Ministry of Education and Science (2021): 70 points
"Artium Quaestiones" is a peer-reviewed academic annual journal edited by the Department of Art History at Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań. It has been continuously published since 1979 by Adam Mickiewicz University Press and since its inception conceived as a platform for theoretical and methodological reflection in the field of art history. Articles appearing in the journal concern modern and contemporary and art as well as the art of earlier periods, including architecture, with special attention given to research on Central-Eastern Europe. "Artium Quaestiones" is renowned for texts that testify to the reception of both German and Anglo-Saxon art historical methodologies and their critical applications in the Central-Eastern European context.
Recognizable feature of "Artium Quaestiones" are also critical reviews of most recent scholarship and, more importantly, translations of theoretical and analytical texts, including articles and book chapters by such authors as Rosalind Krauss, Hal Foster, Mieke Bal, William J. Thomas Mitchell, Nicholas Mirzoeff, Grisellda Pollock, Georges Didi-Huberman, Louis Marin, Horst Bredekamp, Max Imdahl or Hans Belting.
"Artium Quaestiones" welcomes high quality articles written in English, German and Polish by both established and young scholars of art history and visual culture. It contains a thematic section with annually announced call for papers. From 2018, apart from being published in hard copy, the latest issues of our yearly (from no. 26, 2015) are available electronically via PRESSto UAM Open Access platform. Since 2019 „Artium Quaestiones” will also be available at international platform of electronic publications EBSCO. Moreover, digitalized archival issues are available for downloading at University of Heidelberg library website. Links to digital versions can be found at our website.
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