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Studia Historiae Scientiarum
Studia Historiae Scientiarum

Publishing House: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Jagiellońskiego
Subject(s): History
Frequency: 1 issues
Print ISSN: 2451-3202
Online-ISSN: 2543-702X
Status: Active

  • 2021
  • 2022
  • 2023
  • Issue No. 20
  • Issue No. 21
  • Issue No. 22
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Short Description

The journal has been published annually since 1999. It had been published in a printed (paper) form until 2012 and since 2013 it has been published in an electronic form and in print (paper).

Until 2015 the journal has been published under the name Prace Komisji Historii Nauki PAU (in print – ISSN: 1731-6715 and, since 2013, an electronic form– ISSN: 2392-1749).

The journal is available electronically (ISSN: 2543-702X) and in print (ISSN: 2451-3202).

Since 2013 the electronic version of the journal, available online, has become the official source to be used for reference.

It is issued under non-exclusive Creative Commons licence (BY-NC-ND, currently in version 4.0– cf. bookmark: Copyright and fair use).


The publications of the journal concern the following:

▪ general history of science and its relationships with other domains of culture (philosophy, religion, art and technology) and other meta-sciences (philosophy of science, sociology of the scientific knowledge, scientometrics etc.);

▪ history of specific disciplines (scientific theories, world views, scholars and scientific institutions);

▪ history of scientific institutions researching the history of science;

▪ tools and techniques for research in the history of scienceand teaching of the history of science.


Particular importance is placed on:

▪ the Polish contribution to science;

▪ mutual interactions of the Polish science and the foreign science;

▪ international collaboration regarding the history of science;

▪ open science regarding the history of science (including digital libraries) both on a national and international level;

▪ critical appraisal of bibliometrics in the light of the history of science (cf. bookmark: Counteracting erroneous interpretations of bibliometrics).