Excerpt from the editorial:
With Práticas da História reaching its twelfth issue, it can be said that the journal is entering a consolidation stage. At the time of the first issue’s release, there were several doubts that this project was feasible or that it would become a success. Many journals in the academic and scientific milieu are easily discontinued or fail to keep their periodicity, thus affecting their own indexation. However, thanks to the efforts of the members of our editorial board – recently updated –, to the diligent work of our referees, and to the support of the institutions that financially support us Práticas da História has gradually been established as a significant journal in the fields of history of historiography, theory of history and uses of the past. Furthermore, the ambition mentioned in the opening issue by the founders António da Silva Rêgo and Joaquim Gafeira of it becoming an “international journal” has been largely fulfilled. Although since its beginning many of the published articles have been in Portuguese, all issues have also included a high number of articles in the languages accepted by the journal – which demonstrates the impact that it has reached beyond the Portuguese context.
Pedro Martins (IHC — NOVA FCSH)
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