The Journal accepts original and unpublished scientific studies, essays, materials, scientific papers, reports, reviews and annotations regarding a wide range of museum topics and issues related to the cultural heritage in general, also including both video and photographic attachments. The journal does not have article processing charges (APCs) nor article submission charges.
- Manuscript should be submitted as MS Word document only (.doc; .docx). Include also a short abstract (up to 200 words) in English (both English and Czech if possible), key words (3–7), a list of literature, and optionally captions to tables, figures, and plates.
- The scope of the studies, essays and/or materials is restricted to a max. 20 standard pages (i.e. 36,000 characters including spaces).
- The scope of scientific papers, reports, reviews and annotations is restricted to a max. 10 standard pages (i.e. 18,000 characters including spaces).
- For texts that exceed the specified scope it is possible to make an individual arrangement with the editors.
The citation style is based on the ČSN ISO 690 norm.
STRÁNSKÝ, Zbyněk Z. Archeologie a muzeologie. Brno: Masarykova univerzita, 2005, pp. 160.
ŠORMOVÁ, Eva (ed.). Česká divadla. Praha: Divadelní ústav, 2000 („eds.“ in the case of multiple editors)
Repetition of a citation:
Ibidem, pp. 123–130.
STRÁNSKÝ, Zbyněk Z. Op. cit., pp. 160 (in case other than immediate repetition of a citation)
STRÁNSKÝ, Zbyněk Z. Op. cit. 2005, pp. 160 (in case other than immediate repetition of a citation when multiple cited sources share an author)
Articles in journals:
KNÍŽÁK, Milan. Entartete Gedanken. Vesmír, 2008, Vol. 87, No. 10, pp. 702–704.
WEAVER, Wiliam. The collectors: command perfomances. Architectural Digest, December 1985, Vol. 42, No. 12, pp. 126–133.
Papers included in the proceedings:
STEHLÍK, Michal. Transformace sbírky Národního muzea v Praze. [The Transformation of the Collection of the National Museum in Prague.] In: Sborník z mezinárodní konference Muzeum a změna, 1965. Prague: The Association of Museums and Galleries of the Czech Republic, 2003, pp. 75.
If the document has 2-3 authors:
KOTLER, Philip and ARMSTRONG, Gary.
BÁLINTOVÁ, Kateřina, KREUZZIEGEROVÁ, Radmila and ŠVÁCHA, Rostislav.
If the documents has more than 3 authors:
SMITH, John, et al.
HERMANOVÁ, Hana, POTŮČEK, Jakub, JIRÁTOVÁ, Kristýna et al.
BANABIC, Dorel. Advanced Methods in Material Forming [online]. Springer, 2007 [13.6.2011]. Available at: http://lib.myilibrary.com?ID=86355
Ikaros [online]. Prague: 2012, Vol. 16, No. 13 [2. 11. 2012]. Available at: http://www.ikaros.cz/
Articles in electronic journals:
UHLÍŘ, Zdeněk. [“BIBLIOTHECA UNIVERSALIS” and the pitfalls of a global digital library.] Ikaros [online]. Prague: 1999, Vol. 3, No. 9 [17. 1. 2013]. Available at: http://www.ikaros.cz/bibliotheca-universalis-uskali-globalni-digitalni-knihovny
Peer Review Process
The editors reserve the right to publish image attachments and to make formal and linguistic adjustments to the text. The editors only perform the final proofreading of manuscripts; texts requiring extensive revision will be returned to the authors for revision. Expert studies, essays and materials go through a two-way anonymous review process, which can have a maximum of two rounds, and subsequent approval by the editorial board. Each text is evaluated by at least one reviewer, and based on the review process, the board accepts the text, returns it for revision, or rejects it completely. The editorial board decides on the publication of technical communications, reports, reviews and annotations. The author of the text is informed about the result of the admission procedure in writing (by e-mail), no later than two months after receiving the manuscript. Respecting the requirements of the reviewers and the formal standards of the journal is a condition of any text. More on the review process here.
- Video or photo attachments, tables, charts or other graphic materials should be provided as separate files, with images in .tif and graphs in .xls formats. The author is responsible for securing copyright and reproduction rights to his/her pictorial supplements for both printed and electronic publications.
- The editors reserve the right to publish the image attachments and to edit the text both formally and linguistically. The editors only carry out the final proofreading of manuscripts; texts that require extensive revisions will be returned to their authors.
- Scientific studies, essays and materials undergo a mutually anonymous review process, which can have a maximum of two rounds, and requires the subsequent approval of the Editorial Board.
- Each text is assessed by at least one reviewer and subsequently, on the basis of the review process, the Editorial Board either accepts the text, returns it for redoing or rejects it in full.
- The Editorial Board makes the decisions in regard to the publication of scientific papers, reports, reviews and annotations.
- The author of the text shall be informed concerning the result of the procedure in writing (by e-mail), no later than two months from the date of the receipt of the manuscript.
- Observing the requirements of the reviewers and following the formal standards of the journal is a precondition for the publication of any text.