Art History and Criticism
Vytautas Magnus University
Laisvės av. 53-515
LT-44309 Kaunas, Lithuania
ART HISTORY & CRITICISM IS A SCHOLARLY JOURNAL SPECIALISING IN THE ACADEMIC RESEARCH AND REVIEWS IN THE FIELDS OF ART HISTORY, CRITICISM, AND CULTURAL HERITAGE.THIS MAGAZINE IS PLACED IN MLA INTERNATIONAL BIBLIOGRAPHY DATABASE, ARTICLES WITH ENTIRE TEXT AREPLACED IN VYTAUTAS MAGNUS UNIVERSITY AND eELABa DATABASE INTERNET PAGE.
| Cultural Heritage:
Lost Values & Unused Possibilities,
| Theatre and Society:
problems and perspectives,
| Art and Politics:
Case-Studies from Eastern Europe,
|Art and Identity, 2008||Šiluva in Lithuanian culture 2009|
Prof. habil. dr. Vytautas Levandauskas (Vytauto Did┼żiojo universitetas, Lietuva / Vytautas Magnus
Prof. Ph. D. Joakim Hansson (Gotlando universitetas,Švedija / University of Gotland, Sweden)
Dr. Rūta Kaminska (Latvijos dailės akademija / Art Academy of Latvia)
Prof. dr. Vojtech Lahoda (Čekijos mokslų akademijos Meno istorijos institutas / Institute of Art History of
the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic)
Prof. dr. Aliaksandr I. Lakotka (Baltarusijos nacionalinės mokslų akademijos K. Krapivos meno, etnografijos
ir folkloro institutas / The K. Krapiva Institute of Study of Arts, Ethnography and Folklore of
the National Academy of Sciences of the Belarus)
Prof. dr. Mašgorzata Sugera (Jogailos universitetas, Lenkija / Jagiellonian University, Poland)
Prof. Ph. D. Bronius Vaškelis (Vytauto Didžiojo universitetas, Lietuva / Vytautas Magnus University, Lithuania)
Prof. Ph. D. Kęstutis Paulius Čygas (Arizonos valstijos universitetas, JAV / Arizona State University, USA)
A GUIDE FOR AUTHORS
Articles should include a delineation of the scholarly problem with reference to why it is relevant and what has been done in the field so far; a well defined object of research; aims and objectives of the text; presentation of the results of research and conclusions; list of references and bibliography. The summary should briefly present the issue and conclusions of the article in English, French or German. If the article is written in non-Lithuanian language it should include summary in Lithuanian or English.
The text of the article should be presented as follows: author's first name and surname; the title; the introduction; results of the research; the conclusions; list of references or/and bibliography; the summary; the list of illustrations. The name of the institution of the author, the first name and surname of the author, the degree and the e-mail should be indicated at the end of the text.
The article should not exceed the limit of one printer's sheet (40 000
characters with spaces); the length of the summary should be approximately 0,5 -
1 page (1000-2000 characters). Text should be processed with Microsoft Word
(6.0/95, 97, 2000 or 2002) or Microsoft Office 2003 and typeset in 12 point
Times New Roman with line spacing 1,5. The paste-up should fit paper size A4
with following margins: top :
The author should deliver the editors one copy of the article and all the additions, typeset by computer and printed on the one side of A4 size paper sheet with laser printer and an electronic record on a CD or a floppy disc. The illustrations should be of a high quality JPG or TIF. Each illustration should contain the author's name, the title of the work of art, and a number of the figure.
The author should present the editors with one peer-review written by a scholar specialising in the corresponding field of study.