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The Jour­nal of Dig­i­tal His­to­ry (JDH) is a joint ini­tia­tive of the Lux­em­bourg Cen­tre for Con­tem­po­rary and Dig­i­tal His­to­ry (C²DH) at the Uni­ver­si­ty of Lux­em­bourg and the De Gruyter pub­lish­ing group.

The jour­nal is intend­ed to serve as a forum for crit­i­cal debate and dis­cus­sion in the field of dig­i­tal his­to­ry by offer­ing an inno­v­a­tive pub­li­ca­tion plat­form and pro­mot­ing a new form of data-dri­ven schol­ar­ship and of trans­me­dia sto­ry­telling in the his­tor­i­cal sci­ences. As an inter­na­tion­al peer-reviewed open access jour­nal, the JDH will set new stan­dards in his­to­ry pub­lish­ing based on a nov­el mul­ti-lay­ered approach. Each arti­cle will include:

a nar­ra­tion lay­er involv­ing trans­me­dia sto­ry­telling;
a hermeneu­tic lay­er explor­ing the method­olog­i­cal impli­ca­tions of using dig­i­tal tools and data;
a data lay­er pro­vid­ing access to data and code by means of a pro­fes­sion­al infra­struc­ture. A key tool for this lay­er will be code note­books.

Peer Review and Sub­mis­sion Pol­i­cy
The JDH is a dou­ble-blind peer-reviewed jour­nal. It pub­lish­es research on all aspects of dig­i­tal his­to­ry. Abstracts must first be sub­mit­ted via the jour­nal web­site before full papers can be sub­mit­ted. The man­ag­ing edi­tor will con­tact the author(s) to assess the fea­si­bil­i­ty of the paper. Once the man­ag­ing edi­tor has approved the paper, it should be sub­mit­ted in full. Papers must con­tain the three lay­ers that are char­ac­ter­is­tic of the JDH. Each lay­er is eval­u­at­ed by means of a dou­ble-blind peer-review pro­ce­dure.

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