For issue 51, which will be published in December 2022, interested researchers are invited to send their proposals through the journal’s page:
Deadline: May 30, 2022
Cuadernos de la Alhambra is a scientific journal in the field of heritage research and diffusion; it was founded in 1965 and is free to access and free of charge. It publishes original studies on heritage and its management that focus on circulating research and actions related to both the context of the Alhambra and other Spanish and international enclaves with a similar interest in heritage. Its fields of interest are: anthropology, archival studies, archaeology, architecture, the fine arts, librarianship and documentation, biodiversity, botany, artistic creation, conservation and restoration, Arab and Islamic studies, geography and geological land management, history, art history, engineering, gardens, mathematics, museum studies, landscaping, new technology for heritage knowledge and dissemination, education, sustainable tourism and the analysis of its economic and social impact.
The journal publishes research articles in Spanish, English, Italian, French, Portuguese and German.
The journal is aimed at the scientific and academic community, as well as all Spanish and international professionals, researchers and specialists interested in the complex of monuments at the Alhambra and the Generalife and in historical heritage in general.