Concilium Medii Aevi

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Concilium Medii Aevi
Cover cma.jpg
description Trade journal
Area of ​​Expertise History , regional history
language German
publishing company Edition Ruprecht, Göttingen
First edition 1998
Frequency of publication Internet magazine and yearbook
Editor Nathalie Kruppa
Web link Concilium Medii Aevi

Concilium Medii Aevi (abbreviation: CMA ) is the first German-language online journal for medieval and early modern research , which is also published once a year in Göttingen as a yearbook or is available on CD-ROM.

The Open Access -Periodikum has since its inception in 1998 into an internationally recognized interdisciplinary forum for Medieval Studies and Research on Early Modern developed. The contributions and reviews come from historical studies , art history , archeology , German studies and other subjects.

The editor and managing director of the magazine is Nathalie Kruppa , who works at the " Germania Sacra " office at the Göttingen Academy of Sciences .

The editors include the historians Peter Aufgebauer , Helmut Flachenecker , Christian Freilang and Marcus Frings .

The scientific advisory board is formed by Antje Middeldorf Kosegarten , Wolfgang Petke and Ernst Schubert (†).

Individual evidence

  1. Cf. Gudrun Gersmann, Revues scientifiques. État des lieux et perspectives on H-Soz-u-Kult, Oct. 15, 2009
  2. Nathalie Kruppa, Concilium Medii Aevi. Journal for the history, art and culture of the Middle Ages and the early modern period - a project from student times , in: Discussions 3 (2010) .

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