Überlegungen zur „Kunstchronik“ und ihrer publizistischen Zukunft
The Kunstchronik is one of the best known art historical journals in Germany. It is published monthly and has its own editorial office at the Zentralinstitut für Kunstgeschichte in Munich. The future of the Kunstchronik probably lies in its internet presence, preferably in open access. The technical prerequisites for this can be secured within the framework of a cooperation with Heidelberg University Library, where functional advantages result mainly from the wide range of linking possibilities on the Internet.
Academic publishing, article processing charges (APC), databases, digitization, hosting, image copyrights, journals, moving wall, open access, Open Journal Systems (OJS), Plan S, professional community, publication formats, research data
Christine Tauber is editor in charge of the Kunstchronik in the research department of the Zentralinstitut für Kunstgeschichte (Central Institute for Art History) and a university lecturer at the LMU in Munich. Main research interests: French art of the early modern period and the 19th century.