Periodicals

INCFC

Call for Papers

The Editorial board of the Romanian Journal of Museums has the pleasure to announce that the National Institute for Cultural Research and Training continues to publish the journal, which is a platform for debates in museology, adapted to new tendencies in the field.

The first issue of 2018 is dedicated to the theme of the International Museum Day 2018: Hyperconnected museums: New approaches, new publics. We are interested to find out how the museums are grasping this theme, what projects are subsumed under it, which are the partners and the forecasted results.

The journal will observe the same editorial rules. The closing date for receiving the papers on the revistamuzeelor@culturadata.ro is the 30th of June, 2018.

As in the past years, the papers should follow certain rules for editing and they will be taken through a peer review process.

For details regarding the publishing norms, please go to the page: http://www.culturadata.ro/categorie-publicatii/revista-muzeelor/.

The Romanian Journal of Museums is indexed on the EBSCO international data base, which is one of the most important in the world, co-operating with 14,000 publishing houses, referring to 250,000 periodicals and over 186 million accesses, each day.

Thank you,

The Editorial Board

INCFC

Museums’ Magazine

The Museums’ Magazine, published by the National Institute for Research and Cultural Training, aims at becoming the key publication of the experts working within Romania’s museums.

The first issue of the Magazine was published in 1964, and from 1974 to 1989 it appeared together with the Magazine of Historical Monuments, under the title “The Magazine of Museums and Monuments. The Museum Series”. After 1990, it returned to its initial title. Over the years, major personalities of the Romanian culture – such as Constantin Daicoviciu, Radu Florescu, D. Panaitescu-Perpessicius, C.C. Nicolăescu-Plopşor – have published articles in this magazine.
Following a period when the activity of the Museums’ Magazine was suspended, the National Institute for Research and Cultural Training undertook the publication of this periodical in 2014, along with a change in the philosophy of the contents. Thus, the magazine aims at becoming a landmark in the Romanian landscape of publications and museums, by hosting primarily scientific articles and topical debates in the field of museums, in addition to the habitual museum reviews that the public is already familiar with.