Studium is a double ‘peer-reviewed’ journal, publishing research papers on the History of Scholarship, Science, Medicine, Technology and Universities. Studium is the official journal of GEWINA, the Low Countries Society for these fields, founded in 1913. Studium is published in co-operation with the Huygens Institute for the History of the Netherlands, an Institute of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW).
The main language of Studium is Dutch, but also papers in the English or French can be submitted.
Studium does not limit itself to a particular period, field or place. It does however give special attention to the Low Countries and its former colonies.
Studium has a publishing frequency of three or four issues a year. The editorial board tries to publish at least once a year a number devoted to a special theme.
The length of a paper for Studium should not exceed some 6.000 words (main text without references), but after consultation with the editors this rule can be slightly adapted. Submitted papers must be original and based on innovative research. Each paper will be submitted to an external referee procedure. The editors base their decision on these referee reports.
Apart from genuine scholarly papers, Studium also publishes small notes, archival findings, description of instruments, etc. These can be published in the section ‘Pandora’s box’.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Posted on 02 Mar 2012