439
„Mitteilungsblätter“, the journal of the Deutschen Gesellschaft für Archäologie des Mittelalters und der Neuzeit, contains printed versions of talks and reports of archeological conferences and research groups, information on new publications, book reviews, and other relevant articles. It is published annually, such that it is available in time for the yearly meetings of the society.
ISSN-Internet: 2532-2737, ISSN-Print: 0342-1201
The "Mitteilungen des Kunsthistorischen Institutes in Florenz", founded in 1908 as a publication forum of what was still at the time a fledgling institute, is now one of the oldest and most prestigious art-historical journals worldwide. The journal publishes original research dedicated to Italian art from Late Antiquity to the 20th century, including its global outreach.
ISSN-Internet: 2366-9209, ISSN-Print: 2366-9195
From 1981 until 2004, the „MonatsAnzeiger“ served as a calendar of events for museums and galleries in Nurmenberg. It was published monthly by the Germanischen Nationalmuseum and contained information on exhibition dates, guided tours, talks, concerts, and other events.
ISSN-Internet: 2364-8929; ISSN-Print: 2364-8910
„Monumenta“ was founded in 2012 by the ICOMOS national committees in Germany, Luxemburg, Austria and Switzerland. It aims ito intensify the scholarly exchange between the four committees and to promote their collaboration on the preservation of historical monuments, especially in German-speaking countries.
„Monuments and Sites“ is a publication series re-established in 2004 by ICOMOS International, with the participation of 100 national committees and more than 25 specialized research committees of the International Council on Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS).
The journal "NEUE kunstwissenschaftliche forschungen" is aimed specifically at young scholars of history of art and related research disciplines. The e-journal serves as a platform for dialogue between established scholars and early-stage researchers.
ISSN-Internet: 2509-3967, ISSN-Print: 2509-3959
Neuwerk was founded in 2009 by the MA Design Studies at the Burg Giebichenstein University of Art and Design Halle. The magazine is being published by the Design Faculty. Students of the MA Design Studies independently both work on and edit the magazine.
Pamiętnik Sztuk Pięknych / Fine Arts Diary is a journal devoted to the study of modern and contemporary art and artistic culture. Journal with articles in Polish (with English summary) or English is edited by the Polish Institute of World Art Studies and Tako Publishing House in Toruń.
ISSN-Internet: 2449-9285; ISSN-Print: 1896-4133
Quart has been published since 2006. It presents works of primarily Polish art historians, but it is also open to suggestions from around the world. The basic assumption of the magazine is the publication of papers from the entire scope of art history, from prehistoric art to the latest phenomena. Publishing papers that use various methodologies, including the latest ones, is equally important.
RIHA Journal was launched in 2010 by The International Association of Research Institutes in the History of Art (RIHA). It is a peer-reviewed and open access e-journal devoted to the full range of the history of art and visual culture.
ISSN-Internet: 2628-7129, ISSN-Print: 1438-9495
In its journal sediment - Materialien und Forschungen zur Geschichte des Kunstmarktts / Resources for and Studies in the History of the Art Market, the ZADIK has been reporting on its holdings and research since 1994. Issue 30 marked the transition from a printed publication to an eJournal with print on demand.
ISSN-Internet: 2673-2858, ISSN-Print: 1663-4942
The Swiss Institute for Art Research, founded in 1951, is a centre of excellence in art research and art technology with a national and international focus. Its activities focus on research, documentation, knowledge transfer and services in the field of fine arts, with the creation of art in Switzerland from the Middle Ages to the present day being the main focus.
ISSN-Internet: 2658-168X, ISSN-Print: XXXX-XXXX
Studia z architektury nowoczesnej / Studies on the modern architecture - is a journal devoted to modern and contemporary architecture, urban studies and thought on architecture.
From 2013 journal is prepared as annual - with articles in Polish (with English summary) or English - by the Polish Institute of World Art Studies (PISnSŚ) with the Department of History of Modern Art, Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń and edited by PISnSŚ and the Tako Publishing House. Editor: Dr. Joanna Kucharzewska.
ISSN-Internet: 2366-9233; ISSN-Print: 0944-4009
The volumes are published by the Landesamt für Denkmalpflege im Regierungspräsidium Stuttgart in collaboration with the Arbeitskreis für Hausforschung, Regionalgruppe Baden-Württemberg and deal with various topics in historical building research.
At present, older volumes are made available here. After clarifying some unresolved copyright issues, newer volumes will follow.
ISSN-Internet: 2364-3714; ISSN-Print: 2364-3706
Since 1990, "Unser Münster" is the bulletin of the Münsterbauvereins Breisach e.V. It contains reports about the history and architecture of St. Stephan Minster as well as providing information about current events related to the minster.