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Dutch Crossing and the European Reference Index for the Humanities

23 May 2011

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The revised lists of the European Science Foundation’s European Reference Index for the Humanities (ERIH) have been published and Dutch Crossing : Journal of Low Countries Studies, edited at the UCL Dutch department, has made the leap into the highest category INT1 "International publications with high visibility and influence among researchers in the various research domains in different countries, regularly cited all over the world." on the list for history. Lists for art history and other subjects will be published later this year.

One key aim of the European Reference Index for the Humanities is to raise the threshold of editorial standards throughout Europe. Any journal accepted in the ERIH lists has had to meet stringent benchmark standards: peer review of submissions, an active international editorial board, timeliness of turnaround, openness to new authors, professional bibliographic information, etc.

The INT1 category is the highest category of the ERIH.

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