MUSEUM: Museum and Regional Studies is a peer-reviewed scholarly journal. Published articles and essays pass through a mutually anonymous peer-review procedure (Double Blind Peer Review) and subsequently have to be approved by the Editorial Board.
Manuscripts are sent anonymously to at least one independent external expert on the same topic. Each article is evaluated by two to three reviewers. Most of the content in the Journal consists of papers in the study section (that are subjected to a mandatory peer review process) and materials (that go through the peer review process in accordance with the decision of the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal).
After the articles have been returned from the peer reviewing, the authors receive anonymous reviewer’s comments or recommendations from the Editorial Office so that they can edit their articles. The authors have a defined period of time during which they can edit the articles.
The articles that have been positively assessed and adjusted under peer review still have to be approved by the Editorial Board, which may also make additional requirements in regard to them.
For more information see Editorial Policy of the MUSEUM: Museum and Regional Studies Journal.