Instituto de Estudos Medievais, Faculdade de Ciências Sociais e Humanas, Universidade Nova de Lisboa

Medievalista is a journal of medieval studies founded in 2005 by Professor Luís Krus and, since then, it has been published online by the Institute of Medieval Studies (IEM). As stated by its name, the journal has a wide scope and aims to reach all researchers and also those simply interested in medieval studies, publishing texts both in neo-latin languages (Portuguese, Spanish, French and Italian) or in Germanic ones (English and German).It publishes, in open access, two issues per year and accepts original works from all disciplinary areas, in the form of articles, reviews, historiographical balance sheets, news and overviews of recent academic researches, as long as they refer to medieval times. It is focused on innovative and multidisciplinary approaches, capable of crossing different realities and perspectives. Articles are submitted to peer review, seeking to merge the analysis' accuracy to the most comprehensive and stimulating views. Medievalista aims at creating an international forum for sharing and debating ideas, open to all, from renowned authors to young researchers. Medievalista is included in the following platforms: Latindex, Dialnet, LusOpenEdition, DOAJ, ERIH Plus, SciELO Portugal, Web of Science – SciELO Citation Index, Sherpa Romeo, MLA Database, CIRC, Index Copernicus, MIAR, Regesta Imperii and REDIB.

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