History journal Historische Zeitschrift, 1859. Magazine publishing history or historiography is the scientific publication of a recurrent specialized in the field of history. Usually takes the form of monthly, quarterly, quarterly or annually, in which case they usually speak of yearbook. The contents of a magazine specializing in history include that unsigned orials, whether written by him or have been, under his charge are the responsibility of the publisher or or of the magazine, and signed articles, which are the responsibility of their authors, although its acceptance for publication is the or of the magazine, that following the normal procedure in other similar means (scientific magazine) submits it to the peer review process (peer rewiev). Most of these items often the result of the research work of a historian, that connects one aspect (monograph) or a summary thereof.Today, as in the rest of the scientific articles, it is considered appropriate to start with an abstract that briefly summarizes the contents and location in their field of study (and ideally be accompanied by an English translation of the abstract, and a series of keywords to facilitate indexing), although this presentation is not yet in general use. The way you do a historiographical article as comunicaci ncient fica may be similar to that done in a conference, seminar or symposium, although more formal and systematic as you would in a conversation. In fact, it is common for oral communications read at a congress to be published later, or even previously available for discussion on it (using the internet is a vehicle commonly used in these cases).

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