Written Artefacts as Cultural Heritage
Editorial office: Doreen Schröter
ISSN: 2702-9654 (Print) | 2702-9662 (Online PDF)
Written Artefacts as Cultural Heritage was established in 2020. The series is dedicated to the double role of written artefacts as representations and generators of humankind’s cultural heritage. Its thematic scope embraces aspects of preservation, the identity-defining role of artefacts as well as ethical questions.
The mix of practical guides, colloquium papers and project reports is specifically intended for staff at libraries and archives, curators at museums and art galleries, and scholars working in the fields of manuscript cultures and heritage studies.
Every volume of Written Artefacts as Cultural Heritage has been peer-reviewed and is openly accessible. You can request hard copies of each issue free of charge from the editorial office.
If you wish to present your research in one of our publications, please contact the editorial office.
Our guidelines for publications are available here.
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