International Society for the Study of Medieval Theology (and its Yearbook)

The International Society for the Study of Medieval Theology (IGTM) has founded a yearbook dedicated to publish scholarly articles and book reviews on all fields of medieval theology, especially the history of theology, philosophical theology, history of exegesis, history of liturgy, history of canon law, church history, history of spirituality, art history etc. not only of the Latin West, but also of the Greek East as well as the contemporary Judaism and Islam. The journal will also accept for publication short critical editions as well as studies on and repertories of medieval manuscripts relevant for the field.

  • Languages of publication are: English, French, German, Italian and Spanish.
  • Articles will be accepted for publication on the basis of double blind peer review. Any kind of allusion to the author in the text should therefore be avoided.
  • Authors are held to submit their articles in electronic format (Word / Word Perfect) plus three paper copies, to observe the guidelines set up by the editorial board and are requested to ensure that permission for the reproduction of images is obtained prior to publication.

All colleagues are asked to consider if they would like to submit an article and also to spread the word to those who might be interested. As the journal will also include book reviews you might also want to encourage your publisher to send your publications to be reviewed.

The journal, Archa verbi (Annuarium Societatis Internationalis pro Studiis Theologiae Mediae Aevi promovendis) is published by Aschendorff, and you can look at the table of contents for the very promising first issue here.