SKON Level 2 in the Norwegian Register for Scientific Journals Announcement

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Konsthistorisk Tidskrift / Journal of Art History is now Level 2 in the Norwegian Register for Scientific Journals Announcement

We are pleased to announce that Konsthistorisk Tidskrift / Journal of Art History has been granted the highest ranking in The Norwegian Register for Scientific Journals, Series and Publishers, which rates scholarly publishing channels worldwidee on a scale from 0 to 2. The promotion to Level 2 acknowledges that Konsthistorisk Tidskrift / Journal of Art History is a publishing channel of the highest international standard and reaches an international readership through its cooperation with the renowned publisher Taylor & Francis.

The Norwegian Register for Scientific Journals, Series and Publishers is a bibliometric measuring tool that is operated by The National Board of Scholarly Publishing (NPU) and The Norwegian Centre for Research Data (NSD) on behalf of the Norwegian Ministry of Education and Research.

Konsthistorisk tidskrift/Journal of Art History was founded in 1932 by Konsthistoriska sällskapet/The Society of Art Historians in Stockholm, Sweden.

As the leading peer-reviewed journal of art history in the Nordic countries, the journal welcomes original research from all fields of art history, architecture, design and visual culture covering a broad variety of methodological and theoretical approaches.  The journal also publishes reviews of books and larger exhibitions and accepts submissions written in the Scandinavian languages as well as in French, German and English.