Studia UBB Historia Artium

Studia UBB Historia Artium has been, since 2008, a series of the reputable Studia Universitatis
Babeș-Bolyai. Published by the Faculty of History and Philosophy, it is aimed at an academic
viewership as well as towards a more general audience interested in Art History in its broadest
sense, Cultural Heritage, and Visual Culture as a whole. Each number is set to include not only
research articles but also profiles or interviews with relevant actors in the aforementioned fields,
as well as an ample section dedicated to book and exhibition reviews. Through the chosen format,
the journal is intent on becoming a platform for conversation just as much as a connection
between the historiographies and artistic realities in the Central and Eastern European region.

Having local and foreign collaborators, a high professional standard, and a scrupulous peerreview process, the journal welcomes contributions from established and early-career
researchers, along with doctoral candidates.

Thematic diversity and interdisciplinary approaches and methodologies are thoroughly
encouraged. The subject area accommodates interventions on a wide range of topics including
but not limited to:
 Art History
 Contemporary Art
 Heritage Studies
 Museum Studies
 Visual Culture

For book, exhibition reviews, and profiles we accept both suggestions and commissions, so please
contact the Executive Editors at: historiaartium.studia@ubbcluj.ro .

The deadline for the 2023 issue is 1 September 2023, but we welcome contributions year-round.
Please see the Instructions for Authors for further clarification.

For any inquiries and submissions do not hesitate to get in touch with the editorial team at:
historiaartium.studia@ubbcluj.ro.

 

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