About the Journal

Cadernos do Arquivo Municipal is an open access online scientific journal, with scientific arbitration, published by the Lisbon Municipal Archive, Lisbon City Council, Portugal. This journal, published since 2014, aims to enhance the documentary heritage of the Lisbon Municipal Archive among the national and international scientific community, promoting its dissemination and use, and contributing to the dissemination of scientific knowledge through the publication of studies in the Social Sciences and Humanities.

The journal publishes articles with double-blind peer review, as well as book reviews, interviews and other texts that contribute to the dissemination of scientific knowledge. It also includes a section, Documenta, dedicated to disclose primary sources held by the Lisbon Municipal Archive.

The journal publishes two issues a year (January and July) with texts in Portuguese, Spanish, English and French released on a continuous basis.

Access Policy
Cadernos do Arquivo Municipal offers free and immediate access to its contents, without embargoes or charges, observing all the principles and ethical recommendations for scientific publications. The journal follows the premise that making scientific knowledge publicly and freely available allows greater democratisation and access to this scientific knowledge, which must be shared, used and reused.

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Copyright Notice
The authors retain copyright and grant the journal the right of first publication, with the work simultaneously licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution License CC BY-NC 4.0 which allows sharing and adapting the text as long as its authorship is correctly attribbuted with recognition of the initial publication in this journal.

The journal reserves the right to publish, reproduce and disseminate the articles on the website of the Lisbon Municipal Archives, in open access repositories and directories.

Digital Preservation Policy
This journal uses the PKP PN (Preservation Network) system, which ensures access to the original version of its contents and its long-term preservation.