Journal Mākslas Vēsture un Teorija (Art History and Theory)

The Art History Institute of Art Academy of  Latvia publishes the journal Mākslas Vēsture un Teorija (Art History and Theory) since 2003. It is the sole academic art history periodical in the Republic of Latvia.  Its editorial policy is to publish articles based on fundamental historical research in all branches of  visual arts, architecture, applied art, design and art theory in Latvia and Baltics, supplemented by corresponding research issues offered by art historians from other countries. The journal is normally biannual. Published articles are in Latvian with summaries in English. Articles in other languages are accepted and supplemented with summaries in Latvian. Articles are subjected to a blind peer-review type (references on recent publications, archive materials, chronicles are not reviewed).

The journal is included and indexed in SCOPUS, CEEOL, CEJSH, KUBIKAT, EBSCO.

Editorial Board: Dr. Elita Grosmane (editor-in-chief) (Riga, Latvia), Prof. Dr. Mart Kalm (Talllin, Estonia), Dr. Rūta Kaminska (Riga, Latvia), Prof. Dr. habil. Eduards Kļaviņš (Riga, Latvia), Dr. Ingrida Korsakaite (Vilnius, Lithuania), Prof. Dr.  Vojtéch Lahoda  (Prague, Czech Republic,), Prof. Dr. Lars Olof Larsson (Kiel, Germany), Prof. Dr. habil. Malgorzata Omilanowska (Warsaw and Gdansk, Poland), Dr. Jānis Zilgalvis (Riga. Latvia), Prof Dr. Konrad A. Ottenheym (Utrecht, the Netherlands).

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All published articles in Mākslas Vēsture un Teorija are protected by copyright. No material in the journal may be reproduced and distributed prior to written permission of the Art History Institute.