Print ISSN: 0332-1592
Online ISSN: 2034-6506
Method of peer review
double-blind undertaken by a specialist member of the Board or an external specialist
Medieval Studies, Interdisciplinary, Archaeology, Medieval Ireland, Cultural History, Computistics, Literature, Insular Latin, Linguistics, Art History, Religious History, Hagiography, History of Law, Manuscript studies
Accepts Contributions in Open Access
Peritia is devoted to the advancement of medieval studies in the broadest sense of that term (albeit from an insular perspective), including history, languages, law (canon and secular), archaeology and the ancillary disciplines. It is especially strong on Insular Latin, computistics, and palaeography, and it has carried notable contributions on hagiography, art history and archaeology, literature, Irish vernacular law, and the history of the later Middle Ages. It also has a lively and wide-ranging review section.
Dáibhí Ó Cróinín
Editorial Advisory Board
Jacopo Bisagni, NUI Galway
Damian Bracken, University College Cork
Anthony Candon, National Museum of Ireland, Country Life
Nancy Edwards, Bangor University
Anthony Harvey, Royal Irish Academy
Caitríona Ó Dochartaigh, University College Cork
Aidan O’Sullivan, University College Dublin
Geraldine Parsons , University of Glasgow
Robin Chapman Stacey, University of Washington
Clare Stancliffe, Durham University
Joanna Story, University of Leicester
Immo Warntjes, Trinity College Dublin
Potential contributors are encouraged to submit their manuscripts to the editors via https://perit.manuscriptmanager.net
Peritia publishes articles in English. The journal does not accept submissions that are translations into English of papers previously published in another language. Before submitting, authors should familiarise themselves with the journal’s peer-review policies and style sheet. These can be accessed at the Guidelines for Contributors page. Papers accepted for publication are double blind-refereed to ensure academic integrity. Peritia is also REF-compliant.
Peer Review Procedure
Peritia is a peer-reviewed journal. All articles are sent to experts who provide feedback on suitability for publication. A peer reviewer may suggest revisions to the article and these will be passed on to the author. We operate a strict policy of double blind peer review. The author’s identity is not known to the reviewer and vice versa. The submitted article should not include the name of its author and self-identification, either in the text or in footnotes, should be avoided.
Peritia has a lively reviews section. The editors commission individual reviews. Further information for reviewers and publishers can be found on the Reviewing page. The review editors welcome expressions of interest from potential reviewers of individual volumes on the list. However, the journal does not accept unsolicited reviews. The review editor can be contacted at email@example.com.
Guidelines for Authors
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RANKING & INDEXING
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ERIH PLUS - European Index for the Humanities and Social Sciences
International Bibliography of Humanism and the Renaissance
International Medieval Bibliography
MLA International Bibliography
Periodicals Contents Index
RILM: Répertoire International de Littérature Musicale
Scimago Journal & Country Rank SJR
ANVUR Area 10 – Class A
ANVUR Area 10 – Scientific S(2017)
ANVUR Area 11 – Scientific S(2017)
CIRC (A Classification in human sciences & Social Sciences Classification)
Excellence of Research in Australia (ERA) journal list 2018, ARC