e-ISSN 2450-8462 | p-ISSN 0001-6829
Acta Poloniae Historica
Acta Poloniae Historica (APH), published by the Tadeusz Manteuffel Institute of History of the Polish Academy of Sciences (PAS) in co-edition with the Institute of History PAS Foundation, is a semi-annual journal with a long tradition in Polish historiography, enjoying international recognition among historical periodicals. Founded by the eminent Polish historian Marian Małowist (1909–88) in 1958, it serves, first and foremost, to popularise the achievements of Polish scholars in English. The journal also offers its pages to historians from outside Poland who study the history of Polish lands and, more broadly, Central and Eastern Europe.
Each issue has a specific structure: articles (Studies), Reviews, and occasionally reports on a noteworthy scientific event (Chronicle). Starting with Volume 107, the journal has a new section – Archive, presenting an archival article by an eminent Polish historian. This section contains articles that have played an essential role in developing historical research and are not yet available in English.
In recent years, most of the issues have been entirely or largely monographic (special issues) and are devoted to issues that are particularly actively researched and discussed.
Acta Poloniae Historica, published entirely in English, has been on the Journal Master List and the ERIH PLUS (INT-1) list for over 25 years. The journal is made available on an open-access basis, which means free access to the digital, online version.
Between 2016 and 2021, the journal benefited from funding obtained from the National Programme for the Development of Humanities, under which eleven volumes (114–123, 125) were published. Currently, it is a two-year project “Development for Scientific Journals” of the Ministry of Education and Science.
All of the Journal publications are published free of charge, without publication fees or article processing charges (APC). The Journal is financed by the State budget.
Points awarded for publication: 100
Scholarly disciplines assigned by the Ministry of Education and Science: ethnology and cultural anthropology; history; cultural and religious studies; Polish studies; heritage protection and conservation of monuments; family studies; sociological sciences; international relations;
Publication language: English
The digital version is the reference version for this journal.