The journal De Moderne Tijd. De Lage Landen, 1780-1940 is the official publication of the Working Group De Moderne Tijd and is the continuation of the journal De Negentiende Eeuw.
De Moderne Tijd is a unique platform for interdisciplinairy academic research into Dutch culture in its broadest sense: figurative art, architecture, literature, history, music. The journal offers a broad variety of accessibly written scholarly articles that are of interest also for a non-academic readership. By its coverage of the period 1780-1940, it is possible to make visible the longer lines of cultural history, both in development and continuity. With this, the relevance of a past that is already one or two centuries behind us becomes clearer. The journal publishes interdisciplinary thematic issues on a regulat basis. The section 'De Boekzaal’ presents introductions and reviews of recent publications.
This journal is published in 4 issues per year.
De Moderne Tijd is published in Delayed Open Access. All articles are freely accessible after 2 years under the following Creative Commons license: Attribution-Non Commercial-No Derivatives (CC BY-NC-ND 4.0).
Jan Hein Furnée, European Cultural History, Radboud University Nijmegen
Rutger Helmers (Editor-in-Chief), Musicology, University of Amsterdam
Annemieke Hoogenboom, History of Art, Utrecht University
Eveline Koolhaas-Grosfeld (Image Editor), History of Art and Culture
Ben de Pater (Managing Editor), Social Geography, Utrecht University
Paul Reef (Book Review Editor), PhD candidate Cultural and Political History, Radboud University Nijmegen
Tom Sintobin, Cultural Sciences, Radboud University Nijmegen
Leonieke Vermeer, Cultural History, University of Groningen
Jeroen van Zanten, Dutch History, University of Amsterdam
Articles and proposals for thematic issues (in Dutch) can be submitted by email to the managing editor dr. Ben de Pater, firstname.lastname@example.org.
This journal follows the best practices in the ethics of scholarly publishing stated in the COPE's (Committee on Publication Ethics) Code of Conduct and Guidelines for all parties involved: Authors, Editors, Reviewers, and the Publisher.
De Moderne Tijd uses a ‘double blind peer review’: each article is sent anonymously to the reviewers and the reviewers remain anonymous to the author.
Full information on the selection process can be found at http://demodernetijd.nl/tijdschrift/peer-review/
Articles in this journal have Digital Object Identifiers (DOIs), which are registered with CrossRef. The DOI is a unique number that identifies a published article. The DOI provides a link to current information about that article, including where it can be found online, irrespective of any changes in the journal or publishing company website.
For long-term preservation, all issues of this journal are archived at the Dutch National Library and Portico.