The Institute of History, Czech Academy of Sciences

Folia Historica Bohemica

The journal Folia Historica Bohemica publishes mainly specialized studies, further discussion contributions and reviews of the latest foreign and domestic literature, possibly also other texts (the sections Horizons, Historiand of the Early Modern Period etc.). The journal was created on 12 February 1979. In 1979–1990 (Nr. 1–13), the periodical was devoted to Czech history from the 9th to the middle of the 19th centuries; since 1990 (since Nr. 14) it has specialized in Czech and general history of the Early Modern Period (16th–18th centuries). From Issue 21 (2005), the Folia Historica Bohemica has been a peer-reviewed journal. In 2008, it was included in the List of Peer-Reviewed Non-Impact Periodicals issued in the CR. It also figures in the international database ERIH (Category INT2).

Publisher:
Nakladatelství Historický ústav, Prosecká 809/76, 190 00 Praha 9


Editor-in-Chief:
prof. PhDr. Jiří Mikulec, CSc. (HÚ AV ČR)

Managing Editor:
PhDr. Jiří Hrbek, Ph.D .  (HÚ AV ČR)

Associate Editors:
Ivo Barteček (FF UP Olomouc), Lenka Bobková (FF UK), Václav Bůžek (FF JČU Č. Budějovice), Zdeněk Hojda (FF UK), Martin Holý (HÚ AV ČR), Tomáš Knoz (FF MU Brno), Antonín Kostlán (ÚSD AV ČR), Václav Ledvinka (AHMP), Eduard Maur (FF UK), Martina Ondo Grečenková (HÚ AV ČR), Jaroslav Pánek (HÚ AV ČR), Svatava Raková (HÚ AV ČR), Tomáš Sterneck (HÚ AV ČR), Petr Vorel (FF Univerzity Pardubice)

International Editorial Board:
Joachim Bahlcke (Universität Stuttgart), Alessandro Catalano (Università degli Studi di Padova), Marie-Elizabeth Ducreux (CHR/CARE, Paris; Centre Marc Bloch, Berlin), Henryk Gmiterek (Uniwersytet Marii Curie-Skłodowskiej, Lublin), James R. Palmitessa (Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo), Karl Vocelka (Universität Wien)

Review process:
Every published study passes through a review process, in which two independent opponents write reports. None of the opponents may be from the same institution as the author (co-authors) of assessed study, to avoid a conflict of interest. In the case when evaluation from both opponents strongly differ is requested for third, decisive assessment.


Contents:
No. 19, No. 20, No. 21, No. 22, No. 23No. 24,  No. 25/1, No. 25/2, No. 26/1, No. 26/2, No. 27/1 , No.27/2,
No. 28/1, No. 28/2, No. 29/1No. 29/2, No. 30/1, No. 30/2 2015, No. 31/1 2016, No. 31/2 2016,


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